I'm stuck on number six can you help me out please?:I
6) 336.752 / 31
It's hard to show this with text only. When you divide, you should end up with 10.862. The directions say to round to the nearest tenth. The 8 is in the tenths spot so you look to the right (hundredths) to determine if you round up or down. Since the number to the right (6) is 5 or more, you need to increase the tenths position by 1. This rounds to 10.9
How many questions will be on the test Mr. Berchtold.
21 questions, just like the review worksheet that you received in class! :)
Thank you so much for helping me out! :D ;]
I am confused on how they explain the problem on number eight? Could you please help me out?
8) To find the average, you need to add all of the values together (1.667+ 1.483 + 1.486 + 1.451 + 1.381). Once you get your answer, divide by 5(since there were 5 numbers that you added together.
I am having a little trouble with Tuesday page 31 D and R
Page 31 D) you need to make the divisor 1.02 a whole number by moving the decimal point two times to the right. Then move the dividend decimal the same number of places (2) to the right. It becomes 561 / 102
Page 31 R) 5.4 divided by 1.2
move the decimal point in the divisor (1.2) one time to the right to make a whole number. Move the dividend's (5.4) decimal the same number of places to the right. This becomes 54 / 12
You will need to attach a zero in the dividend to finish the problem.
These are hard to show online through the blog. If you come in before school, I can show you on the board!
Below are the answers to Thursday's quiz review worksheet.
Mr.Berchtold can we get help in the morning like at 7:00 AM with the practice quiz
Hello Mr. Berchtold, Celeste from period 6 did not get the worksheet for today's homework. Are you still available to pick up now or should we take her early when school resumes on Tuesday? Thank you
I was in my room until 3:15. I will try to send you a copy.
Do we have to p14 which has fractions and measuring.
I'm stuck on number 9 onB-51
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