Monday, October 5, 2009

Carla's Scribepost for Oct. 5, 2009

Today in class, Mr. Harbeck and Mr. Bache told us to explain this, Why is 4/4 + 4/4 = 2 and 4÷4 +4÷4 = 2 the same?

My thoughts are '/' is just another symbol for '÷'. If you do the equations, it will be the same answer. 4/4 is a fraction which equals one whole, so 4/4 + 4/4 = 2. The other one is saying the same thing but its not like a fraction you have to divide four by four which equals one.

Basically they're the same but in different form.

Thank you for reading my sribepost :)

5 comments:

JOSE841 said...

You did a really great job on your scribepost. I like the colors, and just incase for next time, make sure your spelling is correctly spelled. Hahahah, I have done that mistake a lot. Anyways, nice job Carla.

elijah841 said...

Nice scribe post Carla. Your scribe was easy to read, it's really, big and has colours.. Good job Carla

vanessa 841 said...

Good Job Carla, you did a pretty good scribe post for todays homework. It was nice and easy to read but, you spelled Backe's name wrong . ( i think thats how you spell it ) LOL :D Well anyways good job .

carla841 said...

thanks josh :), did i spell anything wrong?
thank you elijah :)
thaank you vanessa :), oh hhaha whoops.

Mr Montgomery said...

Hi

Its Mr Montgomery from Australia here.

I am very impressed with the quality of your blog posts.

They are a great model for my year 8s

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