A few reminders:
- Formula sheet(cheat sheet) can be one side of a 8.5*11 sheet of paper, and must be made entirely by you.
- Look at Exercise #8 and try it out.
- And of course study study study
- Look at the links at the bottom of the blog, they really are quite helpful as mentioned before. The Matrix addition one is good for those who enjoy doing something to learn other then just looking and observing.
- http://www.mathwords.com/m/matrix.htm go here maybe and follow the links below to all related things to Matrices.
- For those of you who still believe that you can't study for math tests, reconsider and check out the following site: http://www.scs.tamu.edu/selfhelp/elibrary/basic_study_techniques.asp
- http://www.studygs.net/tsttak6.htm Also a site to help out during a test.
- http://www.gcseguide.co.uk/matrices.htm Pretty much every basic thing we learned.
President Bush's morning security briefing is wrapping up. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld is concluding his part and says, "Finally, three Brazilian soldiers were killed yesterday near Baghdad."
"OH MY GOD!" shrieks Bush, and he buries his head in his hands for a seemingly interminable 30 seconds. Stunned at the unexpected display of emotion, the President's staff sits speechless, not sure how to react. Finally, Bush looks up and asks Rumsfeld, "How many is a Brazilian?"