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    • Wednesday July 27, 2011 Hubbs Center - Math 2 Agenda and Objectives
    • Today’s Objectives:• We will discuss and correct Tuesday’s homework: place value and relating fractions and decimals• We will practice converting fractions into decimals in class and on our homework.
    • Homework Review• “Identifying Decimal Place Value” – page 84 – take our your decimal place value chart to help you.• Let’s discuss the answers for each problem, numbers 1-18.• Let’s go around the room and each person can say an answer or they can also say “pass” if they do not want to share.
    • Homework Review• “Relating Decimals and Fractions” – page 84 – take out your hundredth grids to help you.• Let’s go around the room to read off each answer. You can say “pass” if you do not wish to share.
    • Converting Fractions to DecimalsStep 1: Write the fraction as a division problem.Step 2: Write a decimal point after numerator and directly above it in the answer (quotient). Write a zero in the dividend after the decimal point. (We usually divide to three decimal places, so you may need to write three zeros, depending on the fraction you start with.)Step 3: Divide. Place a zero in the ones place of the quotient.
    • Converting Fractions to Decimals• Example: from: http://data.teacherspayteachers.com/item/Converting-Fractions-to-Decimals-Smartboard-Math-Lesson/original-69923-1.jpg
    • Practice Problems:from: math-drills.com
    • Homework:• page 75 and page 68