# Math Questionnaire Project part 2

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• The final skill I will use in my presentation is the skill that is "Know commonly used fractions and their equivalents, Convert between positive fractions, decimals and percent". An example problem of this is 3/4 - 2/3, you would solve this bye multiplying both numbers bye the opposites base number, ex 2x4 and 3x4 to get 8/12 and 3x3 and 4x3 to get 9/12. 9/12 - 8/12 = 1/12. I will use this to convert a x/10 fraction to a x/100 fraction.
• 60 seconds
• Allright! I'm back Will. Now, let's play
• Thanks!
• Yay! This will be fun! Doing homework and having fun while doing it!
• Hehe, this was a great plan.
• 15-20 seconds
• Okay, heres your glove now
• Thanks for throwing passes to me father.
• 20-30 seconds
• Ok. Now I can fill in my information about how many catches i made out of those 2 sets of 10 passes. Hopefully i get a good grade on this assignment!
• Hehe, Now I can't be hit by a stone.
• You're Welcome!
• I caught X out of 10 passes on the first set. On the second set I caught X out of 10 passes
• 15-20 seconds
• I learned that everyone isn't perfect and that they mess up sometimes. Sometimes my father threw the chest level passes to high or to low for me to catch.
• While my father was passing me the balls, I starting thinking "What was the fastest pitch ever recorded?" eventually my curiosity got the best of be and I had to check it out. I looked it up on the internet and I found out that Albertín Aroldis Chapman de la Cruz holds the fastest pitch ever recorded at 105.3 miles per hour!
• 20-25 seconds.
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