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Session Transcript - Math - Basic, 8/24/2016 7:52PM - louisvuittonsac-pascher.info- louisvuittonsac-pascher.info
Session Date: 8/24/2016 7:52PM ET
Length: 33.6 minute(s)
Subject: Math - Basic

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Rija (Customer)
[00:00:00] 10+0.5= . ?
[00:00:08] hi!

Michele W (Tutor)
[00:00:14] Good afternoon and welcome.
[00:00:16] How are you doing?

Rija (Customer)
[00:00:21] good

Michele W (Tutor)
[00:00:35] I see your problem. Have you had a chance to start it yet?

Rija (Customer)
[00:01:05] No.

Michele W (Tutor)
[00:01:32] that is correct.
[00:01:39] 0.5 does equal 5/10

Rija (Customer)
[00:02:10] Am i still correct?
[00:02:23] Or not?

Michele W (Tutor)
[00:02:29] Not really.
[00:02:49] What happened to the decimal point for the 5?
[00:03:39] Can you place the decimal point on the board?

Rija (Customer)
[00:04:24] where does it go you said i did it wrong the first place i put it.

Michele W (Tutor)
[00:04:32] I didn't see it.
[00:04:59] the decimal point is on the correct spot for the 5.
[00:05:02] The problem is,
[00:05:20] when you add decimals you want to line up the decimal points.

Rija (Customer)
[00:05:31] What?

Michele W (Tutor)
[00:05:37] that way the ones are in the same column, the tenths are in the same column, etc
[00:05:44] Let me show you on board 3
[00:06:19] See how my decimal points are in a straight line?

Rija (Customer)
[00:06:32] yes

Michele W (Tutor)
[00:06:46] Same idea with the 10 and 0.5
[00:06:55] Where is the decimal point for the 10?
[00:08:03] Not exactly.
[00:08:11] You are doing better.
[00:08:16] 10 is a whole number, righy?

Rija (Customer)
[00:08:21] yes

Michele W (Tutor)
[00:08:41] And decimal points separate whole numbers from parts, right?

Rija (Customer)
[00:08:58] yes
[00:09:10] yes

Michele W (Tutor)
[00:09:13] So where does the decimal point go with the 10?
[00:10:01] Does it belong before the 10, between the 1 and 0, or after the 10?

Rija (Customer)
[00:10:30] before
[00:10:36] ?

Michele W (Tutor)
[00:10:47] It would be after.

Rija (Customer)
[00:11:34] is the answer 10.5?

Michele W (Tutor)
[00:11:42] Yes, it is!
[00:11:47] I am glad you got it?
[00:11:53] Do you have questions on it?

Rija (Customer)
[00:12:52] No but can you help me with another question please?

Michele W (Tutor)
[00:13:04] Yes
[00:14:59] Leave it as .7; don't change it into a fraction

Rija (Customer)
[00:15:11] 3/100+8+0.7= / ?
[00:15:24] Okay.

Michele W (Tutor)
[00:16:20] So far so good.
[00:16:42] Now to place the 8.
[00:16:59] Right so far.

Rija (Customer)
[00:17:29] so i just do 0.73+8?

Michele W (Tutor)
[00:17:39] Yes.
[00:18:15] But 8 is in the wrong place.
[00:18:32] 8 is a whole number.
[00:18:51] Remember where the decimal point goes with a whole number?
[00:18:59] That is better.
[00:19:06] Now you can add.

Rija (Customer)
[00:19:27] 8.73 corect or not?

Michele W (Tutor)
[00:19:39] Yes, it is correct!
[00:19:49] I always want to make sure the work matches the answer.
[00:20:01] Do you understand these 2 problems?

Rija (Customer)
[00:20:22] hold on were not done are we

Michele W (Tutor)
[00:20:42] How many more do you have?

Rija (Customer)
[00:20:45] we have to turn it to a fraction

Michele W (Tutor)
[00:20:51] Oh,ok.
[00:20:55] I didn't know that.
[00:21:26] Do you have an idea of how to do that?

Rija (Customer)
[00:21:38] no i don't

Michele W (Tutor)
[00:21:57] there are 2 parts; the whole number and the fraction part.
[00:22:10] What is whole number part of 8.73?

Rija (Customer)
[00:22:40] Slow down. I'm confused.

Michele W (Tutor)
[00:23:14] 8.73 has a whole number part and a decimal part.
[00:23:27] Which is the decimal part?

Rija (Customer)
[00:23:27] okay...
[00:23:39] 8.73

Michele W (Tutor)
[00:23:51] That is the complete answer.
[00:24:10] Within that is a whole number and a decimal piece.
[00:24:35] Here is a hint; where does the decimal point go when you have a whole number?

Rija (Customer)
[00:24:46] are you si don't know
[00:25:08] i meant i don't know

Michele W (Tutor)
[00:25:47] on the board you had the 8 before the decimal point and then you added (on board 4)

Rija (Customer)
[00:26:03] yes

Michele W (Tutor)
[00:26:25] the whole number goes in front of the decimal point.
[00:26:32] After the decimal point is the part.
[00:26:48] So in 8.73 what is the whole number?

Rija (Customer)
[00:26:57] 8

Michele W (Tutor)
[00:27:28] Yes,
[00:27:38] So that is also the whole number part for the fraction.
[00:27:57] So now we need to change .73 into a fraction.
[00:28:13] Do you know your place value for the decimals?

Rija (Customer)
[00:29:22] ones tens hundreths

Michele W (Tutor)
[00:29:30] Correct.]
[00:29:47] 73 is the numerator.
[00:29:58] The question is, is it 73/10
[00:30:01] 73/100
[00:30:05] 73/1000
[00:30:13] 73/10000
[00:31:03] Not quite.
[00:31:14] Better!
[00:31:31] 8.73 = 8 73/100

Rija (Customer)
[00:31:51] that's the answer right
[00:32:08] ?
[00:32:13] is it?

Michele W (Tutor)
[00:32:22] Yes it is!

Rija (Customer)
[00:33:02] Okay thanks for helping me have a good night bye!

Michele W (Tutor)
[00:33:25] You are welcome. Have a good night also.


Math - Basic occurred 8/24/2016 @ 7:52PM and lasted 33:36
10+0.5= . ?

SYSTEM (System)
[00:00:00]*** Please note: All sessions are recorded for quality control. ***
Rija (Customer)
[00:00:00]10+0.5= . ?
[00:00:08]hi!
Michele W (Tutor)
[00:00:14]Good afternoon and welcome.
[00:00:16]How are you doing?
Rija (Customer)
[00:00:21]good
Michele W (Tutor)
[00:00:35]I see your problem. Have you had a chance to start it yet?
Rija (Customer)
[00:01:05]No.
Michele W (Tutor)
[00:01:32]that is correct.
[00:01:39]0.5 does equal 5/10
Rija (Customer)
[00:02:10]Am i still correct?
[00:02:23]Or not?
Michele W (Tutor)
[00:02:29]Not really.
[00:02:49]What happened to the decimal point for the 5?
[00:03:39]Can you place the decimal point on the board?
Rija (Customer)
[00:04:24]where does it go you said i did it wrong the first place i put it.
Michele W (Tutor)
[00:04:32]I didn't see it.
[00:04:59]the decimal point is on the correct spot for the 5.
[00:05:02]The problem is,
[00:05:20]when you add decimals you want to line up the decimal points.
Rija (Customer)
[00:05:31]What?
Michele W (Tutor)
[00:05:37]that way the ones are in the same column, the tenths are in the same column, etc
[00:05:44]Let me show you on board 3
[00:06:19]See how my decimal points are in a straight line?
Rija (Customer)
[00:06:32]yes
Michele W (Tutor)
[00:06:46]Same idea with the 10 and 0.5
[00:06:55]Where is the decimal point for the 10?
[00:08:03]Not exactly.
[00:08:11]You are doing better.
[00:08:16]10 is a whole number, righy?
Rija (Customer)
[00:08:21]yes
Michele W (Tutor)
[00:08:41]And decimal points separate whole numbers from parts, right?
Rija (Customer)
[00:08:58]yes
[00:09:10]yes
Michele W (Tutor)
[00:09:13]So where does the decimal point go with the 10?
[00:10:01]Does it belong before the 10, between the 1 and 0, or after the 10?
Rija (Customer)
[00:10:30]before
[00:10:36]?
Michele W (Tutor)
[00:10:47]It would be after.
Rija (Customer)
[00:11:34]is the answer 10.5?
Michele W (Tutor)
[00:11:42]Yes, it is!
[00:11:47]I am glad you got it?
[00:11:53]Do you have questions on it?
Rija (Customer)
[00:12:52]No but can you help me with another question please?
Michele W (Tutor)
[00:13:04]Yes
[00:14:59]Leave it as .7; don't change it into a fraction
Rija (Customer)
[00:15:11]3/100+8+0.7= / ?
[00:15:24]Okay.
Michele W (Tutor)
[00:16:20]So far so good.
[00:16:42]Now to place the 8.
[00:16:59]Right so far.
Rija (Customer)
[00:17:29]so i just do 0.73+8?
Michele W (Tutor)
[00:17:39]Yes.
[00:18:15]But 8 is in the wrong place.
[00:18:32]8 is a whole number.
[00:18:51]Remember where the decimal point goes with a whole number?
[00:18:59]That is better.
[00:19:06]Now you can add.
Rija (Customer)
[00:19:27]8.73 corect or not?
Michele W (Tutor)
[00:19:39]Yes, it is correct!
[00:19:49]I always want to make sure the work matches the answer.
[00:20:01]Do you understand these 2 problems?
Rija (Customer)
[00:20:22]hold on were not done are we
Michele W (Tutor)
[00:20:42]How many more do you have?
Rija (Customer)
[00:20:45]we have to turn it to a fraction
Michele W (Tutor)
[00:20:51]Oh,ok.
[00:20:55]I didn't know that.
[00:21:26]Do you have an idea of how to do that?
Rija (Customer)
[00:21:38]no i don't
Michele W (Tutor)
[00:21:57]there are 2 parts; the whole number and the fraction part.
[00:22:10]What is whole number part of 8.73?
Rija (Customer)
[00:22:40]Slow down. I'm confused.
Michele W (Tutor)
[00:23:14]8.73 has a whole number part and a decimal part.
[00:23:27]Which is the decimal part?
Rija (Customer)
[00:23:27]okay...
[00:23:39]8.73
Michele W (Tutor)
[00:23:51]That is the complete answer.
[00:24:10]Within that is a whole number and a decimal piece.
[00:24:35]Here is a hint; where does the decimal point go when you have a whole number?
Rija (Customer)
[00:24:46]are you si don't know
[00:25:08]i meant i don't know
Michele W (Tutor)
[00:25:47]on the board you had the 8 before the decimal point and then you added (on board 4)
Rija (Customer)
[00:26:03]yes
Michele W (Tutor)
[00:26:25]the whole number goes in front of the decimal point.
[00:26:32]After the decimal point is the part.
[00:26:48]So in 8.73 what is the whole number?
Rija (Customer)
[00:26:57]8
Michele W (Tutor)
[00:27:28]Yes,
[00:27:38]So that is also the whole number part for the fraction.
[00:27:57]So now we need to change .73 into a fraction.
[00:28:13]Do you know your place value for the decimals?
Rija (Customer)
[00:29:22]ones tens hundreths
Michele W (Tutor)
[00:29:30]Correct.]
[00:29:47]73 is the numerator.
[00:29:58]The question is, is it 73/10
[00:30:01]73/100
[00:30:05]73/1000
[00:30:13]73/10000
[00:31:03]Not quite.
[00:31:14]Better!
[00:31:31]8.73 = 8 73/100
Rija (Customer)
[00:31:51]that's the answer right
[00:32:08]?
[00:32:13]is it?
Michele W (Tutor)
[00:32:22]Yes it is!
Rija (Customer)
[00:33:02]Okay thanks for helping me have a good night bye!
Michele W (Tutor)
[00:33:25]You are welcome. Have a good night also.

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