## Square Roots

1/1/2013

Square roots are when there is numbers like 2 times 2 or 15 times 15 and so on. The one that I don't like about square roots my teacher gives us big numbers like 400. The answer to that would be 20. the ones that don't have a square root are the ones that are between two square roots. For example is maybe what two square roots is 15 between and the answer would be 12 and 14. That isn't so hard is it? Lets see if there is something that is more of a challenge. The number 19 would be between two square roots 16 which has the square root 8 and also between 25. this are some of the example of things that I did as homework about exponents.

## Negative Exponents

1/1/2013

Negative exponents are not that simple to solve but I'll tell you the truth it might be hard at first to understand but this how it goes. The way that you try to find an answer like 3 exponent -8 is that you first try flip it over to be now 1/3 exponent 8. the fact that there is now  fraction in the problem you will now have to solve the problem of 3 exponent 8. There the answer would be 1/24. That wasn't so hard was it?

## Rounding Numbers

1/1/2013

Well when I was little my mom was trying to help me to learn to round number and I didn't know how to but I did know how to do the basics for example that anything above is going to be the next set of numbers. Well when my wants to teach me something she teaches me until I know the problem to my  problem. We even stood like until ten o'clock to find out how to teach me how to do the easiest thing on earth. Once I knew how to round numbers I couldn't believe that was  so easy. That was a little too ridiculous to actually handle as the thing that I couldn't figure out very quickly as I thought I  would.
Another thing that actually had happened recently is that well we were learning how to do this problem that you had to well find the answer to a problem that had a bunch of that I couldn't understand. But mainly I'm just saying when you need to learn something new you have to work at it until you know it.

## Giovanna

Here I will be blogging about math every Mon.