I remember the last time I blogged...
Well anyways... I am the first Scribe. YEAH I'M THE FIRST SCRIBE!!!
Well ok... First of all It's like 9:00 in the morning and I show up to Mr. K's class thinking... OMG. What the he double hockey sticks am I doing here...
... Without a calculator. Furthermore. I'm in Mr. K's Class again... So ok. First thing we did in the long morning was wait for Mr. K. Ha Ha Ha. Surprisingly enough. He comes in with a shiny new projector and a surprisingly new course outline. I'm like ohhh... great.
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So he goes through the outline talking about the most important points and telling some great stories along the way. Then he talks about the math dictionary. Or I talked about it. And Vincent. Ha Ha Ha Well he reminds us to bring a math dictionary. Namely a Hilroy one which you can get for as little as 49 cents a notebook plus tax at your local Staples. Ha Ha Ha.
Next thing you know he gives us the number 6 and tells us to Look for the factors of 6 with by the way is 1, 2, 3, and 6. In which he gives us the soul purpose of the math dictionary which is that it is a place where we write down our notes in order to remember how to do work that we learned in class when we do our homework. This is because of the learning curve.
The learning curve is the... I'll just show you.
Then he goes through the blog, and the shocking video (shown down below) and the bell rings and life goes on... ...until the afternoon.
Well after a hard day of shocking drama and forgoing classes which I can not comprehend... We come to the final period of the day aka. The afternoon class. Which by the way is every other day. Yeah....
Well we come in and OMG he's PODCASTING US... Shocked. Ok. Back down to business.. He goes and writes some questions on the board.
While were doing answering these questions he showed talked about the legendary
After that he gave us the answers
Afterwards he asked the question: Is Sisyphus was a Victim, Villain or Hero? You can answer that in the comments. Ha ha ha. Personally I think he was a Victim of his own self for what he done and what he was punished to do.
Mr K also mentioned Mentors were coming out to help us. One from Ohio and one from Michigan.
He then asked us a question: Why are there 360º in a circle?
There are two possible reasons. One is the Ancient Sumerians caused it so because of how they set up the clock system with the number 60 or Mr. K's way of thinking that the factors of 360 are... Er.. Ahh too many factors.
Well to get straight to the point... Welcome to our unit of Circular Functions. Today we are learning about converting Degrees into Radians.
Hint: The circumference of a circle = 2pieR regardless of the radians of of the circle.
He also gives us a weird geometry set story... based on the geometry triangles whitch in fact results in... he didn't fininsh the story yet... Sadness... Well anyways, in theses triangles are angles. The angles 30, 45, 60, and 90 are the most important angles. This it because it turns our degree/radian circle into this...
He gives us questions of Radian/Degree converting and calls it a day.
Homework Exercise 1 (plus the stuff he just posted on exercise 1)
Give exact values by leaving the answers in Fractions. YOU WILL LOSE .5 to 1 mark because of this.
Bring your math dictionary TO CLASS.
Bring coloured Pencils TO CLASS
Have 12 pencils... Bring 2 TO CLASS - lol
Don't be late for tomorrows morning class
and... DO YOUR HOMEWORK.
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