Wednesday, 6 July 2016

Addition problems with tenths.

Solve addition problems with tenths by changing one number into a whole number.

This week we are learning about our decimals. This task is all about maths which has to do with decimals and tenths. We are doing this task with Miss Berry. This task asked me to solve out the answer and show how I did it. In this presentation on the top of this description is some answers to the questions that I have been given and the showing out how I got it.

One of the questions would be 12.2 + 14.5 = ( So this is one of the questions that have been given). This what you would do, first you add the numbers that is before the decimal point (.) 12 + 14 = 26, then you add the number that is after the decimal point(.) 0.2 + 0.5 = 0.7, then you add both of the numbers that have been made, 26 + 0.7 = 26.7. I hope you get what I am trying to explain, please if you want to find out more maths then leave a comment below thankyou.

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