## Monday, October 5, 2009

### Jasmine, Four4's

Waazzaap.
This is my scribe post about the four 4's, because our homework was to find out how 1. (4÷4) + (4÷4) and 2. 4/4 +4/4 are the same.

Answer: I think they are the same because they give the same answer but in a different way, like having two different smarties(chocolate) and then when you bite it, the insides have the same colour. However you bite it or pick any different colour of smartie on the outside, it will still be the same on the inside, that's how if you take a
(4÷4) + (4÷4) and comparing it from 4/4 +4/4 you just did it differently but would get the same answer.

1. GOOD JOB JASMINE!

I really liked how you used smarties as an example. (They are my favorite). I think that you might want to explain more how the two equasions are saying the same thing. Please take this as constructive critisism. Other than that, it was really well done.

Again, GOOD JOB!

~Laura :)

2. interesting analogy... but does it answer the question???

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4. good job jasmine, nice detail but you still could have used a picture and more colour

5. good job!! could added more colours...you should put an example to make it easy to understand