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Monthly Archives: February 2015

The Probability of Probabilities

This week in math, we learned about probabilities. It was very easy because all you had to do was change a number into a percent and that would be the probability. I did very well when we learned and we are going to have a test on it. I think I am going to ace … Continue reading »

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Story with Holes

Question: Mr. John Frye is more excited about the down part of his life than he is about the up part. This is perfectly understandable. Why? Answer: Mr. John Frye is a elevator operator. He is most excited about going home after work, which only happens when he is on the bottom floor.

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Planting For the Needy

This week for our mitzvah trip, we traveled to a place called The Bridge. It is downtown in a not so nice part of Jacksonville. The purpose of The Bridge is to help underprivileged kids. They provide assistance with homework, a snack, and then dinner. There are no grocery stores near the bridge so they … Continue reading »

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Fractions, Decimals, and Percents…Oh My!

This week in math, we learned new things about decimals, percents, and fractions. We learned how to convert a decimal into a fraction and a percent. We also learned how to convert a fraction into decimal or percent. Also, we learned how to convert a percent into a decimal or fraction. It was very easy … Continue reading »

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Don’t Walk On By

For journal this week, Morah Eta posted a music video from the 1960s called Walk in By by Dionne Warwick. Originally, this song was about a relationship, but it can be used in other contexts. For instance, homelessness. In today’s society, many people walk on by when they see a homeless person in need. That … Continue reading »

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