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2.

**Shade hundred grids to represent each percent.**A)This i

s 3%

B)This is 46%

C)This is 97%

4.

**Show as repeating decimals.**A) 0.3333333 = 0.3 (with the bar on top, I can't seem to put it on top.)

B)0.4545454 = 0.45

C)0.2727272 = 0.27

6.

**Estimate each percent of a number.**I don't know how to do this so yea .

-. , if you guys could put what you did in the comment section that would be greatly appreciated.

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2. To represent a fractional percent greater than 1%, shade part of one square on a hundred grid.

4. To represent a fractional percent between 0% and 1%, shade squares from a hundred grid to show the whole numb

er and part of one square to show the fraction.

6.

**What percent is represented by each diagram if a completely shaded grid represents 100%.**A)145 and seven eights

B) 156%

C)seven twelfths

8.

**Represent the percent in each statement on a grid provided.**

A) A tax is 6 and one half percent.

Mt. Everest is about 146% the height of Mt. Logan.

Well, that's the end of my scribe post.

Good job, Kevin !

ReplyDeleteWE GOT THE SAME ANSWERS ! OH MY GOSH ! I really like your pictures. They showed the precent on it, and had color.

Keep it up !

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ReplyDeleteGood Job Kevin. I liked how you used pictures, Your pictures helped me because when I did this. I didn't make pictures. Your post had color and stands out real good, Keep up the good work!

ReplyDeleteGood job Kevin! I really liked your pictures! They had nice colour but I think you could've added a little colour in your text to highlight key points and ideas. I also don't know how to use estimation quite yet but I agree with your answers! Keep up the great work! Maybe you could have included a reminder of the homework, but I think everything was well done. Keep up the great work!

ReplyDeleteAwesome job Kevin! I really liked you photos and the use of color you had. You explained everything very well. And gave very excellent answers that were easy to read and understand. But overall very good job!

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