Yesterday we learnt the Cross Multiplying strategy. The Cross Multiplying strategy is used to see which is bigger between two fractions. You can only use this strategy with two fractions, not three or more because it won´t work. an example is 3/4 and 1/2. 3/4 is bigger than 1/2, the way you work this out is you times 3×2 and 1×4. Everyone knows that 3×2 is bigger than 1×4 and that means 3/4 is bigger than 1/2. Have you ever used the Cross Multiplying strategy?
Do you like maths? I don’t but I have to do it in school because I have no choice. Coordinates is one of the worst types of math I have ever know, but then again I am a person who hates Math. Coordinates is when you put the coordinates together you will have yourself a location. We did it but we did it a bit differently to what you might think, we used shapes and read the coordinates of the shape. We had to flip the shape, Rotate the shape and slide the shape into places. Do you like to do Math?