## Thursday, September 06, 2007

### A new home

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The class hub will still remain the same. Sargentparkmathzone and we will be diving into wiki's and video this year.

Thanks for visiting

## Sunday, May 13, 2007

## Thursday, May 10, 2007

### Finding "B"

**FINDING B**

**FINDING B**

**FINDING B**

**FINDING B**

**FINDING B**

**FINDING B**

FINDING B

FINDING B

SINCE ADDING SIDE A AND SIDE B GIVES YOU SIDE C, TAKE AWAY SIDE A FROM SIDE C TO GET SIDE B

OR

C² - A² = B²

WITH THAT YOU CAN THIS:

C² - A² = B²...

*FORMULA*

10² - 6² = B²...

*REPLACE A & C*

(10X10) - (6X6) = B²...

*SQUARE A & C*

100 - 36 = B²

64 = B²...

*SUBTRACT*

YOU ARE NOT DONE YET. YOU FIVE B², YOU ARE LOOKING FOR B. YOU STILL HAVE TO FIND THE SQUARE ROOT OF YOUR ANSWER TO FIND B.

THE SQUARE ROOT OF 64 IS 8 (8X8=64).

B = 8

### Scribe post

One of the most famous mathematicians who has ever lived, Pythagoras, a Greek scholar who lived way back in the 6th century B.C. (back when Bob Dole was learning geometry), came up with one of the most famous theorems ever, the Pythagorean Theorem. It says - in a right triangle, the square of the measure of the hypotenuse equals the sum of the squares of the measures of the two legs. This theorem is normally represented by the following equation: a2 + b2 = c2, where c represents the hypotenuse.

With this theorem, if you are given the measures of two sides of a triangle, you can easily find the measure of the other side.

Example

1. Problem: Find the value of c.

Accompanying Figure

Solution: a2 + b2 = c2 Write the Pythagorean

Theorem and then plug in any

given information.

52 + 122 = c2 The information that was

given in the figure was

plugged in.

169 = c2 Solve for c By finding the square root of the number

c = 13

2. Problem: A ladder 12 meters long leans

against a building. It rests on

the wall at a point 10 meters

above the ground. Find the angle

the ladder makes with the ground.

Solution: Make sure you know what is being

asked. Then use the given

information to draw and label a

figure.

a2+b2=c

12,2+10,2=c

c2=144+100

c=244

square root of 244 is 15.62

c=15.62

## Wednesday, April 11, 2007

### APRILP'S BOB

Yes.

2.) Did the unproject make you work harder than usually would?

Yes.

3.) What did you like best about the unproject?

Making the actual quiz with april.

4.) What would you change about the next unproject?

I would make sure it's done on time.

5.) Did the unproject make you learn more because you were doing a different type of project?

Yes.

### APRILP'S BOB

Yes.

2.) Did the unproject make you work harder than usually would?

Yes.

3.) What did you like best about the unproject?

Making the actual quiz with april.

4.) What would you change about the next unproject?

I would make sure it's done on time.

5.) Did the unproject make you learn more because you were doing a different type of project?

Yes.

## Tuesday, April 10, 2007

### BOB

Required Information:

1. Did you like the unproject.

It was okay.

2. Did the unproject make you work harder than you usually would?

No because this was on done on the computer and it's much easier.

3. What did you like best about the unproject?

Creating questions for the quiz.

4. What would you change about the next unproject?

Nothing.

5. Did the unproject make you learn more because you were doing a different type of project?

Yes, I learned how to use tools on the internet such as creating slideshows and using wikispace.

### B.O.B

Did you like the unproject?

I liked the unproject because it prepares me and others for the test.

Did the unproject make you work harder than usually do?

I tried the best i could like on most of my projects.

What did you like about the unproject?

The best part was when i was done because i was happy =)

What would you change about the unproject?

nothing i guess

Did the unproject make you learn more because you were doing a different kind of project?

I learned to add and subtract a bit easier but thats all.

## Monday, April 09, 2007

### BOB

**1.) Did you like the unproject?**

Yes, I did like the unproject, I thought it would get me ready for the next teset.

**2.) Did the unproject make you work harder than usually would?**

Not really, it just took a long time to finish.

**3.) What did you like best about the unproject?**

The thing i liked the best about the unproject was putting it all together.

**4.) What would you change about the next unproject?**

I would put a little more work into it and make it look creative.

**5.) Did the unproject make you learn more because you were doing a different type of project?**

It was more of a review of adding and subtracting fractions.

### B.O.B.

Did you like the unproject?

I didn't really like the unproject but it wasn't bad either. It was alright.

Did the unproject make you work harder than you usually would?

I think the unproject did make me work harder than I usually would.

What did you like best about the unproject?

The best part about the unproject was when it was done.

What would you change about the next unproject?

I guess I would put more effort in the next unproject.

Did the unproject make you learn more because you were doing a different type of project?

I don't think it made me learn more but it was sort of like a review.

**APRIL T'S BOB**

On this Fraction unit, i had a hard time with dividing fractions and knowing when to divide or multiply in a word problem. I'm still struggling with that. I think the easiest for this unit was adding, subtracting and all those other ones we did. My purple booklet was fun to do. HEHE (:

Did you like the unproject?

Yes, I liked doing the unproject because in a way it was fun, and educational at the same time.

Did the unproject make you work harder than you usually would?

Yes, it did make me work harder than usual because i wanted everything to be perfect so i required a little more work.

What did you like best about the unproject?

I liked making pictures and making the quiz. It was fun because we could put any number we like on the quiz.

What would you change about the next unproject?

I think i would start it when he assigns it to us so it wont be late.

Did the unproject make you learn more because you were doing a different type of project?

Yes, it made me learn more because as i explain about what to do when adding and subtracting, and also multiplying and dividing it made me learn as i was working.

### BOB

Did you like the unproject.

Yeah I liked doing the unproject because in a way it was fun.

Did the unproject make you work harder than you usually would?

Yes the unproject made me work harder than I usually would work because it took a lot of effort just to make it how I wanted it to be and it's worth ten percent of your mark.

What did you like best about the unproject?

The most thing I liked about doing the unproject was making the pictures.

What would you change about the next unproject?

I would add more pictures and explain the things a bit better.

Did the unproject make you learn more because you were doing a different type of project.

Yes the unproject made me learn more about fractions.

### BOB

## Sunday, April 08, 2007

### BOB >> Blogging On Blogging !

1.) Did you like the unproject.

- I didn't really enjoy it as much as I thought of, but I did learn stuff on my topic.

2.)Did the unproject make you work harder than you usually would?

- No, this unproject assignment didn't really make me work harder than I usually did for my math and other subject assignments.

3.)What did you like best about the unproject?

- The thing I liked best about this unproject assignment was making pictures. "

*I like doing things on paint*!" :D

4.)What would you change about the next unproject?

- Well I think what Alyssa and I have done is pretty well done. I would also want to put on a quiz on our wikispace as well too. :)

5.)Did the unproject make you learn more because you were doing a

**different type**of project.

- Yes, while doing this unproject assignment I learned more about fractions.

### B.O.B

**This unit (fractions) was pretty hard for me in the beginning of the unit then i started to do well. I learned alot of things that i didn't learn when i was in grade 1 to 6 like for adding i sometimes forget how to do it then i remember how to do it. I have problems for dividing because i always forget the process of doing it so i have to look it over before tests and the exam. Also multiplication i still have to work hard on that. Adding and Subtracting is okay for me.**

**BOB**

Did you like the unproject.

I enjoyed doing the unproject i learned alot about fractions and how to explain them.

Did the unproject make you work harder than you usually would?

Yes it did i stayed after school and at lunch times to finish it up and Joshua and me completed it and finished before the deadline.

What did you like best about the unproject?

I liked the part where we did the definitions about the fractions and drawing the pictures for the fractions.

What would you change about the next unproject?

I would probably do another unproject like a movie or an animation because that looked very interesting to do and looked fun.

Did the unproject make you learn more because you were doing a different type of project.

Yea it made me learn more about fractions.

### Rainer's B.O.B. [@_@]

Did you like the unproject.

- I guess it was alright.

Did the unproject make you work harder than you usually would?

- Not really. It just took time to finish.

What did you like best about the unproject?

- Making the pictures for the links.

What would you change about the next unproject?

- The whole project.

Did the unproject make you learn more because you were doing a different type of project.

- It is more like a review for adding and subtracting fractions.

## Saturday, April 07, 2007

### Bob

Did you like the unproject?

-Yes I kind of enjoyed it because it was really easy for me.

Did the unproject make you work harder than you usually would?

-No because i knew everything about adding and subtracting fractions which made it easy

What did you like best about the unproject?

-The best part for me was making the game because it was fun and easy to make.

What would you change about the next unproject?

-I would not change anything but i would add in a little more information.

Did the unproject make you learn more because you were doing a different type of project.

-No it didn't really make me learn more it just was like a review for me.

These are my notes for my test:

When dividing fractions you have to reverse the second fraction then times them.

If the fraction has a whole number you have to make it into an improper fraction.

When Multiplying fractions you just times them but if it has a whole number make it into a improper fraction.

How to Subtract fractions:If the denominator is the same you just subtract.

If the denominator isn't the same you have to find the lowest common denominator.

If there is a 1 whole number you leave the whole number and subtract the fractions.

If there are 2 whole numbers you subtract both whole numbers along with the fractions

To borrow you take one number away from the whole and add the denominater with the numerator to get the numerator.

### amalia

No I didn't because i had so much other stuff to do that i had to do it the last minute and i go it done yesturday April 6. which was do on april 5 thurs. Did the unproject make you work harder than you usually would? well not really it just wasted my time just kidding. but i did learn my lesson, I really did. And it did kind of make work hard on it because it kept on bugging me that it wasn't completed. What did you like best about the unproject? I thought the best part was making the links and the new pages, because at first i was clueless what to do untill Jullie came to help me. Yes it made me learn more and understand. I'd make a big improvement for the next uproject by planning it and getting started on it. |

Bob

This unit on fractions was difficult for me because there was so many steps for the different kind of fractions. For example subtracton frc., adding frc.Sometimes i'd mixed them up. I'd understand what to do but I get nervous whenever the tests and quizzs would come. So i guess I can say i did poorly on that. But this week we are learning dividing fractions and i'm actually working and doing the homewok to get some practise on that.

## Friday, April 06, 2007

### BOB ( BloggingOnBlogging)

*This unit was doing alright with me. It was not to hard and not to easy it was just right. I learned quite a few things that i didn't learn in elementry. Like for subtracting I learned how to borrow numbers from a mix number, although i have problems sometimes on that. I have problems for dividing still because I wasnt there when he taught the class so i have to learn from someone FAST. Also multiplication, i still have to work on that. Adding and Subtracting are easy for me I have no problem with that.*

**Did you like the unproject?**

Yeah, I did like the unproject and especially with abdul! Couldn't do it without him! Haha I also liked how you can learn something and still have fun on that unproject.

**Did the unproject make you work harder than you usually would?**

Actully yes it did. But i work harder then anything when I work on computer because thats what I mainly do at home anyways so i can just work on something and still chat on msn while working :D.

**What did you like best about the unproject?**

The thing i like best about the unproject was messing with the HTML , like putting songs and banners. But I could do better but then theres some HTML that dont work with it so I had to leave it out. But the graphicy stuff is just for fun, whats important is that we got the information needed.

**What would you change about the next unproject?**

I would change the quiz , the quiz was a bit difficult to make because you got one right answer, then you have to make up some other possibilities and its just hard cause its a smile question. So if i had the chance to i'd change the quiz and make like a game or something.

**Did the unproject make you learn more because you were doing a different type of project?**

No not really because i already knew more about Adding and Subtracting so it didnt really make much of a diffrence.

## Thursday, April 05, 2007

### B.logging O.n B.logging

Finding the LCD or lowest common denominator quite easy. I also find multiplying and adding fractions pretty easy as well.

In this unit I find the tests hard. Although I got good marks in some, I occasionally get lower mark.

- Did you like the unproject? Well it was alright. It was sorta hard to make a good wikispace
- Did the unproject make you work harder than you usually would?
**Not really. It was like the wikispace we had to make for our parents, so it wasn't really that hard for me.** - What did you like best about the unproject?
**Putting in the fnishing touches. Like all the color and extra links.** - What would you change about the next unproject?
**I would start a lot ealier so I can get the job done and try different ways to present my unproject.** - Did the unproject make you learn more because you were doing a different type of project?
**I'd make a quiz on the topic instead.**

### Blogging On Blogging [Fractions & Unproject]

- Did you like the unproject? It was , messing with HTML was the most fun.
- Did the unproject make you work harder than you usually would? Eh, not reallly.
- What did you like best about the unproject? Messing with HTML. ;P
- What would you change about the next unproject? I'd start earlier, so I could experiment more.
- Did the unproject make you learn more because you were doing a different type of project? Nope, not really.

### Bob meng

1. Did you like the unproject. Yah it was kinda easy because i knew what to do.

2. Did the unproject make you work harder than you usually would? Nope i always work hard on blogs and stuff like that.

3. What did you like best about the unproject? Puting music and other applications on it.

4. What would you change about the next unproject? I don't really no wat i could.

5. Did the unproject make you learn more because you were doing a different type of project.

### B.O.B

Alright this unit was alright i got the adding,subtracting thing rilly fast. It sorta messed me up when we did the mutipling thingy but once i understood how to get it, ther was no problem. The LCD was easy 4 me.I did most of the work that was given. When we started to do the division paart that messed me up and i still sorta have trouble with it. Overall this unit was okay

- Did you like the unproject. -The unproject was alright I am just glad it is done
- Did the unproject make you work harder than you usually would? -Yes, it did make me work harder cuz i had to some in early and get it done
- What did you like best about the unproject? -The best part about the unproject is the finished product cuz atleast its done
- What would you change about the next unproject? -I would change how it a was made i could have made it better.....
- Did the unproject make you learn more because you were doing a different type of project. -Sorta i learnt how to use the computer better

## Monday, March 12, 2007

### SUBTRACTING FRACTIONS .

**subtract**123 from 16 and that equals 107/24.. if you want to convert it back to a mixed number you have to see how much 24 goes into 107 . which is 4 times, then how much remains and that would be 11. mixed fraction is 4 11/24...

If the fractions aren't in a mixed number.. heres the way to do it.

2/3 - 3/5 = 10/15 = 9/15 = 1/15 .. multiply the denominators by each other ( 5 x 3 =15) .. then cross multiply 2 x 5 = 10 and 3 x 3 = 9 .. fraction is now 10/15 and 9/15 then subtract 10 from 9 and that gives you 1/15 ..

If the fractions have different denominators

1) Find the least common denominator.

2) Find the equivalent fraction using this denominator.

3) Subtract the fractions, if you could reduce then you should.

### Adding Fractions for dummies Author abdul .s

### There are 3 Simple Steps to add fractions:

Step 1: Make sure the bottom numbers (the denominators) are the same

Step 2: Add the top numbers (the numerators). Put the answer over the the same denominator as in step 1

Step 3: Simplify the fraction.

### Example 1:

1 | + | 1 |

4 | 4 |

Step 1. The bottom numbers are already the same. Go straight to step 2.

Step 2. Add the top numbers and put the answer over the same denominator:

1 | + | 1 | = | 1 + 1 | = | 2 |

4 | 4 | 4 | 4 |

Step 3. Simplify the fraction:

2 | = | 1 |

4 | 2 |

(If you are unsure of the last step see the equivalent fractions page)

### Example 2:

1 | + | 1 |

3 | 6 |

Step 1. The bottom numbers are now different. We need to make them the same:

1 | = | 2 |

3 | 6 |

Step 2. Add the top numbers and put them over the same denominator:

2 | + | 1 | = | 2 + 1 | = | 3 |

6 | 6 | 6 | 6 |

Step 3. Simplify the fraction:

3 | = | 1 |

6 | 2 |

**Adding Fractions with Different Denominators**

**Adding Fractions with Different Denominators**

To Add Fractions with different denominators:

Find the Lowest Common Denominator (LCD) of the fractionsAdd in the new numbers to the fractions to have the LCDAdd the numerators of the fractionsSimplify the Fraction

Example: Find the Sum of 2/9 and 3/12

Determine the Greatest Common Factor of 9 and 12 which is 3Either multiply the denominators and divide by the GCF (9*12=108, 108/3=36)OR - Divide one of the denominators by the GCF and multiply the answer by the other denominator (9/3=3, 3*12=36)Rename the fractions to use the Least Common Denominator(2/9=8/36, 3/12=9/36)The result is 8/36 + 9/36Add the numerators and put the sum over the LCD = 17/36Simplify the fraction if possible. In this case it is not possible

@ pictures from various sites

### Equivalent Fractions

They are either a multiple or a divisor.

-This is like a multiple, you have a pie. Your sharing it with your best friend. So, each of you get 1/2 of the pie. The 2 pieces of the pie are too big for you two to eat. So, you went and cut the 2 pieces into half. Now you both have 2/4.

-To find a multiple of a fraction, you multiply both the numerator and the denominator by the same number.

-Example: 2/4 x 5/5 = 10/20

-This is a divisor, you have a pie. It was cut into 4 pieces. You and your friend are going to share it. So, you get 2/4 and he gets 2/4. You put your 2 pieces together and realize you have 1/2 of the whole pie.

-To find a divisor of a fraction, divide both the numerator and denominator by the same number.

-Example: 50/60 divide by 10/10 = 5/6

### Improper fraction

How to convert a improper fraction to mixed

Step one: check how much the denominator can go into the numerator. Then put the whole number for the mixed as how many times the denominator can go into the numerator.

Step two:The remaining numbers are the numerator and the denominator stays the same.

Picture:

## Saturday, March 10, 2007

### Proper Fractions

**Proper Fractions**

**Definition**: A proper fraction is a fraction with a smaller numerator then denominator.

**Names used in fractions:****numerator**- is the number to the left of the line. In the fraction 7/8 the numerator is 7.

**denominator**- is the number to the right of the line. In the fraction 7/8 the denominator is 8.

**Proportional Fractions**- At the beginning of this page we defined the word fraction as a portion of the whole. We have shown that there is more than one way to write the portion that is half of the pizza. One half can be written as 4/8, 2/4 or 1/2. We say that these equivalent fractions are proportional fractions because they are the same portion of the pizza. Here are some different examples of proportional fractions using the integer bars. All of them are equivalent.

## Wednesday, February 28, 2007

### B.O.B

This unit (percentages) was alright, a little challenging, but good. Most of the work was easy. The hard thing was trying to place the fractions from the fraction lines to X.K.Y charts. >> I absolutely STUNK at doubling and reducing size. I know I did bad last term. xD

## Thursday, February 22, 2007

### Wiki thing

I went in at lunch and finished all of the question and answers but when i cheeked it at home its was all screwed up so it would be kool if u can fix that for me cuz i dont no what happened.

wes

## Monday, February 12, 2007

I think i should start doing more of my homework to help me understand it a little more.

I also had trouble doubling the area of a shape, and i think doing those warm up things at the beginning helped me.

I think i understood the proportion word problems when i did them.

## Saturday, February 10, 2007

### Bob

## Friday, February 09, 2007

### Cumulative Question 6

This questioned was changed yesterday in class if no one can remember.

First you must do this:

Favourable Outcome

----------------------- (<-this meaning a fraction line)

Total Possible Outcomes

Out of every 7, Jacob wins 2. So... 2/7

Now we have to find out how many times he's won out of his 49 matches.

7 goes into 49 7 times.

There's your answer.

### APRILP - CUMULATIVE QUESTION #1

3/23

(3 is the favourable outcome and 23 is the total possible outcome)

3 divided by 23 = 0.13%

**The probably it being a black sheet is 13%**

## Thursday, February 08, 2007

### Josh's Cumulative Question # 7

Kayla practices figure skating an average of 1.5 hours for every hour Christina practices.

How many hours a week does Kayla practice?

Since Christina practices 15 hours a week and Kayla practices 1.5 hours (90 min.) for every hour Christina practices all you should have to do is multiply 90 x 15 = 1350 min. ( 22 hours and 30 min.)

Christina = 60 x 15 = 900 divided by 60 = 15 hours a week

Kayla = 90 x 15 = 1350 divided by 60 = 22 hours and 30 min. a week

### Bob

I thought this unit was hard at the beginning. The easiest thing for me to understand was the ratio tables. The xky charts were difficult at first but I think I came around and got used to doing them. Doubling the area of a shape was confusing for me. I am getting better at it but still not perfect. I may still need some help in certain areas in math but I think I will get it over time.

(5)

*What is 20% of 156?**to find this answer you divide 156 by 100 and multiply it by 20 to get 20% of 156*

156 (divide) 100 = 1.56 X 20 = 31.2

31.2 = 20% of 156

the fraction would be

31.2/156 = 20/100

*30 is 29% of what number?*

*divide 30 by 29 , then multiply that answer by 100*

30 (divide) 29 = 1.03 X 100 = 103

*the fraction would be*

30/103 = 29/100

**BOB**

### Qtypies's Question 3

**Math work:**

**Converting 46 hours to minutes**

**Conclusion**

### Kimmie's Post for Question 5

**3) 44 is what percent of 62.**

44 / 62 = .7096 * 100 = 70.96%

**4) 55%of 26 is what number?**

26 / 100 = 0.26 * 55 = 14.3%

### Francis post for question 12

**(12) Dave interviewed a number of students in his school regarding their favorite ice cream. Dave claimed that exactly 40% of the 37 students interviewed liked vanilla the best. Is it possible to determine whether David's claim is correct? Why or why not?**

40/100 14.8/37

40/100x37=14.8

It is not possible that David's claim is right because 40% equals to 14.8 out of 37 people and there cant be a person that is .8 .

### Tony's Blogging on Blogger

### abduls question thingy

### APRILP - BLOGGING ON BLOGGING

## Wednesday, February 07, 2007

### BOB Proportion Reasoning

## Tuesday, February 06, 2007

### BOB

### Chenda -Blogging on Blogging

This unit was hard at the beginning, but once we worked on it. All of the work got easier and it made more sense to me. I would say that the blue booklet was the easiest thing out of this whole unit. The easiest thing in the blue booklet was the percents part and the page with the word problems on it. We learned how to make “xky” charts and “part and total” table; I find that the ratio table was the easiest to do. The white book was probably the hardest, but once I asked for help from people in my group it got easier and I finally knew what I was doing. I hope that I would do better in the next unit and term.

### BOB

**.**

-Chris

### BOB .!

The parts that felt easy for me to do on this unit was the assignments in the blue booklet. I did well on the percent parts of this booklet where we had to shade in the percent.

The parts that felt hard for me to do on this unit was on some parts of the white booklet and the "part and total charts". Thanks to the help of some students that I got the hang of it.

In the next unit I'll try doing better and try to finish my assignments before the next math class.

- Maryrose :)

### amalia

### BOBSTER

### Francis scribe post

**1. If 6 pounds of apples cost $9, then how much would 21 pounds of apples cost?**

**2. If $24 worth of fertilizer covers 5,000 square feet, then how much would it cost to cover 30,000 square feet?**

**3. If a chain link fence costs $180 for 20 feet installed, how much would it cost to install 300 feet?**

**4. The scale on a map is 1 inch equals 5 feet. What is the distance between two points on the map that are 8 1/2 inches apart on the map?**

**5. A $4 sales tax is charged for a $50 purchase. At this rate, what is the sales tax for a $1200 purchase?**

### Alyssa's "BOB"

O.n

B.logging

During this unit I learned how to make xky charts and proportion tables. i first found this unit hard and complicated to follow because there were so many things to learn, but when mr h explained things step-by-step i got a better understandings of it.

My favorite part of this unit are the xky charts; they seemed a little easier for me to do because all the information is there to see. also i enjoyed doing the blue booklet mr h gave us. it was easy and fun. it wasnt a pain to do it for homework. xD

i found the white booklet pretty hard. some of the questions were simple and easy while others were complicated and long. also a lot of the questions had something to do about "looking for lenghts" and i wasnt sure how to that either. i asked for help and i eventualy started to get a hang of it.

### amalia's 5 questions

question 7.

David read 40 pages of a book in 50 minutes. How many pages should he be able to read in 80 minutes?

Well the answer i got and solved it goes like this, So what i did was that I had divided 50

pages 40 x 80 / 40 = 1.25 x 80 = 100.

_____ = / _______

minutes 50 100

Questoin 17.

If three apples cost 29cents , how much do 45 apples cost?

Well i solved the way i had answer goe like this. How i got this answer is by dividing 29/3=

9.6 x 45 = 4.35

apples 3 45

_____ = _______ So i think that the apples would cost

cost 29 4.35 $4.35.

Question 16.

If it takes 1 cup of flower to make 6 cookies, how much many cookies can you make with 6cups of flower?

cups Cookies I' m not so sue how to do this but i think it's

__________

1 6 kind of right. there's 36 cookies and 6 cups.

36 6

Question 8.

Audio Jeannie tajes inventory of her closet and discovers that she has 8 shirts for ever pair of jeans. If she has 4 shirts how many pairs of jeans does she have?

shirts 8 4

______ =____ = ___ This is the answer that i got.

Jeans 5 20

### Blogging On Blogging

I think that this unit was a long stretch for my mind. I think that I did good for the most part of this unit. The easiest thing in this unit was the blue booklet.The hardest thing was learning how to use the "XKY" and the "Part Total" charts but once I learned it, it wasn't so hard. I think that I am doing well this term and I hope to keep it up.

### BoBby lee

### BOB

In the next unit i will try harder and listen and finish my homework.

-Matthew

### Blogging on Blogging

I think that this unit was a long stretch for my mind. I think that I struggle for the most part of this unit. The easiest thing in this unit was the number lines in the blue booklet and the shading in the percent. The hardest part of this unit was learning how to use the "XKY" charts but now I know understnad how to do them. I think that I really have to try a bit harder. For me that how my unit went...i hope that I do better for the next unit.

Wes

## Tuesday, January 30, 2007

### Tony's Scribe Post Jan 29

Questions we did in class :

Question 4:

Question 5:

If 25 DVD Rom cost $14.50, calculate the cost of 11 DVD Rom

I solved it using word ratios. 11 DVDs would cost $126.

DVDs 25 x.44 11

Cost $14.50 x.44 $126

Question 6:

If 5 tickets for a play cost $40, calculate the cost of:

6 tickets

14 tickets

20 tickets

I also solved this question using a word ratio. 6 tickets would cost $48, 15 would cost $112, and 20 would cost $160

5X8 = 40

6X8 = 48

14X8 = 112

20X8 = 160

We also learnt a bit about an assignment coming up that we will be doing on the internet later. Its a sheet of questions we'll have to answer later on.