My week is going 2 be busy from 1 Febuary till the end of PSLE, *tired!
• Monday-Friday, student care.
• Monday, Mathematics remidal till 3.30pm. 4pm, house practise till 5.30pm. 1hour & 30 minutes at student care.
• Tuesday & Wednesday, nothing on except going 2 student care.
• Thursday, Chinese remidal till 3pm. I can’t even sit till the end of remidal. Cause it was pretty boring. The rest of the time till 6.30pm full time at student care.
• Friday, English and Science remidal till 3.30pm. The rest of the time till 6.30pm full time at student care.
Nw u know how is my busy rite. Forgot 2 include something, back at home Monday-Friday, 1hour of televison only. And still need 2 do assessment books!! I must be leading a HARD life i must say. ( Totally ). Bye. Will try 2 update blog once in a while.
I HATE CHIRSTOPHER TAY ZE EN WHICH IS IN THE SAME SCHOOL AS ME!!!! FROM THE SAME CLASS AS WELL!!!! I HATE ALL THE BOYS ACTUALLY IN THE WHOLE P6 LEVEL!!!! MAYBE U SHOULD KNOW THAT CHRISTOPHER TAY IS A REAL CHICKEN AND SHIT IN OUR CLASS!! NOT JUST THAT HE IS STUPID, HE IS ALSO GULLIBLE!! HATE! HATE! HATE! HATE! THAT STUPID CHICKEN BUTT OR HEAD LAH!!
Now surfing the net at the library. So i went 2 Youtube 2 watch a video recommend by my brother. It a comedy! Super Duper Funny! Check it out. 🙂
Its funny, isn’t it? Hahah. Got 2 go. Bye. 🙂
doing my homework! No! I mean using the computer as well as to search for books. Thought that today got homework but none at all. Does the punishment work counts? If it does, means that i got homework. Searching for 8 new words in the dictionary. That a nice punishment as it would not take up lots of time. Because when i just flip the dictionary, many new words came up. Maybe that all. Got to go, because my credits are low now. Bye.
Few days ago, teacher asked the class 2 search for Algebra’s history for our Maths subject. Need 2 find out more about it. Check it out:
The history of algebra began in ancient Egypt and Babylon, where people learned to solve linear (ax = b) and quadratic (ax2 + bx = c) equations, as well as indeterminate equations such as x2 + y2 = z2, whereby several unknowns are involved. The ancient Babylonians solved arbitrary quadratic equations by essentially the same procedures taught today. They also could solve some indeterminate equations.
Some of the info above I have copied from the web site to here. To find out more about Algebra’s History, please go to this website: http://www.algebra.com/algebra/about/history/ .
That all for today. Will posts again soon. See ya.
Yipee!! 😀 School starting tomorrow! I am so HAPPY and i don’t even know how to describe it. I am so a little SAD because have to wake up and sleep early too. But that not really bad, wake up and sleep early is also good for our health. This year, i would have to take PSLE so have to work extra hard already! Who would be my teacher for 2010? Have to see for myself tomorrow at school in the morning. Wish me SUPER GOOD LUCK at school tomorrow! :D Bye!!