The Carlo Scribe

Thursday, October 30, 2008
Today at October 30 2008 in class at period 3 we just got a green booklet but it wasn't an ordinary booklet, it was a booklet of integers. And in that integer booklet, there were problems, subtraction and addition. But they were not any ordinary problems, they were simple and straight forward problems but with no training wheels or brackets if you prefer. Now here is a hint for all y'all people, if you see a bracket in a problem with two integers it's just tricking you. but if you see a bracket in a three or more integers in a question y'all just have to do the simple rules of the addition or subtraction problem. If y'all just look at the bottom of this paragraph.

Dudes here's another.

If I get anything missing please hesitate, do anything to it, reorganize it, a 10% to comment it, do something to it, just do it! Now I'm done.


  1. Liem 8-17 said...

    Good job Carlo. I liked how you explain how you got your answers(:

    November 3, 2008 at 8:09 AM  

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