Sunday, November 14, 2010


In math class, we were all assigned a question to do on the blog. I got two questions, 1 and 2, which are on the history link on page 71.

First off, this history link is about UNIT FRACTIONS. A unit fraction, is a fraction that always has a numerator of 1. If you are trying to show a fraction that has a numerator that is larger than 1, you have to express it by adding separate unit fractions.


1. Express each of the following as the sum of two unit fractions.
2. Describe any strategies that helped you to complete #1.

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