Dec 3

I know mostly they make you learn up to 12 but would 20 or 100 be more useful? What number would be the best to learn up to so that I could do quick math in my head but so that it’s not useless?

*12 should be sufficient*

Dec 1

Hello everyone! My name is Giulia and I’m travelling to New York next July/August to improve my English! I would like to ask if anyone knows details about travelling from JFK Airport to Times Square… I mean, how much is it? Are there timetables? Is there a website with maps and explanations? What if I arrive at Newark International Airport? Will it be easier? Thank you very much!

Of course, there are timestable for Metropolitan Transportation Authority which handles Subway, Bus, Staten Island Railway, Metro-North and Long Island Railroads. It also handles Long Island Bus.
However subways and buses never on time.
Subway, buses, Staten Island Railway, Long Island Bus, Roosevelt Island Tramway, and WCDOT Bee-Line Buses are $2.25, premier express buses $5.50 and Bee-Line BxM4C are $7.50 one way.
JFK Airport to Times Square.
Quickest way to slow way.
Option 1: Airtrain JFK/Long Island Railroad.
Step 1: Take Airtrain Jamaica to Jamaica Station.
Step 2: Look for green LIRR Ticket Vending Machine and purchase $5 MetroCard with Jamaica to Penn Station for $8.75 peak, 6.25 off-peak, $3.75 Weekend CityTicket. $5 to exit system.
Step 3: Take westbound LIRR to Penn Station.
Step 4: Once at Penn Station, go to MetroCard Vending Machine at 7th Av Subway Station in refill a MetroCard to $2.25. Or depends how long you spend, you have buy seperate Unlimited MetroCard because you cannot refill Unlimited MetroCard on regular MetroCard.

Option 2: Airtrain JFK/Subway:
Step 1: Take Airtrain Jamaica to Jamaica Station. Get $5 MetroCard to exit system.
Step 2: Go downstairs to Sutphin Blvd-Archer Av subway station. If you’re staying longer, purchase Unlimited MetroCard.
Step 3: Take Manhattan-bound (E) express to 42nd St-Port Authority Bus Terminal, which is connected to Times Square Station.
Please note during late night, when (R) only operates as Brooklyn Shuttle, (E) runs local for entire length after 11:30pm.

Newark Airport to Times Square.
Faster way to slow way:
Please note $5 surcharge occurs on onboard New Jersey Transit commuter trains when ticket machine is working or ticket windows are opened.
Option 1: Via Airtrain Newark/NJ Transit Train
Step 1: At you terminals, look for orange New Jersey Transit Ticket Vending Machine and purchase $15 one way ticket to New York Penn Station. You need to hold onto it because $5.50 AirTrain fee is enconded in this ticket.
Step 2: Take Airtrain Newark to Newark Liberty International Airport Station.
Step 3: Take New Jersey Transit’s inbound Northeast Corridor or North Jersey Coast Line to Penn Station.
Step 4: Then transfer to NYC Subway uptown (1)(2)(3) to Times Sq-42nd St. It’s best if you buy Unlimited MetroCard at subway station if you’re staying longer.

Option 2: Via Bus/PATH:
Step 1: Look for New Jersey Transit #62 bus stop outside your terminal. Make sure destination goes to Newark Penn Station. Why? Perth Amboy-bound bus also shares stop. New Jersey Transit Buses are based on fare zone.
Step 2: Paid $1.50 one-zone fare to ride to Newark Penn Station.
Step 3: Purchase $1.75 Single Ride PATH MetroCard to enter PATH train.
Step 4: Take World Trade Center train to World Trade Center.
Step 5: Once at World Trade Center, follow sign to (A)(C)(E)(1)(2)(3) Complex at Chambers St-World Trade Center-Park Place.
Step 6: Buy Unlimited MetroCard if you’re staying longer.
Step 7: Take uptown (A) express, (C)(E) local to 42nd St-Port Authority Bus Terminal.

Option 3: GoBus28/Newark City Subway Lightrail/New Jersey Transit
Please note GoBus#28 is express version of #28 Local bus and this special bus you MUST EXIT AT REAR DOOR. For your convience, there is luggage rack by front door.
Step 1: Outside ground level, look for GoBus#28 Bus Shelter and wait for GoBus#28 heading to Bloomfield Station via Broad Street Station, not via University Heights.
Step 2: Paid $2.20 ($1.50 one-zone plus 70 cent fee transfer) to purchase transfer.
Step 3: Take GoBus#28 via Broad St to Broad St Station.
Step 4: Cross street to Broad St Station and Newark City Lightrail to Newark Penn Station. Transfer slip are consider proof-of-payment and New Jersey Transit law enforcement officer will check your ticket or transfer to see you have valid ticket.
Step 5: Then look for NJ Transit Ticket Vending Machine and purchase one way ticket to New York Penn Station $5 and take inbound Northeast Corridor or North Jersey Coast Line to New York Penn Station.
Step 6: Once at Penn Station, purchase Unlimited MetroCard at subway station and take uptown (1)(2)(3) to Times Sq-42nd St.
Official Port Authority of NY & NJ
http://www.panynj.gov
PATH train Port Authority TransHudson
http://www.panynj.gov/path/
AirTrain JFK
http://www.airtrainjfk.com

Long Island Railroad
http://lirr42.mta.info/
Subway Map and Service Guideline
http://mta.info/nyct/maps/subwaymap.pdf
http://mta.info/maps/service_guide_web_Jun10.pdf

Dec 1

Hello guys, in January 2013 I will have to miss two weeks of school due to family issues back in my country.

I am going into year 11 and I am worried i will miss tests/exams in January 2013.

If you guys could tell me if you have exams in january and please me specific by dates!

I live in the London area.
Thanks!

Your school is able to give you that information./

Nov 27

Unscramble these words!
1. PELHATNE
2. HMANU
3. PRFOTIOTN
4. PTICREU
5. HSIFNI

Find the missing letters, then unscramble them!
ABCDFGIJKLMQRSTUVWXYZ

What number am I thinking of?
1. I am an even number
2. I am in the 9 timestable
3. I have 2 numbers
4. My last number is 6
5. What am I?

What is my middle name?
1. 5 letters
2. Girl
3. One letter doubles itself
4. 2 spellings
5. Starts with "R"
6. Ends with "E"

FIRST PERSON TO FINISH ALL CORRECTLY WINS THE 10 POINTS!
ROCK THE CLASSICS YOU WIN!

1. elephant
2. human
3. footprint
4. picture
5. finish
PHONE
36
Renee?

Nov 27

Hi, im going into year 8 (7th grade) and i dunno what to put in my bag. Its the first day back so I havent been given and books or textbooks. I dont even have a timestable to show what classes im in. All of these are given to me on the first day. Also what should i keep in my locker? My lockers are quite small, only big enough to put some books and a p.e bag in. Should I make a little emergency kit with some stuff in? I really don’t know! The most detailed, longest answer will get 10 POINTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Thanks everyone for your answers can u expand to little things I’m gonna forget like umbrella and stuff like that. I’m gonna pack my bag using one of these lists. 10 POINTS BEST AND MOST DETAILED ANSWER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I’m going into year 8 too(:

This is what I keep in my school bag (Mines packed for Tuesday already).

-School Books
-Contact Book (I will get given my new contact book on the first day back, but if you have you yours already, put that in).
-Pencil Case (What I Keep Inside: 3 black pens, 3 blue pens, 3 red pens, ruler (30cm + 15cm because my school requires both), rubber, sharpener, 5 mechanical pencils, 5 regular pencils, sticky notes (I don’t need them, but i like to do random doodles in class), highlighters, index cards)
-Pack of colouring pencils
-Pack of colouring pens
-USB stick (You may not need this!)
-Calculator
-Maths Set
-Purse with some change to buy food, bus pass, canteen pass, school id.
-Any homework set over summer
-Glasses (If you wear them).
-Reading Book
-Glue stick
-Scissors
-Hair Brush
-Makeup
-Body spray/Perfume
-Jewellery Case (Because in P.E you can’t wear it).
-Pads/Tampons/Liners
-iPod
-Mobile Phone
-Earphones/Headphones
-Chapstick
-Vaseline
-Hair Ties/Bobby Pins
-Umbrella
-Sunglasses (Which I don’t need much!).
-Elastic Bands (For my braces)
-Socks (Because mine always get wet!).
-Tic Tacs
-Chewing gum
-Mints

P.E Kit:
-T-Shirt
-Jogging Bottoms
-Hoodie
-Trainers
-Hair Ties
-Body Spray
-Sports Bra

Good Luck!(:

Nov 27

A fat beat with animated flash cards for the times table to 6.

Duration : 0:9:8

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Nov 25

please rate this out of 4. scale

The lesson I Learned

Procrastination is a obstacle that most Highschool students face at one point or another in their schooling career. Some people learn how to overcome it by forming good habits and others like me suffer for years by constantly putting things off. Although studying and being well-oragnized can be a challnege, the worthwhile reward is sucess. Narrowing down assignments helped me to create a well balanced shedule. Locating a differnt work station rather than in front of something thats distarcting or non resistet was a great remedy, also Another ambition I use is to use the reward system. By using these methods I was bound to hit glory and stop my terrible problem of procrasnating.

Narrowing down my assignments helped assist me to create a monethy timestable, where I could follow and work throughtout the course of the week or until the deadline. For instance when I had study for my science final in grade eight and I knew I had plan everything out so I could pass my class. Taking ten minute breaks in between my study period lets my mind be at peace and refreah memery so I can accompolish things more effecient. For example, my brain was so stressed out and could not think straight beacuse of finals week so instead I sliced an apple and took a few minutes to relax my body. As a result of that I manged to pull through and get good grades in most of my subjects.

Altering a new work station supported my focous, which I needed to control beacuse it was wondering into differnt dirctions. A location where I thought that was quiet and a place to hit the hay for books was the library for example, when I had learn the perodic table I had no where eles to study qiuet then the library so, I took the chance and I walked right in, and came out learning most of the elements from the table. Having a tutor gave me a better learing stuture of what I was learing in math class. For instances, when I was confused with algerbra and having a tough time learning the concept, I knew it was time to hire a tutor and ever since I never had a promblem with algerbra. Using these methods I was able to find a termendous learning envirnment so I could l work more effencenlty and independly.

Using the the reward system, did not just break my bad habit of procrasnating but increased my selfestem aswell. For intances, when I was complety finished my socials autobigrbephy I rewarded my self by giving ten minutes to use social netwroking sites such as Facebook, and surfing the internet. But also keeping in mind to say in between the limits and not abuse this privellge by playing internet games when I should stop. Rewarding myself would give me the oppertunity and goals which I could use in the future when I’m in a job.

Afterwards , I began to exert more effort in school work and began assembling a agenda and started to bugit my time when doing homeowrk. giving little treats to reward my self after comelting a task, would give me self motamotion. cutting down homework like do some in the library and then do the rest at home would leave me spare time to do other things that are important like working at a part time job. Although studying and being well-oragnized can be a challnege, the worthwhile reward is sucess. finally, these techenes i used were helpful however i also learned to take responsibily’s for my self actions as i was crossing down this road of sucess.
4=A 3=B 2.5=C+ 2=C 1=C-

I would give a C-
Very poor grammer, punctuation and spelling. Your thesis statement was ‘ok’ but you got worse and worse as you progressed through.

Nov 25

What would the driver look like in java BlueJ to get the multiplication table printed?

public class TimesTable
{
public static void main (String[] args) {
System.out.print(" |");
for (int i = 1; i <= 12; i++)
System.out.print(pad(i) + " ");
System.out.println();
System.out.print("—+");
for (int i = 1; i <= 12; i++)
System.out.print("—–");
System.out.println();
for (int i = 1; i <= 12; i++) {
System.out.print(pad(i) + "|");
for (int j = 1; j <= 12; j++) {
System.out.print(pad(i*j) + " ");
}
System.out.println();
}
}
public static String pad(int x) {
String s = new String();
if (x < 10) s = " " + x;
else if (x < 100) s = " " + x;
else s = "" + x;
return s;
}
}

Ready my Friend

import java.util.Scanner;

/**
*
* @author carlos juarez
*/
class Main {

public static void main(String args[]) {
String name;

int n;
Scanner s;
s = new Scanner(System.in);
System.out.println("Enter your name: ");
name = s.next();
System.out.println("Enter the total number of subjects");
n = s.nextInt();
String[] subject = new String[n];
int[] marks = new int[n];

for (int i = 0; i < n; i++) {
System.out.println("Enter the name of Subject " + (i + 1));
subject[i] = s.next();
}

for (int i = 0; i < n; i++) {
System.out.println("Enter the marks for " + subject[i]);
marks[i] = s.nextInt();
}

System.out.println("Marksheet");
System.out.println("———");
System.out.println("Name : " + name);
System.out.println("Number of subjects : " + n);

for (int i = 0; i < n; i++) {
System.out.println(subject[i] + "’s Score : " + marks[i]);
}
}
}

Nov 23

Im starting my first year at UBC in the faculty of Arts.
I’m just wondering, do you have to take the standardized timestable? On the date of the course registration, I didnt know about the standardized timestable, and picked my own courses. Is that okay?

As long as you’re not in Arts One or CAP, it’s fine.

Nov 23

Does any one how to make a timestable on easyphp? Can u please type in here or give me a website were it is?

<?php

echo "<table border=1 cellpadding=4>";

// Start first row of numbers with a grey background
echo "<tr bgcolor=#cccccc>";
for ($c = 0; $c < 13; $c++) {
echo "<td>";
if ($c != 0) {
echo $c;
}
echo "</td>";
}
echo "</tr>";

// Start the second row of numbers. This is the answer between the top right and first column of
// numbers multiplied by each other
for ($r = 1; $r < 13; $r++) {
// start the first column of numbers with a grey background
echo "<tr>";
echo "<td bgcolor=#cccccc>".$r."</td>";
for ($c = 1; $c < 13; $c++) {
// this number is the multiplication answer from the top row and first column numbers
echo "<td>";
echo $r * $c;
echo "</td>";
}
}
echo "</tr>";
echo "</table>";

?>

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