OpenStudy (anonymous):

Ursula has 1/2 cup of butter she uses 1/4 cup of butter to make a batch of brownies A= how many batches can she make with 1/2 cup of butter = 2 batches of brownies B= with help draw a fraction model that shows the total number of batches of brownies that Ursula can make with fraction 1 over 2 cup of butter. Make sure to label the model. Below, explain your model in detail to describe how this model visually shows the solution for Part A.

1 year ago
RhondaSommer (rhondasommer):

I really thought of ariel when I saw this XD; just make an image of how you got to the answer "two batches"

1 year ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

@atreyu6s3x6 um my mom did that for my lil sis idk umm this is my lil sis work she dosent believe me when i help so i came on here

1 year ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

@RandomNameDestroyer @RhondaSommer

1 year ago
RhondaSommer (rhondasommer):

seriously?

1 year ago
RhondaSommer (rhondasommer):

thats ridiculous.

1 year ago
RhondaSommer (rhondasommer):

tell her that 1/4 * 2 is i/2

1 year ago
RhondaSommer (rhondasommer):

1*

1 year ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

WHAT?! haha

1 year ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

okay that A she say i already have that thank you she needs B and help with 3 more questions

1 year ago
RhondaSommer (rhondasommer):

have her draw a measuring cup>

1 year ago
RhondaSommer (rhondasommer):

one filled with 1/4 and ine filled with half; another fillied with a quarter. right how many batches they simbolize obove it?

1 year ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

okay she asked if you can put it in a way for her to understand

1 year ago
RhondaSommer (rhondasommer):

like this

1 year ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

ok she understands a lil

1 year ago
RhondaSommer (rhondasommer):

tell her to do that because the measuring cups visibly show that the amount is doubed

1 year ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

ok

1 year ago
RhondaSommer (rhondasommer):

:) make sense?

1 year ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

he says a lil grrr

1 year ago
RhondaSommer (rhondasommer):

okay what doesnt make sense

1 year ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

she*

1 year ago
RhondaSommer (rhondasommer):

Im asking what you dont understand

1 year ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

she says all

1 year ago
RhondaSommer (rhondasommer):

it should make sense. if she got A then that should make sense

1 year ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

idk she say she just really needs help and this is confusing her

1 year ago
RhondaSommer (rhondasommer):

then she needs to tell me EXACTLY what doesnt make sense

1 year ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

she says everything dosent make sense

1 year ago
RhondaSommer (rhondasommer):

then idk how to help

1 year ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

anybody eles?

1 year ago
RhondaSommer (rhondasommer):

@mathmale @matheducatorMcG @mathstudent55

1 year ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

@zepdrix

1 year ago
563blackghost (563blackghost):

Basically think of it like money.... Pretend we have $1 and you want to split it by 2 that would equal 50 cents since....50 + 50 equals $1.... So 50 is one-half of a dollar.... Now how many quarters make up $1?

1 year ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

4

1 year ago
563blackghost (563blackghost):

Correct so 4 quarters make up $1...So if we have 25 cents then we have 1/4 of a dollar...do you get that?

1 year ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

yes she does

1 year ago
563blackghost (563blackghost):

Great ^^ Now if we add 25 plus 25 which is 1/ 4 plus 1/4 that would equal what?

1 year ago
563blackghost (563blackghost):

@alibaby

1 year ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

0.5

1 year ago
563blackghost (563blackghost):

Correct ^^ that would be 1/2 so she will be able to make two batches of brownies....do you understand how we found that answer?

1 year ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

she dosent

1 year ago
563blackghost (563blackghost):

Thats alright ^^ lets try a different approach....instead of brownies we will use money (kind of).... Now we know that 1/4 or .25 makes one batch of brownies....So we use 25 cents of one dollar.... Now we have 1/2 or .5 which can make a ___ batch of brownies.... So we have 50 cents of one dollar ourselves..... Now how many quaters are needed to make 50 cents?

1 year ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

25 + 25

1 year ago
563blackghost (563blackghost):

Correct! So that is what we are doing adding 1/4 and 1/4 to equal 1/2 so that would mean we would be able to make 2 batches of brownies since we have .5 ourselves and use .25 to make one batch of brownies....do u get a lil better?

1 year ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

yayyy thankyou she has 4 more

1 year ago
563blackghost (563blackghost):

Im sorry but I got to go....good luck...

1 year ago
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