### Aaron's Big Book of Algebra

Integer Poetry

Adding Integers (Haiku)

Adding Integers

positives and negatives

combining numbers

Subtracting Integers (Free Verse)

This operation does not exist

all you actually do is add the opposite

subtracting integers maybe boring

just make sure you don't get caught snoring

Partitive Division (Picture - goes into)

Partitive Division is very easy as long as you have a deck of cards it's cool, it's a breeze, just share the cards fairly

Quotative Division (Haiku)

it is hard to do

it depends on the question

just need time to think

Rule for multiplying

Multiplying integers can be hard

just remember Mel's rock pile

even amount of integers

can get you an even number

but having an odd amount

leads to a negative number

Chapter 2: Combining like Terms and Distributive Property

Student:Dang man! Why am i here?

Teacher:You're here because you're failing math!

Student:What! How am I failing math?

Teacher:There were two questions on the test that was worth a lot of marks. They were n+3-5n+12. The other one is 2+4(3n+8). The answer to the first question is -4n+15. The answer to the second question is 12n+34.

Student:Well, I thought i answered those questions right.

Teacher:I think you should take time on answering these kinds of questions because they can be a bit tricky.

Student:But, i know answered them right.

Teacher:Well, to have answered them right you should've circled the terms first, rewrite the question next, and then answer the question.

Student:Oh!

Teacher:You should've really double checked your answers. You also forgot to show your work and maybe that's where you made your mistake.

Student:Well i know how to do it in my head.

Teacher:It's a good thing to know how to answer it in your head but you could still show your work on the sheet so the teachers know how you got your answer.

Student:Is this all you need me here for.

Teacher:Yeah, that's all. You can go now.

Student:Well just to tell you, after what you told me, i think i should study more.

Teacher:Well, good for you. Have a nice weekend.

Student:See ya, i have a whole weekend ahead of me.

Adding Integers (Haiku)

Adding Integers

positives and negatives

combining numbers

Subtracting Integers (Free Verse)

This operation does not exist

all you actually do is add the opposite

subtracting integers maybe boring

just make sure you don't get caught snoring

Partitive Division (Picture - goes into)

Partitive Division is very easy as long as you have a deck of cards it's cool, it's a breeze, just share the cards fairly

Quotative Division (Haiku)

it is hard to do

it depends on the question

just need time to think

Rule for multiplying

Multiplying integers can be hard

just remember Mel's rock pile

even amount of integers

can get you an even number

but having an odd amount

leads to a negative number

Chapter 2: Combining like Terms and Distributive Property

Student:Dang man! Why am i here?

Teacher:You're here because you're failing math!

Student:What! How am I failing math?

Teacher:There were two questions on the test that was worth a lot of marks. They were n+3-5n+12. The other one is 2+4(3n+8). The answer to the first question is -4n+15. The answer to the second question is 12n+34.

Student:Well, I thought i answered those questions right.

Teacher:I think you should take time on answering these kinds of questions because they can be a bit tricky.

Student:But, i know answered them right.

Teacher:Well, to have answered them right you should've circled the terms first, rewrite the question next, and then answer the question.

Student:Oh!

Teacher:You should've really double checked your answers. You also forgot to show your work and maybe that's where you made your mistake.

Student:Well i know how to do it in my head.

Teacher:It's a good thing to know how to answer it in your head but you could still show your work on the sheet so the teachers know how you got your answer.

Student:Is this all you need me here for.

Teacher:Yeah, that's all. You can go now.

Student:Well just to tell you, after what you told me, i think i should study more.

Teacher:Well, good for you. Have a nice weekend.

Student:See ya, i have a whole weekend ahead of me.

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