Ordering Decimals

Ratio and Proportion Strategies

Ordering Decimals

Write the following decimals in order from smallest to largest.

(a) 0.056 0.506     0.005  

0.005      0.506   0.506

(b) 1.92      1.29      1.0029

1.0029   1.29    1.92

(c) 19.43      13.93      14.94

13.93    14.94    19.43

(d) 20.01      20.002      20.13

20.002      20.01  20.13 

(e) 1.0034      1.034      1.34

1.0034        1.034       1.34

(f) 101.78      10.178      1017.8

10.178       101.78        1017.8

(g) 17.56      17.056      17.605

17.056         17.605          17.56         

(h) 0.0047      0.004      0.0007

0.0007        0.0047        0.004

(i) 43.88      4.388      48.33

4.388     43.88    48.33

(j) 27.19      27.09      27.109

27.109    27.09      27.19

(k) 2.9          1.9          1.09          2.09

1.09    1.9    2.09    2.9

(l) 4.23          5.30          4.26          4.33  

4.23      4.26    4.33     5.30 

(m) 3.785 3.76 3.786 3.8

3.785    3.786   3.76   3.8 

(n) 9.609 9.576 9.5 9.67

9.576      9.609    9.67   9.5

(o) 3.4 3 3.09 3.085

3.085     3.09   3.4   3

(p) 3.409 0.34 0.0345 0.3

0.0345   0.34  0.3 3409 

(q) 0.45 0.43 0.458 0.446

0.446  0458  0.45   0.43 

 

Today my maths group was ¬†learning to order decimal numbers up to four decimal places. I really enjoyed and learned a lot from this activity.¬† I hope you enjoy ūüôā¬†

 

Statistical Investigation

Today in room 3 we are doing a Statistical investigation about the students in my class. We had to get into groups of two and ask a question like what is your favourite ice cream to the students. Then we make a bar graph on our maths books and took a photo to put it on our slides. After that to finish it off we made a conclusion of what we learnt.

About Me

Talofa lava, Malo e lelei my name is Khalia and i am a year 8 House Captain for 2023 at Pt England School. My ethnicity is Tongan & Samoan. My favourite sports are Netball, Volleyball, Cricket, Softball and Rugby. The position for netball that i always play is Goal shoot. I’m very good at shooting because I’m tall and I know how to aim for the hoop really well. My favourite food is sushi because its¬† healthy and delicious. What I really enjoy doing is spending lots of time with my family and friends because they’re so fun to spend time with and they make me laugh all the time.¬†

Before the Treaty: Fill in the blanks

 

Fill in the blanks

WALT:  understand the events that led to the creation and signing of the treaty.

 

Purpose: you will be able to explain why Maori and Pakeha wanted a treaty. This will help you to understand the importance of te Tiriti o Waitangi.

 

Use this cloze activity to summarise the events leading to the creation of te Tiriti o Waitangi. You will be summarising the effect of the French, whalers, and the trading partnership between Maori and Pakeha.

 

This week Room 2 literacy class have been learning about what had happened before the treaty signing. Some of the key words were : Sailors, Traders, Whalers, Missionaries, Maori, Pakeha, British, Annex, French and lawlessness.

 

The French

The French wanted  annex to New Zealand, but Maori wanted to keep control over their country.  Maori chiefs wrote to the King to ask for a,  friend , guardian and protector. 

King    friend    guardian    chiefs    French    annex    protector   control

 

The whalers 

When the whalers came to New Zealand, they brought  fighting and lawlessness  . Kororareka (the main port of New Zealand) became known as the  hell-hole  of the pacific. Because of this, Maori and Missionaries became  concerned and wanted a treaty .

fighting   hell-hole   treaty   whalers  concerned   lawlessness    pacific

 

Trading Partnerships

Pakeha and Maori  were  trading together. Maori were trading timber for ships  , and also flax to make  rope    for ships. Maori were also trading a lot of pork and potatoes  to whalers and sailors to eat.  Things were positive so Maori and Pakeha wanted to protect their business.

Pakeha     potatoes    positive   trading     Maori     pork    protect    timber    rope

 

About Me

Talofa lava Malo lei lei My name is Khalia and I am a year 8 student at Point England school My culture is Samoan and Tongan. I love sports my favourite Hobbies are Netball, Rugby,Volleyball. The reason why I love those sports is because it very enjoyable and it very fun. My favourite food is sushi because it healthy and delicious. What I enjoy doing for fun is  spending time with my family and friends because they are really fun and plus we hangout almost everyday.

Future Aspirations

¬†¬†¬†¬†Today team 5 had special guests that used to come to pt england and they visited us to talk about what we want to be in the future. Our guests’ names were Tyron Tangatamakiri, Haare Kutia, Tanielu tele‚Äôa, Shaniah Mccarry, Tia peletia and David clark.

 

 Tyron Tangata-Makiri is the key speaker, meaning he was introducing himself and what he does for his job and why he started his business. He showed us photos of him, his family, work friends, and his old house in Glen innes. 1 thing that i liked what Tyron said to us was that It’s better to be an alien than a sheep. And he explained that the sheep means it is a follower and it follows the crowd and the alien is lonely it means to not be a follower and concentrate on yourself. 

 

Haare Kutia said 1 thing that was good: She said your past doesn‚Äôt define your future. Meaning whatever happened in the past doesn’t mean it doesn’t affect your future.

 

Tanielu Tele’a said Never give up meaning if you struggle with something and you keep failing every time keep going and going until you make it. 

 

Shaniah Mccarry and Tia Peletia said don‚Äôt let anything stop you, meaning if you do something you want and someone tells you that you can’t do it ignore them and keep going and do not listen to all the hate that people say about you.¬†

 

David Clarke said surround yourself with good people meaning to not hang around with bad people that do bad stuff and hang around with good people so that when you have good friends you can make good choices.  

 

I am so happy that these special guests came because they were so helpful and their words were so meaningful to me. Hopefully they come again next year and So i can remember these amazing quotes that they said until I grow older and older. ūüôā

 

Converting, fractions, decimals & percentages

Converting Fractions, Decimals  and Percentages 

Complete the table to convert the fractions, decimals and percentages to their equivalents.

Fraction  Decimal  Percentage
22/100 0.22 22%
83/100 0.83 83%
48 

100

0.48 48%
75/100 0.75 75%
95/100 0.95 95%
16 

100

0.16 16%
92/100 0.92 92%
80/100 0.80 80%
26 

100

0.26 26%
44/100 0.44 44%
11/100 0.11 11%
35 

100

0.35 35%
56/100 0.56 56%
25/100 0.25 25%
99 

100

0.99 99%

 

Converting Fractions, Decimals  and Percentages 

Complete the table to convert the fractions, decimals and percentages to their equivalents.

Fraction  Decimal  Percentage
8/100 0.08 8%
83 

100

0.83 83%
22/100 0.22 22%
34/100 0.34 34%
95 

100

0.95 95%
78/100 0.78 78%
85/100 0.85 85%
65 

100

0.65 65%
7/100 0.07 7%
79/100 0.79 79%
9 

10

0.09 9%
56%
0.43
15 

20

2%