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Monthly Archives: October 2014

Real Numbers and Not Real Numbers

This week in math class, we learned about real and not real numbers. A real number has two sections in it. It has rational and irrational numbers. Rational numbers are whole numbers, integers, decimals, whole square roots, and fractions. An irrational number is a square root that doesn’t go into itself or a decimal that … Continue reading »

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Wanted Poster

I am making a wanted poster about an endangered animal called the Black Rhino. Its genus name is Diceros Bicornis. The species is a rhinoceros. This animal can be found in eastern and central Africa including Kenya, Tanzania, Cameroon, South Africa, Namibia, Zimbabwe, and Angola. European hunters are responsible for Black Rhinos being endangered. They … Continue reading »

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Story with Holes

Question: A man lives in a 50 story apartment building. Every day he takes the elevator to the 1st floor and goes to work. When he gets back from work, he takes the elevator to the 49th floor, then takes the stairs to the 50th floor, but on rainy days, he goes straight to the 50th … Continue reading »

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Dance the Hora With a Torah

This week, I celebrated a Jewish holiday called Simcha Torah. This holiday is supposed to celebrate the new beginning of our Torah. That means that we celebrate finishing the Torah and than restarting it. In this celebration people are supposed to be really happy. Usually there are drinks for adults, and snacks for kids. Also, … Continue reading »

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Story With Holes

A man went into a hardware store and priced different items. He was told that they were 25 cents each. The man replied, “I would like one hundred please.” The store clerk charged him 75 cents. How was this possible? Answer: He bought a one and two zeros.

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Students or Slaves?

This week in Geveret Rogozen’s class, we changed up the lesson a bit. Instead of learning about slaves in Egypt, we actually got to be slaves in Egypt to some extent! Our teacher led us out to the courtyard and  kept calling us slaves. We were also threatened to be punished with infractions even though … Continue reading »

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Math Getting Harder and Harder

This week in math class, we had a lot of review of the chapter. I was a little confused with some of it because I can’t learn a bunch of different things at once without making mistakes. I have just given my test to Mrs. Resnick and I don’t know how well I will do. … Continue reading »

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