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All homework can also be found on each class site within the scribe post of each day.

Jan. 14

Find the mean, median, mode, range, and outlier of the follow data sets:
A. 23, 17, 24, 16, 23, 23, 7, 27, 22, 28
B. 7, 14, 8, 11, 8, 12

Find the prime factors of 42 using a factor tree.


January 12th

Find the mean, median, mode, range, and outliers for the following data sets:

A. 1, 9, 7, 3, 4, 6
B. 48, 8, 2, 10, 2, 5, 5, 7, 9, 4
C. 23, 24, 24, 29, 75

January 8th

1. You are shopping at a store that charges 6% tax. You have a coupon for a 10% discount on everything you buy. Which way would you prefer the to have your bill computed - tax first or discount first? Expalin your thinking.

2. A newspaper article claims that 15% of people eat out each night in Athens. There are 50 000 people in Athens, and there are 25 restaurants. Do you think the newspaper article is correct? Show all of your work and explain your thinking.

January 5th.

1. Find three numbers that have a G.C.F. of 6.

2. Find three numbers that have a L.C.M. of 24.

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Place Value

Tell me eveything you know about place value. Be creative use some pictures or something get stuff off the web. Check back later maybe I will post something!

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

the place values can go up to the decillions and all the way dowm to the trillinths past the decimal

posted by warren g 7-44

Anonymous said...

the place values can go all the way up to the decillions and all the way dowm to the trillionths

posted by warren k 7-44

Anonymous said...

what warren said!!!
marielle c. 7-44

Anonymous said...

no im kidding! place values can go up to the decillions, well depending if it's after the decimal.
So for eg. 987.654.... the number in the hundreds place is 9 so that makes 900 or 9 hundred, now the number that is in the hundredths place is four which make .004 or 4 hundredths. :)
marielle c. 7-44

Anonymous said...

The decimal can go further then centilionths (100 zeros) and as low as the tenths columns.

Every decimal place has to end in "ths" like ten(ths) not ten(s).

There is no such thing as oneth or zeroth.


Ronny Singh 7-72

Brendan 7-72 said...

place value never ends. it can go up to centillion (303 zeros) to duotrigintillionths. place value also starts again and again and again.

kathleen 7-43 said...

place value can go all the way up to the number u want to put the place value!!!

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