Sunday, November 19, 2006


On Friday's class Mr. Hanley was talking about Fractions, Percentages, and Decimals. The class gave Mr.Hanley some definition's for the following Fractions, Percentages, and Decimals

-Numerator is Part of something 1<-(part) /2 <-(whole) * -Denominator is a whole * Percentage
-Represents a # out of a hundred* example: 25% out of 100%
-can convert to a %, square over square, or A:B
-it is a remainder
-Part of a whole*
-Express as 10th, 100th, 1000th, etc.*

Homework- is make definitions for the ones that have *'s beside them.

The next scribe is going to be April.p


Mr. H said...

Are there any images of links that would help us better understand your scribe. You have the details of the class but there is no "wow" factor to your scribe. Try to edit it and put an image or link in. You could also leave a question that you want other people to answer.

Thanks for scribing


'alyssaaa' said...
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'alyssaaa' said...

i hadd lots of grammar mistakes on the last post soo im gonna do it over! xDD great job! but think u should have added pictures next to decimals and fractions. we know wat it looks like but it will be easier to understand. greatt job! keep up the good work!