Examples:
The Ratio of this picture would be 4:10 because the base of the original triangle is 4 and the base of the enlarged is 10, another ratio is 6:15 because you do the same thing as you did with the base but you do it up the side.
Examples:
The Ratio of this picture would be 4:10 because the base of the original triangle is 4 and the base of the enlarged is 10, another ratio is 6:15 because you do the same thing as you did with the base but you do it up the side.
Learning Log
Absolute Value of a number is judging on how far away from zero it is, without focusing on the positive and negative signs. So it doesn’t matter if something goes left or right, it only matters how far away from zero it is.
For Example:
 4 = 4
 4= 4
93+2= 8= 8
93+2= 10= 10
This is a reflection that I did on my strengths and things I can work on.
Here is the link to my Math and Science Reflection : Math and Science Reflection
October 21, 2013
Today I learned about the giant one. I learned that in the giant one, the numerator and denominator are the same. You multiply the fraction by the giant one to find an equivalent fraction. Equivalent fractions are when the numerator and denominators are different, but they equal the same whole.
Examples,
4/9 * 5/5= 20/45
12/15* 2/2= 24/30
9/12* 3/3= 27/36
October 15, 2013
The Distributive Property states that the multiplier of a sum or difference can be
“distributed” to multiply each term. It helps because it breaks the problem down, so its
easier to solve, because when you have a big problem, you could make a mistake.
Example:
9(34)
9(30)= 270
9(4)= 36
9(34)= 270+36= 306
9(34)= 306
