Multiply first, outer, inner, then last terms.
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To keep your brain sharp over winter break, the best thing you can do is read. Read widely! If you typically only read mysteries, branch out. Read expository, comics, and newspapers. By doing this, you will stretch your mind, be exposed to new vocabulary, and comprehend new material. In addition, keep your math skills sharp. Teach someone else what you just learned... read more
Kinesthetic Learners learn to read and write by doing! I could always identify my kinesthetic Learners in line easily because they are the students who hold their hand out and touch the wall as they walk down the hallway. For these students in particular, we would air-write our spelling words (think jet-puff clouds). Pretty much all students enjoy using shaving cream on their desks to write... read more
When your teacher says, "study for your test Friday," what exactly does he mean? It's a bit ambiguous, and many students do nothing at all. This lack of studying typically does not result in good grades. (There are, however, those few students who do not study and still earn a 100). The most basic form of studying is memorization. One will only find this on spelling tests. More... read more