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# Internet Version Percent And Decimal

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• 1. Objective: I will be able to change fractions into percents and decimals. I will complete three out of four problems on the exit slip. <br />Warm Up & Announcements (20 min)<br />Test Taking Strategy #2 and #3 (5 min)<br />What is a “Percent”? (5 min)<br />Fractions to Percents (10 min)<br />Percent Word Problems (25)<br />Estimate to Eliminate (10 min)<br />HW (15 min)<br />Fractions and Percents to Decimals (20 min)<br />Race (5)<br />Exit Slip (15)<br />
• 2. 02/18/10 Warm Up<br />Complete the Exit Slip and tape in your homework to L3.<br />L4<br />
• 3. Announcements<br />____________ every day (Except Tuesday) <br /> from 3:10- _______<br />Detentions<br />CAHSEE Prep on Saturday from 10 to 2<br />Tutoring<br />4:10<br />
• 4. Test Taking Strategy #2<br />Underline all<br />important information!<br />Test Taking Strategy #3<br />Estimate to Eliminate<br />
• 5. Percents and Decimals<br />What is a Percent?<br />Century<br />100 Years<br />Centipede<br />100 Legs<br />Cent<br />100 in a Dollar<br />Percent<br />Out of 100<br />PorCiento<br />
• 6. Find the equivalent fraction and the percent<br />25<br />25<br />___ <br />100<br />___ <br />100<br />___ <br />100<br />___ <br />100<br />1<br />4<br />2<br />5<br />8_<br />10<br />36<br />50<br />80<br />=<br />=<br />=<br />=<br />80<br /><ul><li> %
• 7. %
• 8. %
• 9. %</li></ul>72<br />72<br />40<br />40<br />
• 10. What will this look on the CAHSEE?<br />___ <br />100<br />4<br />5<br />=<br /><ul><li> %</li></li></ul><li>What if it looks like this on the CAHSEE?<br />7<br />16<br />___ <br />=<br /><ul><li> %</li></ul>42<br />42<br />Estimate to Eliminate!<br />96<br />
• 11. Estimate these percentages<br />63<br />63<br />99<br />___ <br />___ <br />___ <br />___ <br />7<br />11<br />5<br />6<br />7_<br />12<br />30<br />52<br />60<br />=<br />=<br />=<br />=<br />60<br /><ul><li> %
• 12. %
• 13. %
• 14. %</li></ul>104<br />
• 15. Homework <br />Practice!<br /><ul><li>3 out of 4 Rule
• 16. Underline Important Information
• 17. Estimate to Eliminate</li></li></ul><li>How can we find the decimal?<br /> 87<br />100<br />= 0.87<br />Think<br />MONEY!<br /> 32<br />100<br />= 0.32<br /> 61<br />100<br />= 0.61<br /> 2_<br />100<br />= 0.02<br />
• 18. What will this look on the CAHSEE?<br />___ <br />100<br /> 6<br />20<br />=<br />30<br />0.30<br />
• 19. What if it looks like this on the CAHSEE?<br />___ <br />96<br />3<br />8<br />=<br />36<br />Estimate<br />to Eliminate!<br />0.36<br />
• 20. Fill in this Chart<br />17<br />100<br />0.34<br />34%<br />
• 21. <ul><li>You CAN use your notes
• 22. You canNOT talk</li></ul>Exit Slip!<br />