### Week 12x

```Observe,
Question,
Comment
10/ 22/2012
Subtracting Factors
10/22/2012
Subtracting Factors
Do Now
4/5 – 3/5
1/3 – 2/9
5 – 1/3
23 – 1/5
10 – 7/8
1 and 1/3 + 1 and ¾ + 1
and 7/12
31L
31R
Observe,
Question,
Comment
10/ 22/2012
Subtracting Factors
10/22/2012
Subtracting Factors
Do Now
4/5 – 3/5= 1/5
1/3 – 2/9= 1/9
5 – 1/3= 4 2/3
23 – 1/5 = 22 4/5
10 – 7/8= 9 1/8
1 and 1/3 + 1 and ¾ + 1
and 7/12= 4 2/3
31L
31R
6o Sec Sweep
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Material Check
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Observe,
Question,
Comment
10/ 22/2012
Subtracting Factors
10/22/2012
Subtracting Factors
NOTES!
31L
31R
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4 and 1/3 - 1 and 1/6
5 and ½ - 2 and 1/8
2 and ½ - 1 and 5/8
6 and ¼ - 1 and 7/8
BREAK!
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Observe,
Question,
Comment
10/ 22/2012
Subtracting Factors
10/22/2012
Subtracting Factors
Notes!
31L
31R
Error and Analysis
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Exit Slip
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 1. Jordan bought thirty-seven and a half inches of
ribbon to make bows for her horse's mane. After the
inches of ribbon left. How many inches of ribbon did
she use for the bows?
 2. 2 2/5 - 2/5
 3. 4 ¾ - 4 2/4
 4. 6 and 7/8 - 2 and 3/4
Exit Slip
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 1. Jordan bought thirty-seven and a half inches of
ribbon to make bows for her horse's mane. After the
inches of ribbon left. How many inches of ribbon did
she use for the bows? 33 1/3
 2. 2 2/5 - 2/5 = 2
 3. 4 ¾ - 4 2/4= 1/4
 4. 6 and 7/8 - 2 and ¾= 4 1/8
Home work
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Adding & Subtracting Fractions Homework #1-10
*Tape this and show work in your notebook!
1. You have ½ pumpkin pie and ¾ a lemon pie. How much pie do you have in all? ______ pies
2. You had 3 ½ candy bars, and then you ate 1 ¾ . How much do you have left? _____ candy bars
3. You ran 1 2/3 mile, and then you ran 3 1/6 mile. How far did you run? _____ miles
4. You had a rope that was 7 feet long. You cut off 4/5 foot to tie a knot. How much is left? _____ feet
5. You had 6 ½ pizzas. Your friends came over and ate 4 ¾. How much pizza is left? _____ pizza
6. You had ½ a dollar. Then you earned 9/10 more. How much do you have now? 7. You need 7/8 cups
of flour for a recipe. You have ¾ cup. How much do you still need? _____ cups
8. You ran 4/5 mile. Your friend ran 9/10 mile. How much further did your friend run? _____ mile
9. You’re making cookies. You used 1 ¾ cups of flour and ¾ cup of sugar. How many cups of these dry
ingredients did you use in all? _____ cups
10. You ran ½ mile on Monday, then ¾ mile on Tuesday, and 5/6 mile on Wednesday. How much did
you run in those three days? _____ miles
Observe,
Question,
Comment
10/ 24/2012
fraction
10/24/2012
Fraction
1. 73/8 + 62/4=
2. 5 - 3/4 =
3. You have 2 ¼
strawberry pie and 4
2/16 pecan pie. How
much do you have total?
4. 4 9/10 – 3 4/5=
Challenge Question:
6 ½ x 3 2/4
32R
Observe,
Question,
Comment
10/ 24/2012
fraction
10/24/2012
Fraction
1. 73/8 + 62/4= 7 7/8
2. 5 - 3/4 = 4 ¼
3. You have 2 ¼
strawberry pie and 4
2/16 pecan pie. How
much do you have total?
6 5/16
4. 4 9/10 – 3 4/5= 1
1/1
Challenge Question:
6 ½ x 3 2/4
32R
Quiz
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 Clear out table tops. Three sharpened pencils and
two sheets of paper.
 DO NOT WRITE ON THE TEST
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Homework!
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 PG 197 ALL
Observe,
Question,
Comment
10/ 25/2012
Multiplying Fractions
10/25/2012
Multiplying Fraction
Do Now
1.) What is the LCD of
5/8 and 7/12
2.) Simplify: 24/30
3.) 2/3 + ½
4.) 3/8 – 1/8
5.) 4/5 – 3/10
6.) 2 – 7/13
33L
33R
Home work Check!
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Material Check
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Observe,
Question,
Comment
10/ 25/2012
Multiplying Fractions
33L
10/25/2012
Multiplying Fraction
33R
Whiteboard Check
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 7/8 x 1/3
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4x½
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 1/6 x 3
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 1/7 x 2/5
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 2 x 1/3
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9x½
60 Sec Sweep!
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Observe,
Question,
Comment
10/ 25/2012
Multiplying Fractions
33L
10/25/2012
Multiplying Fraction
33R
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 1. Andy carried ½ gallon of water on a hike. He
drank 2/3 of the water. How much water did he
drink?
 A. 1 1/3
B 1/3
 C. 2/6
D, 3/3
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 2. Jesse has 5 and ¾ dozen eggs. How many eggs
does Jesse have?
 A. 34
B 24
 C. 69
D, 19
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 3. Perry is running 26 and 2/10 miles in the
marathon. He had run ¾ of the way. How far has he
run?
 A. 19 13/20
 C. 9
B 19 3/4
D, 19
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 4. Gloria has 2 5/8 ounces of perfume. If she uses one
third of it, how much will she have left?
 A. 6 1/4
B 16 1/4
 C. 16 ¾
D 19 1/4
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 5. We have 4 ¾ pounds of apples in each bag. If we
have 4 bags, how many pounds of apples do we
have in all?
 A. ¼ Pounds
 C. 18 ¾
B 1 ¼ Pounds
D 19 Pounds
Individual Worksheet
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1-21 ODD
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