Richard's Big Book of Algebra

Friday, December 5, 2008
Haiku: Adding Integers
Adding Integers
I can add two integers
I know how to add

Cinquain :Subtracting Integers
Subtracting
loss,
less than subtracting means to reduce
Minus

Haiku: Multiplying
Multiplying Rocks
five multiplied by five
next comes dividing

Cinquain: Partitive Division
Divide in parts
equal parts, are in
Parts split up equally

Free verse: Quotitave Division
Quotitave division is like partitive
but in the same sense different
you need to understand it
to do your assingment.

Free verse: Multiplying rule/ Ron's rule
According to Ron when you multiply an odd number of negitive integers your product will be negitive, And when you multiply an even number of negitive integers you will get a product that is positive.

Chapter 2:
man-hey. how are you?
lady-I'm good but im having trouble with my math homework.
man-I can probably help you.
lady-okay...the first question is n+3-5n+12.
man-hmm..i think the answer is -6n+15.
lady-I don't think that is correct.The real answer is -4n+15 because you take away 1n to 5n which gives you 4n and then you add 3+12=15 thats how i got 4n+15.
man-good job i think i need to do more studying.
lady-i got one more question to solve... the question is 2 + 4(3n+8)
man-okay let me try this one...hmm the answer is 12n + 10.
lady-no, wrong again the answer is 18n+48 because 2+4=6 then 6*3n equals 18n and then u multiply 6*8 which give u 48...thats how i got the answer 18n+48.

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6 comments:

  1. Joysie 817 said...

    Good Job. I liked how your poems rhymed. And i liekd your choice of words.

    I think you forgot the second title though. It was Chapter: 1Integer Poetry. And also I found some spelling/ grammar errors. I think that you could use more colour and punctuation.

    Once again, Great job!

    December 6, 2008 at 6:34 PM  

  2. Karen 8-17 said...

    Good JOb!
    I like your poems they all make sense. Oh, and you forgot to Chapter one: integer poetry. I think your best one is adding integers(haiku). You did a great job. It could use colors to make it attractive and better. But still great job!
    -Kayue:]

    December 6, 2008 at 7:36 PM  

  3. linda 8-17 said...

    HI RICHARD! GOOD JOB! I'll keep this brief for you so your brain won't hurt too much. (y)
    Throughout your poems you didn't really seem to use punctuation, but then all of a sudden I see a punctuation (a comma). So my advice to you is if you're going to use punctuation, use it throughout the whole ordeal.
    Also, when making a post try to change the text colour, size, font etc. so that the post will look more attractive, inviting, and will entice the reader. IN ADDITION, please please PLEASE spell check, and read over your writing to make sure it is error free!
    To conclude I'll talk about my thoughts on your poems! WELL, MY favourite poem would probably have to be the Multiplying Rule Free Verse because you explained "Ron's Rule" quite fluidly. KUDOS, TO THAT!

    - Ducky ,

    December 7, 2008 at 12:44 AM  

  4. Breann 8-17 said...

    Great Job Richard. as joysie Said I also liked how youre poems rhymed and i did like like your choice in words. i also did see some grammer mistakes so you should go back and edit it a little for better marks. You should probably use color so it is more interesting instead of people just looking at it and saaying you should use color over and over again. and Great Job!

    December 9, 2008 at 9:43 AM  

  5. sutchaisana 8-41 said...

    Good job Richard! How come you used Ron's Rule? Aren't you supposed to use the rule that was for your class? Haha, whatever. It was still good. Once again, great job!

    December 11, 2008 at 12:43 AM  

  6. Karen 8-17 said...

    Hey Richard! I commented on your poems now it's time to comment on your movie. I see that you didn't embed it and you just posted the link. I like your whole story and I guess you explained everything really well. Great Job:)
    -Karen:)

    December 18, 2008 at 6:13 PM  

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