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Thursday, January 6

  1. page Me and math edited ... pushing myself. Math in 5th grade is hard. We learn about Albert Einstein and how he made th…
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    pushing myself. Math in 5th grade is hard. We learn about Albert Einstein and how he made the fourth dimension. We learn about fractions decimals and percents. We learn so much to get ready for 6th grade but with Ms. White we do critical thinking. This helps me. I get quick reactions to figuring out problems and it is fun.
    This is a hilarious comic. I really like from Calvin and Hobbes.
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Monday, December 6

  1. page Fractions,Decimals and Percents edited Fractions, decimals and percents are basically the same thing except they have different names and…
    Fractions, decimals and percents are basically the same thing except they have different names and are expressed differently. For example 1/2 .5 and 50% are the same thing.
    Fractions tell you how much that you have of that number. So if I took a pie and split it into 6 pieces and I had a piece in my hand I would have 1/6 of the pie in my hand. For decimals the 1 in .1 would be the tenths place, if you added a zero it would be the hundredths place and if you added another the thousandths place and so on and so forth. For Multiplying fractions you would just times the top number and the bottom number. For example 1/2 time 1/3 would be 1/5. But why would it be smaller than the number you started with? Because when you take a halve of a third you have to find a denominator and take from it then you would get a Fifth. It is easier if you use a clock.

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Wednesday, October 6

  1. page Divisibility Rules edited ... We learned the divisibility for the numbers 2,3,4,5, and 6. The rule for 2 was pretty simple…
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    We learned the divisibility for the numbers 2,3,4,5, and 6.
    The rule for 2 was pretty simple: any even number can be divided by 2.
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    you can divideddivide it by 3).
    4 right now we are having technical difficulties and I can not remember
    5 is simple any number that ends in 5 or 0 can be divided by 5.
    6 right now we are having technical difficulties and I can not remember
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  2. page Divisibility Rules edited Yesterday in class we learned that there are "tricks" or "rules" to dividing. …
    Yesterday in class we learned that there are "tricks" or "rules" to dividing.
    We learned the divisibility for the numbers 2,3,4,5, and 6.
    The rule for 2 was pretty simple: any even number can be divided by 2.
    3 was a little harder. If you add up all the digits (example: for the number 1,203 add 1+2 +3 and you will get 6,so 3 is a multiple of 6 so you can divided it by 3).
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    5 is simple any number that ends in 5 or 0 can be divided by 5.
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