Wednesday, May 31, 2006

An open ended questions and Algebra

1. A man walks into a store, he buys seven thousand gumballs. He spent a total of 89 dollars on the whole thing. Now, do you agree that the place he buys gumballs from cheap or uberly expensive? Why or why not?

2. My own question about algebra. A guy is trying to find a perimeter that is 128 feet for his flower bed. But because of his awquard(don't mind spelling) yard, the length has to be 6 feet more that 5 feet less than 2 times the side of the width. What are the length and width of his pretty flower bed?

Reminder: Your exam in June 8th next thursday!




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Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Fraction Growing 2 Questions

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Ryley was making a cake. He needed 3/4 of a cup of milk, 2/3 of a cup of butter, and needed 1/4 of a cup of baking soda. How many ingredients all together does he need?

7.Someone has a lemon murang(don't mind the spelling) pie loaded with cherries is cut into 8ths. You get half of the eight pieces. You decide to share 2/3 of your share. How much pie does each have?

a) Bob has 1/4 of coconut pie and 6/3 of kiwi lime pie. How much pie does Bob have altogether?

b)George had 4 2/5 of a Hershy chocolate bar. Later he gave his friend Martha 2 3/4. How much chocolate did he have left?

4) a. One of my friends had 3/4 of a chocolate bar left and my other friend had 2/3 left of a chocolate bar, they decided to put their chocolate together and share it but before they divide it how muuch chocolate do they have all together?




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Pythagoras??

Can you use the Pythagorean Theorem to determine the length of the unknown side in the following triangle? Why or why not?

Answer this question in a comment or at your optional Pythagorean Post.

This Question was borrowed form a book that will soon be on the way!!




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Sunday, May 14, 2006

Come on People!! Do your Blog Posts.

Don't be lazy and complete your posts everyone..... Take sometime off watching TV and going out to places. It will only take about an hour or so and remember to use your previous fraction post, and do not create a new one. It seems that only half of the half of people that did their posts are still doing their posts. It doesn't have to be online too! Do it on paper and lose only a few marks.




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Wednesday, May 10, 2006

People Do your Growing Posts

I SQUEAKY CAN NOT COMPLETE MY GROWING POST
WITHOUT SOMEONE FROM 73 AND FROM 16 to do
a growing post




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Monday, May 01, 2006

Another Fraction Question

Here is a possible extention of your fraction growing post.


The answer to your math question is 2/5 or two fifths. How many different questions can you make with 2/5 as an answer?

Try adding, subtracting, mixed numbers, improper fractions etc. The sky is the limit.

Good luck

Harbeck




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