## Ugh… Mr Fedley Is Forcing Us To Write A Percentage Blog Post

Why am I writing this?:

As you can see on the title I wrote this blog post because Mr Fedley forced everyone in our math class to write about percentages (He also forced us to name the blog post “Mr Fedley Is Forcing Us To Write A Percentage Blog Post”).

So first I need to explain what a percentage is. A percentage is one of the math techniques that you use  in life (e.g. shopping). It’s a number that shows how much something can be in 100(%).

Example_(:3」∠)_ :

One day as usual the math class teacher Mr. Fedup and the tech class teacher Ms. Polite gave the 7A class some home work and assignments. Because they are one of the most cruel nicest teacher in YIS they gave us 120 pieces of homework and assignments in total. 40 of them were from Ms. Polite (technology) and 80 of them were from Mr. Fedup (math). So that means…

Extra example:

Another example with a bigger number :3 (with calculation) :

Lets say that I’ve watched 320 episodes of an anime with 455 episodes. To calculate the percentage of the 32o anime episodes watched out of all 455 episodes first I need to 320÷455=0.7032967 then 0.7032967×100=70.32967)→70.3% or 70.32967%.

What you shouldn’t do for percentages (Fail answers):

I have 5 fingers on one hand (like every one does). 3 of them make 78% and 2 of them make 22% and that adds up to 160%.

There are 11 rubber ducks. 2 of them make 45% and 9 of them make 55%.

There are 6 heads (of Mr Fedley). Both right and left shows 50% of the 6 heads.

BYE!!! (U HAVE TO CLICK ON THE PIC UNDER THIS)

(poison)

## Venn diagram using numbers ~Math~

I n math class we had to look at venn diagrams and make our own again. The difference between the venn diagram I made on the post before is that this time the venn diagram has numbers of the data I took. For the new one I decided to choose the topic about my class using lunch or canteen. I didn’t choose the topic about lunch because I like it eating, ok?.

## Venn diagram 〜math〜

In math class we started to look at venn diagrams. First we looked at a few examples on a slide show discussed the meaning of some of it to get a better idea of venn diagrams. After looking at them in a group we got an assignment to make our own venn diagrams with our own ideas using the site CHEEZ burger. The first venn diagram I made is about Class and the second one is about lunch.

The second one isn’t really true now because I feel bad thinking like it but when I was smaller I used to think like this.