Unit 2: Understanding Others ‘s Post on Monday, January 23, 2017

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This week we learned 2-step math problems.

Problem: Minh received $23 lucky money for Tet. His
friend received twice that. How much lucky money
did they received altogether?

Before I struggled and took longer to solve 2-step problems.

After I took less time to solve 2-step problems because I learned how to solve a 2-step problem.

My goal is to take less time to solve 2-step problems.

Unit 2: Understanding Others ‘s Post on Monday, November 28, 2016

The 3-Act task soda can display and it is a class math problem and the first question was what do you see on the display and I saw the Olympic Rings and the word USA and the second one was how many boxes and cans and this is how we solved it there was 23 boxes across and 7 down and it equaled 138 and that was just one half and the other one was the same and we doubled it and there were 321 boxes and there were 45 leftover and we added it to 321 and it equaled 366 and there was 12 cans in each box so we multiplied it with 366 and it equaled 4,404 cans and here’s my video.

Unit1:Understanding Ourselves’s Post on Monday, November 28, 2016

The 3-Act task soda can display is my math problem and the first question was what do you see in the soda display and we saw the Olympic Rings and the word USA and the second question was how many boxes and cans were there in the display and there was 321 boxes of soda cans and this is how I solved it in the picture there was 23 across and 7 down and it equals 138 and we doubled 138 and it was 321 and there was 12 cans in each box and we doubled it with 321 and it equaled 4,404 and here’s my video.