Monday, April 9, 2012

The Girl Who Played with Fire

I'm reading the second book of the Millennium trilogy by Stieg Larson. The story starts with a paragraph about equations. Can you complete the gaps? Use comments and write your name:


PART 1: Irregular Equations
DECEMBER 16–20

Equations are classified by the highest (a)________ (value of the exponent) of their unknowns. If this is one, the equation is of (b)________  degree. If this is (c)________ , the (d)________  is of second degree, and so on. Equations of higher degree than one yield multiple possible values for their unknown quantities. These values are known as (e)________ .
The first-degree equation (the linear equation):

3x−9 = 0 (root: x = ______)

19 comments:

  1. Estefanía Ríder ReyesApril 13, 2012 at 7:12 PM

    Equations are classified by the highest (a)_____power___ (value of the exponent) of their unknowns. If this is one, the equation is of (b)__first______ degree. If this is (c)___second_____ , the (d)_power_______ is of second degree, and so on. Equations of higher degree than one yield multiple possible values for their unknown quantities. These values are known as (e)__roots______ .
    The first-degree equation (the linear equation):

    3x−9 = 0 (root: x = ___3___)

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  2. Carmen Hens Barrilero:
    a)power
    b)first
    c)two
    d)equation
    e)roots
    x=3

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  3. Mª Carmen Herrera Beurnio:
    a)power
    b)first
    c)two
    d)equation
    e)roots
    x= 3

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  4. Carlos Sierra
    a)degree
    b)first degree
    c)two
    d)equation
    e)unknowns
    x=3

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  5. The girl who played with fire.

    Answers:
    a)power
    b)first
    c)two
    d)equation
    e)roots
    x=3

    Paula

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  6. Patricia cabello hurtadoApril 15, 2012 at 8:58 PM

    Patricia Cabello Hurtado
    A)degree
    B)value
    C)first
    D)third
    E)equations
    X) x=0-3+9
    =+6

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  7. a) power b) first c) two d) equation e) roots

    x=3

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  8. Alvaro Martinez PeñaApril 16, 2012 at 3:48 PM

    a)power
    b)the first
    c)two
    d)equation
    e)roots

    3x-9=0 (x=3)

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  9. JAVIER MARTOS SANCHEZApril 16, 2012 at 7:00 PM

    A) Grade
    B) First
    C) Two
    D) Exponent
    E) Unknowns quantities

    Root:9:3=3

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  10. Equations are classified by the highest (a)_power (value of the exponent) of their unknowns. If this is one, the equation is of (b)__first degree. If this is (c)___two_____ , the (d)_equation_____ is of second degree, and so on. Equations of higher degree than one yield multiple possible values for their unknown quantities. These values are known as (e)_roots____ .
    The first-degree equation (the linear equation):

    3x−9 = 0 (root: x = ___3___)

    carlos jimenez molina

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  11. Carmen C. GonzálezApril 16, 2012 at 8:05 PM

    a) power
    b) the first
    e) roots
    c) two
    d)equations
    e) roots

    x=3

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  12. a) power
    b)first
    c)two
    d)equation
    e)roots
    x=3
    Alejandro RuizGómez

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  13. Equations are classified by the highest (a)power (value of the exponent) of their unknowns. If this is one, the equation is of (b)first degree. If this is (c)two, the (d)equation is of second degree, and so on. Equations of higher degree than one yield multiple possible values for their unknown quantities. These values are known as (e)roots.
    The first-degree equation (the linear equation):

    3x−9 = 0 (root: x = 3)
    María Pérez-Parra:)

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  14. José Fuentes Nieto 3º ESO BApril 17, 2012 at 5:52 PM

    Equations are classified by the highest (a)degree (value of the exponent) of their unknowns. If this is one, the equation is of (b)first degree. If this is (c)two , the (d)equation is of second degree, and so on. Equations of higher degree than one yield multiple possible values for their unknown quantities. These values are known as (e)________ .
    The first-degree equation (the linear equation):

    3x−9 = 0 (root: x = 3)

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  15. a) power b) first c) two d) equation e) roots x=3
    Elena Torrecillas Barambio

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  16. Valentina Castillo Ceballos:estas son mis respuestas
    a) power
    b)first
    c) two
    d) equation
    e) roots
    x=3

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  17. Jaime Millán Santiago

    a)power
    b)the first
    c)two
    d)equation
    e)roots
    x) x=3

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  18. ARACELI MORENO CANTIZANI
    a) power
    b) first
    c) two
    d) equation
    e) roots
    x=3

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  19. Congratulations! These are the answers:

    a) power/degree
    b) first
    c) two
    d) equation
    e) roots
    x = 3

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