## Monday, October 5, 2009

Hi everybody!
Mr. Harbeck told us to describe how (4
÷4)+(4
÷4) and (4/4)+(4/4) was the same.

I think
(4÷4)+(4÷4) and (4/4)+(4/4) were the same because the divison sign has two quatities, written on a single line to indicate the division of the first by the second. The fractions was only rotated horizontally, the two dots on the division sign represents the two numbers in a fraction. so if you rotated it back vertically in changes back to a division sign

4
÷4 is 1

4/4 is whole fraction !

HAVE A GOOD DAY ! :)

I liked how you put a picture to illustrate what you were trying to say. However, I really don't understand all of the random pictures, you might want to get rid of those.

Again, GOOD JOB!

~Laura :)

2. good job nadine but you forgot to label your name in the labels. i like how you used the picture and explained in detail.

3. Nadine what's that pictures at the top for?
i think that you should tell us first what you are going to talk about...but its ok you still explained why is it the same

4. guyss sorry about the font thing my computer got messed up..