tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8422821295547414455.post6361453912588085887..comments2015-06-29T20:40:15.321-04:00Comments on 5C Blog: We LOVE Math!Mr. Cassarinohttp://www.blogger.com/profile/02691189325298484208noreply@blogger.comBlogger8125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8422821295547414455.post-42061561540677893892014-01-16T20:45:38.879-05:002014-01-16T20:45:38.879-05:00Decimals, fractions and percentages are all alike...Decimals, fractions and percentages are all alike because they all show parts of 100. Also, decimals are another way to write fractions. They are all alike because they can each be converted into each other. They are also alike because they are all different ways of stating the number. <br /><br />pm (:Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8422821295547414455.post-7338770581193783712014-01-16T19:40:49.538-05:002014-01-16T19:40:49.538-05:00Decimals, fractions and percentages are all a like...Decimals, fractions and percentages are all a like because a fraction can become a decimal or a percentage. I could eat 1/2 of my dinner or 0.5 of my dinner or 50% of my dinner and it all means the same thing. I use them in my daily life when I help my mom with a recipe. I feed my fish Earl 1/2 of his food in the morning and the other 50% in the evening. My mom uses fractions, decimals and percentages everyday at work when she is designing somebody's kitchen. My dad uses them when he does carpentry work.<br />N.P.Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8422821295547414455.post-40820505127581700182014-01-16T18:48:03.115-05:002014-01-16T18:48:03.115-05:00I don't really understand how fractions, decim...I don't really understand how fractions, decimals and percentages are alike or different. Fractions are used frequently in cooking - for example 1/2 cup or 1/4 cups. Decimals are used when we are talking about money. Percentages often seen in shopping, for example when things are 50% off. Fractions and percentages are seen together in our grades, we see how many we got right and what the percentages is to give us a grade. This is all I know about decimals, percentages and fractions.<br /><br />AFAnonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8422821295547414455.post-7917380064019302342014-01-16T17:00:22.732-05:002014-01-16T17:00:22.732-05:00Fractions, decimals and percents represent the sam...Fractions, decimals and percents represent the same amounts. They are just different visually. For example, a ¼ is 0.25, and is also 25%. The are all ¼ of a whole unit in one way. They all represent the same part of there whole. I know there are other combinations like this. There is ½ , or 0.5, or 50%. That is another example. You can find the decimal if you divide the numerator by the denominator. You can move the decimal two place to the right to find the correct percent. I think I understand pretty well. What do you think, Mr. C? MRAnonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8422821295547414455.post-84604978918114620032014-01-15T19:32:56.835-05:002014-01-15T19:32:56.835-05:00I don't know how fractions, decimals, and perc...I don't know how fractions, decimals, and percentages are alike so I'm going to this blog on how we use them in our daily lives. We use fractions whenever we cook:pies, cakes, cupcakes, dinner, and sometimes breakfast. We use decimals the same as we use fraction because fractions and decimals are the same thing. We use percentages when we are figuring out sale prices at stores when they are 50% off and when Mr.Cassarino puts in our grades on Powerschool thats also when we use percentages. These are some of the times you use fractions, decimals, and percentages in your life.<br /><br /> ~KLAnonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8422821295547414455.post-41190409581934349622014-01-15T14:01:12.116-05:002014-01-15T14:01:12.116-05:00Fractions , decimals , and percentages are used in...Fractions , decimals , and percentages are used in our daily lives a lot! We use fractions a lot like when we cook AND BAKEING that yummy food! We use decimals as parts of parts of numbers. We use percentages as grades. Example: you got 50% out of 100%. That is pretty bad actually that is horrible!<br /><br /><br /> KF☺<br />mment...Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8422821295547414455.post-77964937970747521402014-01-14T21:42:52.555-05:002014-01-14T21:42:52.555-05:00Fractions,decimals,and percentages are all alike. ...Fractions,decimals,and percentages are all alike. Fractions and decimals are alike because you can turn a fractions into a decimal. You also can turn a decimal into a fraction. Decimals and percentages are alike because you can turn a decimal into a percentage. Fractions, decimals, and percentages are all hole numbers.<br /><br />MBAnonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8422821295547414455.post-70133469420903191532014-01-13T15:58:51.820-05:002014-01-13T15:58:51.820-05:00Fractions, decimals, and percentages are all alike...Fractions, decimals, and percentages are all alike. Fractions and decimals are alike because you can convert a fraction into a decimal. For example, 5/10 = 0.5. The five stands for five parts out of ten. Decimals and percentages are alike because you can convert a decimal into a percentage. For example, 0.10 = 10%. The ten stands for ten out of one whole. Fractions you use in cooking and baking. Decimals are used in money. For example, $10.35. That means you have a complete ten dollars, but you have left over bits. So you use a decimal to show that you don't have another full dollar. You use percentages daily. When you get your math homework you are usually graded in percentages. For example, 90% stands for 90 correct out of 100 or 90 incorrect out of 100. <br /><br />HBAnonymousnoreply@blogger.com