Spending the morning in bed doing some of my homework. I’m glad to be getting things done so early in the vacation. I swore I wouldn’t procrastinate this time and it looks like I’ll be keeping my promise yayyy!
I have a book to read for my APUSH class, a review to write on said book, three tests the day I get back, a super long portfolio to compile for theatre, and an essay about what I believe.
‘Tis the season.
Do you guys have a lot of homework over break?
I wish I could train myself to do homework in my sleep.
Then I could go to sleep having done nothing, and I could wake up the next day and all my homework would be done.
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. :]
Harry Potter homework is the best kind of homework!!! This totally made my day!
This is the story of Parallel and Isosceles...
Me: Parallel lines are my favorite kind of lines. Parallel... That's a pretty word. That would be such a pretty name for a baby girl! You know, like if I wanted to give my children nerdy math names!
My friend: Parallel? What? Okay, I guess that's a cool name. If I had a baby boy and I was going to give my child a nerdy math name, it would be Isosceles. That's the nerdiest math name ever.
Me: Oh my gosh! I'll have a girl named Parallel and you can have a boy named Isosceles and then they can have cute little math play dates and they can eat pi together!
This has happened to me quite a bit in my school career! Thanks to 7redberries for this totally awesome submission!