Kaitlyn: 0.003 = 3%

Jordan: 0.003 = 0.3%

Jordan is CORRECT!

Kaitlyn's thinking: I think that she thought that since 0.003/1000, that you needed to multiply the number 1000 to get the right answer. But she was wrong. And she did 0.003x 1000= 3%. That's how she got the answer.

Jordan's way is right! Because he multiplied 0.003 with 100 and not 1000.

This is what Kaitlyn did:

And this is what Jordan did:

And if you need more help on converting a decimal into a fraction here's the link to the video.

2) Change each decimal to a percent and a fraction.

At a recent auction, it sold for $200. What percent is the new value of the comic book of the price several years ago?

And if your in the mood for some more percents, decimals, and fractions than here's a link!

AWESOME JOB Sheila! your explanations for how you answered the questions were very clear. I like your pictures that you took they helped me a lot. Smart idea on taking a picture of your calculator. also your links helped to.

ReplyDeleteThanks for Scribing. Good Post. Creative use of a calculator

ReplyDeleteSheila, great post！I liked the way you took pictures of your calculator which shows us how you did the calculations. But I don't agree with your explanation for question 3, I would show a proportion of 10$ over 100%, and 200$ over 2000%. Because 200$ is 20 times more than 10$, so I would multiply the bottom by 20 too. Then I would also end up with 2000%, but this is explained differently and the number have different meanings. Keep working, Sheila!

ReplyDeleteAwesome job Sheila! I liked how you took pictures of your calculator, it also explained how you did the calculations. I also liked how you showed us how to convert a decimal into a percent and a fraction. But your link was not as helpful as your information. Here is a link that I think you might like:

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Great Job Sheila! You did well on your math blog. I liked the pictures and I liked how you showed the calculations and you showed how to convert a decimal into a percent and a fraction. Good Job again Sheila!.

ReplyDeleteHi Sheila, AWESOME scribe post!! I liked that your explanations were clear and were easy to read. I liked that you took picture of your calculator to show us what you did, it was a very smart and creative idea. But I have to agree with Cindy. The way Cindy explained it was easier to understand. Your link wasn't very helpful, so here's one I found that I thought you may like:

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AWESOME JOB Sheila, keep up the GREAT work!

Good job sheila! i liked how your pictures were clear and easy to read. I also like how you took a picture of your calculator to show us what you did.

ReplyDeleteGood Job Sheila! The pictures are clear and are easy to read. Keep it up!

ReplyDeleteGREAT JOB sheila! i like your picture and i liked how you showed your work on a calculator. Your link is helpful However, on question 2 the pictures isn't very clear and sort of small but you did a great job anyways. Here is a video because you don't have one:

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keep up the good work!!

What's up, Sheila? You did a FABULOUS job on your scribe post. The solution to the questions were all explained very clearly and is very easy to understand. You added some pictures and a link which is good, but next time you should add a video, too. Also, for question 3, you said that 200 divided by 100 is 20, but it's actually 2. So you might want to fix that. It's alright though. You still did a fantastic job. Keep working hard and you'll be smart like your cousins, Irena and Serena. Good job Lam!

ReplyDeleteGood job Sheila. I understood everything you put on your scribe post.Your pictures were clear and understanding. Great job!!

ReplyDeleteGreat job Sheila! Your post looks really neat, it's easy to understand, and your pictures are all clear. I also like about taking a picture of your calculator because it really shows us what is really happening (solution) instead of just typing it down. I think you should add a video about fractions, decimals, and percents. Good job, and thank you!

ReplyDeletegood job sheila you helped me understand what you guys did when i was away keep up the good work but maybe next time add a video and i realy like your pictures of the calculators there really cool it was a neat idea -taylor

ReplyDeleteGood job Sheila, I like how explained your information very clearly and is very easy to read and understand. I like how you added pictures that go with your information.I also like how you used your calculator as a picture. You should try adding a video next time other than that great scribe post.

ReplyDeleteGood Job Sheila. You explained everything clearly and the idea with your calculator is very unique. I wish you added a video so that other will understand more

ReplyDeleteHi Sheila! Your scribe post was very neat and clear to read. The pictures were tooken very nicely. Good Job!!

ReplyDeleteGood Job Sheila. You explained everything clearly and the idea with your calculator is a very good idea. I wish you added a video so that other will understand more

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