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Sir E: Class, prepare 3 sheets of short bond paper. No borrowing of calculator. Exam will start at exactly 10:29:29.99.
Many of us were expecting tricky identification items and difficult problem solving parts that require complex solutions. After receiving my strip of paper, the following similar questions appeared:
1. Answer… in one to two sentences.
2. Describe… in one to two sentences.
3. Compare… in one to two sentences.
After copying all the questions and providing written answers below, written output consumed only about half of the first page. hehehehe..
Here are some practical math questions you might (ever) encounter:
1. Anna wants to buy a portable media device with 3.54 inch display (measured diagonally) 960-by 640-pixel resolution. a.) What are the dimensions of the display (in cm) to the first decimal place?
2. Christine’s new 12-megapixel camera takes pictures with 3:4 aspect ratio. If she wants to print one photo to be placed in a 6-by 8-inch picture frame, how many dpi (dots per inch) the printed image would be?
3. Mary wants to photocopy a Math book from page 18 to page 34. If the machine operator can photocopy two pages in a sheet of bond paper and a bond paper worth of photocopied pages costs 50 centavos, how much will Mary pay?
If you know the answer, please drop your comments bellow. I’ll be glad to check 😉
An excerpt from Mr. Kisuke:
I’m disappointed Ichigo, so very disappointed. Sadly, your sword exhibits only fear.
When you counter, it’s because you fear being killed. When you attack, you fear killing. And when you try to protect someone, you fear you could let them die.
At this point, the only thing your sword speaks of… is senseless freight. And that’s not good.
What you do not need in battle is fear. Nothing come of it.
When you counter, you don’t let them cut you. When you protect someone, you don’t let them die, when you attack, you kill. Understand? Can you see, my sheer resolve is reflected in my sword.
(after some battle…)
Oh yeah! You got it, resolve.
[From Bleach Season 1]
A true friend is a special someone who encourages us to be ourselves, accepts who we really are and directly informs that we’ve done something wrong rather than seeing us tolerating it.
-a sociology teacher
from self-image forum too.
They say practice makes perfect but nobody is perfect, so why practice?
- I just heard it elsewhere. But according to our logic class, this syllogism can be classified as a certain kind of fallacy.
When someone perceives something as perfect, improvement ends.