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which one do you think it is? :) Remember that you can change 10/7 to a MIXED fraction
I think it's D, but I'm not sure.
If it was a mixed fraction it would be 1 1/7.
I mean 1 3/7.
yep! :) So that means we need to look for 1 3/7 on the number line :) 1 3/7 is LARGER than 1 right? So which graph do you think is correct?
So we can get rid of C and A.
It would be B. Because that's the closest to 1 3/7, right?
Can you help me with two more please? (:
Any ideas for the first question? Hint: -1/3 = -0.33333.... -2/5 = -0.4
I feel like it would be -1/3 because 0.33333 keeps going, but -0.4 doesn't.
what would be?.... o.o? Remember, you're meant to fill the box with either a "<" , "= " or ">" sign. So is -0.33 > -0.4 ? Or is -0.33 = -0.4 ? Is this true -0.33 < -0.4 ?
I think it would be false.
hmm. What number is larger... -0.33 or -0.4 ?
Ohh, would it be -0.33 > -0.4?
yes it would because -0.33 is CLOSER to 0 (use a number line if it is easier for you to understand) Therefore -0.33 is LARGER than -0.4
That makes sense. What about the other question?
http://www.regentsprep.org/regents/math/algebra/an1/properties.htm ^Take a look at the properties and tell me which one you think it is :)
I think it's the Commutative Property of Multiplication
hmm not quite. Remember... we're looking for one that looks liek this: |dw:1441291990120:dw|
Associative Property of Multiplication?
:) good job!
I got a 100% on it! Thank you so much(:
you're welcome ^_^