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Tuesday, November 15, 2005

Scribe for Today...

Hmmm....where should I start with today's class. Well since you can see how outside looks not many people showed up. So then we just went over last nights homework. Mr. K answered any of the questions we had. There wasn't enough people to learn something new. After we answered all the questions we went downstairs to the MPR and watched a movie. That was all for today's class=).

There is NO homework..let's all jump for joy! And the scribe for tomorrow is...drum roll please...Kristin_R.


At 11/16/2005 8:16 PM, Anonymous mrs silva said...

I am sure you learned something, snow or no snow. By the way how much is two cups of snow in millilitres???

No cheating!

At 11/17/2005 4:34 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

depends on the density of the snow, at which point you can use the D = M/V formula.

At 11/17/2005 7:40 PM, Blogger tim-Math-y said...

HEY! i heard that on th radio.. hot103 :P cept i didnt hear the answer :(

At 11/17/2005 8:56 PM, Blogger John D. - #12 said...

Snow is frozen rain.. and rain is water.. so the density of the snow is 1g/ml? I don't know, I'm thinking out loud..


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