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Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Lemon square!!! Scribe post!!!

Hi! guyzzz... We started the day with our terrifying test(just kidding). And finally Mr.K brought the lemon square, by the way its good Mr.K and can I have the recipe for that one.


In the afternoon, we started an example;

Evaluate the expression:
1.)


2.

3.

Then,Mark asked what if the example were given like this:

a.) 32 + 35

b.) 27 - 23

Mr.K , explained that there are no such rules that can fit in these such question because the first 2 example are implied within the property of multiplication and division.

Remember this following rules:


There is also an example where the 2 rules are join together like:


Well, I guessed that's it for me, by the way our homework is on page 106, numbers 1-42 only the even numbers. The next scribe will be Lerwyne.



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2 Comments:

At 5/18/2006 7:45 AM, Blogger Mr. H said...

Great use of colour. I understood your explanations and they were reinforced your font and colour changes. Excellent job and a candidate for the Scribe Hall of Fame.

In fact..... for ease of reading and for publishing a scribe that explains the use of Logarithms I will put you in the Scribe Hall of Fame.

 
At 5/18/2006 8:36 AM, Blogger Mr. Kuropatwa said...

Emile,

Mr H. is absolutely right! Wow! For all the reasons Mr. H. said this belongs in The Scribe Post Hall Of Fame.

Excellent work!

Cheers,
Mr. K.

 

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