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MATH POEM

My mind is turning into scrambled eggs!


What is x and y to the power of three?
Whole numbers, mixed numbers and absolute,
exponents, integers and factoring trees.

Terms, expressions and what is the root?


It all sounds like Greek to me.

I must write a poem for another class.


I’m running out of time much too fast.
So I’ll talk about digits and my reaction,
while I attempt to work these equations.

Mixed operations in an expression


must be done in the following manner.
Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally,
to help me remember the proper order.

Parentheses, exponents, multiplication,


addition or subtraction,
that is the order of proper action
for solving math, numbers and fractions.

With fractions when I multiply


it is best to quickly simplify,
the denominators remain the same
these do not need to change.

If fractions I add or subtract


I must remember it works like this,
each denominator must be the same
then add the top like a list.

Multiply two positives they remain just that.


Two negatives will spoil the batch.
Mixed signs will keep the minus too,
keep this in mind or stay confused.

I wish that I could remember more


But that is as far as I have gotten.
Off to bed I must go,
or tomorrow I will feel rotten.
MATH QUOTES

If people do not believe that mathematics is simple, it is only


because they do not realize how complicated life is. ~John Louis von
Neumann

Pure mathematics is, in its way, the poetry of logical ideas. ~Albert Einstein

Mathematics are well and good but nature keeps dragging us around by the
nose. ~Albert Einstein

Black holes result from God dividing the universe by zero. ~Author Unknown

Mathematics - the unshaken Foundation of Sciences, and the plentiful


Fountain of Advantage to human affairs. ~Isaac Barrow

I never did very well in math - I could never seem to persuade the teacher
that I hadn't meant my answers literally. ~Calvin Trillin

I don't agree with mathematics; the sum total of zeros is a frightening


figure. ~Stanislaw J. Lec, More Unkempt Thoughts

If you think dogs can't count, try putting three dog biscuits in your pocket
and then giving Fido only two of them. ~Phil Pastoret
MATH TRIVIA

1. A half of a sphere is called what?


2. 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8 ___.
3. How many face does a cube have?
4. What is the sequence of number in which the next term is formed by
adding the last two terms called?
5. What do you call a diagram used to represent sets?
6. What do you call the number when multiplied by itself gives the stated
number?
7. What is a triangle with all three sides of the same length?
8. What " N" is the symbol that stands for zero?
9. What is a triangle that has two equal sides and the angles opposite the
equal sides are also equal?
10. How would you write 40 in Roman numerals?
Answers
1. Hemisphere
2. 13
3. Six
4. Fibonacci Sequence
5. Venn Diagram
6. Square root
7. Equilateral triangle
8. Nought
9. Isosceles triangle
10. XL
MATH PRAYER

Lord God, we thank you for the number of ways…for the gifts being ADDED
and for the sins you have SUBTRACTED.Thank you for the blessings you have
MULTIPLIED and the families you never DIVIDE. For the intersecting roads we
see, may we find the right way to be. May we face them all in glee, In your
GLORY let it be…The life you gave us is like a circle, which we travel with all
our might. This proves that you are the center of our lives and the ENDPOINT
of the MILE. May each of our problems have a solution that we’ll thry to solve
each day…Please send us the formula so we may find the SOLUTION for
them…I pray too to the HOLY SPIRIT 1+1+1 is ONE. Be the CENTER,
INTERIOR and EXTERIOR of this circular life we soar. You are the BASE of all
GOODNESS…the ROOT of all RIGHTEOUSNESS…your POWER is to the tenth.
Guide this life to us you lent…You are really NUMBER ONE! Amen.
MATH SONG

BASIC GRAPHS
WORDS BY: JOHN A. CARTER
TUNE: "CAISSONS GO ROLLING ALONG"
Come join us as we graph.
Use your arms and maybe laugh
As we review the twelve curves you know.
Quadratics, and the line,
Y's a constant, and the sine,
Y is e to the x - watch it grow,
Here's the cube and the tangent too.
Let's not forget all of the roots - square and cube and so on.
Natural log and one over x,
One on x squared is important too.