Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Brianna`s Coin math part 2 Oct. 14, 09

Question 1. How full is the Canadian jar?

The jar is one quarter full. I got this answer because the total coin capacity of the jar is 1480 and 370 is a quarter of that roughly.
Question 2. How long would it take to fill the jar by placing one coin in a day starting at January 1, 2010?

If you take 1,480 and divide that by 365 (days in a year) you will find that it equals four, so that means that it will take four years to fill that jar. The exact date would be January 1, 2014.


  1. well done! i like the way you got the dividing the coins

  2. Nice job Brianna! Good job explaining it.

    *good job*

  3. good job brianna! i like your explanation on question 2. good job keep up the good work!

  4. good work i liked your picture and colours but it wasn't very long maybe next time add more to it and be more detailed

  5. good work your scribe is so colorful and you explained it very well

  6. Well Done Brianna! I liked how you explained your answer on question 2. Keep Up The good Work! P.s, I like the colors :]


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