Monday, October 5, 2009

Giuseppe's four 4s

Four 4s

How is 4/4 the same as 4÷4 the same?

In my opinion, I think they're the same thing just different symbols.

4/4 is a fraction form of saying 4÷4.

It's the same thing because fractions are like dividing. The difference is in fraction, you put
the number that is being divided on top and the number how much its going to be divided
at the bottom.

Get it? I know I didn't explain that good. So if you don't understand something, just leave a comment and I'll answer the part which you don't understand.

3 comments:

JOSE841 said...

good job yo, i think you did a good job of explaining your answer. It may sound weird when you read it, but i can still understand what your trying to tell. GOOD JOB MAN,

elijah841 said...

Good job, Giuseppe, I get your explanation now. I just had to look at it over again, to make sure. But just add colours and make the font bigger , then is will, be even better. but , good job !

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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