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justfoundout
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Posted on June 04 2012 08:14 PM
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Not my favorite subject, but here it is. Today in my class for learning to teach Spanish, the teacher told us to get information off of a blog he's prepared. On that blog was a link to some math help. We'll be having to learn about curving grades, different kinds of scores, percentages, medians, modes, and more. This link has some free types of online calculators at the bottom of the page and also there are worksheets that can be printed out. I'm in for a rough semester. - jus'

http://www.helpin...lating.htm
Edited by justfoundout on June 08 2012 06:02 PM
 
heathermomster
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Posted on June 08 2012 05:10 PM
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I'm a little confused. Do you have to read the site in English and then rewrite the steps in Spanish?

Does the site have to involve math? Perhaps he'll provide a home ec type website with instructs on how to boil an egg or bake a cake, so you can convert that to Spanish.
Edited by heathermomster on June 08 2012 05:26 PM
 
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