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♥ ok so we had a factoring quiz in math yesterdays (im in 10th grade. math ii but i am behind and my passing 9thgrade was a miracle) and i failed it horribly along with the rest of most of my class. today my teacher gave us a worksheet to make it up to an 80. if all of the problems are correct and correctly worked. i would have gotten one of my friends to help me but i fell asleep so i dont have time to work it normally please show me all of the work i dont know how to do the superscript so when something is squared i will put (squared) 1. x(squared)-x-56 2. a(squared)+3a-10 3. x(squared)-9x+18 4. 3p(squared)-6p 5. n(squared)+5n+6 6. 10x(squared)+6x 7. 7x(squared)+33x-10 8. 2n(squared)+n+45 9. 21n(squared)-213n+216 10.7x(squared)+2x-5 im not so far behind that i wont notice you giving me wrong answers. thank you so much for your helpgood maths website??
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♥ ok so i cant do anything above 6 grade level im 15 and my mom had to work allot i have never been to school i was home schooled and my grandmother tryed but failed she taught me how to read and right i cant do my times table my mom never tryed but anyway i cant do multiplaction or fractions i was doing them but i forgot i can do almost all adding and need help with how to subtract and some spelling as you can see i feel stupid all the time i dont know history or scince and i need websites to help and my mom is going to put me in school in 2 monthsand im scared about what to do and stuff because i relly dont know what its like or the poeple i do know one girl and she says she got my back so that helps me a little but i need to get caught up by myself in 2 month is this possble for me i learn quick so i need everthing listed above if anybody can help and i dont have money to pay for websites ok so dont give them to me that i have to pay for thanks. i will stay up day and night for the next 2 months ok so i need adivce on what school is like too ok so please help me tahnks you so much relly.open question: independent and dependent variable for science fair project?
♥ hello! i am in 9th grade biology and doing a science fair this year! i have to write a pre lab paper for my teacher so it can inform her what i am doing. in that paper i need to identify the independent & dependent variable & i am having some trouble! please help me figure this out i am so confused! here is my report so far: title: task switching vs. multitasking: which gender is better? hypothesis: if i test to see which gender can more effectively multitask & which gender can more effectively task switch, then i think that girls will be more effective in both categories apposed to the boys. materials: 1. math test 2.reading test 3. portable music players 4. headphones 5.watch/timer 6. a room with tables and chairs 7. note pads 8.pens/pencils 9. science article 10.blank test on the article 11. 15 boys and 15 girls procedure for testing multitasking: 1. gather about 15 girls and 15 boys to perform the test 2. make sure that the candidates have a portable music player & headsets 3. get a reading comprehension test 4. have half of the candidates take the test listening to their music, & the other half take it without. 5. when both groups are complete, have the other half that didn't take the test with music take it with music and vice versa. 6. once both tests are completed, correct the tests & compare the results 7. graph the results procedure for testing task switching: 1. use the same 15 girls and 15 boys to perform this test as you used to perform the multitasking test 2. get a fairly simple math test, a reading passage, & a fill in the blank/ worksheet on the passage they will read 3. have every candidate take the math test and time them 4. every 30-60 seconds, have the candidates pause wherever they are in the math test and have them read for 1-2 minutes from the article. do this until they have completed both the math test and finished reading the passage. 5. have the candidates take a test on the passage, so that you can how much of the information they absorbed & remember 6. correct both tests and compare the results 7.graph the resultsmy guidance counselor doesn't trust me in an ap/honors class. do i still have a chance of going to nyu?
♥ an nyu applicant who's accepted may have a transcript like this: freshman year: english 9 honors biology honors world history/geography honors geometry honors spanish i sophomore year: english 10 honors chemistry honors ap world history algebra ii honors spanish ii junior year: ap english lit ap chemistry ap us history precalculus honors spanish iii senior year: ap english language ap biology ap government ap calculus bc spanish iv extracurriculars throughout all four years: student government, some kind of sport i have autism. i am in special ed english and social skills. unlike minority status, learning disability is not an advantage in the college admissions process whatsoever. i have never been in any extracurriculars, and i have never taken a foreign language because of the special ed english. so far i'm a sophomore. here are my grades: special ed english: b term 3 comments: thomas participates in class when called upon. he struggles with staying focused during instructional time. practical biology: a term 3 comments: thomas is a pleasure to have in class. thomas does well on assessments and does careful and high quality work. wellness/fitness: b geometry: c+ (ended 1/20) final comments: shows evidence of effort. accomodations were provided. quality of work has improved. jazz lab: a- (ended 1/20) concert band: a special ed social skills: b+ term 3 comments: thomas participates in class when called upon. thomas has trouble with seeing other student's perspectives when there are round table discussions. however, he also adds to the round table discussions. my special ed teacher expects to putting me in the following courses in junior year: - special ed english for the first half of the year, 10th grade english for the second (i have not completed 10th grade english yet, so taking 11th grade english is not an option next year) - algebra ii - pe/drug - concert band - conceptual chemistry - special ed social skills - web design - digital imaging one of the jobs i'm considering is a software engineer at facebook's engineering office in nyc. i used to be at the top of my class in mathematics, but in my last year of elementary school, 6th grade, the problems got significantly harder than fifth grade math. in elementary school, digging deeper in the concepts we learned last year and learning some new concepts was the norm. in 2nd grade, i was pulled out of class to get assessed on how proficient i am at math, and the smart man who gave me the assessment called me a "math wiz" after i finished, and my whole family heard all about that compliment! but in 6th grade math, practically all the problems were multistep and my grades plummeted, and i was stripped of that honor. as a result, i was put in the class for the students who need more work on mathematics in 7th grade. all it takes is just one year of inconsistency to get bumped back to square one. i spend half the day in special ed. my special ed teacher says my focus is a problem in all my classes, with the exception of concert band and jazz lab. i often zone out and think about other things during the lesson. also, until recently, i did not spend any time outside the school building studying. when the teachers said my homework was to study, i considered that equivalent to no homework whatsoever. the teachers also have considerably low expectations for me. on all my tests and quizzes, unlike the regular ed students, i am permitted to ask the teacher for help, and never this entire school year was i ever assigned more than a worksheet or two of homework on a typical day. a regular student in my school district gets 10 minutes of homework each day for every grade level, so by this formula, if i was in regular ed, i'd be getting 100 minutes of homework every typical day, significantly more when there's a well-announced assessment where it equals several typical days in class in terms of course grade. also, out of the 20,000+ students that benefit from my school district, i am one of the few that's exempt from summer reading, which would normally be required for every summer prior to grades 7-12.