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Wednesday, 16 August 2017

David Measuring mates

                                               WALT -  Measure accurately and to find the difference between two                           numbers 
I had to measures stuff and find the difference between both of the measurement.

How to find the difference between two number

   
Hi In this video I keep on tricking you and after the video but this is how you find the differences between two number. Please read below

This is what I was meant to say:
8.5-3.6=4.6
8.5-3=5
5.5-9=4.6

Thursday, 27 July 2017

David Add/Sub decimal numbers E7 - Place value partitioning


WALT -  Use reversibility to solve addition and subtraction problems                           that include tenths and hundredths. 




We had to solve problems that was base decimal. The way I solve the problem was subtraction and addition.

Thursday, 22 June 2017

Dika 12

 This is what we did since it start. This is what I did today. Today we started to cut wood and I cut 2 pieces. My co partner fought I could not do it properly but I did it better than them. The wood we use was pdf.


Thursday, 8 June 2017

Mixture of problems

                                             WALT -  Identify the equation to solve the problem

Thursday, 1 June 2017

David Place value - tenths

WALT -  Identify and uses tenths to make numbers
This week I had to identify decimal and learn how to expand big decimal numbers. 


Decimal fractions

Place value practice with tenths

We are learning to use tenths

Example: Fill in your worksheet as shown

Example: 345.6

100
10
1
3
4
5
6

Expanded number: 300 + 40 + 5 + 6/10

Exercise 1


What to do
  1. Fill in your worksheet
  2. Then expand your number

1) 34.5 (2) 8.7 (3) 2.1

4) 18.9 (5) 23.8 (6) 1.6

7) 0.5 (8) 0.2 (9) 3.9

10) 15.2 (11) 15 (12) 674

13) 1023 (14) 1045.6 (15) 300.1

16) 89.4 (17) 0.9 (18) 0.3

19) 104.3 (20) 100.5












Question
1000
100
10
1
Expanded number
1.


3
4
5
3 tens, 4 ones and 5 tenths
2



8
7
8 ones and 7 tenths
3



2
1
2 ones and 1 tenths
4


1
8
9
1 tens, 8 ones and 9 tenths
5


2
3
8
2 tens, 3 ones and 8 tenths
6



1
6
1 ones and 6 tenths

7



0
5
0 ones and 5 tenths
8



0
2
0 ones and 2 tenths
9



3
9
3 ones and 9 tenths

10


1
5
2
1 tens, 5 ones and 2 tenths
11


1
5
0
1 tens and 5 ones
12

6
7
4

6 hundred, 7 tens and 4 ones
13
1
0
2
3

1 thousand, 0 hundred, 2 tens and 3 ones
14
1
0
4
5
6
1 thousands, 0 hundred, 4 tens, 5 ones 6 tenth
15

3
0
0
1
3 hundred, 0 tens, 0 ones and 1 tenths
16


8
9
4
8 tens, 9 ones and 4 tenths
17



0
9
0 ones and 9 tenths
18



0
3
0 ones  and 3 tenths
19

1
0
4
3
1  hundred, 0 tens, 4 ones and 3 tenths
20

1
0
0
5
1 hundred, 0 tens, 0 ones and 5 tenths






Exercise 2


What to do:
Write the expanded numbers as a decimal fraction


Question
100
10
1
1/10
Decimal fraction
A
4

3

403.0
B

8
9

89.0
C
2
3
4
6
234.6
D
3

6

306.0
E





F

7

1
70.1
G
6



600.0
H


3
8
3.8
I
8
2
4
5
824.5
J
3

1

301.0
K
2
3
5
9
235.9




Exercise 3
Underline the tenths in each question

1)  34.6 (2) 78 (3) 345.9

4)  1234.6 (5) 67.9 (6) 0.012

7)  59.345 (8) 12345.8 (9) 456.67

10)  12.89 (11) 0.897 (12) 21.21


Exercise 4
Highlight the digit in the tens place

1) 24 741 (2) 18 932 (3) 78.043

4) 567.15 (5) 4536. 407


Exercise 5

Add one tenth () to each of these numbers

1)  0.8 (2) 0.4 (3) 12.1

4) 24.5 (5) 12.7 (6) 168.5

7)  2145.3 (8) 1.0 (9) 24.0



Exercise 6

Take one tenth () from each of these numbers

1) 39.5 (2) 32.0 (3)123.6

4) 0.79 (5)45.5 (6)56.0

7) 286. 1 (8) 39.0 (9)8.1

10) 478.20