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Teachers' Lounge Discussion: Assessing readiness for algebra

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From: Mrs. Altman <mathismereligion@hotmail.com>
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2005040708:54:28
Subject: Re: Re: HOAPT

dear nancy (may i call you that?) 
your name reminded me of my favorite detective girl novels- the nancy
drew mysteries. (have you read "the clue in the clock"?) i think you
would find some of the references quite mathamatical. 
your name reminded me so terribly of my own childhood and adolecence
growing up in my little home town in rural texas(god bless our dear
country and the worlds messiah george bush- spreading the words of our
lord. Im sorry- ive been going off on a tangent. Back to your inquiry
as to algebraic age figuration in pre high school education we must
remember one thing- the children are the future and for them we must
do all we can to teach them the little we know of the expanding world
of mathematics so that they in turn may solve the problems and
challenges the lord sets before us as they would a maths equation.
therefore- i reccomend this simple mathematical equation- 
gooch (being the primary function of gooch) ^4 - the square root of
thank you and god bless you - child of god 

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