All Periods: Finish your respective levels of learning upgrade by tomorrow, FRIDAY, for full credit.

## Thursday, December 20, 2012

## Wednesday, December 19, 2012

### 12/19/12

Period 7: No homework. Finish your learning upgrade levels to 21 by Friday.

Period 1,2,3: Learning Upgrade levels are due Friday!!!!! And if you did not finish the triangle ball, bring the pieces Friday so you can finish them.

Period 1,2,3: Learning Upgrade levels are due Friday!!!!! And if you did not finish the triangle ball, bring the pieces Friday so you can finish them.

## Tuesday, December 18, 2012

### 12/18/12

Homework for periods 1,3,5: Finish levels 13-21 on learning upgrade by Friday. There was no direct homework because we took a test.

Period 2,4: Finish the percent house if you did not finish in class. We will work on finishing learning upgrade by the end of the week.

Period 2,4: Finish the percent house if you did not finish in class. We will work on finishing learning upgrade by the end of the week.

## Monday, December 17, 2012

### 12/17/12

Homework for periods 2,4: FInish the entire green worksheet, E-22, E-23

Period 1,3,5: You were supposed to finish finding the equations in class. There is no homework this week. There will be a test tomorrow on inequalities, and Learning Upgrade levels 13-21 are due on 12/21/12

Period 7: Wednesday there will be a test on inequalities. Bring back the 10 graphs worksheet. There is no homework this week. You have learning upgrade levels 13-21 due 12/21/12

Period 1,3,5: You were supposed to finish finding the equations in class. There is no homework this week. There will be a test tomorrow on inequalities, and Learning Upgrade levels 13-21 are due on 12/21/12

Period 7: Wednesday there will be a test on inequalities. Bring back the 10 graphs worksheet. There is no homework this week. You have learning upgrade levels 13-21 due 12/21/12

## Friday, December 14, 2012

### 12/14/12

Homework for periods 2,4: Finish the discount worksheet. To find discount multiply the percent by the amount. 25% of $40.00 = 0.25 x 40.00

Period 1,3,5: Finish graphing the systems of equations.

Period 7: Finish backside of listing hte inequalities that made the graphs.

Period 1,3,5: Finish graphing the systems of equations.

Period 7: Finish backside of listing hte inequalities that made the graphs.

## Thursday, December 13, 2012

### 12/13/12

Homework for period 4: finish the percent decimal worksheet

Period 5: finish graphing the inequalities

Period 7: write down the two inequalities that make the graph shown on the paper I gave you.

All classes: Notebook Quiz Tomorrow

Period 5: finish graphing the inequalities

Period 7: write down the two inequalities that make the graph shown on the paper I gave you.

All classes: Notebook Quiz Tomorrow

## Wednesday, December 12, 2012

### 12/12/12

Absent yesterday, there was no homework.

Period 7,1,3: Finish the graphing inequalities worksheet, both sides.

Period 2: Finish the decimal-percent worksheet.

Period 7,1,3: Finish the graphing inequalities worksheet, both sides.

Period 2: Finish the decimal-percent worksheet.

## Monday, December 10, 2012

### 12/10/12

Homework for periods 2,4: Finish converting fractions, decimals, and percents.

Period 1,3,5,7: Graph the inequalities shown below. If you need graph paper, click the link on the right for "6 Mini Graph"

Period 1,3,5,7: Graph the inequalities shown below. If you need graph paper, click the link on the right for "6 Mini Graph"

## Friday, December 7, 2012

### 12/7/12

No homework today.

Pre-Algebra: Finish levels 11-20 on learning upgrade by 12/21

Algebra: Finish levels 12-21 by 12/21

Algebra:

Test Retake:

Monday at Lunch: Bring your test with you to retake the test. If you do not bring your test, I will not let you retake the test.

I am a french model

Pre-Algebra: Finish levels 11-20 on learning upgrade by 12/21

Algebra: Finish levels 12-21 by 12/21

Algebra:

Test Retake:

Monday at Lunch: Bring your test with you to retake the test. If you do not bring your test, I will not let you retake the test.

I am a french model

## Thursday, December 6, 2012

### 12/6/12

Period 2,4: Learning Upgrade levels 11-20 need to be finished by 12/21

Period 1,3,5,7: Learning Upgrade level 14 is due tomorrow.

Period 1,3,5,7: Learning Upgrade level 14 is due tomorrow.

## Wednesday, December 5, 2012

### 12/5/12

Homework for period 7: Finish reiew questions. Look at yesterdays post for the equations

Period 1,3: Do level 14 on learningupgrade.com

Period 2: We redid a test. No homework.

Period 1,3: Do level 14 on learningupgrade.com

Period 2: We redid a test. No homework.

## Tuesday, December 4, 2012

### 12/4/12

Homework for periods 1,3,5: Graph the following 18 equations. For the yellow ones, give a parallel and perpendicular function and please graph them. There will be a test next time I see you.

Period 2,4: Finish the T-tables and be sure to bring them back so we can work on them next time in class.

ALGEBRA EQUATIONS - Standard Form, Slope Intercept form

Period 2,4: Finish the T-tables and be sure to bring them back so we can work on them next time in class.

ALGEBRA EQUATIONS - Standard Form, Slope Intercept form

## Monday, December 3, 2012

### 12/3/12

Homework for periods 1,3,5,7: Finish graphing the 9 standard form equations. There are links on the right for graph paper. Here are the equations

1) x + y = 1

2) x + y = 3

3) -3x + 2y = -6

4) x + y = -4

5) y - x = -4

6) 5x - 3y = 15

7) 4x - 3y = 12

8) -2x + y = -6

9) -3x + y = 6

Period 2,4: Finish the fraction-Decimal worksheet. Bring it back tomorrow.

1) x + y = 1

2) x + y = 3

3) -3x + 2y = -6

4) x + y = -4

5) y - x = -4

6) 5x - 3y = 15

7) 4x - 3y = 12

8) -2x + y = -6

9) -3x + y = 6

Period 2,4: Finish the fraction-Decimal worksheet. Bring it back tomorrow.

## Thursday, November 29, 2012

### 11/29/12

Homework for periods 5,7: Finish graphing parallel and perpendicular lines. Look for an earlier post to see the graphing assignment.

Period 4: Finish level 20 on learning upgrade.

Pre - Algebra: Test TOMORROW, FRIDAY, on adding fractions and fraction-decimal conversions.

Period 4: Finish level 20 on learning upgrade.

Pre - Algebra: Test TOMORROW, FRIDAY, on adding fractions and fraction-decimal conversions.

## Wednesday, November 28, 2012

### 11/28/12

Homework for period 7: Finish graphing the 7 functions from class

Period 1,3: Finish the parallel and perpendicular lines assignment. Look at the post for Notes 5.2 to see the worksheet

Period 2: Finish level 20 on learning upgrade.

Pre - Algebra: Test FRIDAY, on adding fractions and fraction-decimal conversions.

Period 1,3: Finish the parallel and perpendicular lines assignment. Look at the post for Notes 5.2 to see the worksheet

Period 2: Finish level 20 on learning upgrade.

Pre - Algebra: Test FRIDAY, on adding fractions and fraction-decimal conversions.

## Tuesday, November 27, 2012

### 11/27/12

Homework for periods 1,3,5: Finish graphing the 7 functions from class.

Period 2: Finish multiplying worksheet.

Period 2: Finish multiplying worksheet.

## Monday, November 26, 2012

### 11/26/12

Homework for periods 1,3,5,7: Finish workbook page 269

Period 2,4: Finish worksheet on changing fractions to decimals, and back again. (C-71)

Period 2,4: Finish worksheet on changing fractions to decimals, and back again. (C-71)

## Friday, November 16, 2012

### 11/16/12

There was no homework for anyone. Pre Algebra, bring your fraction tables back Monday. Algebra, check your test grades on Student Connect.

## Thursday, November 15, 2012

### 11/15/13

Homework for period 4: Finish converting all the improper fractions to mixed numbers on yesterdays homework.

Period 5: Finish levels 28,29 on learning upgrade.

Period 7: Finish the inverse variation worksheet. Many of you finished in class and were stamped.

Advanced Algebra: Test tomorrow on functions. Graphing, domain, range, and are they functions. NO direct or inverse variation. Just the other stuff.

Period 5: Finish levels 28,29 on learning upgrade.

Period 7: Finish the inverse variation worksheet. Many of you finished in class and were stamped.

Advanced Algebra: Test tomorrow on functions. Graphing, domain, range, and are they functions. NO direct or inverse variation. Just the other stuff.

## Wednesday, November 14, 2012

### 11/14/12

Homework for period 7: Finish direct variation worksheet

Period 1,3: Finish inverse variation worksheet.

Period 2: Have the first column of the fraction decimal chart finished.

Period 1,3: Finish inverse variation worksheet.

Period 2: Have the first column of the fraction decimal chart finished.

## Tuesday, November 13, 2012

### 11/13/12

Homework for period 1,3: Finish the worksheet on direct variation.

Period 5: Finish the inverse variation worksheet

Quiz on Friday on functions

Period 2,4: Finish the adding worksheet, front and back. Do not worry about simplifying or rewriting improper fractions, we will do that tomorrow.

Period 5: Finish the inverse variation worksheet

Quiz on Friday on functions

Period 2,4: Finish the adding worksheet, front and back. Do not worry about simplifying or rewriting improper fractions, we will do that tomorrow.

## Thursday, November 8, 2012

### 11/8/13

Homework for period 5: Finish page 253 from workbook, finding functions.

Period 7: Finish the 12 graphs from page 251 in your workbook, #15-26

Period 4: Most of you finished the comparing worksheet, bring it back tomorrow to work on the backside.

Period 7: Finish the 12 graphs from page 251 in your workbook, #15-26

Period 4: Most of you finished the comparing worksheet, bring it back tomorrow to work on the backside.

## Monday, November 5, 2012

### 11/5/12

There is no homework today. There was a sub. You were supposed to turn in the worksheet from class. Hopefully it was relaxing.

TURN IN YOUR FEDERAL SURVEY CARDS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

TURN IN YOUR FEDERAL SURVEY CARDS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

## Friday, November 2, 2012

### 11/2/12

Homework for Period 2: Bring back your federal survey cards

Period 4: Finish level 17 on learningupgrade.com

Period 1,3,5,7: Finish graphing the functions given to you in class. They are included below for your convenience. You can print out the little graphs by clicking this link. It is also available from the menu on the right.

Period 4: Finish level 17 on learningupgrade.com

Period 1,3,5,7: Finish graphing the functions given to you in class. They are included below for your convenience. You can print out the little graphs by clicking this link. It is also available from the menu on the right.

## Thursday, November 1, 2012

### 11/1/12

Homework for periods 1,3,5,7: Bring back functions worksheet with 1-4 done

Homework for period 2,4: Finish finding GCF AND LCM for the worksheet

Homework for period 2,4: Finish finding GCF AND LCM for the worksheet

## Tuesday, October 30, 2012

### 10/30/13

No homework, we took the benchmark. If you have not turned in your federal survey card, please bring it tomorrow.

Period 2: I apologize, you do not have your cards yet, still working on it. Hopefully tomorrow.

Algebra: PLEASE turn in your inequality projects. If I do not have it, its a zero in your grade, and it counts as a test. Turn in something.

Period 2: I apologize, you do not have your cards yet, still working on it. Hopefully tomorrow.

Algebra: PLEASE turn in your inequality projects. If I do not have it, its a zero in your grade, and it counts as a test. Turn in something.

## Monday, October 29, 2012

### 10/29/12

No homework for everyone. Bring your federal survey cards back if you didn't bring it back today.

## Friday, October 26, 2012

### 11/26/12

Homework for periods 1,3,5,7: BRING YOUR FEDERAL SURVEY CARDS BACK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

and finish your inequality project.

Rubric: 10 Points - 1 step compound inequality and a solution

5 points - graph of answer

5 points - Color and Creativity

Period 2,4: BRING YOUR FEDERAL SURVEY CARDS BACK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

and finish your inequality project.

Rubric: 10 Points - 1 step compound inequality and a solution

5 points - graph of answer

5 points - Color and Creativity

Period 2,4: BRING YOUR FEDERAL SURVEY CARDS BACK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

## Thursday, October 25, 2012

## Wednesday, October 24, 2012

### 10/23/12

Homework for period 7: Finish 21, 25, 27, 29 on workbook page 229

Period 1,3: Finish 5-8 on inequality worksheet

Period 2: Finish front and back of factor-tree worksheet.

Period 1,3: Finish 5-8 on inequality worksheet

Period 2: Finish front and back of factor-tree worksheet.

## Tuesday, October 23, 2012

### 10/23/12

Homework-period 1,3,5: finish 21, 23, 27, 29 from handout

Period 2: finish divisibility rules worksheet

Period 4: finish the backside of yesterday's homework

Notes will show up later, sorry.

Period 2: finish divisibility rules worksheet

Period 4: finish the backside of yesterday's homework

Notes will show up later, sorry.

## Monday, October 22, 2012

### 10/22/12

Homework for periods 1,3,5,7: Finish page 195, matching compound inequalities and their graphs

Period 2,4: Finish page c-9, listing the factors of the given numbers.

If you missed the notes today, check the posts below for updates. I also added the notes from Friday, which for some reason were missing.

Period 2,4: Finish page c-9, listing the factors of the given numbers.

If you missed the notes today, check the posts below for updates. I also added the notes from Friday, which for some reason were missing.

## Friday, October 19, 2012

### 10/19/12

Homework period 1,3,5,7:

Finish these ten problems, show work, and graph the answers

Period 2,4 (PreAlgebra)

Solve the following and be sure to show the step, before the answer.

Finish these ten problems, show work, and graph the answers

Period 2,4 (PreAlgebra)

Solve the following and be sure to show the step, before the answer.

## Thursday, October 18, 2012

### 10/18/12

Homework for periods 5,7: Page 229 workbook, 1-10, 21-26

Period 4: Finish problems from workbook, its ok to use calculator.

Algebra: See yesterdays post for notes 3.0, 3.1

Period 4: Finish problems from workbook, its ok to use calculator.

Algebra: See yesterdays post for notes 3.0, 3.1

## Wednesday, October 17, 2012

### 10/17/12

Homework for period 7: None

Period 1,3: Finish worksheet from workbook page 229, 1-10, 21-26

Period 2: Finish workbook Page 221

Period 1,3: Finish worksheet from workbook page 229, 1-10, 21-26

Period 2: Finish workbook Page 221

## Friday, October 12, 2012

### 10/12/12

Homework for Period 1,3,5,7: Finish levels 4,5 on Learning Upgrade

Period 2,4: Finish levels 3,4 on learning upgrade, the Property levels.

I will not be in class on Monday (but I will be at school!?!). So, you have until Tuesday or Wednesday to finish.

Period 2,4: Finish levels 3,4 on learning upgrade, the Property levels.

I will not be in class on Monday (but I will be at school!?!). So, you have until Tuesday or Wednesday to finish.

## Thursday, October 11, 2012

## Wednesday, October 10, 2012

### 10/10/12

Homework Period 1,3: None, you took a test. We will do our citizenship rubric on Friday.

Period 7: Finish the consecutive integer worksheet

Period 2: None, we took a test. Retakes are on Friday.

Period 7: Finish the consecutive integer worksheet

Period 2: None, we took a test. Retakes are on Friday.

## Tuesday, October 9, 2012

### 10/9/12

Homework for period 1,3,5: Finish the consecutive Problems.

Period 2,4: Most of you finished the review worksheet, but if you didn't, finish, page 1,4 review substituting and property page.

Period 2,4: Most of you finished the review worksheet, but if you didn't, finish, page 1,4 review substituting and property page.

## Monday, October 8, 2012

### 10/8/12

Homework for periods 1,3: Finish the triangle problems on the worksheet.

Period 5,7: Finish 1-5, and its ok if you dont get 5, just get the equations.

Period 2,4: Finish the review worksheet on order of operations and positive and negative numbers.

Period 5,7: Finish 1-5, and its ok if you dont get 5, just get the equations.

Period 2,4: Finish the review worksheet on order of operations and positive and negative numbers.

## Wednesday, October 3, 2012

### 10/3/12

Homework for period 7: Finish learning upgrade 2,3

Period 1,3: Finish the 10 word problems on worksheet page 43.

Period 2: Finish to problem 10 on the worksheet.

Period 1,3: Finish the 10 word problems on worksheet page 43.

Period 2: Finish to problem 10 on the worksheet.

## Tuesday, October 2, 2012

### 10/2/12

Homework for Period 1,3,5: Finish the first two levels of learningupgrade.com. Only GOLDS count, no silvers or bronze

Homework for period 2,4: Finish the first level of learningupgrade.com.

PARENTS: the user name and password are the same for your children as their signon and password for any computer at school. Usually it is their ID number, and a unique 9 digit password they have written in their planner. The school ID number field is left blank. If I told them they need a number for it, our school id is "597"

Homework for period 2,4: Finish the first level of learningupgrade.com.

PARENTS: the user name and password are the same for your children as their signon and password for any computer at school. Usually it is their ID number, and a unique 9 digit password they have written in their planner. The school ID number field is left blank. If I told them they need a number for it, our school id is "597"

## Monday, October 1, 2012

### 10/1/12

Homework for period 1,3,5,7:

Do problems 1,3,5,6,9,11,12,15,17 from page 211 in your workbook. Only two of the answers are identities or "no solution", the others actually have an answer

Period 2,4: Page 237 in the workbook, 1,2,3,4,and 10-16

Do problems 1,3,5,6,9,11,12,15,17 from page 211 in your workbook. Only two of the answers are identities or "no solution", the others actually have an answer

Period 2,4: Page 237 in the workbook, 1,2,3,4,and 10-16

## Friday, September 28, 2012

### 9/28/12

Homework for period 2,4: Finish the adding, subtracting, multiplying page (E-64). If you finished it and turned it in I gave you a stamp in your planner on TODAY.

Period 1,3,5,7: Rewrite the following four equations 3 different ways, using a different operation every time.

2x - 3 = 4

4x + 3 = 23

3x = 12

5x - 9 = 1

Period 1,3,5,7: Rewrite the following four equations 3 different ways, using a different operation every time.

2x - 3 = 4

4x + 3 = 23

3x = 12

5x - 9 = 1

## Thursday, September 27, 2012

### 9/27/12

Homework for period 4: finish page 221 1-21

Period 5: Finish the problems from the workbook. Check yesterdays post for them if you do not have them

Period 7: Finish level 1~~and~~~~ ~~ or 12 on LearningUpgrade.com

Video of Equations with Fractions HERE (Notes 2.1 Algebra)

Period 5: Finish the problems from the workbook. Check yesterdays post for them if you do not have them

Period 7: Finish level 1

Video of Equations with Fractions HERE (Notes 2.1 Algebra)

## Wednesday, September 26, 2012

### 9/26/12

Homework for Peirod 7,1,3: Page 209 in workbook, #34, 35, 37, 38, 40, 42, 43

Period 2: pg 221 in workbook, 1-21

Here are the problems from the Algebra workbook.

Period 2: pg 221 in workbook, 1-21

Here are the problems from the Algebra workbook.

## Tuesday, September 25, 2012

## Monday, September 24, 2012

### 9/24/12 Homework

Period 2,4: Page 233 in workbook. Finish the top problems.

Period 1,3,5,7: Do these, and show your steps

Period 1,3,5,7: Do these, and show your steps

## Friday, September 21, 2012

### 9/21/12

No homework for any classes. We took a test or quizzes. Pre-algebra, your scores are already posted. There will be a opportunity to redo the test next week.

Algebra, your scores wil be scanned next Monday.

Algebra, your scores wil be scanned next Monday.

## Thursday, September 20, 2012

### 9/20/12

Homework for period 4: Finish page 213, 215, all the problems.

Period 5,7: No homework.

Adv Algebra: There will be a test tomorrow on all the stuff we have gone over. Order of operations, integers, properties, and messed up distributive problems

Pre-Algebra: Thee will be a short quiz on positive and negatives, and order of operations.

Period 5,7: No homework.

Adv Algebra: There will be a test tomorrow on all the stuff we have gone over. Order of operations, integers, properties, and messed up distributive problems

Pre-Algebra: Thee will be a short quiz on positive and negatives, and order of operations.

## Wednesday, September 19, 2012

### 9/19/12

Period 7: Finish the 7 problems on the back of the worksheet. See yesterdays post for the notes

Period 1,3: No homework, Test on Friday on everything we have done. Order of operations, evaluating, expressions, properties, and messed up distributive property.

Period 2: Workbook pages 215 (1-18) and page 213 (1-14)

Period 1,3: No homework, Test on Friday on everything we have done. Order of operations, evaluating, expressions, properties, and messed up distributive property.

Period 2: Workbook pages 215 (1-18) and page 213 (1-14)

## Tuesday, September 18, 2012

### 9/18/12

Homework Period 1,3,5: Do any seven problems on the backside of distributive worksheet (pg 23)

Period 2: Finish circling all the terms in the subtraction page

Period 4: Finish the problems on the subtraction page

Period 2: Finish circling all the terms in the subtraction page

Period 4: Finish the problems on the subtraction page

## Monday, September 17, 2012

### 9/17/12

Homework Period 1,3,5,7: Workbook Page 195, #19-30, 49-54. Page 197, #1-14

Period 2,4: Handout E-59, ONLY write the SIGN of the answer, we will do the work in class tomorrow.

Period 2,4: Handout E-59, ONLY write the SIGN of the answer, we will do the work in class tomorrow.

## Friday, September 14, 2012

### Algebra Notes 1.4 and Homework

Notes 1.4 Properties (Distributive is not shown, but I am sure you get it)

Homework for Algebra, 3 Problems, next to each equal sign, write what property I used to get it.

### Homework 9/14/12

Period 1: One problem

Period 2,4: Front side addition problems (SUM AP AA-14)

Period 3,5,7: Three Problems, see next post for copy of notes and homework problems.

For homework, label each step with what property is being used.

Period 2,4: Front side addition problems (SUM AP AA-14)

Period 3,5,7: Three Problems, see next post for copy of notes and homework problems.

For homework, label each step with what property is being used.

## Thursday, September 13, 2012

## Wednesday, September 12, 2012

## Tuesday, September 11, 2012

### 9/11/12

Periods1-5: No Homework, we did the assessment. Period 2,4: Bring 5 problems tomorrow to turn in (yesterdays homework)

## Monday, September 10, 2012

## Friday, September 7, 2012

### Friday 9/7/2012

For all periods: No homework today. Monday, bring your planner to class, we will start using it to keep track of your homework. Have a good weekend.

## Thursday, September 6, 2012

### Thursday 9/6/12

Homework: period 1-7 finish the gpa worksheet, and the questions at the end,

Tomorrow is the last day to turn in syllabus, tardy policy, and the dinosaur graph, for those of you who have yet to turn it in.

Tomorrow is the last day to turn in syllabus, tardy policy, and the dinosaur graph, for those of you who have yet to turn it in.

## Wednesday, September 5, 2012

### Wednesday 9/5/12

Homework: Periods 1,3,5,7 - No homework.

Periods 2,4: Finish graphing the points. It's a dinosaur.

Sorry for the lateness, I was told this did not post just now @ 10 pm.

Periods 2,4: Finish graphing the points. It's a dinosaur.

Sorry for the lateness, I was told this did not post just now @ 10 pm.

## Tuesday, September 4, 2012

### First Day Of School

Homework for all classes: Bring back syllabus and tardy policy SIGNED to me tomorrow.

Today we went over the syllabus and tardy policy. There are links on the right hand side of the page.

Today we went over the syllabus and tardy policy. There are links on the right hand side of the page.

## Friday, August 31, 2012

### Welcome 2012 🏄

Hello and welcome to my class. This year I am teaching both pre algebra and advanced algebra. Come, look around the many links on this site, and get used to where things are.

Be sure to check my YouTube page for videos of our lessons, and follow me on twitter @MrBrzenski to get the homework feed.

Be sure to check my YouTube page for videos of our lessons, and follow me on twitter @MrBrzenski to get the homework feed.

## Sunday, June 17, 2012

### My Dads Website

Just finishing up my dad's website for fathers day. He's an artist. Mostly done with CSS3, and a little bit of java

http://myartnsoul.net

http://myartnsoul.net

## Wednesday, May 16, 2012

### Use 2 numbers in Operation Six

I realize most people do not look at the help, or read examples, or do anything before trying to play Operation Six.

I probably have to add a tutorial that is mandatory, so more people understand what to do.

**You do not have to use all 6 numbers in Operation Six!!!!**Try using two of the numbers. Heck, one will work. Using all six is really hard to do, but using less is still ok.I probably have to add a tutorial that is mandatory, so more people understand what to do.

## Tuesday, April 17, 2012

## Monday, April 9, 2012

## Tuesday, April 3, 2012

### Games: Operation Six

There was a game called "Four-Fours" where you have to make every number 1-100 using only four 4's and the operations. It was fun, and I wanted a game similar but easier for normal people to do.

Enter "Operation Six". Use six randomly generated numbers to get the numbers 1-30. You can use less than all 6, but the ultimate goal is to use all six. I am pretty sure there is a formula that says this is always possible, but I have to double check.

Coming soon for iPhone, then iPad. iPhone has 30 levels, iPad has 60.

The answer for he shot below:

6-6x3+9-4-1 (order of operations does not apply here. Go left to right)

Enter "Operation Six". Use six randomly generated numbers to get the numbers 1-30. You can use less than all 6, but the ultimate goal is to use all six. I am pretty sure there is a formula that says this is always possible, but I have to double check.

Coming soon for iPhone, then iPad. iPhone has 30 levels, iPad has 60.

The answer for he shot below:

6-6x3+9-4-1 (order of operations does not apply here. Go left to right)

## Tuesday, February 7, 2012

### Which country does math better, US or Germany?

My current rental car is a Chevy, and this is what I noticed.

My battery gauge is split into 8 equal segments, with the lowest being 8, the highest being 18. How many volts is each segment worth?

My gas gauge has 8 equal segments, and my tank is 20 gallons, how many gallons is each 1/8th of the gauge worth?

At home:

My VW has a gas gauge split into 16 segments, and I have a 16 gallon tank. How many gallons is each section worth?

My temperature gauge ranges from 120 to 320, split into 10 segments. How much is each section worth?

I think Europeans pay attention more.

My battery gauge is split into 8 equal segments, with the lowest being 8, the highest being 18. How many volts is each segment worth?

My gas gauge has 8 equal segments, and my tank is 20 gallons, how many gallons is each 1/8th of the gauge worth?

At home:

My VW has a gas gauge split into 16 segments, and I have a 16 gallon tank. How many gallons is each section worth?

My temperature gauge ranges from 120 to 320, split into 10 segments. How much is each section worth?

I think Europeans pay attention more.

## Wednesday, January 11, 2012

### Even cooler QR Code

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