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# Math Recipes

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Math Recipes
By: MJ Grant
And
Michael Anderson
2/4 + 2/8
1. find LCM (lowest common multiple) in this case 8.

2. Make the LCM the denominator for the answer.

3. How many times it takes to get the LCM multiply the numerator by it in this case 2x2=4 1x2=2.

4. add the answers from step 3 together and put it on top of the LCM. 4+2=6

Improper Fractions to mixed numbers
10/3
1. How many times 3 goes into 10

2. 10 divides by 3 is equal to 3 remainder 1

3. The remainder becomes the numerator the denominator stays the same and the whole number goes next to the fraction.

Multiplying fractions (W/ answer in simplest form)
1. Multiply BOTH the numerators 2*3

2. Multiply both the denominators3*2

3. The keep dividing each number by 2 or 3 until you cant anymore.
-Don't go to decimal -Divide by 3 odd -divide by 2 even

4. The answer you get is 6/6 or 1

WARNINGS!

2. Don't multiply numerator by denominator
WARNINGS!

NOT
3.1 because 1 goes over the original denominator

2. Don't flip the denominator and don't divide wrong
WARNINGS!
1. Don't try to find the highest common multiple (HCM)

2. Don't make the LCM the numerator
Volume of a rectangular prism
1. Find the height, width, and the length.

2.Multaply the height, and the width

4. enjoy that you now know the volume of the rectangular prism
WARNINGS!

2.Don't forget to multiply one of them
Unit Rates
1. There are 6 kids and \$60

2. You divide 60 by 6

4. Multiply 10 by how many kids you want to know, to get the unit rate

5. Every 1 kids get 10 dollars

WARNINGS!
1. Don't mix up the numbers
2. Don't switch the numbers
ZOOM OUT
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2/4 = ? = ?
1. Divide the denominator by 100
- Divide 100 by 4 equals 25
2. Multiply the answer from step one to the numerator
-Multiply 25 by 2
3. Place the decimal after the first two numbers going right to left
-place the decimal next to 5
4. Get rid of the decimal and add the percent sign (%) to the last number
-Place the percent sign (%) next to the 0
2/4=.50=50%
WARNINGS!
1. Don't place the decimal 3 numbers after instead of 2

2. Don't multiply the denominator by 100

Subtracting Decimals

3.236 - 1.12
1. Line up the decimals

2. Subtract from right to left without the decimals

4. add a zero if the first number has more number

WARNINGS!
1. Be sure to line up the decimals

Graphing in a 4 coordinates plane
1. For the first number is negative go back to the negative number side. But if it is positive you go forwards to the positive number side.

2. for the first number if it is negative you go down to the negative side. But if the number is positive you go up to the positive number side.

3. find the point then graph it.

WARNINGS!
1. Don't go the opposite way

2. Don't skip lines
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Converting Fractions to decimals to precents
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Area Of Squares, Rectangles, and Triangles
1. Find the length of the sides

2. Multiply two sides right next to each other

3. find the answer and put the unit next to it

4. If it is a triangle (B*H*1/2)

WARNINGS
1. Don't add the sides together

2. Dont subtract the sides
Multiplying decimals
1.line up the numbers by the decimals

2. Multiply from left to right

3. Bring the decimal down into the Awnser

WARNINGS!
1.Don't forget the decimal

2. Don't subtract
1.2
x 1.3
4.8
NOW IT IS TIME TO ZOOM OUT AGAIN
Dividing fractions
1. put the fractions next to each other
2. Change the devision sign to a multiplication sign
3. Flip the last fraction so the numerator is the denominater and the denominator to the numerator
4. Multiply across the top
Warnings!
1. Don't change the devision sign to a addition sign.

2.Don't change tthe first fraction
Now lets see what you have been buildings
POWER AND EXPONETS AND SQUARE ROOTS
1.for powers (ex. 9^9) do 9*9 nine times to find your answer

2.Exponets (9 ) you would do 9 times its self 3 times

3.Square roots you would divided 9 until you cant any more
89
9
warnings
3
1.Dont divied for exponets

2.Dont multaply for squsre roots
2/3 * 3/2
12*6*9
every 1 kid gets 10 bucks
(-8, 6)
5*7
5/8 / 4/6
3 1/3
12, 6, and 9
12*6
12
6
9
3.236
1.120
2.116
5
7
5*7
30/36
SURFACE AREA
5

7
8
7=L
5=W
8=H
1. Find the lengths of each side.

2. Find the surface area of all the sides.
EX.

3. find the surface area of all the sides then add them up.

4. then and that's the total surface area.
7
8
7*8*2 because the other side of the cube has that same area, do it for all 3 sets of sides.
56
surface area= 262 cubic inches
WARNINGS!
1. Don't find the total area