What is a good definition of percent? You should use words symbols, pictures and numerical examples in your definition. (suggestion gliffy is an excellent tool for adding detail to your definition.)

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Question 2

How are three fifths (3/5), 3:2, 60% and 0.6 all the same? Use pictures and words to show your answer.

Question 3

Show 3 different ways to find 35% of 80. (bubbleshare is an excellent tool to animate the many different ways of finding these answer).

Question 4

Find a link to blogs that deal with percentages. Leave a comment behind and add the link with a review (What the post was talking about....yes you have to read the post and why others should read the post) Hint In the side bar there are links to other schools. Three of them have done work on percentages!

this is the post i left a comment on : http://linden8m.blogspot.com/

This post shows you how to convert a percent to a decimal, decimal to percent and percent to fraction. It is explained very clearly for you to understand how to convert a percent.

Question 5

The principal announced that 50% of the children in Ms. Stanzi's class met their reading goal for the month and that 55% of the children in Ms Lowrey's class met their reading goal for the month. Ms Stanzi said that a greater number of her students met their reading goal. Could Ms Stanzi be correct? Why or Why not.

Ms. Stanzi can be correct or can't be correct. It all depends on exactly how many students are in the class. If Ms. Stanzi's has 20 and Ms. Lowrey's has 40. Ms. Stanzi has 50% of her students that met their goal, so that's 10 students out of 20. Ms. Lowrey has 55% of her students that met their goal, so that's 22 students out of 40. In this case, Ms. Stanzi is not correct, since she has only 10 out of 20 students that met their goal and Ms. Lowrey has 22 out of 40 that met their goal.

Now if we turn the numbers around and make Ms. Stanzi's class have 40 and Ms. Lowrey's class have 20. Ms. Stanzi would be correct about having more students that met their goal.

Question 6

Use a hundred grid (unit square) to illustrate the following questions. Once you have explained and illustrated what the question means solve it.

a) 16 is 40% of what number?

-We're trying to find 40% of some number is 16. In order to answer this question. We first need to find what 1% of this number then multiply the value of 1% by 100.

b) What is 120% of 30?

Alright... Here are the posts that I've marked

Mine: http://817math.blogspot.com/2006/12/jakes-percentage-growing-post.html

http://817math.blogspot.com/2006/12/rinas-growing-post.html

http://817math.blogspot.com/2006/12/shawns-percentage-growing-post.html

How are three fifths (3/5), 3:2, 60% and 0.6 all the same? Use pictures and words to show your answer.

Question 3

Show 3 different ways to find 35% of 80. (bubbleshare is an excellent tool to animate the many different ways of finding these answer).

Question 4

Find a link to blogs that deal with percentages. Leave a comment behind and add the link with a review (What the post was talking about....yes you have to read the post and why others should read the post) Hint In the side bar there are links to other schools. Three of them have done work on percentages!

this is the post i left a comment on : http://linden8m.blogspot.com/

This post shows you how to convert a percent to a decimal, decimal to percent and percent to fraction. It is explained very clearly for you to understand how to convert a percent.

Question 5

The principal announced that 50% of the children in Ms. Stanzi's class met their reading goal for the month and that 55% of the children in Ms Lowrey's class met their reading goal for the month. Ms Stanzi said that a greater number of her students met their reading goal. Could Ms Stanzi be correct? Why or Why not.

Ms. Stanzi can be correct or can't be correct. It all depends on exactly how many students are in the class. If Ms. Stanzi's has 20 and Ms. Lowrey's has 40. Ms. Stanzi has 50% of her students that met their goal, so that's 10 students out of 20. Ms. Lowrey has 55% of her students that met their goal, so that's 22 students out of 40. In this case, Ms. Stanzi is not correct, since she has only 10 out of 20 students that met their goal and Ms. Lowrey has 22 out of 40 that met their goal.

Now if we turn the numbers around and make Ms. Stanzi's class have 40 and Ms. Lowrey's class have 20. Ms. Stanzi would be correct about having more students that met their goal.

Question 6

Use a hundred grid (unit square) to illustrate the following questions. Once you have explained and illustrated what the question means solve it.

a) 16 is 40% of what number?

-We're trying to find 40% of some number is 16. In order to answer this question. We first need to find what 1% of this number then multiply the value of 1% by 100.

b) What is 120% of 30?

Alright... Here are the posts that I've marked

Mine: http://817math.blogspot.com/2006/12/jakes-percentage-growing-post.html

http://817math.blogspot.com/2006/12/rinas-growing-post.html

http://817math.blogspot.com/2006/12/shawns-percentage-growing-post.html

## 4 comments:

good job! i think you deserve 65/65 everything was well done and your picture were amazing! =)keep up the good work.

Setup

5/5

Comments: I have it all labeled, titled and coloured.

Question 1

10/10

Comments: I have a numerical example, a symbol and a picture. I used Gliffy and I did it pretty well.

Question 2

9/10

Comments: I have it done well and it's complete. I'm not sure if you would call "all the values are equivalent using pictures" the way I did it.

Question 3

10/10

Comments: I showed 3 ways to answer the question and I used bubbleshare.

Question 4

5/5

Comments: I left a comment on the link I put up and I talked about it .

Question 5

10/10

Comments: I showed the answer, why and why not, I used Gliffy and it's done well.

Question 6

15/15

Comments: I've done my answers on Bubbleshare and I illustrated my answers.

Overall Mark

64/65

Overall Comment for the Growing Post: I would have to say... Good Job Jake! You did well...

Setup

5/5

Comments:Your post is labeled and titled correctly.

Question 1

10/10

Comments:You answered the question correctly and you have an numerical example, a symbol and a picture.

Question 2

10/10

Comments:You've shown how the values are all equivalent by using images and by using the suggested tools. I like how you used those eyecatching colours! Good Job!

Question 3

10/10

Comments:You showed 3 ways to answer the question and you used good detailed pictures to explain your answer.

Question 4

5/5

Comments:You've left a good comment behind, you have a link that works that is pasted to your post and you have a review of the post.

Question 5

10/10

Comments:You've answered the question correctly and you've explained why and why can't the statement can or cannot be true. You made good pictures using gliffy to make detailed answers and explanations.

Question 6

13/15

Comments:You've answered both questions correctly and you have used images to explain your answer, but you should say why you know your answer is correct (ex. using decimals)

Overall Mark

63/65

Overall Comment for the Growing Post: Jake.. my friend HAHA!! You did a Very Good job on your post. I see that you have put a lot of effort into it, especially your pictures. You have very good detail and I would come to you for help if I was really having trouble because you know what you are doing. GREAT JOB!!

Setup

5/5

Comments: everything is complete.

Question 1

10/10

Comments: you have everything that is required.

Question 2

9/10

Question 3

10/10

Question 4

5/5

Comments: you left a comment, a link, and a review about the post.

Question 5

10/10

Comments: everything is explained, answered correctly, & all the things that were required are there.

Question 6

13.5/15

Overall Mark

62.5/65

Overall Comment for the Growing Post: Good job on the post jake. You have good explanations and details.

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