Friday, September 25, 2009

scribepost for September 15, 2009

QUESTION #5

The piano that Sara, Ann, and Min use is available for 40 h of practice every week. The graphs show how they divide the practice time.

a) What information does each graph provide?
The circle graph shows the percent for all three girls. The bar graph shows the number of hours the girls used the piano.

b) Write and answer one question about the data that can be answered from the circle graph.
Question: Who has the most hours of practice time? Answer: Ann has the most hours of practice time.

c) Write and answer one question about the data that can be answered from the bar graph.
Question: How many more hours does Ann have than Sara? Answer: Ann has 6 more hours of practice time than Sara.

9 comments:

Brayden817 said...

Good Job ! Iliked your colour and your pictures. one thing I noticed was there was a word at the beginning that wasn't spaced out.

MaryJane817 said...

Great scribepost April ! You answered the questions clearly and I also liked the picture and the colors.

Marielle 8-17 said...

good job april, explaining the questions ! i liked the colors you used and the pictures :)

Jex (Juan Exequiel)8-17 said...

Good job April! I like how you explained the questions properly and i like how you use color.

Elaine817 said...

I liked how you used the colours to seperate the questions from the answers. Great job!

Mr Montgomery said...

Hi April

Mr Montgomery here. I teach maths to kids your age in Perth Western Australia.

Thanks for taking the time to write in your blog. I'm sure Mr Harbeck appreciates it.

Nice post.

Darlene8-17 said...

Nice job April . You explained the answers really well and like what Elaine said, I like how you used 2 different colors to separate the questions and answers . =)

||justine817|| said...

good job !! , i really understand what u were talking about xDD

ammorn said...

Goob job ! your scribe was very understandable and outstanding !

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