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Isn't the word order in Chinese something like of five, two? I've heard that this order may help people understand fractions]]>Oct 1, 2013 2:55:34 PMOct 1, 2013 2:55:34 PMBill Marsh0Re: out ofs
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Alain Schremmer]]>Oct 1, 2013 2:32:59 PMOct 1, 2013 2:32:59 PMclyuen@buffalo.edu1Re: out ofs
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What is intriguing is that the primary meaning of "sur" is "over" and that a]]>Oct 1, 2013 2:12:08 PMOct 1, 2013 2:12:08 PMSchremmer.Alain@gmail.com2RE: out ofs
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-----Original Message----- From: owner-mathedcc@mathforum.org]]>Oct 1, 2013 1:55:13 PMOct 1, 2013 1:55:13 PMMel.Bienenfeld@sunywcc.edu3Re: out ofs
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On Oct 1, 2013, at 9:13 AM, Bill Marsh wrote:

> Correction: > Sports announcers use out ofs: ?Joe hit one]]>Oct 1, 2013 1:38:29 PMOct 1, 2013 1:38:29 PMSchremmer.Alain@gmail.com4Re: out ofs
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Sports announcers use out ofs: ?Joe hit one out of four in game one and two out of five in the second. That's three out of nine so]]>Oct 1, 2013 9:13:43 AMOct 1, 2013 9:13:43 AMBill Marsh5out ofs
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We sometimes say three fourths as]]>Oct 1, 2013 9:00:37 AMOct 1, 2013 9:00:37 AMBill Marsh6