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Monday, December 05, 2005

Muddiest (Rational) Point

We've been studying rational expressions. Use the comments of this post to:

    » share your personal "Muddiest Point" about what we've studied

    » make suggestions about what kind of new information we've learned would be helpful to include in your math dictionaries

    » any other questions, concerns, complaints, confusions, uncertainties, anxieties or other inquiries you may have.

You can use your name or leave your comment anonymously, but, whatever you do, share your troubles here. Remember, you can help each other too! Leave tips and advice in the comments for your classmates. And don't forget, you can form an online study group and "meet" in the chatbox of our blog! Unlike Sysiphus, you're being set up to succeed! Take advantage of every opportunity you've got!

8 Comments:

At 12/05/2005 4:17 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

well my muddiest point is just remembering all the different steps. its so easy to forget to state restrictions or make a little error in adding or something. all the help i really feel like i need is more practice.

as far as our dictionaries go, maybe we could just put a couple examples of some questions and identify the steps...factoring, restrictions etc.

 
At 12/06/2005 8:03 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

My muddiest point is to know what exact actions to do by given different numbers. What i think we should put in our math dictionaries is different types of questions that most likely will be on the test or close to it and the ways we can solve it according to the question. This way i think would be the easiest to stydy from.

 
At 12/06/2005 3:41 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

WORD PROBLEMS!!!

:(

im really worried about those on the test because i dont think i stand a chance of figuring it out...

 
At 12/06/2005 4:15 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

My muddiest point would have to be compound fractions, and whatever we did in the last two exercises, because I am lost. Also, for the dictionaries...steps and examples of different equations would be helpful.

 
At 12/06/2005 5:47 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mr. Kuropatwa, you should write about the multiplying. How to do it in our head. Like with multiplying with 11's or something.

 
At 12/06/2005 6:03 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

My muddiest point is when factoring some numbers, and i totally didn't get these word problems and the one in the pre-test! and when i see the question i don't know what to do or where to start!

 
At 12/06/2005 6:04 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

My muddiest point is when factoring some numbers, and i totally didn't get these word problems and the one in the pre-test! and when i see the question i don't know what to do or where to start!

 
At 12/06/2005 10:07 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

My muddiest point would have to be the questions that have fractions within fractions and word problems for sure and compound fractions.


For are dictionary I think that we should put that you need resrictions always and how to find them in didving questions. one more thing how to solve compound fractions and how to solve fractions within fractions questions.

 

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