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Homework Due Friday 4 March

 We talked about homework in class so here is a quick reminder.

  1.  Learn times tables either 8 or 16, you know which you need to do.
  2. Write 10  sentences using I or me correctly.  Remember that I should be used when it is the subject of the sentence, that is the person doing the verb. Me should be used for the object of the sentence. E.g.  Paul and I completed our homework.  (I is the subject along with Paul – they are doing the verb)   Bob threw the ball to Kate and me.  (Bob is the subject, and in this case Kate and me are the objects as they are having the verb done to them)

 

Order these fractions from smallest to largest- remember to find the lowest common denominator first.

4/5       3/10         6/20         3/4       2/5

6/8      4/5           3/8            2/5        34/40

2/3       5/6           1/3            12/18          6/9

5 Comments

  1. olivia
    Posted 7 March, 2016 at 8:01 pm | #

    when does the new homework have to be in by?

  2. techyta
    Posted 2 March, 2016 at 9:43 pm | #

    See above

  3. techyta
    Posted 2 March, 2016 at 9:42 pm | #

    One line and then the next, not for the whole lot.

    So find the lowest common denominator for

    4/5 3/10 6/20 3/4 2/5

    and then

    6/8 4/5 3/8 2/5 34/40

    and finally

    2/3 5/6 1/3 12/18 6/9

  4. Emily
    Posted 1 March, 2016 at 8:01 pm | #

    Mrs Aldridge I am also stuck on the maths homework as I can not find a lowest common denominator for them all. Do you just do it one line then the next or all together.

  5. Nadia
    Posted 29 February, 2016 at 8:52 pm | #

    Mrs Aldridge, I can’t find the lowest common denominator for the fraction homework. Do you mean find the lowest common denominator for all the fractions or find the lowest common denominator for the fractions that go vertically or horizontally? I am a bit confused. I am fine with the 16 times table and I am fine with the English homework.

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