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Solve this problem, please no Cheating!! Click on the document Icon to see the problems. If you get stuck refer back to the sheet I gave you on the first day of school.
1.) How do you think you did on your exam today?
2.Write about a situation outside of solving math problems in which the order in which things are done is important. 3. What is the best time to divide a half dollar evenly between two people? 4. The student who as unfamiliar with football thought a quarterback was what? 5. A chessboard is 8 squares wide by 8 squares long. Each player has 8 pawns, 1 king, and 7 other pieces. At the start of a game, all the pieces are on the board, 1 pieced per square. What percent of the total number of squares have a chess piece? Remember to write all your answers in complete sentences and have fun!! Also respond to two other students on the blog. Please do not forget no last names only 1st. Remember to follow the guidelines on your homework sheet.
1. First introduce yourself to the group. 2. Write about your best and worst moments in a Math class. 3. Share at least two strategies you have used to help you problem solve. 4. Finally share what you look forward to and what you are most worried about in Math. 5. Have Fun!!! Receipe: Play Dough (1 Portion)
Ingredients: 2 1/2 cups flour 2 cup water 1/2 cup salt 2 tablespoons salad oil food coloring 1 tablespoon powdered alum Directions: In a large bowl, mix flour, salt and alum together; set aside. In a medium saucepan, bring water and oil to a boil. Remove from heat and pour over flour mixture. Knead the dough. Color dough by adding a few drops of food coloring. Store in covered container. Ms. Baker plans to make play dough for her class. She finds the recipe above on the Internet. a. How many cups of flour does Ms. Baker need for 2 & 11 portion? 1.Explain why the ratio 2 boys:5 girls is different from the ratio 5 girls: 2 boys.
2.Explan how can you tell whether an expression represents a unit rate. Question 1: Decide if it is better to receive $300 a week or to be paid hourly at a rate of $7.50 per hour. What factors could affect your decision? Give details.
Question 2: How would you help a friend who is struggling in math? Question 3: Ms. Baker and her daughter went shopping on Saturday. They bought at least one item from each of the 3 departments that they visited. Ms. Baker gave the clerk $120 and she got back $11.76 change. What items did they buy? Think about how much they spent. NO TAX TODAY! HOUSEWARES Dishtowels: $11.38 Curtain Rods: $12.98 Bath Mats: $29.58 CLOTHING Shirt: $30.98 Dress: $49.90 Slacks: $39.90 TOOLS Hammer: $17.90 Saw: $23.90 Drill: $25.78 Explain how you would solve this problem and provide your answer. Hello students here is Question #5 "How will learning math in 6th grade help you as an adult?"
Students you have received your guidelines for blogging, please make sure you follow them. Also, a little reminder, make sure you include your first name and your class color as your last name. For instance, if my first name is Scott and I'm in the red class then my name on the blog would be Scott Red. More Importantly let’s have fun!!

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