Throw Da Bones (Cross Reducing with Fractions) Math Cover of Ice, Ice, Baby





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Published on Oct 29, 2012

Flo Masta P is in the classroom! Watch this video to learn how to cross reduce when multiplying fractions.


All right stop
Collaborate and listen
Phillips is back with a brand new invention
Someone has taught me rightly
I cross reduce daily and nightly
Will it always work?
Yo, that's a no
Turn on your brain and let's go
To the extreme I like a problem with action
Light up a class and multiply with fractions

Rush the students that boom
I'm fillin' your brain till there's no room
Touchdown, reduce up and down
Check for factors don't mess around
Use it or leave it
You better decide
Use Common Factors
Numbers Don't Lie
If there are problems
Yo, I'll solve em
Throw up the bones and you better reduce em'


Throw the Bones, Touchdown
Throw the Bones, Touchdown
Throw the Bones, Touchdown
Throw the Bones, Touchdown

Now that the class is solving
And you are begging for another problem
Throw up the Bones and look for common factors, in both digits, you get it?
What goes in 20 and 15 it's 5 you see
5 goes in 20 four times and three for 15
You Say...
"Woah, Mr. P that can't be you must be kidding me,
Aren't we in math class this can't be so easy"
And I just shrug, cause I know you will love the next step the Touchdown....
Look up and down and you will notice numbers come in to focus
Like 5 and 4, 3 and 9, they are one of a kind
5 and 4 no common factors to explore, so don't worry
3 and 9 will work just fine, don't get in a hurry
We know that 3 goes into both numbers 1 and 3 times
If you divide it's like clockwork that works all of the time
Don't forget how to do all of the basic steps
Just multiply across and you get five twelfths Oh Yeah!

Queen "Under Pressure".
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