Date: Jan 19, 2013 11:20 AM
Author: GS Chandy
Subject: Re: To K-12 teachers here: Another enjoyable post from Dan Meyer
Further my post of Jan 19, 2013 9:05 PM (pasted below my signature for reference), perhaps I should say,
- -- DEAN - NED = A, then
- -- DEAN - NED should not = D unless you really wish to foncuse those pre-algebra kids!
- -- ARIEAL - BLAIRE = B is also likely to foncuse.
But you're right, nonetheless (and I was wrong, or, perhaps wong).
Algebra NOT required.
GS Chandy posted Jan 19, 2013 9:05 PM:
> Robert Hansen (RH) posted Jan 19, 2013 5:13 PM:
> > On Jan 18, 2013, at 8:46 PM, GS Chandy
> > <email@example.com> wrote:
> > > Isn't it just far too tough for 'pre-algebra
> > students'? (In fact, I wouldn't know how to do it
> > WITHOUT a fair bit of algebra - am I perhaps wrong
> > calling it 'algebra'?).
> > It is a word scramble problem...
> > DEAN - NED = A
> > ARIEAL - BLAIRE = B
> > CLARE - EARL = C
> > DEAN - NED = D
> > RAFI - ARI = F
> > GABRIEL - BLAIRE = G
> > AIDEN - DEAN = I
> > KOLE - LEO = K
> > NADINE - AIDEN = N
> > PAUL - ULA = P
> > CHARLES - RACHEL = S
> > TIRA - ARI = T
> > WOLKE - KOLE = W
> > The rest of the letters fall out from that.
> > I guess this means that very few kids do those
> > puzzles on the placemats at Denny's :(
> > Bob Hansen
> Congratulations, RH. In fact, may I say,
> CONGRATULATIONS (and repeat)!
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