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Top Thrill Decimals: Dividing Decimals

Top Thrill Decimals: Dividing Decimals
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Jean DiMatteo

on 10 December 2013

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Transcript of Top Thrill Decimals: Dividing Decimals

Top Thrill
Dragster
Length: 2,800 ft.
Height: 420 ft.
GateKeeper
Length: 4,164 ft.
Height: 170 ft.

Gemini
Length: 3,935 ft.
Height: 125.4 ft
Iron Dragon
Length: 2,800 ft.
Height: 76 ft.
Millennium Force
Length: 6,595 ft.
Height: 320 ft.
Add the Lengths:
6,595
2,800
+ 3,935
2,800
4,164
= 20,294 ft.
for all 5 coasters
20,294 ÷ 5= average of 4,058.8 ft
Ticket Cost:
$174.95 for me and four members of my family!
Icee Cost:
$24.95 for me and four members of my family!
TOP THRILL DECIMALS
$8.97 ÷ 3 = $2.99 Wow! That's a lot for a cookie!
$24.95 ÷ 5 =$4.99 per drink
$174.95 ÷ 5 = $34.99 each. Can't wait for the rides!
Add the Heights:
310
76
+ 125.4
420
170
= 1,101.4 ft.
for all 5 coasters
1,101.4 ÷ 5=
average of
220.28 ft
Are they above or below the average?
Length Height
GateKeeper Above Below
Top Thrill Dragster Below Above
Gemini Below Below
Iron Dragon Below Below
Millennium Force Above Above
Top Thrill
Ending!
Our bill was $8.97 for
three cookies!
How much were
each of them?
What a day!
I'm unstoppable!
Why is dividing decimals important in the real world? Let's see how it can be used!
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