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Blog #3- Division<p><br>
Answers all 4 questions completely. ALL answers are due on or before Friday, October 20th.<br>
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1.) What are compatible numbers? Give an example of compatible numbers that can be used to estimate the quotient to this problem. There are 2 answers here!<br>
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164 divided by 4.<br>
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2.) What is the traditional algorithm used in division? Tell me the funny saying we have learned to remember the steps and what all of the steps are.<br>
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3.) How can quick pictures help us to divide132 divided by 12? Use workbook page 103 for help.<br>
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4.) What are partial quotients? Be specific. Why are they used in division?</p>
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Melisa Cascetta32476178Tue, 17 Oct 2017 02:18:00 GMTBLOG #2- Bases, Exponents and the Distributive Property<p><br>
*ALL RESPONSES ARE DUE ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28th:)<br>
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1.) What is a base? Give an example of a base being used in an expression.<br>
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2.) What is an exponent?<br>
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3.) What is another way to write 10 x 10 x 10 x 10 x 10 x 10<br>
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4.) Marla did 65 sit-ups each day for one week. Use the Distributive Property to show an <strong>expression</strong> you can use to find the total number of sit-ups Marla did during the week. <strong>Do not evaluate the expression.</strong><br>
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Melisa Cascetta32315576Mon, 25 Sep 2017 01:10:00 GMTProperties<p><p style="text-align: left;"><strong><span style="font-family: 'MS Sans Serif';"><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Hello and welcome to your first fifth grade blog!</span><br>
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Please answer the following questions COMPLETELY for full credit.You will be scored using a 1-4 rubric. Don't forget to type your name when you enter your answer.<br>
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1.) What is the Commutative Property of Addition? Answer in words and then please type your own example of the property.<br>
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2.) What is the Associative Property of Addition? Answer in words and then please type your own example of the property.<br>
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3.) What is the Identity Property of Addition? Answer in words and then please type your own example of the property.<br>
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4.) Walk me through the steps of how you would evaluate this expression using properties. Explain how you would solve it.<br>
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8 x 79</span></strong></p></p>
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