**add, subtract**and

**multiply rational numbers**.

**Addition:**

Step 1:

**Find**a

**common denominator**.

Step 2: Make

**equivalent fractions**.

Step 3: Use

**sign rules**to,

Step 4:

**Add**the

**numerators**.

Step 5:

**Simplify**if possible.

**Subtraction**:

Step 1:

**Find**a

**common denominator**.

Step 2: Make

**equivalent fractions**.

Step 3: Use

**sign rules**to,

Step 4:

**Subtract**the

**numerators**.

Step 5:

**Simplify**if possible.

**Multiplication**:

Step 1:

**Multiply**the

**numerators**by the

**numerators**and

**denominators**by the

**denominators.**

**Be aware**of the

**signs.**

Step 2:

**Simplify**if possible.

Also, if you guys are having a trouble with your multiplication table still, here's a little something I learned in grade 3.

For the nine's multiplication table, I learned something that really helped me.

First you get 9 and you multiply it by any single digit number.

9 x 7

Now you take the factor (7) and you subtract one from it, so now you have 6. 6 plus what equals 9 ? It's 3. Now you place the two numbers together and get 63.

Sorry if it doesn't really make sense, but this is what I do whenever I need to multiply by 9. Hopefully I helped some of you guys.

**HOMEWORK:**

ALL OF 2.3 THAT YOU CAN POSSIBLY DO.

YELLOW SHEETS

DON'T FORGET TO WRITE IN YOUR JOURNAL EVERY TIME YOU LEARN SOMETHING NEW. Also do the Green Yellow Red for your journals.

Next scribe person I choose is:

Jayvee ! Goodluck

ALL OF 2.3 THAT YOU CAN POSSIBLY DO.

YELLOW SHEETS

DON'T FORGET TO WRITE IN YOUR JOURNAL EVERY TIME YOU LEARN SOMETHING NEW. Also do the Green Yellow Red for your journals.

Next scribe person I choose is:

Jayvee ! Goodluck

Great post Patrick! You did a swell job on explaining the rules, step by step!

ReplyDeleteGood post Patrick. I like how you used pictures to explane the notes, and also how you used a bolder font for the keywords to make them stand out. This post was well organized and easy to understand.

ReplyDeleteGreat post, Patrick. The pictures were easy to understand, and I liked how you bolded the key words in the instructions. Overall, it's a well organized post.

ReplyDeleteGreat job, Patrick. Everything was so well organized and the pictures were very helpful. I appreciate you teaching us that trick. I think that you should have used a bit more colour in your blog than just bolding words. I find that colour stands out a bit better.

ReplyDeleteGood Job Patrick! Your post is very neat and east to understand, the steps to answer the addition and the subtraction questions are very neat. Your pictures are a bit small and maybe next time use colors to make your blog stand out more.

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