Fraction Multiplication Number Sense

A) What kinds of numbers would I multiply by to get answers that are slightly greater than my starting number? B) A lot greater? A) You would multiply bigger numbers that are only a little bigger B) You would multiply numbers that are very big   A) What kinds of numbers would I multiply by to…

Learning Log Absolute Value

Absolute value of a number is the distance of the number from zero for example if it is like -4 and 8 it is 4 and 8 and the 8 is 8 away from zero and the four is 4 away from zero. So the absolute value is 4 and 8. You do not have…

The Giant one

The Giant one is one. The object of the giant one is to find a equivalent fraction of a fraction by multiplying it by one. An example: 3/4 times 4/4(giant one)=12/16 12/16 is equivalent to 3/4 but if you want a greater equivalent fraction the denominator and numerator have to be greater like: 3/4 time…

Distributive Property

Distributive property is breaking things to make an equation simpler like 5(10+3) you would do: 5 times 10 which is 50 5 times 3 which is 15 The answer is 65   Generic rectangles are also distributive property For the generic rectangles, one box would be 50 and another would be 15 for 5 times…