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### 7-26-11

1. 1. Tuesday July 26, 2011 Hubbs Center - Math 2 Agenda and Objectives
2. 2. 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.
3. 3. HW Discussion:Dividing Fractions
4. 4. Place Value Practice• 45.678 800.008 http://www.edhelper.com/Decimal_Place_Value.htm
5. 5. Shortcut: Place Value to Fractions• six tenths• five hundredths• sixteen hundredths• twelve thousandths
6. 6. Fraction - Decimal - Word Match-Up• I will say a fraction out loud, and I want you to write both the fraction and the decimal on your paper.• Example: four tenths – 4/10 – 0.4
7. 7. 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
8. 8. Homework:• page 84 and page 86
9. 9. 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).
10. 10. Convert: Fractions to Decimals
11. 11. Rounding and Estimating: DecimalsSteps to Rounding a Decimal: http://www.math.com/school/subject1/lessons/S1U1L3GL.html http://www.math-drills.com/decimal.shtml