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  • I need help with my math problem
  • Coming to help
  • Mrs. Teel has two loaves of Irish soda bread. Sally ate 1 1/8 of the two loaves of Irish soda bread. Sam ate 1/4 of the two loaves of Irish soda bread. If no one was to eat anymore soda bread how much would left over ?
  • Lets write the problem down on the smart booard
  • Mrs. Teel has two loaves of Irish soda bread. Sally ate 1 1/8 of the two loaves Irish soda bread. Sam ate 1/4 of the two loaves of Irish soda bread. If no one was to eat anymore soda bread how much would left over ?
  • Easy 8
  • Lets start with finding the common denominator
  • Mrs. Teel has two loaves of Irish soda bread. Sally ate 1 1/8 of the two loaves Irish soda bread. Sam ate 1/4 of the two loaves of Irish soda bread. If no one was to eat anymore soda bread how much would left over ?
  • humm.... 2/8
  • Since the denominator in 1 1/8 is already 8 we only have to change the 1/4. just do the same thing to the numerator as the denominator
  • Mrs. Teel has two loaves of Irish soda bread. Sally ate 1 1/8 of the two loaves Irish soda bread. Sam ate 1/4 of the two loaves of Irish soda bread. If no one was to eat anymore soda bread how much would left over ?
  • Okay so 1/8 + 2/8 = 3/8 3/8+1=1 3/8
  • Correct. Now add 2/8 + 1 1/8 it is easier to add 1/8+2/8 then add the 1
  • Mrs. Teel has two loaves of Irish soda bread. Sally ate 1 1/8 of the two loaves Irish soda bread. Sam ate 1/4 of the two loaves of Irish soda bread. If no one was to eat anymore soda bread how much would left over ?
  • umm.... 1 3/8- 2/2= 5/8
  • Susie has just solved the problem with the help of Julius
  • Now for the hard part subtract 1 3/8 - 2/2
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