## Sunday, April 11, 2010

### Kisha's growing post

I'll upload my video as soon as i get my memory card back.

part 1:

part 2:

part 3

What we're trying to find out is how many sets of 3 could fit into 1 1/2
So first you have to make the denominators the same by finding the lowest common denominator. So you have to change the 1/2 into fourths. Then you count how many 3's could fit into 1 1/2. The answer is 2.

For this one now we're trying to find out how many sets of 2 can fit into 3/4. So again you have to change the 1/2 to fourths. Then you count. How many sets? Only 1 set of 2 can fit. But there's 1 left over and a spot that's empty. So that would make it 1/2 left over. So putting it together the answer will be 1 1/2 can fit into 3/4.

Raquel873

GOOOD JOB KISHA! I liked how you explained the things very well. and your post looks very organized. good job again.

hannah873

Hi Kisha. Everything was so well-explained and clear. Even the pictures were very understandable too. Good job and keep up the good work!

Abby 8-73

Greaat job Kisha! (: Everything is so neat and organized. I like how you keep your explanation brief and simple. I also like how you took your time to make such neat pictures! overall you did greeaat!
Keep up the good work (:

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