QUESTION 3

To find out which fraction is larger, you have to do each step. First, is 1/2. half of 60 is 30, so we already have 30 minutes. 1/6 of an hour is 10 minutes because 60 divided by 6 is 10. so 10+30=40 minutes.

QUESTION 4

In the next question, there's a 1/4, so 1/4 of an hour is 15 minutes. Then 7/12 of an hour is 60 divided into 12 equal sections. One of the sections would = 5 min. so 7 5's is 35. 35+15=50.

50 is larger than 40, therefore the second question is larger.

QUESTION 4

QUESTION 5

The strategies that Liezl and I have used, are that we divided 60 by whatever # to get which km we have to mark at. We also used a picture to determine which mark goes where, we kinda had to ..

QUESTION 7

QUESTION 7

For the km markers on every twelfth, sixth and third, we just divided 60 into 12, 6, and 3 sections, then we put a marking for each of the sections.

A pattern that i realise, is that there is a km marker, on every number on the 5 times table. I think i did it wrong on the chart.

A pattern that i realise, is that there is a km marker, on every number on the 5 times table. I think i did it wrong on the chart.

QUESTION 6

http://pbskids.org/cyberchase/games/equivalentfractions/index.html

I think this site it cool ! It teaches you about equvalent fractions. It tells you to pick a fraction or a picture, then you have to find something equivalent to that, whether it's a picture or a fraction!

http://pbskids.org/cyberchase/games/equivalentfractions/index.html

I think this site it cool ! It teaches you about equvalent fractions. It tells you to pick a fraction or a picture, then you have to find something equivalent to that, whether it's a picture or a fraction!

QUESTION 8

Two different ways to find a quarter of 16 is to divide 16 by 4 which would = 4. To get 3/4 of 16, you can just subtract 4 from 16, since 3/4 if subtracting 1/4. If 16 is the whole, subtracting 1/4 would make it 12. Another way is to draw a picture.

QUESTION 9

QUESTION 10/

*Self Evaluation*Title: 1/1

Label: 1/1

Question 3: 5/5

Question 4&5: 3/3

Question 6: 5/5

Question 7: 2/3

Question 8: 4/5

Question 9: 5/5

Question 10: 7/7

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title: 1/1

label: 1/1

question 3: 5/5

question 4&5: 2/3

question 6: 5/5

question 7: 3/3

question 8: 4/5

question 9: 5/5

question 10: 7/7

TOTAL: 33/35

comments;

I really liked your pictures of the clocks, it looks very well drawn, and they explain the answers really well. You need some improvement on finding out other strategies on certain questions. Overall, everything's good.

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