Xaine's Great Big Book of Algebra

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Chapter 1 Integer Poetry



Adding Integer(Haiku)

Adding Integers,
makes our life much easier,
friend and dude always
Positive plus Negative
Zero Pair's the best


Subtracting Integer(Haiku)

Subtract Integer,
Negative to Positive,
Add the Opposites

Partitive Division(Tanka)

Equal parts in group,
a partitive division
sharing the numbers,
Partitive is the answer,
Used in quadrant one and two

Quotative Division(Tanka)

Asking a question,
a quotative division,
its that much simple
Only quadrant one and three,
Not in quadrant two and four

The Rule for Multiplying Integer
Mel's Rockpile(Free verse)

In Multiplying Integers
Mel's Rockpile is the best
When there's an even amount of Integers,
for sure the answer is always positive
And when there's an odd amount
for sure the answer is always negative
A pretty simple rule,
that should always be remembered


Chapter 2
Script:

Palito:
Hi Magdalena!

Magdalena: Hi Palito!! How are you? How is it going?
Palito: uuuhhmm...I'm having a trouble about solving our Algebra homework.

Magdalena: Ooohh..i see, you're having a problem about combining like terms and distributive property.

Palito: right, cause i don't understand it very well.

Magdalena: Okay, do you need help? I can help you.

Palito: Really?, can you help me with this problem.. n + 3 - 5n + 12

Magdalena: oohh,, it's easy man..

Palito: really? but I can't get it.
Magdalena: the answer is -6n + 15

Palito: Oh okay, but i dont know how to solve it.

Magdalena: first, find the like terms and then regroup it.

Palito: so, n - 5 and 3 + 12 the like terms, right?

Magdalena: right, and then after finding the like terms and regrouping it, we could already simplify it, and bring us to the answer -6n + 15
Palito: Oh i see, now I could understand combining like terms, but I have left another problem, the distributive property.

Magdalena: yoo man, that's pretty easy.

Palito: I don't think so man.

Magdalena: yah man, it's easy, try to answer this question.. 2 + 4 (3n + 8)

Palito: uuhhhmm.. Let me think for a while.

Magdalena: Okay man, go for the gold, you can do it, think!!!

Palito: uhhmm.. according to my knowledge.. the answer is 12n + 10

Magdalena: sorry man, i think your knowledge is wrong, but peace man, spread the love man, the answer is 12n + 34

Palito: how could that be? Can you tell me how to do it right??

Magdalena: yah sure, why not?

Palito: Okay, I'm listening...

Magdalena: first, leave the 2 and then you should multiply 4 and 3n and then multiply 4 and 8, and it could led us to the answer 12n + 32, and then combine the like terms and it'll led us to the answer 12n + 34. Got it??

Palito: Ooh yah!!, now iI understand it, it's pretty easy like what you've said. I thank you very much for helping me. THANK YOU SO MUCH!!

Magdalena: Holy!!! No problem, I love helping my friends!

Palito:
Okay!! Thanks again man! BYE-BYE!!!

Magdalena: Bye!!!



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CHAPTER 4


6 Responses to "Xaine's Great Big Book of Algebra"

shaine873 said :
December 4, 2008 at 9:05 PM
Hey guyz please leave a comment..
Thanks!! =P
bea873 said :
December 4, 2008 at 9:23 PM
good job!Shaine nice colorful work and it have some mistakes but good job,nice work
elmane8-73 said :
December 5, 2008 at 4:48 PM
Great job Shaine! Your poems were very colourful and nice. And I like the way how you put your tittles very BIG! and bold. And great job again!
louisse873 said :
December 5, 2008 at 10:56 PM
nice job! even though you have some mistakes. it's ok. i like the way you use your font. it was easy to read. once again. good job!
gerico873 said :
December 6, 2008 at 11:45 PM
Good job Shaine!your work is like a rainbow poem,Big fonts,your work rocks:)
Chie8-73 said :
December 14, 2008 at 6:44 PM
Good job SHAIN!! I like your poemand I like the way how you put your tittles...GREAT JOB AGAIN,,,

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