## Saturday, February 27, 2010

### Subtracting Fractions With Like Denominators

This is what we learned in class:

5/6-1/6=4/6=2/3

Show with a picture or a model:

3/4-1/4=2/4=1/2

1/3-1/3=0/3=0

Solve the following:

7/10-3/10=4/10=2/5
1-1/9=9-1/9=8/9

Homework:
Pages 220-221
#1-14 Do the odds first then the evens

## Thursday, February 18, 2010

Draw pictures to show the following:

1 + 1 = 2
4 4 4

2 + 1 = 3
3 3 3

simple term

one over one, 100% ,
1
1

Use a diagram to show

1+ 5 = 6
8 8 8

5+ 1 = 6
12 12 12

4+ 2 = 6
9 9 9
short term

2
3

Rule
: When adding with like denominators (same bottom number) add the numerators,denominators stays the same.

Homework :

213 1-4

PS . im sorry that the numbers won't go under the dash, it is NOT working !

## Friday, February 5, 2010

### Homework

Homework package due Monday Feb.8th

1) pg 190-193
2)pg 180-182 #1-11
3)pg 174-176 #1-15
4)pg 168-170 all
5 ) pg 163-169 all

6)

7)A) Trudy, Shana, Saira, Kendra and Tracy are on basketball team A. Jordan, Micheal, Terrance, Sean and Suni are on Team B. Use a Tree Diagram to show all the possible outcomes if the coach
assigns each person on Team B to defend against a player on Team A.
B) Write the Sample Space

8)A toonie is flipped and a four-sided die is rolled. Using a chart find P(Tails and Odd Number).

9) Create and answer a Probability question with the results of 0%, 20%, 60%, 100%.

10) A jar contains 4 pink, 26 purple and 9 orange marbles. The marbles are drawn at random. What are the chances you get 2 pink marbles without replacing the first marble.

11)
1)F
2)R
3)F
4)F
5)F
6)F
7)F
8)F
9)F
10)F
11)T