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    • Tuesday July 26, 2011 Hubbs Center - Math 2 Agenda and Objectives
    • Today’s Objectives:• We will discuss and review Monday’s homework: dividing fractions.• We will discuss and practice the names of place values for decimals.• We will discuss, practice, and take notes on turning fractions into decimals and rounding decimals.
    • HW Discussion:Dividing Fractions
    • Place Value Practice• 45.678 800.008 http://www.edhelper.com/Decimal_Place_Value.htm
    • Shortcut: Place Value to Fractions• six tenths• five hundredths• sixteen hundredths• twelve thousandths
    • Video• Let’s check out this video to review: – place value, – the shortcut from decimals to fractions, and – “the long way”: fractions to decimals.Video
    • Practice: Fractions to Decimals 5/6Step 1: Put the numerator inside the division sign. Put the denominator outside the division sign.Step 2: Put a decimal point and 3 zeroes next to the numerator. Put the decimal point in the answer right above the decimal in the problem.Step 3: Divide as far as 3 decimal places (or as many as the problem asks you to go to).
    • Convert: Fractions to Decimals
    • Rounding and Estimating: DecimalsSteps to Rounding a Decimal: http://www.math.com/school/subject1/lessons/S1U1L3GL.html http://www.math-drills.com/decimal.shtml