Bea's Integers story

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Eleanor was Mrs. Foster's daughter or eldest daughter.She had wild blonde curly hair that fell in front of her eyes whenever she bent forward, and long bony limbs.Sadie was the youngest,with straight reddish hair and bold blue eyes and tiny hands. She was quieter than her sister and seemed fall in love with Owen that night the boys showed up at Mrs.Foster's farmhouse half frozen and lost.And the solution for the being lost of Mrs. Foster's house is to answer the question in the gate and it was this Integers...
(-45 + (+98)
then he answer the question and the answer is +53 and they can go at this time in Mrs. Foster's farm.

And then they was done in there tour their Uncle Lorne drove the boys home.Their parents were terribly upset about them being out so late and wandering so far from home, and they didn't even know about the
near disasters on the ice and the train bridge. Margaret stood in the kitchen, which was steamy with the smell of soup that had been boiling for hours, and said that was it, they'd never be allowed out of the house on their own again. The solution for being they allowed of the house on their own again is to solve the Integer problem and this is the...
(+78) +(+87)
and they answer the question about Integer and their answer is +165 and they now allowed of the house on their own again to be continued...


Margaret stood in the kitchen, which was steamy with the smell of soup that had been boiling for hours, and said that was it,they'd never out of the house on their own again but the cause of they answered the question about integers they allowed now to go out of their house but theirs a problem theirs a favor to go out to theirs house and this is they could be the persons to answer the question in homework of her baby sister and these are the....
1. (-78 )- (+97)
(-78)+(-97) =
2. (+65 )- (-65)
(+65)+(+65)=

and they answer it clearly and the answer are in number one is -175 and the answer in number two is +130 and now their mother allowed them to go out freely in their own house to be continued.....

























































































































































































































































































































2 Responses to "Bea's Integers story"

October 29, 2008 at 4:33 PM
Great Job! but you only have two questions and theres alot of white space at the end.
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November 1, 2008 at 11:06 PM
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