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& GUIDED QUESTIONS MATH VOCABULARY DAY 2

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Go to your Table of Contents page.

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Table of ContentsDatePage 8/29/12 Math Vocabulary1 Guided Question2

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Below the second 8/29/12 write 8/30/12

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Table of ContentsDatePage 8/30/12 8/29/12 Math Vocabulary1 Guided Question2

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On the right of that write MATH VOCABULARY

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Table of ContentsDatePage 8/30/12 Math Vocabulary 8/29/12 Math Vocabulary1 Guided Question2

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Below the 2 write 3

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Table of ContentsDatePage 8/30/12 8/29/12 Math Vocabulary1 Guided Question2 Math Vocabulary3

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Below 8/30/12 write 8/30/12 again

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Table of ContentsDatePage 8/30/12 8/29/12 Math Vocabulary1 Guided Question2 8/30/12 Math Vocabulary3

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On the right of that write GUIDED QUESTION

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Table of ContentsDatePage 8/30/12 Math Vocabulary 8/29/12 Math Vocabulary1 Guided Question2 3 8/30/12 Guided Question

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Below the 3 write 4

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Table of ContentsDatePage 8/30/12 Math Vocabulary3 8/29/12 Math Vocabulary1 Guided Question2 8/30/12 Guided Question4

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Go to the next blank page after yesterday’s GUIDED QUESTION

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At the top LEFT SIDE write the date 8/30/12

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8/30/12

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On the top blue line write MATH VOCABULARY

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MATH VOCABULARY 8/30/12

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At the top RIGHT SIDE write the page number 3

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3 8/30/12 MATH VOCABULARY

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Copy down the vocabulary words and the definitions that follow.

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Sometimes we will include an example with a definition. We will do that today for the word tenths.

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3 MATH VOCABULARY tenths – the first number to the right of a decimal point. 0. 5 3 decimal point – a symbol that separates whole odd – an odd number can not be divided into two equal groups. You only need to check the last digit to tell if a number is odd. tenths place numbers from decimals. 1, 3, 5, 7, and 9 are all odd digits. 8/30/12

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We are not done with the vocabulary yet.

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Turn to the INDEX portion of your MATH JOURNAL.

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Decimal point starts with “D”. So find “D” in your INDEX.

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decimal1 D

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Write the word decimal point below the word decimal.

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decimal point decimal1 D

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We wrote the definition for decimal point on page 3, so on the far right write 3

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3 decimal point decimal1 D

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The next word is tenths. It starts with a “T”. So find “T” in your INDEX.

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T

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Write the word tenths on the “T” page.

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tenths T

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We wrote the definition for tenths on page 3, so on the far right write 3

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3tenths T

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The last word is odd. It starts with a “O”. So find “O” in your INDEX.

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O

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Write the word odd on the “O” page.

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odd O

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We wrote the definition for odd on page 3, so on the far right write 3

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3odd O

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Turn to the next blank page in your MATH JOURNAL. Right after the MATH VOCABULARY.

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At the top LEFT SIDE write the date 8/30/12

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8/30/12

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On the top blue line write Guided Question

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Guided Question 8/30/12

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At the top RIGHT SIDE write the page number 4

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4 8/30/12 Guided Question

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Below that write this: Write the following number two other ways 3,759

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Write the following number two other ways. 4 8/30/12 Guided Question 3,759

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Answer the question to the best of your abilities. After a few minutes we will go over it together?

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WRITTEN FORM – three thousand, seven hundred fifty nine EXPANDED FORM – 3,000 + 700 + 50 + 9 4 8/30/12 Guided Question Write the following number two other ways. 3,759

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REMEMBER: This is a very important activity. Your MATH JOURNAL is a very important tool. You will use your MATH JOURNAL to help you better understand MATH. MAKE SURE YOU ARE FOLLOWING ALONG. DO NOT MISPLACE YOUR JOURNAL.

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