Chie's Big Book of Algebra

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Haiku: Haiku is a type of Japanese poetry which combines form, content, and language in a meaningful, yet compact form. Many themes include nature, feelings, or experiences. A haiku poem is three lines in length. The first line is 5 syllables: the second is seven syllables: the third is five syllables.

Cinquain: Cinquain poems are five lines in length. There are two main forms.

: A picture poem, is a poem made of letters or words which create an actual picture or form on the page.

Part Two:Combining like terms and Distributive Property

How are you today Pakund,Tata said.Pakundo answered good.You Tata how are you today,Pakundo said.Tata answered I'm find.Tata he was good at math. Pakundo and my friend dicided to study for algebra test."Hey Tata, I wa wondering....... Is n+3-5n+12 simplified,-6n+15?No your wrong Tata said.First Pakundo you have to circle the n and -5n and the integers and we simplified the answer is -4n+12....I will give you another question,Tata said.What's the question Pakundo Tata said ,Pakundo write the question in the scrap paper.Then he combined like term. It looked like this:n+3-5n+12(His were in basket) Pakundo solve the question and he get the answer the answer is wrong,Here's what he get.......-6n+15 . I will give another question, Tata said here's the question 2+4(3n+8) simplified 12n+10.Am I wrong or I am right Pakundo said,No your wrong Tata,Why,Pakundo said because first you bring down the 2 then you have to times 4 to 3n and 4 to 8,Then we simplified the answer is 2n+34.Do you understand now Tata said ,Yes Tata Pakundo said.Thank You Tata for helping me to understand the algebra thingy,Pakundo said. Tata answer to Pakundo no problem... Pakundo happy because he understand how to solve Combining like terms and the Distributive Property....???? THANK YOU FOR READING..

Combining like terms and the Distributive Property Movie

Chapter 3: One Step Equation

Addition Equation

Subtraction Equation

Multiplicative Equation

Divisive Equation

Addition, Subraction, Multiplication, and Division

Chapter 4: Algebra Tiles

This is a video we made in class. About algebra tiles. Enjoyyy!!

2 Responses to "Chie's Big Book of Algebra"

December 5, 2008 at 11:24 PM
Great Job Chie! I like how you put what each poem is in case people forgot. Your first picture the adding haiku is harder to read , maybe put it on a different piece of paper and take a picture of it , or type it. Good Job again!
anylance8-73 said :
December 6, 2008 at 10:14 AM
Good Job Chie! i like your pictures, there easy to read, but shaine was right you should put it on a different paper. But Good Job... (:

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