Hi Mr.Berchtold durning lunch I left when the bell rang but the test I did was finished. Can you tell me my grade on Monday? Thanks!
Yes. You can also check student connect or have your parents check parent connect.
Feel free to email me as well.
hi mr berchtold do we have to do both sides for the hw?
Mr. Berchtold what does the 5 one the other side of the other side of question 1 mean?
I do not understand your question.
We don't do the other side only page C17
Hi Mr.Berchtold I was wondering how do you know what letter to put in the boxes?
Look to the right to see what letter matches your answer.
The numbers at the bottom represent questions numbers, not your answer numbers.
Hi Mr.Berchtold, I was wondering can you give me my test tomorrow?
I still have not seen my grade and was wondering if you could show it to me tomorrow. Thanks!
The quiz will be distributed in class tomorrow. Remember, you can always log in to student connect and check your grade.
mr.berchtold i am confused on number 12 on the test because i don't understand area
also how do i do perimeter
Hi mr.Berchtold in per.4s homework E and the top right I have the same answers
First list the multiples and see what is the smallest number that repeats (Least Common Multiple)
5: 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40
8: 8, 16, 24, 32, 40
Here is a link for how to convert mixed numbers to improper fractions and improper fractions to mixed numbers.
Hi Mr. Berchtold. Do we need to show our work for turning mixed numbers into an improper fraction?
No, you do not
mr berchtold did i ever return wu 3
Come talk to me before school. I do not talk about student's grades via the blog.
Mr Berchtold I am stuck on two problems of section 1 of wc30, it says “ on - weighs a pou-d and” I am issuing two letters E and N but I work the problems and I keep getting the same answer.
Sorry, I did not see your post last night!
Good evening Mr. Berchtold,
Delilah forgot her binder in her history class (Last period).
Her homework assignments are in that specific binder, I apologize the inconvenience. I will drop off Delilah at school early tomorrow hoping that her last period classroom is open and that way she can head to your classroom to do her homework.
Sorry I did not see your post last night! She can turn in the assignment when she finishes it.
Sorry to disturb you mr berchtold but i am wondering about our homework for today c-56, problem 2, and i dont know how to cross cancel the 5s does 1 count as a factor for it?
2) IF you are not sure how to cross cancel, you can multiply the numerators and then multiply the denominators. When you are done multiplying, you can simplify.
5/9 * 3/5
Without cross cancelling, multiply 5 * 3 = 15 (numerator) and multiply 9 * 5 = 45 (denominators)
Simplify by identifying the Greatest Common Factor (15)
Okay thank you Mr. Berchtold for clarifying
how do you cross cancel
You might want to look through your notes that we color coded when we showed cross canceling.
5/9 * 3/5
To cross cancel, look for a common factor (GCF preferred) in the numerator of one fraction and the denominator of the second fraction. In the example above, 5 is in the numerator of the first fraction and 5 is in the denominator of the second fraction. So those can both be reduced to 1.
1/9 * 3/1
Next we can look at the denominator in first fraction (9) and the numerator in the second fraction (3) and find the GCF of 3. 3 can be factored out of both to get
1/3 * 1/1
Multiply the numerators and then multiply the denominators.
I am stuck on 19 on worksheet c-56. I keep on getting 3 and 1 fifth and it doesn't show on the side. Even a calculator says that I am right. Can you help?
I got 3 and 3/5
Mr. Berchtold. What summaries have you done with us and which ones do we still need to do?
Any day we take notes, you should write a summary for those notes.
Sorry I have just gotten confused with the summaries I have written. :l
Mr. Berchtold, I do not understand how to cross cancel with 3 fractions. May you show me a example? -A period 5 student-
Hi Mr.Berchtold how do you do page 15
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