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Monday, May 15, 2006

Scribe#55 : Review and Brief Introduction To Logirhythm

Okay, just because I wanted to look good, I spend 5 minutes counting what number scribe we're on. Apparently its 55. That's pretty cool. Anyways, I'm Van, and I'm gonna do one kick @55 scribe. (Sorry if that's offensive Mr. K).

Today was a 2 period day. Mr. K was lonely at the front. People slowly etched away, especially Sissyphus (That has to be a typo...). No one felt like moving, so Mr. K went on with the class. ALSO, Mr. K forgot about our lemon squares! The 80% probability failed. We gotta get em tomorrow!, hopefully, if Mr.K sees this scribe in time, he'll remember to make them right away.

So Mr. K posted the online quiz a LITTLE late, so it should end tonight at 11:59:59. So, get those done people! Mr. K mentioned about, all the BoB's(hehe I invented that) state that, most people have trouble with the poker probability. So we started doing 3 practice problems.

1. Find the probability of getting... *BOOM* *Mr.K turns around and looks at Calvin*

Calvin: "SO CLOSE!, I swear, that hole puncher was there as a trap."

Calvin failed to sneak into the room late while Mr.K wasn't looking. Now he owes him 3 bubble teas. Just thought I'd mention that.

1. Find the probability of getting 2 pair in a 5 card poker hand

A two pair is two cards of one rank and another two cards of another rank.

Ex.




















2. Find the probability of getting exactly 5 spades and 4 hearts in a 13 card bridge hand.

Okay, so what in the heck is bridge? I have no clue. I've never seen anyone play it, so let's post the rules for the heck of it, in case anyone wants to try.

http://www.pagat.com/boston/bridge.html








Find the probability of getting a "Full house" in a 5 card poker hand.

A full house, or full boat, contains a set (three) cards of one rank and a pair of another rank.

















So those were the practice questions, and the test will be on Wednesday MORNING. Get ready guys.

Sketch Each Pair Of Graphs On The Same Cartesian Plane

Mr. K: Start by gratch...

Mr. K said gratch. Definition: Mr. K's mistake of a new word. Appears to be a combination of "graph" and "sketch"



































So, I probably should've wrote what he was trying to say about exponents and powers. I'll update this again and ask him about the language. For now, here's the questions and answers

All I know is that, whatever the log base(under the log), the exponent(the # after =), is what I'm looking for, to make the power(beside the log)





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2 Comments:

At 5/15/2006 10:00 PM, Blogger Mr. H said...

A good start to your scribe post. Be sure to get to class on time, hopefully there will be some lemon squares, and complete your post. This could be hall of fame worthy with some work.

A great source for bridge would be anyone over 60. Almost all people of this age play the game. Talk to one of them and they will explain the game to you.

Good luck on your test.
Mr. Harbeck

 
At 5/15/2006 10:36 PM, Blogger Mr. Kuropatwa said...

Wow. I can't wait to see the rest of this post. It's looking like another entry for The Scribe Post Hall Of Fame! ;-)

Great work Van!

And about the lemon squares. I won't be able to bake tonight. But I have some time freed up tomorrow night. That means lemon squares on Wednesday. ;-)

 

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