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September 27, 2009 | 10:02pm
Mood: all taped up
Music: Queens of the Stone Age - The Lost Art of Keeping a Secret

So I taped up my nipples... pulled on my gym shorts and shirt... was just about ready to head out for my run--

and then I heard thunder. The sky lit up with lightning right as I looked out the window. And then it started to pour down rain. Oh well. I can do my 6 miler tomorrow night. (ETA @ 2:30am: the rain lasted for 30 minutes and that was it for the night. I totally could've gone for a run! LAME.)

Yom Kippur began at sundown. My father is being Jewish about it and praying up a storm, and my mother is taking work off tomorrow and we're going to make a big turkey dinner. Good times.

Does anyone know of any good websites for math? Preferably at the Algebra 2, Trigonometry, or Precalculus level. Ideally there would be lecture notes, assignments, and answers, like what is offered on the MIT OpenCourse website. I'd like to do some self-studying/self-improvement.

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Tess

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from: mintsonpillows
date: September 28, 2009 07:52pm (UTC)
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The rains been so weird here. It either rains for 2 minutes or it goes on the entire night wrecking everything I had planned.

Invite me to your turkey dinner? I want some food.

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Adam

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from: aodh
date: September 29, 2009 09:06pm (UTC)
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Yeah, the rain is lame. It's suddenly really cold and windy here too - which is just depressing. I miss the nice warm summer!

Hah, if you happen to be up near Chicago in the next few days we may still have some turkey left.. I'll be making turkey fried rice tonight though, so there may not be much left over! ;)

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Amanda

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from: amandas2006
date: October 2, 2009 02:46pm (UTC)
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I don't know any math websites...but one summer in middle school I checked a book out from the library and taught myself algebra. There is probably some book at your library that explains and has answers maybe if you can't find anything you like online.

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Adam

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from: aodh
date: October 2, 2009 06:28pm (UTC)
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That's a good idea... I actually just came across my College Algebra book from college. I didn't even realize I still had it! I think it should come in handy. :)

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