Monday, October 5, 2009

Kathleen's Scribepost for October 5th

FOUR 4s

Today in math class ,
Mr . Harbeck and Mr . Backe told us to explain why 4/4+4/4 =2 and 4÷4 + 4÷4 =2 are the same .

In my opinion , I think
4/4+4/4 =2 and 4÷4 + 4÷4 =2 are the same because "/" and "÷" are the same sign . For example (4/4 = 1) and (4÷4 = 1) too . It doesn't matter which one you use because its the same thing .

In , fractions 4/4 means your dividing the top number ( numerator ) and the bottom number ( denominator ) .

So the signs are different but they're still the same thing .

2 comments:

elijah841 said...

Good job Kathleen, good choicce of colours .

JOSE841 said...

Nice job, i liked the way how you explained your answer. I also like how you put your colors, but i think you should of done red. GOODJOB AGAIN

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