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Friday, December 21, 2012

Jaizen's Fraction Scribepost


How to divide fractions using multiplication,

First step: put the fraction question top to bottom like this,

Wrong way: 1    .    1
                     -    --   -
                     4    .    3
Correct way1
                       4
                       1
                       3
 Second Step: you have to flip 1 into 3  then multiply 1 with 3
                                                 3        1                         4         1
Example: 1    3
                4 x 1
                1    3
                3 x 1

 Third Step: multiply 1 with 3 and 4 with 1 and the answer will become 3
             4
Example: 1    3    3

                4 x 1 = 4

                1    3

                3 x 1
 If you don't understand here some questions from page 70 on the home work booklet.
 7a) 5  .  2
       -  --  -
       8  .  3
Answer: 
              5    3    15
              8 x 2 = 16
              2    3
              3 x 2
7b) 7   .     2
          -- 4 3
           .
Answer: 
              7      3      21        7
              1   x 14 = 14 or 114
              14     3
               3  x 14
7c)  5    .   7
     1-  -- -
       6    .  12 
Answer: 
              11   12    132            6
              6  x 7  =  42   or   3 42
              7     12
              12 x 7

Thursday, December 20, 2012

Marco's Pay it Forward

Part 1: 
What is "Pay it Forward"?  
Pay it Forward is an act of kindness for people who don't expect it and expect nothing in return. Pay it Forward starts with you and the person you ask passes the kindness that you did on to somebody else, and that process goes on, and on, and on. It shows how little things can be something big for other people in ways you can't imagine. It can spread from a small area to a larger area and make change in people's lives.



Part 2
: 
What was your Pay It Forward act of kindness?  

My pay it forward act of kindness was shoveling people's walkways, especially the older people's walkways, ones that cannot do it themselves.


Why did you choose this activity?
I chose this activity because I knew it will help the people who cant shovel their own walkways or sidewalks because I see old men/women having difficulty everyday in my street. It's really heartbreaking.
 
Who did you help?
I helped the people who let me shovel their walkways. I asked the older people first because they were for me more important..


What did you do?
What I did was shovel my whole street. The next thing I did was ask my neighbors if can shovel their walkways and if they said yes, I quickly shoveled their stairs and walkway. Some of them tried paying me, but I said no because I wanted to look like a really nice boy to my neighbors.


When did you do you act of kindness?
I did this on November 27, 2012 when it there was a lot of snow in my street. So I thought of my neighbors and Payed it Forward.

Part 3:

How did your act of kindness go?
My act of kindness went great! It was very tiring and exhausting, but it made me happy, thinking of how great full my neighbors were. Them telling me that I'm the nicest boy they've seen made my whole year.


What Happened?
Not much happened during my act of kindness. Everything went well until my back started hurting. It was a minor pain so I kept going.

How did you feel?
I felt proud of myself being known as a nice boy in my street. I have made a lot of people happy that day.

How did the person or people react?
They were really surprised! They never expected someone offering them to shovel their walkways. Seeing the smile on people's faces made my year! Hurting my back and almost freezing to death was worth it!


Did you ask the person or people to "Pay It Forward"?
Yes I did. I that I did something to make a little change in your life. And for me, a little change is enough. So I told them to do the same for other people. It's amazing how doing something little can make people really happy.


How did they react to your request?
I told them to do the same for other people. Change their lives, make them happy, and feel good about yourself. There are people out there that are struggling and in need of help. They were really pleased with my request. They said that they'll try to do their best to make change in people's lives.



Part 4:  
Why is the idea of "Pay it Forward" important?  
It's very important because it can change people's lives. Ones that can actually change, ones that are willing to change. If everybody does this, I bet there will be less crime in this world, less people being killed/murdered, and less people doing bad things.


Has your act of kindness made a difference?
I'm pretty sure it did because I have put a smile on people's faces. People who maybe only smiled once in a while probably became happier than they are now. It's amazing how little things can be big for some people. I would like to do this again if I had another chance.

Ronn's Pay It Forward


Part 1
What is "Pay it Forward". To complete this part please edit and revise the paragraphs that you wrote after watching the movie.  
Pay it forward is a chain of kindness that spreads around to other people, and you would have to do something that helps a person that needed help.
Part 2
What was your Pay It Forward act of kindness?
I shoveled snow for my Moms Friends house.
Why did you choose this activity?
I chose this activity because it was to help people who couldn't shovel snow or for people who didn't have time for example people who can't shovel snow are elderly, people who didn't have time are people who have jobs. 
Who did you help?
I help my Moms Friends.
What did you do?
I shoveled snow around their area.
When did you do you act of kindness?
I did it December, 15 2012 in the morning.

You need to document your act of kindness.  Please make sure you have a photo or video of you "Paying It forward".

Part 3
How did your act of kindness go?
Went really well and great.
What Happened?
I shoveled snow.
How did you feel?
I felt really good that I helped people.
How did the person or people react?
They were really happy and appreciated how I helped them.
Did you ask the person or people to "Pay It Forward"?
No, I did not.
How did they react to your request
If you did not ask the person to "Pay It Forward" how come?
They were a family that had a lot of stuff to do and I thought they wouldn't have time for it.

Part 4
Why is the idea of "Pay it Forward" important?
It is important because it is like a chance that you have to help people in need.
Has your act of kindness made a difference?
It didn't make a lot of difference to other people but it did to the people I helped.

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Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Kyle's Pay It Forward

Part 1
What is "Pay it forward"? 
Pay it forward" is the concept of asking the beneficiary of a good deed to repay it to others instead of to the original benefactor. It is helping others and not expecting anything that is given back to them but they expect it to pass it on to 3 other people that will also pay it forward and costing a whole chain reaction of good kindness to other people.

Part 2
What was your Pay It Forward act of kindness?
For my Pay It Forward, I shoveled snow on 4 houses that the owners cant do themselves and told them to Pay it Forward

Why did you choose this activity?
I chose this activity because i think that it is one of the helpful things that a young person like us can do for the older people who are in pain and need help with a couple of things.

Who did you help? 
I helped my neighbour's that are old and cannot shovel their house by themselves.  I only got one name out of all the people that I got and her name was Maria
What did you do?
Me and my dad shoveled 4 of the houses that the owner cant do themselves because of age
When did you do you act of kindness?
I did this act of kindness on December 15th

Part 3
How did your act of kindness go?
My act of kindness went well, some elders were scared but felt a little comfortable with us after doing the favor of paying it forward.
What Happened?
Some of the elders watched us and laughed at us as i sometimes would slip.  Some people tried to pay us but we just gave the money back and say to pay it forward to someone else.
How did you feel?
I felt like good because it was my first time doing good deeds to other people that need help.  It felt like i kind of had a relief of me thinking i was always a bad kid but after this. I felt that I wasn't just that.
How did the person or people react?
Some of the people ask if i was doing this for school or am i doing this because i want to.  They were surprised that they saw me shovel and not get payed.
Did you ask the person or people to "Pay It Forward"?
I told 2 out of the 4 houses i have been on to pay it forward because they were asking what it was for and the other 2 closed the door on us and never opened again.
How did they react to your request?
Some of them felt scared but also some of them was really happy to see us shovel it

Part 4
Why is the idea of "Pay it Forward" important?
The idea of pay it forward is really important because it can cost a whole chain reaction of people doing it and it may change some of the peoples life and show them to pay it forward.
Has your act of kindness made a difference?
My act made a difference to some of the houses i have visited to because they put more trust to their neighbours and also one of them came to my house and thanked me and said they payed it forward










Kiara's Dividing Integer Scribepost

Rules on Dividing Integers.

1. The product of two integers with the same sign is positive, but if there is an even amount of negative integers, the product is positive.

2. The product of two integers with different signs is negative, but if there is an odd amount of negative integers, the product is negative.

Examples:








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Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Kyle's Integer Scribepost

8.3 Exploring Integer Division
Pages 94 and 95, Questions 1,2,3,4,5.

Draw a line of the model in Column A to the matching integer division statement in Column B
1,2,3


4) Use the diagrams to complete each division statements
     a) 12 ÷ 6= 2

      b) 15 ÷ 3= +5
 

       c) 8 ÷ 4= 2














Monday, December 17, 2012

Neil's Pay it Forward

Part 1
Pay it Forward is a chain of "act of kindness." People helping one another within the community. People you help, passing on the message to "pay it forward". 

Part 2
What was your Pay It Forward act of kindness?
My pay it forward act of kindness was shoveling people's walkways/stairs.  

Why did you choose this activity?
I chose these activities because I think It'll help a lot and give less of a hard time to the people I helped especially the elderly.

Who did you help?
I helped a married couple  named Frank and Amber to shovel they're walkway and stairs.
 What did you do?
  I was shoveling around my area.

When did you do you act of kindness?
I did this when i got home from school today.
You need to document your act of kindness.  Please make sure you have a photo or video of you "Paying It forward".
Part 3
How did your act of kindness go?
My act of kindness went great, it was very tiring but it was worth putting smiles on peoples faces. 
What Happened?
Nothing to exciting happened during my act of kindness, it just  went smooth sailing from the start to the finish.

How did you feel?
I felt proud of myself helping out one another in a great way to help the community. It was a great experience to to see people happy and enjoy what we've done or them. 

How did the person or people react?
Amber, one of the people's houses we shoveled we're shocked, she asked me how much I charged and when I told them about the "Pay it Forward" they were basically blown away with what they were hearing. they were delighted for me to shovel they're walkway. they were a very nice people to  to help out.

Did you ask the person or people to "Pay It Forward"?
Yes, I asked them to pay it forward and they were confused at what i was telling them to do it. 

How did they react to your request?
I  told them to pass on the act of kindness I  gave to them. They understood, they told me that they will try her best to participate  in our "Pay it forward" activity.
Part 4
Why is the idea of "Pay it Forward" important?
It's very important because it's our chance to do something nice and helpful to the community, and help out others who are struggling in their own lives.

Has your act of kindness made a difference?
put a smile on these people's faces to make them feel happy and important, one day maybe they'll do the same as I did for them. I influenced one of the people we helped to try to participate in this great activity we did!

Everything Jasmine Knows about Fractions

Sunday, December 16, 2012

Faith's Integer Scribepost

Homework Book
8.2 Multiplying Integers    Pg.92-93
Questions 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

4.Write the multiplication statement shown on each diagram.

5. Draw a number line to determine each product.

6. Determine each product using the sign rules.

7. Estimate and then calculate.

8. Joshua spilled juice on his assignment. Fill in the integers that got smudged.

Here's a video to help you on multiplying integers better:

Kristina's Integer Scribepost

Homework Booklet:
8.3 Exploring Integer Division
Pages 94 and 95, Questions 1,2,3,4,5.

 Draw a line from the model in Column A to the matching integer division statement in Column B.













4) Use the diagrams to complete each division statements.





















5) Use the Diagram below each question to solve both statements.




























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Saturday, December 15, 2012

Jullenne's Dividing Integers Scribepost


Math Notes:

Sign Law:

The product of two integers with the same sign is or an even amount of ( - ) signs.

The product of two integers with different signs is or an odd amount of ( - ) signs is ( - ).




































































Here is a game you could play, to understand dividing integers more easily.

Thursday, December 13, 2012

Jaizen's Proportion Post

Part 1)
Rate: Compares two quantities measured in different units.
Example:

Ratio: The quantitative relation between two amounts showing the number of times one walue contained within the other 
Example:


Blue car's to Red car
2:1


Proportion: A part, shape, or number considerd in comparative relation in a whole
Example:


Part 2)

  • 5 hours to travel 360 kilometers is about _____km/h.

  • 72 Kilometers/Hours

  • Emma saves 28 cents of every dollar that she earns. Emma earned $75 last week. How much money did Emma save last week?


  • Part 3)
    Underline is answer

       What are the three ways you can prove that equivalent ratio statements are true?
    3/4 = 12/16 or 4/9 = 16/32

                                                   3 These are the three ways for  4
    Here is all 3 of the diagrams:
     
    Cross method:

    Horizontal method:
    Baseball method:

    Part 4)
    Title: Solving Proportions - YourTeacher.com - Math Help

    http://youtu.be/P_aQPxr2G_4

    Part 5)



  • Does this seem fair?
  • No because he was homeless and he needed the money to survive and he also told the turth. 


  • With what you know about proportion look and read what is in the image above. Does it seem just and fair?
  • No it is not fair, because Roy stole little money and Paul stole 3 billion dollars and was sent in prison .


  • Why have you made this choice?
  •   Because Pual stole 3 billion dollar and was sent in prison for 40 years and Roy stole 100 dollars and was sent to jail for 15 years.


  • What would you have done if you were the judge
  • I would give Paul R. Allen a longer time in prison and give Roy Bown a sorter time and put him in jail.




    Gabbey's Integers Scribepost




       I think it's wrong, because if you multiply (-5) with a negative integer, you'll get a positive product. Whenever you multiply a negative integer with another, you'll get a positive product, and if you multiply a negative with a positive, you'll get a negative product. 

     
    A- (+2) x (+4) = (+8)                B - (+3) x (-5) = (-15)                                                          


    A)


    B)




    A) (+10) x (+4) = (+40)   B) (+6) x (-5) = (-30)     C) (-7) x (+5) = (-35)       D) (-8) x (-4) = (+32)

    Kathleen's Integer Scribepost

    8.2 Page 296 Questions 1, 3, 5 and 7

    1.) Darcy modeled (+7) x (+3)  on a number line by drawing seven arrows. Ishnan modeled (+7) x (+3) on a number line by drawing only three arrows. Explain Ishnan's thinking.

    Darcy did 7 groups of 3 while Ishnan did 3 groups of 7. It still works because the product is the same and Ishnan just "switched" the two numbers. 

    3.) Without doing any calculations, Wei said that -19 and +27 have the same product as +19 and -27. How did she know?

    5.) What multiplication statement does each diagram represent? 



    a.) 2 x (-6) = -12
    2 groups of negative 6 equals negative 12

    b.) 4 x 4 = 16
    4 groups of  4 equals 16



    7.) Determine each product.

    a.) (+4) x (-7) = -28
    4 groups of -7

    b.) (+2) x (+9) = 18
    2 groups of 9


    Still don't get it? Click on one of  the videos below!


















    Wednesday, December 12, 2012

    Everything John Knows About Fractions

    John's Proportion Post

    Part 1

    Ratioscomparison of two quantities.
    Example:         
    Doughnuts : Breadsticks 3:4
    Breadsticks : Doughnuts 4:3
                    Rate- compares two quantities measured in different units.
       Example - 1.69 per 100g or 1.69/100g   is a rate for purchasing bulk food
     - 72 beats/min is a "heart rate"

    Example  
                                                                John runs 200 meters in 30 seconds




    Proportion- is two equivalents -fractions
                                                       -ratios
                                                       -rates



    Part 2

    5 hours to travel 150 kilometres is about 30 km/h.



    Part 3









    Part 5

    1) Does this seem fair? 
    No of course it's not. Even though robbing is illegal. I think the time he's given is way to much, 15 years over 100$ is ridiculous!
    2) With what you know about proportion look and read what is in the image above. Does this seem fair? 
    No but yes at the same time. That was his choice to rob the bank, but he only took 100$ and confessed the day after, He was desprate. Though robbing is illegal he shouldn't of gotten 15 years for 100$. 
    3) Why have you made this choice?
    I have made this choice because..... It is really not fair! (for the homeless man). The homeless man did not need to stay in jail for 15 years for stealing $100 from the bank. It's really unfair having to see a homeless man be in jail for 15 years for stealing $100 (which is still bad), and seeing a CEO who stole 3 billion dollars and staying in jail for only 40 months (3 years and 4 months). The homeless man clearly had a good reason to tell the teller why he was stealing, then the next day he volunteered/confessed himself to the police, he even said that he wasn't raised the way to steal.
    4) What would you have done if you were the judge?
    If I was the judge I would've gave him maybe 5 months, because he was in need and was desprate. And because he confessed the day after. For the man who stole 3 billion dollars only getting 3 years, i would've gave HIM the 15 years. That idiot deserves it. 

    PART 6




    1) First of all, you have to measure the length and width of the traffic box. I took a ruler and measured the length and width of it.  9 cm length , 7 cm width .I multiplied them both and got 63.
    63 peaches would fit into the box.
     

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