### Scribe Post For December 03

Thursday, December 4, 2008
Today we worked a bit more on our pink algebra sheet and we have 48 Questions from section C and section I for homework so i`ll do a few of the harder ones and some simpler ones.

C.1.A number. This question was really easy all you have to do is pick a letter, I picked N.

2.A number doubled. N stands for a number and then 2 for the double so the answer is N2.

3.The square of a number. This one was a little harder but once again the number is N and to square it you put a little two above and to the right of it so the answer is N2 (sorry but I cant do exponents on the computer).

12.A number is less than seven. I put is less than in italics because less than is subtraction but if you put is in front of it it ends up being this <. So a number is N is less than is < and seven is 7 so the answer is N<7.

23.A number tripled is greater than thirty-seven. Is greater than is in italics for the same reason as is less than greater than is addition and is greater than is >. A number is once again N tribled is 3 is greater than is > and thirty-seven is 37 so the answer is N3>37.

24.Three consecutive numbers. This question is pretty hard but you have to have a number N then another number that is 1 greater than it and then another number that is 1 greater than that and you separate them by commas and since you don't know the number it ends up like this N,N+1,N+2.

I.15.If a number is squared, the result is forty-nine. In this question we once again use exponents so its a number N squared 2 (above an to the right of the N) and the result is forty-nine is =49 so the answer is N2=49.

20.Four times a number squared is equal to the number doubled. this is a long question but all you have to do is four times a number squared which is 4N2 is equal to = the number doubled or N2 so the answer is 4N2=N2.

22.The product of two consecutive numbers is fifty-six. So we have two consecutive numbers multiplying so its NN+1 is + fifty-six 56 so the answer is NN+1=56.

24.Nine times a number plus the number quadrupled is zero. Nine times a number is 9N plus the number quadrupled is +N4= zero or 0 so the answer is 9N+N4=0.

So these are all the questions I picked I'm sorry I was late I will be on time with my next scribe for sure.

1. Karen 8-17 said...

Good Job! it's a bit late but I guess it's okay. There's a few errors. You did a few mistakes on your questions and answers like the second one it's 2n not N2 I think. And should also put pictures and more colors (people would be more interested if they see colors because if it's just black it seems boring).
You should also put links and a videos that relates to this. And you should have put a picture of the white paper( the folded one).
Good Job!
-Kayue:]

December 4, 2008 at 4:36 PM

2. Joysie 817 said...

Good Job! Although your scribe was late it did have what we had to do for homework and some example questions.

Athough it could use some improvement. For starters you can put a variety of colours and pictures as well to make your scribe more attractive. Also I think it would be great if you could find a video based on the topic and also add links. And as Karen said it would be great if you put a picture of the white booklet, to show people who missed math class for leadership.
And one more thing, I think you made a mistake on the second question, it was supposed to be 2n not n2. Oh, and there was some spelling and grammar mistakes.

Other than your mistakes, I would say that your scribe was well done. ☺

December 4, 2008 at 5:04 PM

3. Joysie 817 said...

Ha! I beat you! My Comment is longer than yours, Karen! LOL

December 4, 2008 at 5:05 PM

4. Jowella 8-17 said...

Good job Tanner! Your scribe is late but you did a good job. Thanks for giving us some of the answers from the worksheet. Next time you should add alot more color to make it look more better, and maybe also add pictures or videos.

You should also go back to it and fix some of your spelling and grammar mistakes. Anyway you did a good job! :)

December 4, 2008 at 6:52 PM

5. Giselle 8-17 said...

Nice scribe Tanner! :)
I didn't find any mistakes, but I think pictures would have helped to explain harder questions better.

December 4, 2008 at 8:32 PM

6. courtneyc 8-17 said...

Hi Tanner.
I didn't find any mistakes on your scribe, but as Giselle said pictures would have helped to explain a bit harder. (:

- But by the way good job!

December 4, 2008 at 9:35 PM

7. camille817 said...

Good job Tanner on your scribe post!
:)

December 5, 2008 at 5:17 PM