Monday, October 5, 2009

Kamille's Scribepost for October 5th, 2009

Today is Class , Mr.Harbeck and Mr.Bache assigned us with a question we had to answer.

" Why is (4/4) + (4/4) = 2 is the same as (4÷4) + (4÷4) = 2 ?? "


My opinion is that they are both the same thing because this sign "/" is just another way of say this sign"÷" . 4/4 is one whole and if you put the another 4/4 it would be 2 wholes. It's just in fraction. 4÷4 is exactly the same thing but using "÷" .

So it doesn't matter which one you use it wouldn't matter. It's just the same thing but different symbols.

2 comments:

elijah841 said...

Good job Kamille, you can really see it and nice answer

JOSE841 said...

Nice job Kamille, i also agree with you. i like how you changed the questions color so it stands out. Good job explaining,

- Josh

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