the great big book of Algebra

Thursday, December 4, 2008
POEM

Free verse-rules of mutiplying Integers
Sally oh Sally, this shy one
has never multiplyed an Integer
not even one.
she asked me if i knew how to do it,
i said yes dear lets get to it.
but Sally was a hopless one,
she dident want to learn, she just wanted to have fun.
But just when i thought there was no hope and was going to cry,
I decided to glimps upon the sky.
And in a split second i got a theory,
i will teach her about pratts law, so dearly!
So i told Sally if you add a negative amout of integers
that her product would be negative,
and that if she added a positive amount of integers her product
would be positive.
Oh yes Oh yes there was some hope,
I gave Sally a pen and paper and she did not mope!



Picture-Adding Integers

When you add a
negative integer and a
positive integer your
is a negative




Free verse-subtracting integers
Subtracting integers is oh so simple honey,
just think of it as useing money.
think of it as i have, i owe
now that i am done here i must go!!


Diamante-Quotative
Qoutative
how many, oposite of partative
easy, fast, correct,
makes life very easy,
memorizing, problem solving, efitient,
efitient, simple,
Quotative


Tanka-partative
partative is fun
share equally into groups
count how much you have
see what your out come is and
record it onto your sheet



3 comments:

  1. Rayna 8-16 said...

    I love your first free verse; but for Pratts Law you have that if you have a positive amount of integers it will be positive and if you have a negative amount of negative integers you will get a negative. It should be that if you have an EVEN amount of negative integers you will get a positive integer and if you have an ODD amount of negative integers you will get a negative integer.

    Positive---EVEN
    Negative---ODD

    December 4, 2008 at 7:58 PM  

  2. gian 8-16 said...

    Hey Genia , I really liked your choice of colours. But then dont you think your font is to big. And i also agree with what Rayna said . Positive is even and Negative is odd.

    December 5, 2008 at 8:49 PM  

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    December 16, 2008 at 6:14 PM  

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