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What should I do? Homework? Topic: kinder homework
June 20, 2019 / By Adriannah
Question: I have a book talk to the class due tomorrow, and I have to do Cornell notes+questions on an index card about the book. Well first, I got pushed around at my locker and I didn't have time to grab my English binder+reading book, so I don't have the questions or the book. I haven't even finished the book yet! I always get so nervous and I start like breaking down when I don't do my homework, I'm just kind of freaking out right now! What should I do? I have English third and fourth period (our English classes take up 2 43 minute periods), and before first period we have AO (Academic Options) for 20 minutes, and we usually just study, ask teachers questions, do homework we didn't get done, etc. The thing is, I'm not even half way through the book. ;/ Help please? We're all reading different books, so not possiblee.
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Thaddeus Thaddeus | 3 days ago
Tell your teacher that if you could have some extra 1 day to do your cornell notes+questions because you didn't have time to grabbed your book on time due to the people who pushed you around. I know she/he will be highly upset but they understand that it was your responbilities. Another choice is get your book in your locker before first period start in class, so you can read for a while then try to figure out what kind of questions you could. Another thing if you remember your book title go to a close library and check it out because library has all the books you need and information. Even online internet can help. I hope your teacher could understand or you found your book.
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Thaddeus Originally Answered: HOMEWORK HELP! PLease look i really need some help with math Homework?
sub the second eqn into the first x + 3 = x^2 +2x + 1 group everything to one side x^2 + x - 2 = 0 Factorise (x + 2)(x - 1) = 0 solve for x x = -2 and 1 determine y by subing these values back into the second eqn y = 1 and 4 the others will follow the same process David Hilbert one day noticed that a certain student had stopped attending class. When told that the student had decided to stop mathematics to become a poet, Hilbert replied: "Good - he did not have enough imagination to become a mathematician."
Thaddeus Originally Answered: HOMEWORK HELP! PLease look i really need some help with math Homework?
1. 1. y=x^2+2x+1 [1] y=x+3 [2] We substitute y of the [2] into [1] x+3=x^2 +2x+1 We bring everything on one side x^2+2x+1-x-3=0 x^2+x-2=0 And now you factorise: (x+2)(x-1) = 0 Which means: x=-2 or x=1 2. .Again, substitution x^2 + (x+9) =9 We bring everything on one side x^2 +x+9-9=0 x^2+x=0 We factorise (x is common to both "numbers") x(x+1)=0 In order for the equation to equal zero one of the two numbers must be zero so: x=0 or x+1=0 so x= -1 3. x^2 +y=2 y= -x We substitute the y of the second equation into the first x^2 + (-x) = 2 x^2 -x-2=0 We factorise (x-2)(x+1) = 0 x-2=0 so x=2 or x+1= 0 so x= -1 4. x^2+2y=5 y=x+1 We substitute the y of the second equation into the y of the first (and we multiply it by 2 because the first equation has 2y) x^2+2(x+1)=5 We bring everything on one side and we expand the bracket x^2+2x+2-5=0 x^2+2x-3=0 Now we are going to factorise (x+3)(x-1)=0 And now the answers: x+3=0 so x=-3 or x-1=0 so x=1 5. y=2x^2-6x+5 y=x+2 We substitute the second equation into the first: x+2= 2x^2-6x+5 We bring everything on one side 2x^2-7x+3=0 And now we use Sum and Product The Sume of the first and final numbers of the equation is: 2+3=5 Their product: 2*3=6 We now find two numbers which when they are added will give us 5 (the found sum) and when they are multiplied together will give us 6 (the product) These two numbers are: 2 and 3 Now we replace the middle number (-7x) with the above numbers, in the form of x: 2x^2 +2x +3x+ 3= 0 Now, we factorise, as if there are 2 equations: 2x(x+1) + 3(x+1) =0 We have (x+1) in common in the "two equations" so now we have to put their factors (the numbers in front of the equations) in one equation on their own: (2x+3) (x+1) = 0 And now, we find the answer: 2x+3 = 0 so: x= -1.5 or x+1 = 0 so: x=-1
Thaddeus Originally Answered: HOMEWORK HELP! PLease look i really need some help with math Homework?
G00k=jism Edit: Wait. It's a racial slur? Did NOT recognise that! Good to understand. One extra phrase to not ever use. Anyway, I'm simply happy my mom is aware of her math good, in order that with a bit of luck, while the time comes, she will be able to support my daughter.

Thaddeus Originally Answered: Can someone help with my homework?
Play some good music while you work and eat a tasty snack. Something nutritious works well to keep your strength up and prevent you from feeling fatigued. Don't drink energy drinks or eat candy, or you'll crash from them (Even if they claim otherwise on the label). Turn off the TV, it's distracting. Ditch the cell phone as well. Finally, fight the willpower to turn on an online game or go to Facebook. Remember, the sooner you get it done, the sooner you can give your computer the middle finger and begin doing something that you want to do.
Thaddeus Originally Answered: Can someone help with my homework?
lolllll :D i have the same type of problem what i do is put headphones or earphones on or any music that i like and get on with the work... even do it dreadfully and hand it in saying you did your best or just copy and paste from websites... u might get caught so try to edit it in ur own words.. or just get a book and copy or get a snack and munch it away like a packet of crisps u could be sitting there copying and pasting work munching snacks and listening to music... anything that keeps u entertained :P
Thaddeus Originally Answered: Can someone help with my homework?
I don't understand the question. Is it helping with your homework or bearing with something boring?

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