Ti-Pro.doc.

05-20-2006, 01:53 AM

does any one know the aanswer to the "What do you call drawing squares on Dracula" riddle?

it is from the book Algebra with Pizzaz.

it is from the book Algebra with Pizzaz.

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Ti-Pro.doc.

05-20-2006, 01:53 AM

does any one know the aanswer to the "What do you call drawing squares on Dracula" riddle?

it is from the book Algebra with Pizzaz.

it is from the book Algebra with Pizzaz.

skeeter

05-20-2006, 07:36 AM

here's a WAG ...

"tessellating a Transylvanian" ???

:roll:

"tessellating a Transylvanian" ???

:roll:

Ti-Pro.doc.

05-20-2006, 12:49 PM

here's a WAG ...

"tessellating a Transylvanian" ???

:roll:

sorry to many letters.

the total amount of spaces is 14.

"tessellating a Transylvanian" ???

:roll:

sorry to many letters.

the total amount of spaces is 14.

skeeter

05-20-2006, 02:00 PM

sorry to many letters.

the total amount of spaces is 14.

thanks for stating so in your original post. :roll:

then the answer is too easy ... :idea:

either "squaring a count" or "count the square" or some such nonsense.

the total amount of spaces is 14.

thanks for stating so in your original post. :roll:

then the answer is too easy ... :idea:

either "squaring a count" or "count the square" or some such nonsense.

Ti-Pro.doc.

05-22-2006, 11:34 PM

sorry to many letters.

the total amount of spaces is 14.

thanks for stating so in your original post. :roll:

then the answer is too easy ... :idea:

either "squaring a count" or "count the square" or some such nonsense.

I just got the results back today it was

checking a count.

which in my opinion didn't match the learning area it was in.

Factoring Trinomials.

the total amount of spaces is 14.

thanks for stating so in your original post. :roll:

then the answer is too easy ... :idea:

either "squaring a count" or "count the square" or some such nonsense.

I just got the results back today it was

checking a count.

which in my opinion didn't match the learning area it was in.

Factoring Trinomials.

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