Mr. Berchtold, I am having trouble with number 26 ,27,28,29,30.31
For what page? Tonight's homework (worksheet 48/49) is #1-20 and 1-9 on the other side.
(on yesterday's homework)
For #'s 29-31, you need to read the number correctly and than simplify.
29) -0.15 --> negative fifteen hundredths
you need to divide the fractional part to get a decimal. The whole number does not change. This is hard to show long division on the blog, but I can show you before school.
Mr.Berchtold what does it say on the bottom for, Why Shouldn't You Run Behind Cars?
Thank you Mr. Berchtold!It helped a lot.
The answers below are to Thursday's review worksheet:
17) b, c, d, f
7 should be C!
Sorry, it was a typo! :)
in tonights quiz review i have c for number 7. but your answer is d. could you please tell me what I am doing wrong
7) You may want to draw a vertical number line and place the diver's depth's accordingly. When there are divers in the water, the one that is the lowest (smallest value) is the deepest.
I still get C, because Cynan is -37 and Tamia is -21.
You're right....I had a typo.
7 should be C
That happened to me too.
I got the same thing too!😕
Sorry! 7 should be C
7 should be C
Mr.Berchtold on question 7. the answer I got was c but on the answer sheet was d.
7 should be C.
Sorry! I had a typo this morning!
Ok thank you :)
Mr.Berchtold for number three how do I use a number line?
3) you do not need to use a number line, but you can if the number line helps you get the right answer!
For number 17 i got b, c, and d but how do you get f.
to get f you have to multiply 66 by 0.5 66x0.5 =33.0 66
Thanks Katie! Yes she is correct. Remember the (big) dot in the middle means to multiply! Dont forget when multiplying with decimals, you need to count the waves
it was lined up when sent srry
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