3. a) 1/4, 0.25, 25%

b) 3/8, 0.375, 37.5%

c) 1/2, 0.50, 50%

d) 4/5, 0.80, 80%

**Pg. 38**

1. To represent a percent greater that 100% you would, shade more than one hundred grid.

2. To represent a fractional percent greater that 1% you would, shade squares from a hundred grid to show the whole number and part of one square to show the fraction.

3. To represent a whole number you would, shade squared on a grid of 100 squares called a hundred grid.

4. To represent a fractional percent between 0% and 1% you would, shade part of one square on a hundred grid

a) There are 144 boxes shaded so the percent would be 144%

b) There are 2/3 of a tile shaded so the percent would be 0.7%

c) There are 88 tiles shaded and 8 smaller tiles shaded on 1 box so the percent would be 88.8%

5. a) There are 144 boxes shaded so the percent is 144%

b) There are 2/3 of a tile shaded so the percent is 0.7%

c) There are 88 tiles shaded and 8 smaller tiles shaded on 1 box so the percent is 88.8%

MATH QUESTION.

22% of 80=

20% = 16% =

1% =0.8

1% =0.8

1% =0.8 = 1.6

16+ 1.6=

**17.6**

**Sorry there's no pictures! The other one that I did, didn't publish and I just saw it this morning.**

Jereme, good post! I like your information, it is very helpful. But you made a mistake in pg38 question 4B, 2/3 of a percent should be 0.6% repeating, not 0.7%. You can also improve your post by adding a link. Here is a link you can use http://www.studyzone.org/mtestprep/math8/g/8percless1greater100l.cfm. This link teaches you about percents less than 1% or more than 100%. Good Job Jereme!

ReplyDeleteWay to go Jeremy! Your blog is really helpful. It explains a lot. Although, I have to go with Cindy on this one.4b should be 0.6 % repeated. Good try though. You did a good job. Next time, if the picture won't upload, add a link or a video to make it more appealing to the viewers. However, the rest of it is great!

ReplyDeleteGood job on your post, I like how you made everything really easy to understand. There were some par that were incorrect like what Cindy and Josh said on question 4.b should be 0.6% repeating. You should try adding a video or a link. Here's a video to help you http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X1gAxh3ztoo

ReplyDeleteGOOD JOB JEREMY ! I liked how the information was clear and easy to understand. Even thought you don't have any pictures the information is enough for us to understand. And yes 4.b should be o.6% repeating.

ReplyDeleteThanks for the helpful scribe post Jeremy! Your post is very simple, it is easy to understand, and you did a good job on explaining everything. Though, you have some incorrect answer so be sure to check those and you might want to add some more spaces between each number or parts because sometimes it's confusing. You might also want to add a video, a link or a video to make us understand better. Still, great job!

ReplyDeleteGood job on your scribe post Jeremy! you explained it really well but ya you did make a mistake on 4 b it should've been o.6% repeating. And maybe you could've added a link or a video or even pictures so that people will understand it better but otherwise great job.

ReplyDeleteGood job on you scribe post Jeremy! I liked how your scribe was easy to understand. But on question #4b the answer should have been 0.6% repeating. To make you scribe post better here is a link that I think you might like:

ReplyDeletehttp://ca.ixl.com/math/grade-8/find-what-percent-one-number-is-of-another

Here is a video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2rr-IXInEVc

Great job on your scribe post Jeremy! Your scribe post was clear and was easy to understand. On question 4b, the answer should of been 0.6% repeating. I also think you should of changed the color of your text and I also think you should make your font size a little bit bigger so it would be easier to read. But other than that, I think you did a great job. Here's a link and a video you may want to check out:

ReplyDeletehttp://ca.ixl.com/math/grade-8/find-what-percent-one-number-is-of-another

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2rr-IXInEVc

Good job Jeremy! you explained it really well but i think you made a mistake on 4b it should've been 0.6% repeating. maybe next you could've added a link or a video or even pictures so that people will understand it better but otherwise good job.

ReplyDeleteGood job on your scribe post Jeremy! you explained it really well but ya you did make a mistake on 4 b it should've been o.6% repeating. And maybe you could've added a link or a video or even pictures so that people will understand it better but otherwise great job.

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