Please share your strategies for the following problems.
Page 1 - Sudoku
Martin- Start out with the side boxes, collum and row. It will be a lot easier than starting out right in the middle. Double check each box, collum and row before going to the next. If you don't, you will end up with a totally messed up sudoko puzzle.
For this one check all the numbers that are on the same line I think this was easy don't forget that there can't be the same numbers in the same line!!!-
Page 2 - Martin- Do not hink of any complicated strategie, just try a few times till you have got the triminoes in the right places.
Mr.Kerlin I got messing up is this the 2nd puzzle of suduku or the 2nd page??-sam-
#1
Martin- draw either a grah or tally marks, it will make it a lot easier. Logic- it is always two tems playing against eachother.
Thank you Martin I didn't get the thing but I understand it because you helped me -sam-
#2
Martin- This problem can be very confusing, so I would sujest that you sit down with a piece of paper and go through each line. As you go through, you write down all the posible answers and when you get to the next line you cross out the numbers that do not correspond anymore.
It says that it is a pair... doesn't that mean that it is 2 numbers?? like 11 , 22, 33, 44, 55, 66, 77, 88? And also it says that it even then it is 22 44 or 88 right?-sam-
#3
Martin-If you do not know or forgot the definitions to the math vocab. words, don,t panic. Go and get your math book, wirte down the defiitions on a piece of paper and figure outhe value of X.
#4
Martin- This problem was very hard for me. I have no advice to give apart from try try try.

I don't get this problem I think I need help...-sam-
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#1
Martin- Follow M.Kerlin's advic e annd use graph paper, try to not give up when you find out that just cut the board in the middle, don#t think straight lines.
#2

Martin- Look for patterns. Focus on the top and bottom rows.

#3
Martin- Use the information that Mr. K gave us in math class today (Feb. 22, 2010.) Question: do you have to know one of the basketball rules for this question?

#4
lMartin- If you do not understand this problem look at page 2, problem one. They are more or less alike.

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#1
Martin- Do not hink of any complicated strategie, just try a few times till you have got the triminoes in the right places.

#2

Martin- 1. Do the first two questions in your head, then use a piece of paper to to figure out the math.
Page 5 Cartoon Corner - Hot Ziggety Dog!!
#1

Martin- Use LCD and remember, there shouldn't be any hotdogs remaining.
#2
Martin- Do exactly the same as in problem one.
#3
Martin- The answers from problem one and two do not keep the same LCD.
#4
Martin- Just multiply your answers from problem three by the amount of dollars per package.

Please share your strategies for the following problems.Page 1 - Sudoku

Martin- Start out with the side boxes, collum and row. It will be a lot easier than starting out right in the middle. Double check each box, collum and row before going to the next. If you don't, you will end up with a totally messed up sudoko puzzle.

For this one check all the numbers that are on the same line I think this was easy don't forget that there can't be the same numbers in the same line!!!-

Page 2 - Martin- Do not hink of any complicated strategie, just try a few times till you have got the triminoes in the right places.

Mr.Kerlin I got messing up is this the 2nd puzzle of suduku or the 2nd page??-sam-

#1

Martin- draw either a grah or tally marks, it will make it a lot easier. Logic- it is always two tems playing against eachother.

Thank you Martin I didn't get the thing but I understand it because you helped me -sam-

#2

Martin- This problem can be very confusing, so I would sujest that you sit down with a piece of paper and go through each line. As you go through, you write down all the posible answers and when you get to the next line you cross out the numbers that do not correspond anymore.

It says that it is a pair... doesn't that mean that it is 2 numbers?? like 11 , 22, 33, 44, 55, 66, 77, 88? And also it says that it even then it is 22 44 or 88 right?-sam-

#3

Martin-If you do not know or forgot the definitions to the math vocab. words, don,t panic. Go and get your math book, wirte down the defiitions on a piece of paper and figure outhe value of X.

#4

Martin- This problem was very hard for me. I have no advice to give apart from try try try.

I don't get this problem I think I need help...-sam-

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#1

Martin- Follow M.Kerlin's advic e annd use graph paper, try to not give up when you find out that just cut the board in the middle, don#t think straight lines.

#2

Martin- Look for patterns. Focus on the top and bottom rows.

#3

Martin- Use the information that Mr. K gave us in math class today (Feb. 22, 2010.) Question: do you have to know one of the basketball rules for this question?

#4

lMartin- If you do not understand this problem look at page 2, problem one. They are more or less alike.

Page 4 -

#1

Martin- Do not hink of any complicated strategie, just try a few times till you have got the triminoes in the right places.

#2

Martin- 1. Do the first two questions in your head, then use a piece of paper to to figure out the math.

Page 5 Cartoon Corner - Hot Ziggety Dog!!

#1

Martin- Use LCD and remember, there shouldn't be any hotdogs remaining.

#2

Martin- Do exactly the same as in problem one.

#3

Martin- The answers from problem one and two do not keep the same LCD.

#4

Martin- Just multiply your answers from problem three by the amount of dollars per package.