Tuesday, January 12, 2010

RAQUEL'S SCRIBE FOR PERCENT.

DURING MATH CLASS
So, during math class we corrected the fractions we did for homework. Such as..

We also had to use a 10x10 grid for solving percent problems. such as this:

After that, we did a foldable. To do that we had to get 3 pieces of loose leaf and make each one of them evenly spaced out. When you do that you have to fold it backwards and then you will make your foldable which looks like this. :

(There's to much flaps but it's okay. (: Just imagine there's only 6.)
When your done that, you write what each flap represent. After that, you have to write on the first flap. We had to find the definition of percent and fractional percent. Under that we had to draw out what the percentages ( I think I forgot my foldable at school so, I don't remember the numbers. ) look like on a grid.
The definitions are:

Percent- is a way of expressing a number as a fraction of 100.
Fractional Percent- a percent that includes a portion of a percent.

YES, IT'S LATE WELL.. NOT REALLY BUT, I STILL DID IT. SORRY !! (: ANYWAYS, TELL ME IF I MADE A MISTAKE OR I MISSED SOMETHING, I'LL FIX IT RIGHT AWAY. PC OUT. REMEMBER TO COMMENT.
- Raquel Lorenzo January 12, 2009. (:

4 comments:

krystal73 January 15, 2010 at 12:15 AM  

Good Job Raquely ! I like how you took a picture of your work (YY)

Jemineth873 January 26, 2010 at 9:57 PM  

Nice scribe raquel, you included all the things we did in class, in a understandble and accurate way. But for the grids you could've included an explanation on how you would show a percent on a 10x10 grid that's amount is over a hundred, and less than a hundred.

Camille873 January 27, 2010 at 6:25 PM  

nice job raquel you made a picture which was great and you explained it very well.

Abigail8-73 February 2, 2010 at 11:19 PM  

Good Job Raquel! (: I like how you took some time to make pictures and take pictures from your camera. Taking pics was an awesome idea and a faster way to show what your trying to show! (: Good job again! (:

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