Being so awful at math, I prefer to not graph functions at all, but I do think using “f(x)” is fancier than just plain “y”. Thanks to discophysics for this submission!
I wrote an article about Napoleon Bonaparte for my history class and saved it as “Napoleon Bonaparte Article”.
But on my computer it only showed “Napoleon Bonapart…Article”
Which I read as “Napoleon Bonaparticle”.
And now whenever someone mentions Napoleon I picture a little particle with one of those signature Napoleon hats on, sitting on a big throne in France governing a bunch of little tiny French particles. And it’s kind of funny.
You just have to picture it…
COURSE SELECTION TIME.
I’m picking all my classes for Junior year!
Are any of you picking classes now, or soon?
What classes are you looking forward to? What classes do you wish you could take? Any classes you’ve taken and absolutely loathed? Comment below!?
It’s strange. I dunno if this happens to anyone else, but I always worry my teachers are going to be like “Oh man, she didn’t even take the time to put the date on her paper, she must not have put that much effort in…”
I just feel better about it that way!
Thanks to sauniell for this submission!
Edit: I know some of you were saying that this was wrong, and that it is actually more accurate to keep the value as a fraction. You’re right! Though I think the circumstances of whether or not it’s okay to convert can be a bit subjective.
But what sauniell and I meant was that we just felt better converting the fractions to a decimal for a more specific, clear-cut answer. That’s why we said “seems more accurate”.
I hope that clears up any confusion. :]
my student didn’t have room for books today because of this.
This kid is a champ.
Horrible Histories - Cleopatra Song (by jamie932)
So today I was on YouTube and I found this series called Horrible Histories. They are songs and sketches all about history!
I’ve learned that they are actually rather well-known? I never knew about them of course because they played on the BBC and I live in America.
Needless to say I’ve spent a good hour watching these videos! They’re both hilarious and informative and I knew you would all appreciate them!
History and British accents, what’s not to love?!