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Hello Lovers of Math 


One of the many things I love about math class is our AWESOME teacher, MRS. REULBACH!!!!! (Applaud please, thank you!) Mrs. R makes us want math everyday by playing music, wearing costumes, smiling, laughing, and most of all, being herself. Mrs. R is fun, crazy, funny, and AWESOME!!!!



Here is my LCM and GCF project! If you don't understand something, comment and let me know!



This is my Pattern Block Project! It's two koalas in love! ;) Hope you like it!







In honor of our Fibonacci studies in class, I wanted to do research him and his discovery a little more.

Mr. Fibonacci


Fibonacci was born around 1170 to Guglielmo Bonacci, a wealthy Italian merchant. Guglielmo directed a trading post (by some accounts he was the consul for Pisa) in Bugia a port east of Algiers in the Almohad dynasty's sultanate in North Africa (now Béjaïa, Algeria). As a young boy, Fibonacci traveled with him to help; it was there he learned about the Hindu–Arabic numeral system.

Alternatively, according to Tobias Dantzig, his father was "a lowly shipping clerk nicknamed Bonaccio, which, in the idiom of the period, meant 'simpleton'... hence Fibonacci, the 'son of a simpleton.' ".

Recognizing that arithmetic with Hindu–Arabic numerals is simpler and more efficient than with Roman numerals, Fibonacci travelled throughout the Mediterranean world to study under the leading Arab mathematicians of the time. Leonardo returned from his travels around 1200. In 1202, at the age of 32, he recorded what he had learned in Liber Abaci (Book of Abacus or Book of Calculation), and thereby popularized Hindu–Arabic numerals in Europe.

Fibonacci became an amicable guest of the Emperor Fredrick II, who enjoyed mathematics and science. In 1240 the Republic of Pisa honored Fibonacci, referred to as Leonardo Bigollo, by granting him a salary.

Fibonacci died in Pisa, but the date of his death is unknown, with estimates ranging from 1240 to 1250.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ahXIMUkSXX0 (Doodling in Math: Spirals, Fibonacci, and Being a Plant [1 of 3] By: Vihart)








 Start    0

 1st       1

 2nd      1

 3rd       2

 4th        3

 5th        5

 6th        8

 7th        13

 8th        21

 9th        34

 10th      55

 11th      89

 12th      144

 13th      233

 14th      377

 15th      610

 16th      987

 17th      1,597

 18th      2,584

 19th      4,181

 20th      6,765

 21st      10,946

 22nd      17,711

 23rd      28,657

 24th      46,368

 25th      75,025

 26th      121,393

 27th      196,418

 28th      317,811

 29th      514,229

 30th      832,040

 31st      1,346,269

 32nd      2,178,309

 33rd      3,524,578

 34th      5,702,887

 35th      9,227,465

 36th      14,930,352

 37th      24,157,817

 38th      39,088,169

 39th      63,245,986

 40th      102,334,155

 41st      165,580,141

 42nd      267,914,296

 43rd      433,494,437

  44th     701,408,733

 45th      1,134,903,170

 46th      1,836,311,903

 47th      2,971,215,073

 48th      4,807,526,976

 49th      7,778,742,049

 50th      12,586,269,025


SPECIAL THANKS TO: Beating Stick Math and Wikipedia








This is my super cool Reality Car and it's window sticker-

2010 Used Ford Mustang- $18,900

Monthly Payment (5 years/60 months)- $379.09

TOTAL (for the car itself)- $22,745.45


Love Panda Window Sticker- $3.99  






This is my even cooler Dream Car along with it's car decals-




2014 Blue on Blue Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG- $201,500

Monthly Payment (5 years/60 months)- $4,03.60

TOTAL (for the car itself)- $241,956.16


Panda Seat Covers- $76.49

Four Panda Car Door Handle Stickers-$7.96

Got Panda? Car Window Sticker-$1.98






                                                     MISLEADING GRAPH!!!!!

 Source:   http://www.blogto.com/city/2010/12/how_many_cyclists_ride_in_downtown_toronto_per_day/


Can you find what's misleading? 




Elmo the Royal Hermit Crab ©




By: Dina Clemente





     Once upon a time in a land far away, hermit crabs were the king’s and queen’s royal pets. As a matter of fact, hermit crabs were considered royal themselves! Other hermit crabs were jealous of Elmo, because one day, Elmo would be the companion of King Richard, but Elmo didn’t know that. Elmo has a custom shell, this is why Sir Richard chose Elmo when he was just a baby.


Ever since he was little, Elmo knew he was different than the others when they would constantly point and whisper whenever he would walk by his crab-mates. He was so desperate to know what made him different from the others, he had to evaluate this equation, but whenever he tried, they would act all shy and walk away, not saying a word. So he decided that one day he would ask his parents Zoe and Grover. His parents would tell him right? Apparently not. The expressions on their faces looked as if they were learning new terms in school! (Trust me, that’s really hard!) They looked at each other and Grover whispered to Zoe, “Does he know? Should we tell him?” They shook their heads. “Some people are different, there’s nothing wrong about that.” Zoe told me, and they walked away.


     Years pass and Elmo thought, thought, thought about it, then he thought some more. Now he finally thinks he knows what’s different about him, he has a custom shell! That must be it! Does a custom shell make you have more power than everyone else? Is this why he has a more beautiful home base than all his crab-mates? Is this why they would point and whisper whenever he walked by? Am I, royal?


     “MOM! DAD!” I shouted as I entered my home base. “Yeah Elmo?” mom answered. “Am I going to be King Richard’s companion? His last companion died before I was born, but he had a custom shell, just like me.” “Elmo I-” “Why didn’t you tell me?!” Elmo interrupted. “Grover! Get in here! He knows!” Zoe shouted. “Did you tell him? It was about time!” asked Grover throwing his claws up. “No, I figured it out myself!” Zoe and Grover looked at each other with worried looks in their eyes. “THAT’S SO COOL! I’m royalty! Bow down to me! Make me like all my new terms in school! Substitute my veggies for cookies! Distribute chocolate cake for the family! WOOO HOO!” Zoe and Grover took a deep sigh of relief and they lived happily ever after!






evaluate- solve


constant- a number not multiplied by the variable


equation- an algebraic equation with an equal sign


expression- an expression with no equal sign


term- a part of an algebraic expression which may be a number, a variable or a product of both


power- exponent


distribute- to multiply the parts of an expression


substitute- to put numbers where the variable is


like term- terms that have the same variables and power


base- big number on the bottom






Comment on which is your favorite!

 I'm starting to have I feeling no one listens and/or reads this...

If you do, comment the this word: carefully

(I don't know why just do it)




I don't get it…. (end of September)                     

Ahh! I just got that now! (January 22)                                    My personal favorite! ;)                                     

Fail on my part.



Math, deal with your own heartbreaks.                                                            I am totally making my pumpkin like this! Pumpkin π!



This is for you Mrs. Reulbach! 

2 bananas+ 1 apple+ 15 grapes + 1/2 am melon (doesn't) = 18 1/2  banapplgralons!                                          Everything.

                                                                                                                               (If you understand anything, leave me a comment                                                                                                                                           and tell me why you want and need to understand that) 




Turns out somebody's lying about their knowledge.                                                                                             (Definitely not Woodlawn kids)

Stay in school kids.                                                                                        



Way to state the obvious!                                                                   Now, if you know your graphs and your barnyard animals,

                                                                                                                         you should get it (all of you should).



That's very true, I'm not a therapist. So don't come                   I hope the waiter or waitress knows their tip ($3.14), and went to MS math. 

crying to me when you need help with a problem.

They invented calculators for a reason you know!



If you think about it, I don't see how this problem could work out,                                 Is that a compliment?

no matter what order you put the symbols and numbers in to form

an equation. Unless that multiplication sign is sideways and should

really be an addition sign. It would be: 7+1=8



Did you notice he didn't crack the egg before he put it into the bowl? And in the last square when                  How cool is that? It works even with 987,789! 

 he's pouring the batter into the pan, there are bits of eggshell in it? Ew. 



Tsk tsk red people...

You'll never be looked at (by Mrs. Reulbach) the same way again.                                                I can relate to that.


That's a lot of numbers, but seriously, who would take the time to discover

so many numbers?!                                                                                                    Okay, so I found a pirate/πrate who went to math class,

                                                                                                                                                        but flunked spelling big time!



                                        FAIL                                                                                                    Classic bar jokes...



That is geometrically true, sorry circles!                                                                           Not exactly the theory I would use… 



FAIL                                                                                                           Is there even such a thing as Pie á la mean or median?!



Nope… Can you? (2-15-14)                                                                                              

FOUND IT!! (2-23-14)                                                                                                   I mustache who came up with this...



She told me to boil half of the potatoes…                                               This is for Angelika AngelF






Comments (39)

Wilder B. said

at 4:15 pm on Oct 17, 2013

Awww <3 u guys started your wikis!!!!! Good job!

jesse jacobson said

at 5:30 pm on Oct 17, 2013

like the story. put on some jokes.you can look at mine for ideas

Dina Clemente said

at 9:24 am on Oct 18, 2013

Thanks guys!! ;)

Jane Flemming said

at 9:43 am on Oct 18, 2013


Jackie Jewel said

at 9:43 am on Oct 18, 2013

Hello DINA !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Andrew Ayer said

at 9:44 am on Oct 18, 2013

I like the X joke.

Dina Clemente said

at 9:45 am on Oct 18, 2013

THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!

Amelia Wyatt said

at 11:27 pm on Oct 18, 2013

Your Wiki page is so AWESOME and COLORFUL! Love it! :{)

Campbell Lindquist said

at 5:29 pm on Oct 19, 2013

So cute!

Julie Reulbach said

at 7:45 pm on Oct 20, 2013

Great page. I love how Elmo was so famous he made it into everyone's stories! I also love the Nemo equations - I haven't seen that before! It's great!

Ariana Conway said

at 7:35 am on Oct 21, 2013

Dina I love your Wiki page!

AbigailW said

at 4:41 pm on Oct 22, 2013

I love you page Dina! I especially love the Finding Nemo things!

Sabrina Navarro said

at 6:50 pm on Oct 22, 2013

love your page it is awesome

Mayella Strodel said

at 7:47 pm on Oct 22, 2013

L <3 your page great job

Vivian Moore said

at 8:08 pm on Oct 22, 2013

your page is so cool!

Morgan said

at 8:41 pm on Oct 22, 2013

the nemo thing is really cool, love the page

Ally Fleming said

at 10:00 pm on Oct 22, 2013

woot woot dina i wuv ur page♥

Ashley H. said

at 6:59 am on Oct 23, 2013

Dina, I love your pictures!

Dina Clemente said

at 8:12 pm on Oct 23, 2013

Ha! Thanks! I checked out all of your pages, AWESOME!!

Jackie Jewel said

at 8:40 pm on Oct 23, 2013

Dina we are now twinses! My profile pic says FISH ARE FRIENDS NOT FOOD

Georgia Kratt said

at 8:47 pm on Oct 27, 2013

Elmo is awesome!!

Amelia Wyatt said

at 9:45 pm on Oct 28, 2013

Ha ha, I love your pictures! Hilarious!

Julie Reulbach said

at 11:07 pm on Oct 28, 2013

OMG Dina! I totally tweeted (DOESN'T) = banapplgralons out to my math teacher tweeps. They loved it! AWESOME.

Dina Clemente said

at 10:22 pm on Nov 1, 2013

Thanks Mrs. Reulbach!! When I saw it, I squealed! I knew it was perfect for you!

Amelia Wyatt said

at 7:29 pm on Nov 3, 2013

The 10 joke is hilarious !

Cole Rogers said

at 8:57 pm on Nov 14, 2013

nice page Dina, there are so many comments on yours. Pics are funny good jiob

Dina Clemente said

at 7:32 pm on Nov 18, 2013

Thanks Cole! Your page rocks!

Angus E said

at 10:59 am on Nov 20, 2013

Nice calvin and hobbes!

Dina Clemente said

at 2:55 pm on Nov 20, 2013

THanks Angi!!!!!!

mary harris said

at 3:29 pm on Dec 9, 2013

cool fibioncci info. i love the math jokes!

Dina Clemente said

at 7:41 pm on Dec 10, 2013

Thanks Mary! Where have you been?

Amelia Wyatt said

at 10:24 pm on Jan 21, 2014

OH MY GOSH! I absolutely love the color and the pandas, especially pandas. So creative and COOL!

Dina Clemente said

at 9:21 pm on Jan 22, 2014

Thank you, thank you very much! You know I like my pandas! ;) I love your cars too!

jesse jacobson said

at 8:16 pm on Jan 23, 2014

Great page Dina, I LOVE your your Dream car and the panda decals. My favorite joke is the the one and zero in love. :)

Amelia Wyatt said

at 1:48 pm on Feb 11, 2014


jesse jacobson said

at 10:19 am on Feb 16, 2014

I found the mistake. That is pretty tricky.

Dina Clemente said

at 1:11 pm on Feb 23, 2014


Jackie Jewel said

at 8:31 pm on May 14, 2014

I like your acute cat!! :3

Julie Reulbach said

at 6:22 pm on Sep 9, 2014

Hi Dina! I hope you are doing well this year! I miss you! :)

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