Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Jemineths scribepost for 10/05/09


Both of these show the exact same equations, but shown differently. How ? Because, the first one is shown with a fractional sign, which is usually used if equations don't work out because of "order of operations". The important thing we have to know about the first one is that, it's really just the top number (4) divided by (/) the number below (4), then continue working with what we know. For the one in the bottom, its the same thing too, the only difference is that it is more accurate and more preferable to use because, if people were to choose between a fractional equation, and a division equation they'd usually use the division equation. Because it's easier and that's the end of my scribepost :)

2 comments:

ChristineAnne8-73 October 6, 2009 at 8:26 AM  

great job jem! you explained it very well.

Eric.P 8-73 October 6, 2009 at 5:32 PM  

Great job Jem font was pretty big.

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