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Dividing Decimals



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/=divided by (no division sign) When diving decimals with a number like 7.68 and 1.5 you wold have to put make the 15 a whole number in order to divide 7.68 by 1.5 easier.    Ex: 7.68 divided by 1.5=?                                  1.5 the decimal will be behind the 5 and the 1.5 will become a whole number to b   so yo would then also move the 7.68 behind the 6 because the 1.5 moved once  and the 7.68 can only move the decimal point once and it would be 76.8 now. then you would try to divide 15 / 76.8=?        So then you would divide as as we call it the "the roof" from a house top. You would have to and would put the decimal point straight above and on top of "the roof" Then you would have your answer and would not move the decimal point anywhere beside where it is suppose to be.              

Dividing Decimals



Concepts: 3


/=divided by (no division sign) When diving decimals with a number like 7.68 and 1.5 you wold have to put make the 15 a whole number in order to divide 7.68 by 1.5 easier.    Ex: 7.68 divided by 1.5=?                                  1.5 the decimal will be behind the 5 and the 1.5 will become a whole number to b   so yo would then also move the 7.68 behind the 6 because the 1.5 moved once  and the 7.68 can only move the decimal point once and it would be 76.8 now. then you would try to divide 15 / 76.8=?        So then you would divide as as we call it the "the roof" from a house top. You would have to and would put the decimal point straight above and on top of "the roof" Then you would have your answer and would not move the decimal point anywhere beside where it is suppose to be.              

Dividing Decimals



Concepts: 3


/=divided by (no division sign) When diving decimals with a number like 7.68 and 1.5 you wold have to put make the 15 a whole number in order to divide 7.68 by 1.5 easier.    Ex: 7.68 divided by 1.5=?                                  1.5 the decimal will be behind the 5 and the 1.5 will become a whole number to b   so yo would then also move the 7.68 behind the 6 because the 1.5 moved once  and the 7.68 can only move the decimal point once and it would be 76.8 now. then you would try to divide 15 / 76.8=?        So then you would divide as as we call it the "the roof" from a house top. You would have to and would put the decimal point straight above and on top of "the roof" Then you would have your answer and would not move the decimal point anywhere beside where it is suppose to be.              

Some english terms



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acronym -> word formed from successive initials or groups of letters, as NATOanalogy -> comparison between like features of two things that are otherwise dissimilar antonym -> word of opposite meaning colloquial -> appropriate to casual rather than formal speech or writingdialect -> pronunciation or words peculiar to an areadictionary -> resource that lists the words of a language with their meanings idiom -> expression peculiar to a language jargon -> vocabulary meaningful only to a particular profession or group semantics -> the study of meaning in language synonym -> word meaning the same as another syntax -> the arrangement of words into sentences and phrases theme -> short essay; subject of discussion or art vernacular -> language used locally or in everyday speech

Yet another sample note



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antagonist -> adversary of the hero or protagonist of a drama or other literary workarchetype - original pattern or modelcharacter - person in a novel, play, etc.hero - the main typically male character in a story, play, etc.heroine - main female character in a story, play, etc.muse - the inspiration motivating a poet, artist, etc.protagonist - the main characterpseudonym - fictitious name used by an author to conceal his or her identity; pen name

Demo note



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Flummoxto perplex or bewilderCrest - the highest part of a hill or mountain range; summit.Portent -> an indication or omen of something about to happen, especially something momentous.Compile ~ to put together (documents, selections, or other materials) in one book or work.Lease: a contract renting land, buildings, etc., to another; a contract or instrument conveying property to another for a specified period or for a period determinable at the will of either lessor or lessee in consideration of rent or other compensation.Missive = sent or about to be sent, especially of a letter from an official source.

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