Homework of 21st July, 2017

Homework of 21st July, 2017

Homework

Mixed bag:  Cycle 5

Math:

  1. Solve the following:
    1. 5 ⅔ + 6 3/9
    2. 5 2/8 – 4 2/3
    3. 7 3/7 – 2 7/8
  2. Multiply the following:
    1. 3/9 X 1/9
    2. 3/12  X 6/12
    3. 2/8 X 4
  3. Anil says 5 ¾ + 2 ¼ = 7 ½ because 7 4/8 = 7 ½ . Identify his mistake.
  4. Harsha says that to add fractions with different denominators, you always have to multiply the denominators to find the common unit; for example ¼ + ⅙ = 6/24 + 4/24

Show Harsha how she could have chosen a denominator smaller than 24, and solve the problem.

5. Jasmine brought ¾ litre of iced tea to the party. Bimal brought ⅞ litre of iced tea to the same party. Who brought more iced tea and by what fraction?

6. Rita and Kavita made a bowl of lemonade each. Kavita used 5 times more lemon juice than Rita. Rita used ⅘ cup of lemon juice. How many cups of lemon juice did Kavita use?

Source: Engage NY

Language:

Change the degree of comparison without changing the meaning and underline the words that show comparison.

Example:

  1.  Malacca is the oldest town in Malaysia. (Change to positive and comparative)

Positive –No other town in Malaysia is as old as Malacca.

Comparative- Malacca is older than any other town in Malaysia.

  1.    Peter is cleverer than any other boy in the class. (Change to positive and superlative)
  2.    Jupiter is the biggest of all planets. (Change to comparative and positive)
  3.    Very few boys are as industrious as John. (Change to comparative and superlative)
  4.    India is the largest democracy in the world. (Change to comparative and positive )
  5.    Shakespeare was greater than any other playwright. (Change to positive and superlative )
  6.    Asoka was one of the greatest Indian kings. ( Change to positive and comparative)
  7.    Greenland is the largest island in the world. (Change to positive and comparative)
  8.    Lead is heavier than any other metal. (Change to positive and superlative)
  9.   Very few animals are as useful as the cow. ( Change to comparative and superlative)

Source: https://www.englishpractice.com

U.O.I:  a). Fill the details in the Well-Being log for the dates – 21st, 22nd and 23rd July.

b). Kindness challenge – 11, 12, 13.

c). Brainstorm the ideas for ‘Well-being Mela’.

Note: Formative assessment books have been sent. Kindly acknowledge by signing the same.

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