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May 24, 2013

Posts by karin

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Algebra 2.
oh well we have to figure out the roots but this one im lost on how to finish it

Algebra 2.
it dosent say on the worksheet, it says g(x)=16x^4+8x^3+17x^2+8x+1

Algebra 2.
16x^4+8x^3+17x^2+8x+1 I have tried it but i keep getting the wrong roots can someone solve this?

math problem
2^2x-1 = 32^x-2 2/x - 1/2x= 1/2 (2 over x minus 1 over 2x equals 1 over 2) 3/x + 8/x-5= 1 (3 over x plus 8 over x minus 5 equals 1)

Literature
why not #1? "Island Boy" by Barbra Cooney, is a good choice for literature curriculum in the primary grades because it: 1. is useful in all areas of development 2. is easily understood by students 3. provides beautiful illustrations 4. includes a setting unfamiliar t...

Children's Literature
Asking your students to show you how the fox in "Hattie and the Fox" felt encourages which development? 1. personality 2. intellectual, 3. social and moral 4.aesthetic creative Wouldn't it encourage social and moral development in students? 2 or 3 would work, I&#...

Literaure Question-Desperate For Help!
It is not wise to rely on the ________ to determine whether a stereotype exists in a book. title, illustrations, book's format, or copy-right date I do not know how to answer this question. My text says do not rely on the date of publication to tell you if a stereotype exi...

Literaure Question-Desperate For Help!
It is not wise to rely on the ________ to determine whether a stereotype exists in a book. title, illustrations, book's format, or copy-right date I do not know how to answer this question. My text says do not rely on the date of publication to tell you if a stereotype exi...

Discussing a book that involves a conflict between two characters leads children to: 1. examine their values 2. fear confrontation 3. act out unacceptably 4. adopt the behavior of one of the characters. Would #1 or #4 be the most best answer? Please help Which of those two ans...

Children's Literature
Mrs. Edwards read "Owl Moon" to her class. As she read, she paused from time to time to allow the children time to think about the story. She used a different voice for each character. When she finished, she asked questions that helped her students understand the sto...

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