**TODAY**

We had the Harbeck double-whammy. I get to cover part 2.

**We started off with a bit more of the blue booklet. The number lines, page 32. It's pretty much self-explanatory. If you follow the instructions, you should get it quite easily.**

After that, Harbeck handed out some question booklets to some people, and the rest had to read it off the overhead. The questions that Harbeck assigned were:

*1. Seven of a baseball player's first 28 hits were triples. The baseball player had a total of 140 hits.*

If the baseball player maintainted his rate of hitting triples, how many triples did this baseball player hit in all?

{A. 7} {B. 14} {C. 28} {D. 35[]}

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If the baseball player maintainted his rate of hitting triples, how many triples did this baseball player hit in all?

{A. 7} {B. 14} {C. 28} {D. 35[]}

*2. Alabama has 21, 653, 000 acres of forests and a total land area of 32, 480, 000 acres.*

If a 210-acre farm has the same ratio of forested land to total land area, approximately how many acres of the farm will be forested?

{A. 140[]} {B. 160} {C. 180} {D. 210}

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If a 210-acre farm has the same ratio of forested land to total land area, approximately how many acres of the farm will be forested?

{A. 140[]} {B. 160} {C. 180} {D. 210}

Yep, Harbeck made a mistake. There's a box beside the right answer for every question in the booklet. But what Harbeck wants to know is

__you get the answer.__*how*__AND REMEMBER:__

**1. WORD RATIO**

2.

3. LINE UP ALL INFO,

AND USE EQUIVALENT FRACTIONS.

2.

__PART__

WHOLE3. LINE UP ALL INFO,

AND USE EQUIVALENT FRACTIONS.

If there's anybody left who hasn't done "the scribble", it's their turn. *coughcough

**brandon**coughcough***HAVE A NICE DAY.**

## 2 comments:

Good job, but maybe next time you should add some pictures on your scribe.

Great post! Good use of color. To improve it you can try to put more detail.

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