CHAPTER 1 INTEGER POETRY

Addition-Haiku

Adding Integers,

Plus, increase, greater than, add,

Adding is so fun!

Subtracting Integers-Free Verse Poetry

Subtracting integers is just mad...

In the world of integers,

We never subtract, we add!

Adding integers is so fun!

Lets get to it! And get the job done,

Subtracting Integers does not exist,

But there's a twist

If you do subtract, you must add instead,

Adding is very much easy like

watching tv or sleeping in bed!

Partitive Division- Tanka Poem

You give to everyone,

Called sharing division too,

Share your yummy cookies,

Give until you have none left,

Remember to share cookies!!

Quotative Division-Haiku

Groups of Integers,

Group them in equal parts now,

It is so easy.

Rule of Multiplying Integers-Free Verse Poem

In the world of integers

There is only 2 rules

When you multiply an even amount of negative integers the product is always positive

Isn't that just cool!

Other rule is when you multiply an odd number of negative integers

the product is always negative

With our rules multiplying integers is a breeze

Multiplying Integers is easy like 1,2,3!

Easy as eating cheese!

Adding Integers,

Plus, increase, greater than, add,

Adding is so fun!

Subtracting Integers-Free Verse Poetry

Subtracting integers is just mad...

In the world of integers,

We never subtract, we add!

Adding integers is so fun!

Lets get to it! And get the job done,

Subtracting Integers does not exist,

But there's a twist

If you do subtract, you must add instead,

Adding is very much easy like

watching tv or sleeping in bed!

Partitive Division- Tanka Poem

You give to everyone,

Called sharing division too,

Share your yummy cookies,

Give until you have none left,

Remember to share cookies!!

Quotative Division-Haiku

Groups of Integers,

Group them in equal parts now,

It is so easy.

Rule of Multiplying Integers-Free Verse Poem

In the world of integers

There is only 2 rules

When you multiply an even amount of negative integers the product is always positive

Isn't that just cool!

Other rule is when you multiply an odd number of negative integers

the product is always negative

With our rules multiplying integers is a breeze

Multiplying Integers is easy like 1,2,3!

Easy as eating cheese!

CHAPTER 2

Xtranormal

Combining like terms and the Distributive Property

Billy Bob Jones: Hey Mike! I need your help with my homework.

Mike Hawk Jones: Sure let me see.

Billy Bob Jones: My last question asks what is combining like terms.

Mike Hawk Jones: Oh that's easy. It's like going shopping, you group the apples with the apples and the oranges with the oranges. But this time you group the variables(letters) with the constants(numbers).

Billy Bob Jones: Oh! I get it, so if there's 2a+1a+2+1. I just combine them so it's 3a+3?

Mike Hawk Jones: Yep just like that. It's like simplifying your answer so it's more easier to solve.

Billy Bob Jones: Thanks Mike!

Mike Hawk Jones: No problem Billy! Glad to help.

Questions:

Cosmo: I need help with homework! Is N+3-5N+12 is -6N+15??

Wonda: That's not right, lets go over this question.

Cosmo: Ok... How do we do this?

Wonda: First lets change the way we look at it. N-5N+3+12 is much better for your eyes. Now we have to simplify.

Cosmo: How do we simplify Wonda?

Wonda: We add the variables with the constants so there's only 1 variable and 1 constant left.

Cosmo: Ok N-5N is -4N and +3+12 is +15 so the answer is -4n+15 Wonda?

Wonda: Yep! Way to go Cosmo.

Cosmo: Thanks Wonda(:

Patrick: Hey Spongebob how's it going?

Spongebob Squarepants: I have homework from boarding school...

Patrick: What's your homework?

Spongebob: A question is 2+4(3N+8) I think it's dealing with combining like terms and the distributive property. I think the answer is 12N+10.

Patrick: No that's wrong! I think the answer is 12N+34 because we are dealing with the distributive property so we multiply the 4 with 3n+8 which is 12N+34. Then we add the 2 so we get 2+12N+32. Now we combine like terms so 2+32 is 34 and there is only 1 variable and 1 constant now. So our answer is 12N+34.

Spongebob: Oh! I'm sooooooo stupid, I should of known we had to do that. Thanks Patrick and how did you get so smart at this?

Patrick: Hahaha I guessed

Spongebob: Now that's my best friend right there!

Mike Hawk Jones: Sure let me see.

Billy Bob Jones: My last question asks what is combining like terms.

Mike Hawk Jones: Oh that's easy. It's like going shopping, you group the apples with the apples and the oranges with the oranges. But this time you group the variables(letters) with the constants(numbers).

Billy Bob Jones: Oh! I get it, so if there's 2a+1a+2+1. I just combine them so it's 3a+3?

Mike Hawk Jones: Yep just like that. It's like simplifying your answer so it's more easier to solve.

Billy Bob Jones: Thanks Mike!

Mike Hawk Jones: No problem Billy! Glad to help.

Questions:

Cosmo: I need help with homework! Is N+3-5N+12 is -6N+15??

Wonda: That's not right, lets go over this question.

Cosmo: Ok... How do we do this?

Wonda: First lets change the way we look at it. N-5N+3+12 is much better for your eyes. Now we have to simplify.

Cosmo: How do we simplify Wonda?

Wonda: We add the variables with the constants so there's only 1 variable and 1 constant left.

Cosmo: Ok N-5N is -4N and +3+12 is +15 so the answer is -4n+15 Wonda?

Wonda: Yep! Way to go Cosmo.

Cosmo: Thanks Wonda(:

Patrick: Hey Spongebob how's it going?

Spongebob Squarepants: I have homework from boarding school...

Patrick: What's your homework?

Spongebob: A question is 2+4(3N+8) I think it's dealing with combining like terms and the distributive property. I think the answer is 12N+10.

Patrick: No that's wrong! I think the answer is 12N+34 because we are dealing with the distributive property so we multiply the 4 with 3n+8 which is 12N+34. Then we add the 2 so we get 2+12N+32. Now we combine like terms so 2+32 is 34 and there is only 1 variable and 1 constant now. So our answer is 12N+34.

Spongebob: Oh! I'm sooooooo stupid, I should of known we had to do that. Thanks Patrick and how did you get so smart at this?

Patrick: Hahaha I guessed

Spongebob: Now that's my best friend right there!

Joysie 817said... This comment has been removed by the author.December 4, 2008 at 8:32 PM

Joysie 817said...Hi, Liem. Great Job! I liked how you used your colours and how you rhymed your words. It really sounds great.

Although, you did have some errors. Spelling, grammar and some capitalization mistakes.

But, I still think that you did a excellent job! ☺

December 4, 2008 at 8:34 PM

linda 8-17said...WOW! I think this is my favourite post for poems ;)

You generally rhymed throughout the entire post of poems, which I thought was amazing. I'm horrible at rhyming, and sir, I think you've got talent. :)

In each poem, you were able to explain the idea of what the topic was, so I thought that was extremely helpful!

Your choice of colour is so inviting, and it nicely follows a pattern. GOOD JOB!!!!!

Honestly speaking, I don't have a favourite poem here. They all are. ;DD

December 7, 2008 at 1:33 AM

linda 8-17said...OH! AND REMEMBER TO CHECK YOUR PUNCTUATION NEXT TIME!

December 7, 2008 at 1:34 AM

Kevin 8-17said...LIEM! haha, nice video, but it didn't show them having a conversation and asnwering those questions. I thought you had to put that in the video too haha. and wow, he gave billy bob a kiss at the end, ahahah.

December 16, 2008 at 11:36 PM

camille817said...LIEM!

Hey good job on your movie Liem! :) I liked how you made 2 different movies, You also explained everything very well! Keep up the good work! :D

December 18, 2008 at 8:55 PM

Karen8-17said...apsh! I see my writing on chapter 3 subtaction LOL!! Good Job guess you explained everything on your pictures, I can't watch any of the videos here except for mine for someone reason maybe it's my computer or internet! anyways Good JOB!!

- your lil sister!

January 19, 2009 at 5:55 PM