Question 1

Question 1

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.)

(if the pictures don't work, click the link)

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

They are all the same because they are all equivalent to eachother.

**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.

They are all the same because they are all equivalent to eachother.

**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!

http://linden8m.blogspot.com/2006/12/more-on-decimals-percents-and-fractions.html

^^is a post i commented on. This post talked about decimals, percents, and fractions. You should look at this post if you want to learn how to convert decimals to percents, percents to decimals and percents to fractions.

**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.

**There's 2 ways of answering this question.**

**1)**Ms.Stanzi

*might*, be right if she has a

*greater*amount of students than Ms.Lowrey. It doesn't really matter on how many students Ms.Lowrey may have (in percents); Ms. Stanzi's class will always have a greater amount of students that met their reading goals.

**2)**My second answer is that Ms.Stanzi

*might*also be right if she has the same number of students in her class as Ms.Lowrey.If it were, then Ms.Lowrey's class would have a greater amount of students who reached their reading goal. It would be so because 55% is obviously larger than 50%

**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?

40 stands for the number of squares shaded in. the 16 stands for how much the 40 squares are worth. The first thing we do is we put these numbers into a fraction = 16/40 . Then we divide 16 by 40 which would equal 0.40 (1 square or 1%). After that we multiply 0.40 by 100 which equals 40. The whole unit square is worth 40.

**b)**What is 120% of 30?

If we were to put this in a fraction, the numerator will be larger than the denominator because 120% is bigger than 100%. First we find 1% or 1 square by dividing 100 by 30 which is 0.3. We then multiply 1.20 by 1% (0.3) which equals to 36. 120% of 30 is 36/30.

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## 4 comments:

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5/5

Comments: You titled and labeled everything correctly.

Question 1

10/10

Comments: You explained what a percent is very clearly.

Question 2

9.89/10

Comments: Some of the text was too small for me to read, but maybe thats just my eyes, so i added an extra .89.

Question 3

10/10

Comments: You used bubbleshare effectively.

Question 4

5/5

Comments: You told me what the post you commented on was about, and now i want to go on it and relearn how to CONVERT percents to decimals and fractions, and decimals to percents and fractions, and fractions to decimals and percents. BRAVO !

Question 5

9/10

Question 6

15/15

Overall Mark

63.11/65

Overall Comment for the Growing Post

Setup

5/5

Comments:i have everything that is required.

Question 1

10/10

Comments:i think i explained it clearly

Question 2

9/10

Comments:I think i could have improved by maybe making the font bigger so its easier to read.

Question 3

10/10

Comments: I think i did well.

Question 4

4/5

Comments: I siad everything that was required but i think i can make it better by saying something i learned.

Question 5

9/10

Question 6:

13/15

Overall Mark

60/65

Setup

5/5

Comments:well organized good use of gliffy and bubble share!

Question 1

10/10

Comments:good job, the gliffy picture really helped!

Question 2

10/10

Comments: really good bubble share the images explained more

Question 3

10/10

Comments:good job your explanations were clear.

Question 4

5/5

Comments: good choice, your summary wasn't that bad either

Question 5

7/10

comment:your missing the pictures, just like everyone else, I dont think anyone put a

picture for this questions

Question 6

15/15

comment: good job you really had good ways of finding the answer.

Overall Mark

58/65

For your first growing post I think you did a great job, just remember my comment for

question 5, everything else is really good.

-jaymie- =) GOOD JOB!

Setup

5/5

Comments:Your title is labeled correctly. Nice images.

Question 1

10/10

Comments:You explained the definition of percent really well.

Question 2

9/10

Comments:good use of the wikitool(bubbleshare), but you could put the lettering a little bigger.

Question 3

10/10

Comments:You explained how to find 35% of 80 with detail so it was easy to understand.

Question 4

4/5

Comments:You had a link which directed to where you commented.

You should have put more detail explaining what the post was about.

Question 5

7/10

Comments:I like that you answered the question in two ways. Nice use of bubbeshare.

Question 6

15/15

Comments:Great deatil explaining how you got the answers.

Overall Mark:

60/65

Overall Comment for the Growing Post:Great use of the wikitools. Try to make the lettering a little bigger on the images so they will be easier to read. Awesome Job!

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