Tuesday: TB 311-312

Wednesday: 1) TB 331-332

2) Test corrections - due Friday

Thursday: 1) WS 16

2) Test corrections - due Friday

Friday: none

Monday: WS C60
Tuesday: TB 311-312 Wednesday: 1) TB 331-332 2) Test corrections - due Friday Thursday: 1) WS 16 2) Test corrections - due Friday Friday: none
23 Comments
Alejandro Arriaga
9/19/2017 05:36:54 pm
Will there be multiplication in TB 311-312
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Mr. Berchtold
9/19/2017 06:08:12 pm
The topic involves dividing fractions which uses multiplication. On the back side under the common core spiral review (5th grade standards), there is a section where you need to write equivalent fractions. This uses multiplication as well.
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Carrie hunter
9/19/2017 07:20:12 pm
I need help with problem 29 TB312
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Mr. Berchtold
9/19/2017 07:35:49 pm
29) She wants to make 20 batches. So you need to multiply 20 by the required amount in the recipe.
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Vincent Medina
9/19/2017 08:14:47 pm
Are we supposed to do page 312 ?
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Mr. Berchtold
9/19/2017 08:33:02 pm
Yes, the assignment in your binder reminder (agenda) lists both pages along with the website.
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Kate-Lynn Ramirez
9/20/2017 03:27:36 pm
What is the expression (as in multiplication or dividing)?
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Kate-Lynn ramirez
9/20/2017 03:33:04 pm
sorry for number 23
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Mr. Berchtold
9/20/2017 04:22:54 pm
23) 25 1/2 divided by 1 1/4
Mr. Berchtold
9/20/2017 04:22:13 pm
Regarding Wednesday's assignment, all classes please skip #24.
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Alejandro Arriaga
9/20/2017 04:34:40 pm
Mr. Berchtold what is the answer for number 23
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Mr. Berchtold
9/20/2017 05:06:03 pm
you need to work it out.
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Nicholas Benavides
9/20/2017 07:42:44 pm
I am stuck on number 20 and 23 of today's homework ( TB 331 - 332). On number 20 I don't know how to write the equation or how to figure out the problem. On number 23 I am confused about what to do. Do I multiply or divide?
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Mr. Berchtold
9/20/2017 08:31:20 pm
The division expression is:
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Mr. Berchtold
9/20/2017 08:31:52 pm
That was for question #20
Mr. Berchtold
9/20/2017 08:32:23 pm
23) 25 1/2 divided by 1 1/4
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Nicholas Benavides
9/20/2017 08:37:38 pm
Thanks Mr. Berchtold. Me and my Dad figured it out but you confirmed are answer.
Katie Ramirez
9/21/2017 03:43:19 pm
I'm stuck on letter A 5 1/4 divided by 2 1/7. Will you help me please?
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Mr. Berchtold
9/21/2017 04:15:04 pm
A) 5 1/4 divided by 2 1/7
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Mr. Berchtold
9/21/2017 08:02:09 pm
G) 4 2/3 divided by 3
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Mr. Berchtold
9/21/2017 07:59:55 pm
H) 7 divided by 2 1/2, (not 2 1/2 divided by 7)
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