Activity 6
1. 3 4/5 + 2 2/3
2. 5 1/3- 2
3. & 4.
2 1/3 x 3 5/6
4 4/8 / 3 1/4
Fractions are a concept that sometimes may be difficult to
understand, I think using models as a visual aid really helps
un
Activity 2
Fred
1. Understand the Problem: The goal is to find how many
cards Fred has, that when the total of unknown cards is
divided into stacks of 2, 3, and 4 the remainder will be
one card. But w
Activity 5
Yellow shapes
Two dotted shapes
Could not make or use circle Venn diagram, was unable to overlap pictures.
1. Write an example of a set: A=cfw_1, 2, 3, 4, 5
2. Give me an example of two set
Activity 3
Figure out the solution to the problem above and discuss
how you could model this problem without using the
website.
After watching the video I know that the lockers that will remain open w
Activity 4
1. & 2.
3.
4.
125 34
There are 3 groups of 34 with a
remainder of 25.
1.352 .785
.785 fits one time or there is only one group of .785 in 1.352.
I modeled each problem using the base 10 sys
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Activity 11: Problem Solving
Solve the following problems using any method you like. Explain how you got
your answers.
1. Two ducks before a duck, two ducks behind a duck and a duck in the
Alyssa Ruiz
Activity 1
Problem
Eric the sheep is very hot. He has grown lots of wool and today is shearing day. Eric gets in line
and 50 sheep are ahead of Eric. Each time the shearer is distracted sh
Alyssa Ruiz
Activity 10
For this figure above, I drew a vertical line down the middle indicating each side has equal areas.
Each side has the same rectangle that I colored green. On the left side, the