Students list all the ways to write or express the number 100. How can you write it as a decimal, percent, or fraction? What would the number look like written as a Roman numeral? What are the different math related labels you can attach to the number such as how is the turn of an angle measured ? What number sentences can you write using addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division?

September 24, 2006

## Different ways to represent the number 100.

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September 26, 2006 at 1:10 pm

100 pounds-Garrett

C is the roman numeral for 100 – Luis

100 percent-Nataly

$100-Marvin

100 degrees-Luzelena

100 centimeters- Luzelena

100 Kilometers- Destiny

50 x 2 = 100 – Jovan

A Century – Garrett

100 hours – Destiny

100 Calories – Marvin

10 decades= 100 years – Garrett

4 quarters=100 cents – Nataly

100 rubies- Henry

September 28, 2006 at 6:00 pm

Mrs. Austin/Dunn’s class says:

100%-Andrea Aguero

50 + 50-Stefanny Limon

200/2-Brianna Vaughan

25 x 4-Alex Mendoza

10 x 10-Tomas Puente

10 to the second power-Tracy Vasquez

5 x 20-Hunter Reynolds

$100.00-Brittani Monk

(2 x 10 + 5) x 4- Erik Garcia

the square root of 10,000-Sergio Garcia

150 – 50-Monica Flatley

1000/10-Tonisha Briggs

1000 – 900-Martin Gamboa

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