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Double click anywhere & add an idea S3CR3T NUMB3R. Q: Clues: . The Answer is: 580 How To Budget College Expenses. There are so many new things that you have to pay for once you to go college, and many people tend to get overwhelmed. These expenses include:Tuition,books,dorm fees or rent, Groceries or meal plans, and personal items. Create a monthly budget by listing expenses and allocating your monthly income against those expenses. You can make your budget out on paper or use a spreadsheet template. You could also use software like "Quicken". It has a budget feature where you can track your expenses very easily. Lets say you make two thousand dollars a month, you have a car, and you live in a dorm room. You should plan to budget out how much money you expect to pay for gas and parking, your housing fee, personal items, food, and entertainment. then subtract the overall amount from your paycheck. Also, you should have some money left over for unexpected expences. I.E your car gets a flat tire, or you need to pay to buy a family member of friend a birthday present. If you dont seem to have enough money to pay for the things you need you need to limit unnessesary spending. (see tips below) You dont want to start off adulthood with credit card debt.

Tips To limit spending. Live at home. work out a plan with your parents to pay them rent. I bet it will be alot cheaper than an apartment. This only works, of course if you can afford the commute to school.

Cut entertainment costs. Dont blow your money at the bar. go out for a picnic instead!

lastly, its worth it to take the time to shop for the best prices on housing, books, and supplies. Shop for groceries at places like WAl-MART, or Aldi. PR0BL3M OF TH3 M0NTH! For a used car priced at 4,500 $, Martha takes a loan with an interest rate of 9.5%. By the time she owns the car, how much will she have paid including the original cost and interest?

Answer:Marthas Car will cost $4,927.50 including $427.50 in interest. MATH TR1V1A. Q1:How many sides does a icosahedron have?
Q2:What number is an improper fraction greater than?
Q3:What is the word "bit" short for?
Q4:what number does "giga" stand for?
Q5: What greek math whiz noticed that the morning star and evening star were one and the same, in 530 BC? A1:20
A3:binary didgit
A4:one billion
A5:pythagoras Mathematician You should know. We know you dont want to bore yourself with learning the whole life story of every noted mathematician that has ever lived. So, each month we will teach you enough about one mathematician to at least keep up a short conversation. LEWIS CARROLL 1832-1898 You may know Lewis Carroll as the author of "Alice in Wonderland" or "Through the looking glass" But He also had a BA in mathematics. He was the author of two mathematical text books, and he also lectured at Oxford collage. Lewis Carroll's birth name is Lutwidge Dodgson.He called himself Lewis Carroll after his latin name. Sudoku Mathematical Prodogies math tricks and shortcuts How do you do it? The formula for the formula for Interest = original cost x Rate
SO I= (4500) (0.095)
(4500) (0.095) = 427.50
Then: 427.50 + 4,500 = 4,927.50! Paul Erdos Paul Erdos was a hungarian mathematician, born in 1913. His parents were also mathematicians.By the age of three, Erdos could already calculate how many seconds a person has lived, and had taught himself about negative intergers. He then was awarded a doctorate in mathematics at the ripe age of 21. He later went on to publish more papers than any other mathematician in history. He wrote papers on problems in set theory, probability theory, combinatorics, and classical analysis. This is a three didgit number.
The difference of the last two digits is greater than 6.
The sum of the last two digits is less than 9.
The product of the first and last digits is less than 24.
The sum of the first and last digits is equal to 5.
The sum of the digits is equal to 13.
How to do sudoku:
The objective of the game is to fill all the blank squares in a game with the correct numbers. There are three very simple rules to follow. In a 9 by 9 square Sudoku game:

Every row of 9 numbers must include all digits 1 through 9 in any order
Every column of 9 numbers must include all digits 1 through 9 in any order
Every 3 by 3 subsection of the 9 by 9 square must include all digits 1 through 9

This month we are learning some mental tricks and short cuts that have to do with Time and Distance. 60mph = 1 mile per minute. Going 60 mph and you need to exit in 6 miles? thats about 6 minutes.

Feet per second = 1.5 X MPH

MPH = Feet per second X 2/3

for example: if you are going 100 miles per hour, you are going 150 feet per second.
1.5 X 100 = 150.
Calculate commute time
one year = 250 work days = 2000 work hours (based on average 9-5 scheduled work week.) to calculate your commute time in 1 year, simple multiply the number of hours you commute each day, by the number of work days (250) per year. example: Lets say you have a half hour commute every day. Then you multiply .5 X 250 = 125.
you would spend 125 hours in the car each year. Why did we need to learn that? Geometry seems to have alot of students asking the question above, so this mini article will try to explain. The word Geometrey means "measure the earth" in Greek.geometry is the study of the size, shape and position of 2 dimensional shapes and 3 dimensional figures. However, geometry is used daily by almost everyone.Geometry is found everywhere! Its can be seen in art, architecture, engineering, robotics, astronomy, sculptures, space, nature, sports, cars and a ton more.Geometry is linked to many other topics in math, The measurements you learn is used daily by architects, engineers, architects, physicists and land surveyors.Studying geometry gives you many skills and helps to build the thinking skills of logic, deductive reasoning, analytical reasoning and problem solving. So pay attention in class!

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