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Transcript of Decimals
By: Danni, Angelina, Kassidy, and Logan
By: Logan Haynes
To subract decimals is really not that hard
Step one: Line up the decimals (Example)--> 1.89
Step two: Bring the decimal down (Example)--> 1.89
Step three: Finish your problem; subtract (Example)--> 1.89
Step 1: start with:
0.03 × 1.1
Step 2: multiply without decimal points:
3 × 11 = 33
Step 3: See how many places to the right there are:
0.03 has 2 decimal places,
and 1.1 has 1 decimal place,
so the answer has 3 decimal places:
Well now you know that decimals really are easy to understand. You know the steps, and don't worry if you don't get it the first time; just keep trying. NO MATTER WHAT. Be ready to be called smarty-pants because you are gonna be so smart now. Now you are ready for any uphill battle. GOOD LUCK!
Introduction to decimals
Decimals are a way to count little itty bitty pieces of whole numbers.
Kind of like fractions but way different.
Decimals are used in different ways and also in different places
We use decimals everyday and sometimes don't always realize it.
For example, we use it while counting money.
First you have to line up the decimals.
Then you can go ahead and add.
As simple as 1,2,3.
By Kassidy Jackson
Trial for Logan Haynes:
August 23rd, 1920
Case on: Learning decimals in class
Found out its not hard.
Really its super simple.
Keep watching and you'll see
Convert the number you are dividing by to a whole number first, by moving the decimal point of both numbers to the right:
Now you are dividing by a whole number and you can continue as normal.
Decimal by decimal
Decimal by whole number
Use division and ignore the decimal
Then put the decimal point in the same spot as the dividend (the number being divided).
Well at least they know
how simple decimals really are right?
Found his work in the trashcan.
Freddy the rat :)
He says bye