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Wednesday, November 23, 2005

This unit was the fastest of them all. I’m not sure how well I’m going to do on this test. I got to put more effort in my homework, because its practice and it well make me understand more of the questions we get on pre test, pop quizzes, test, and group work. I had a lot of trouble on the scale stuff, like what would be the new area of a train model if something was decreased or whatever, those questions are hard....What else I’m sure I understand the volumes and surface areas of a sphere, I think its fun. But working it backwards is pretty hard.

Most of the quaderilaterals were easy to understand but the words that are used make it seem hard but it’s not really that confussing if you lay it down in short words. Okay well I need to study some more. So good luck to everyone on the test hope everyone does good.


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