It's not really math I dont' think. It's for fun and extra credit, the teacher gives them 5 problems for a total of 5 extra credit points. 4 of them are math, 1 of them is most always this type of question. Some previous ones have been:Are you sure it's 2=N in P? 2=N ln P makes some sense where ln is the natural logarithm.
What kind of math is it?
Hmmm....sounds good to me! This has been waking me up early in the morning...and once I start thinking about what it could be, I can't go back to sleep. Thank God he turns it in on Friday's.2 numbers in a pair?
chinadoll I would say that would be a good guess 2 in a pair. sounds good to me!2 numbers in a pair?
You are funny So true!My niece had a math worksheet like this last year when she was in 7th grade. She took a very advanced math class, about 3 years ahead, and when she came to me for help on this worksheet I was surprised they got such non-math related homework KWIM? We spent almost 2 hours on the worksheet. In the end? I didn't learn much, except:
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Haha I love this, so creative!!2 = N in P
How bout.....2 Nuts in a Peanut
Like...well, you know what I mean.
There's always two nuts in a Peanut shell. Unless it's deformed...but that's another story.
Technically, no Peanuts are legumes and not nuts.2 = N in P
How bout.....2 Nuts in a Peanut
Like...well, you know what I mean.
There's always two nuts in a Peanut shell. Unless it's deformed...but that's another story.
Why thank youYou are funny So true!