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Tuesday, April 11, 2006

That's it

We didn't really do much in class except we did get home work containing questions on hyperbolas which was kind of weird since the questions said precal and the answer sheet said consumer...I want to leave it at that but then there's so much space I just don't know what to do with it. Well I guess I could leave you with a brain teaser...You have four nines(9,9,9,9,). Using only these four nines, arrange them to total 100. you can use any mathematical function you want, but each nine can only be used once. You probably remember this from before but then still maybe some of you don't know this one...for the next scribe I will put the names of the ones who haven't been scribe, write them down on paper and put them into my pocket and I will get some one to put their hands in my pocket and pull out a random name...



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1 Comments:

At 3/23/2009 12:18 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I know how to solve the nines problem. very simple. I was told that if u do 9/9+99, that works.

 

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