Math 10 Week 4

Some Clarification

This week I cleared up a few misunderstandings.

  1.  I learned that exponents are very lazy and are only attached to whatever is in front of it. The only exception is when there are brackets. Then the exponent is forced to multiply its self with any hidden and visible exponents in the brackets.
  2. I also learned that if there are brackets and the exponent on the outside is negative it means the whole equation is unhappy, and you are allowed to reciprocate the entire thing. Then everything will become positive. But don’t forget to multiply the exponent on the outside to the ones on the inside.
  3. One other thing I learned is, if a negative number has a negative exponent it does not become the coefficient does not become positive when moved to become happy. You also need to remember that if the negative coefficient has brackets it will be a different answer than without. Make sure you watch for this common mistake 🙂

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The Maze Runner

 “The Maze Runner” by James Dashner

In the story “The Maze Runner” by James Dashner, you get to experience the gut wrenching events that take place in this mysterious maze. The Author is incredible, and he will leave you staring at the last page of every chapter in awe. You will not want to put the book down! You will get to know the impossible maze and what lies between the monstrous stone walls.

I recommend this book to any teen who is looking for an action filled thriller. This book is great at keeping you at the edge of your seat. This dystopian science fiction novel is the first of its series and will. be great if you’re wanting to read further to know what happens. Don’t miss the Scorch Trials or Death Cure. Getto know happens with Thomas and Teresa in the 2nd and 3rd books. Will their little romance last? Or will the deadly events ruin their chances? Read to find out.