## Friday, October 29, 2010

## Thursday, October 28, 2010

Mike was working on building his super computer for gaming. He will need to have a certain amount of RAM to make the games work properly. The amount of RAM between the graphics card and the CPU are inversely proportional. When mike has 4 Gigabytes of RAM for his CPU he has 100,000 bytes of Graphics Ram. He is not sure what how much he wants to put into his computer, please help him. He wants to know how much graphics RAM he should have if he has 2, & 8, Gigabytes of Ram for his CPU. Also he wants to know how many Gigabytes of Ram he should have for his CPU if he has 150,000bytes, & 75,000bytes of Graphics RAM.

1,000bytes = 1Kilobyte

1,000Kilobytes = 1Megabyte

1,000Megabytes = 1 Gigabyte

1,000Gigabytes = 1 Terabyte

PS: When you get to the website on the right hand side of the page it will show a box that asks for your class pass. In the box type in coleman106 because that is your class pass. It will log you in. click on chapter three and then click 3.4. you will have to keep going to the next page to get to the right part of it where the homework is. It should be like four or five pages...i hope.

SIA MIke:-)

## Monday, October 25, 2010

## Monday, October 18, 2010

## Friday, October 15, 2010

Your class pass on the right hand side is coleman106.

## Thursday, October 14, 2010

### ******BONUS******

Mike was working on building his super computer for gaming. He will need to have a certain amount of RAM to make the games work properly. The amount of RAM between the graphics card and the CPU are inversely proportional. When mike has 4 Gigabytes of RAM for his CPU he has 100,000 bytes of Graphics Ram. He is not sure what how much he wants to put into his computer, please help him. He wants to know how much graphics RAM he should have if he has 2, & 8, Gigabytes of Ram for his CPU. Also he wants to know how many Gigabytes of Ram he should have for his CPU if he has 150,000bytes, & 75,000bytes of Graphics RAM.

1,000bytes = 1Kilobyte

1,000Kilobytes = 1Megabyte

1,000Megabytes = 1 Gigabyte

1,000Gigabytes = 1 Terabyte

1,000bytes = 1Kilobyte

1,000Kilobytes = 1Megabyte

1,000Megabytes = 1 Gigabyte

1,000Gigabytes = 1 Terabyte

## Tuesday, October 12, 2010

http://www.keymath.com/x4540.xmlOnce you are on this page, on the right side you will see a place to enter your Classpass. Your ClassPass is: coleman106

You will have to go to the section 2.8 which should be on the tab next to to the online book.

## Friday, October 8, 2010

## Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Section 2.7, pg. 140, #2,5,7,8,11,12. That is the homework. Oh! Don't forget to correct the problems you got wrong on the quiz!

http://www.keymath.com/x4540.xml

Once you are on this page, on the right side you will see a place to enter your Classpass.

Your ClassPass is: coleman106

### Our Book's Website

Once you are on this page, on the right side you will see a place to enter your Classpass.

Your ClassPass is: coleman106

### Bonus

- Think of a number.
- Add 3.
- Double that.
- Subtract 4.
- Cut that in half.
- Subtract your original number.

2. What is the trick and show how you can prove that algebraically!

Good Luck!

### Homework for Wednesday

Mike!

Last nights homework was WS 2.7. You had 30 minutes to start the WS in class!

Miss K

Last nights homework was WS 2.7. You had 30 minutes to start the WS in class!

Miss K

## Monday, October 4, 2010

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