## How does one resist/fight injustice?

You can resist/fight injustice by standing up and fighting to say what is fair. Back in the past, a women would never be able to do something but they changed that by standing up for themselves. Because just like men they are human and humans are the same even if you are male or female. It doesn’t matter, if a person is human they have rights and they deserve to have rights. This also applies with whites, blacks, gays, Jews, or transgenders or whatever you call yourself. So the best thing to do is to stand up for yourself and be who you are and you can’t care what other people say. After the women’s and blacks stood up for themselves they got rights. So no matter what, stand up for what you believe in and not what everyone else believes in.

A good book about this is les larmes noires, it’s in French but there’s probably a English version. Les larmes noires is a book about how back in the 1800’s the Americans would sail over seas and kidnap negros to bring them back home to auction them off. But these negros somehow in the end escaped after being auctioned off.

Why do you think there is injustice in this world?

What affects does injustice have?

## Math 10 week 3

Something that I learned this week that was combining exponent laws so combining power to a power, multiplication law, division law, and zero exponent law. With all these combined you can do equations that look extremely difficult but with these makes the equations really easy. Example: With that example you can see how much the laws make the question much more simple even with harder looking question.

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## Math 10 week 2

This week in math 10 we learned abou numbers. More specifically prime factors and prime factorization, application of prime factors such as GCF and LCM, rational and irrational numbers. Also number systems so N, W, I, Q, $Q^-$, and R, and theres also radicals(entire and mixed). But there was one thing that really helps me with mostly all of this was prime factorization. It helps to find the GCF and LCM, and it helps with radicals, entire and mixed.

Example: $\sqrt [2]{2816}$ When i look at this number I see a number that is too big to know what times what equals 2816 so I would use prime factorization which means doing this.

It just makes the question easier.

So it would also help with finding the GCF and LCM.

Example: 75 and 125

## What it means to be human…

Humans want to communicate

Humans have/need a dream

Humans have a desire to help others

Humans seek happiness

Humans need friends/ Humans need companions

Humans wants to learn/ seek knowledge

Humans need to express there emotions

Humans can be ignorent and should be more aware

Humans fight for what they believe in

Humans have conflict/war

Humans prevail despite conflict

Humans may abuse power

Humans evolve

Humans want to be remembered because most like recognition

Humans disagree

Humans may be discriminatory/racist

Humans like to make our lives easier and better

Humans like to help and fight against perceived injustice

Humans are curious and seek knowledge

In the book If I Grow Up By Todd Strasser. I learned that some people don’t live a good life with a proper home and barely enough money to own a TV because of the choices that either they made or their parents made. In this book two gangs that live in a place called the projects, are against each other and they despise each other. They also sometimes kill one another. Both gangs sell drugs and have guns but they didn’t know there supplier was the same person. The main character DeShawn liked and dated the sister of the other gangs leader. Basically the book is talking about how people from the projects live and it’s pretty brutal.