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  • Algebra Rites of Passage CommitmentSEPTEMBER 20012 VOL 1

    PAGE 1

    CREATING AN UNDERGROUND

    RAILROAD to protect black youth. Ifone child is at risk, your child is at risk.

    Pangea

  • BABY ALGEBRABabyAlgebra uses

    pictures and key-

    words to help you to

    generalize, grasp and

    apply

    algebra concepts

    to your life. There-

    fore

    you are able, then, to

    think your way

    through steppin

    stones, called

    Algebra tests.

    Both sides of the

    brain

    PAGE 2

    respond,

    simulta-

    neously,

    to alge-

    bra

    colors

    and

    images;

    Colors

    with one

    side of

    the brain,

    images

    with

    the other

    side of

    the brain,

    ALGEBRA WORKS IN THE NEWS SEPTEMBER 20012 VOL 1

    Together,

    completing

    the learning

    process

    which is

    inherent

    at birth.

    Walla! Baby

    does alge-

    bra.

    Nimrod

    Recorded

  • PAGE 3

    the first algebra

    project at Babylon

    (Present Day Iraq),the

    original home

    of Nimrod, including

    the Pythagorean

    Theorem. Baby Algebra

    World

    History tells us that

    Noah, the builder of the

    Ark, had many wives

    but only three

    sons. Our Story is

    the story of HAM

    and his descendants

    History tells

    by U.S. sol-

    diers when

    they en-

    tered into

    IRAQ per-

    suant to

    Presiden-

    tial orders

    of the,

    then, U.S.

    President,

    Busch.

    "A good head and good heartare always a formidablecombination. But when you addto that a literate tongue orpen, then you have somethingvery special." Nelson Mandela

    "It always seems mpossible until it'sdone." Nelson Mandela

    us in the

    epic

    of Ham,

    that

    Hams

    grandson

    Nimrod

    Wrote and

    recorded

    algebra on

    tablets.

    These

    tablets

    were taken

    from muse-

    ums after

    they were

    discovered

    SEPTEMBER 20012 VOL 1

  • "Education is the mostpowerful weapon which you

    canuse to change the world." Nelson Mandela

    Black History Facts are rele-vant to the survival of Black Chil-dren in the Classroom. The Africandiaspora was the movement ofAfricans and their descendants toplaces throughout the world. TheAfrican first set foot in the conti-nent of America during or roundabout the age of the Egyptian Dy-nasties (btw 3100-2100 BC). TheAfrican diaspora today applies toAfricans who have since emigratedfrom the continent in order to seekeducation, employment and betterliving for themselves and their chil-dren.

    PAGE 4

    SEPTEMBER 20012 VOL 1original algebra tablets were found in Africa and in Babylon

  • Building a business PlanFive Important Tips Before You Start!

    1. The business plan should tell a com-pelling story about your business, explain-ing who, what, when, where, how and why.

    2. Your plan should be focused and clear.Its not about the number of pages or styleof the cover.

    3. The plan should define specific businessobjectives and goals with general parame-ters to guide the organization.

    4. Writing a business plan should force logi-cand discipline into a business.

    5. A good business plan is a living docu-ment.It should be updated regularly.

    PAGE 5

    SEPTEMBER 20012 VOL 1

    This is Pan-theon. This build-ing, Pantheon ofEgyptian Isis(known as Aset)Osiris Horace

    BUILDING A BETTER BUSINESS PLAN

  • The Underground Railroad

    CREATING AN UNDERGROUNDRAILROAD to protect black youth. Ifone child is at risk your child, is atrisk. If you feel that your life or personmay be in danger and the police can-not protect you. You need to committo not causing harm to another. Youneed to move quickly. This will stopthe process perpetuated by a societal

    PAGE 6

    IF I HADA SEPTEMBER 20012 VOL 1

    (CONT.)

    IF IHADA

  • refusal to allow you access to its sys-tem of civil or criminal laws. If, or when society is trying to extin-guish you, then why would you destroyeach other to a benefit that is not yourown? What would society do, or howwould they, who earn a living captur-ing, seizing, storing you and informa-tion about you, in data bases exist,when you as a body make a decisionthat you will not steal, maim or kill tobenefit a society who refuses to allowyou access to its system of civil orcriminal laws? Especially since Thebarrage of law is created to physicallyremove you from your family responsi-bilities and entails no benefit for you.Just say no more and take yourchances. Make a decision that you willnot steal, maim or kill to benefit a soci-ety poised to earn a living capturing,seizing, storing you and informationabout you in data bases to its ownbenefit and no benefit for you or yourfamily. Instead, practice

    SQUAREAREASQUAREROOTPOLYGONQUADRILATERAL

    This build-ing was movedto Rome 3000years ago fromEgypt It is stillused as a tooto study archi-tecture.

    UNDERGROUND RAILROAD SEPTEMBER 20012 VOL 1

    PRISMS POLEHE-DRON FLAT POLY-GON SIDES

    Pantheonof EgyptianIsis (known asAset) Osiris Horace

    PAGE 7You have so much to be thankful

    for and part of it is that you have

    so much to offer. Never look back.

  • PAGE 8

    SEPTEMBER 20012 VOL 1MAKE A PICTURE OR MODEL DEPICTING EACH WORD

    IFIHADA

  • graph values func-tion inequalityequivalent linearequations coordi-nate plane mid-point endpointsaverage weightcalculate arith-

    metic mean point number line representestimate square roots solutioncompare and order rational numberssaleprice percent decimals greatest toleast compare and order rational num-bers Pythagorean Theorem arithmeticoperations rational expressions slopeslopes intercepts of lines equations rep-resents relationships quantities areasquare inclined circles find area Parallelmeasure angles plane points plot functionquadratic congruent equations squarecubes volume cubic inches length edgefind volume roots Triangles figure similiarlength propertiesobjects ratio proportionapproximates estimation intersectinglin-

    CONE

    SEPTEMBER 20012 VOL 1

    Spherespolygonsprismspolehedra cubes figure canrepresentseveral figure types simul-

    taneously Polygons Planes (Two Dimen-sional/Flat) quadrilaterals FLAT SHAPE 2dimensional shapeHas width and breadth, but nothickness.Theseare plane shapes.

    GEDWORDS/VOCABULARY

    PAGE 9

    GED VOCABULARY WRITE EACH WORD TEN TIMES EACH

  • African Economics

    Although it has abundant naturalresources, Africa remains the world'spoorest and most underdeveloped con-tinent, due largely to the effects of:tropical diseases, the slave trade, cor-rupt governments, failed central plan-ning, the international trade regime andgeopolitics; as well as widespreadhuman rights violations, the negativeeffects of colonialism, despotism, illiter-acy, superstitiontribal and military conflict (ranging fromwar and civil war to guerrilla warfare togenocide).[61] According to the UnitedNations' Human Development Reportin 2003, the bottom 25 ranked nations(151st to 175th) were all African na-tions.About 12.4% of the Americanpeople (37.6 million, including about885,000 Hispanic or Latino) are Blackor African American.

    PAGE 10

    segments right an-gles graph valuefunction inequalityequivalent linearequationscoordinate planemidpoint endpoints averageweight calculatearithmetic meanpoint numberline represent esti-mate square rootssolutioncompare and orderrational numberssaleprice percent

    decimals greatest to leastcompareand order rational

    AFRICAN ECONOMICS SEPTEMBER 20012 VOL 1

    FUNCTIONS

    C

    O

    O

    R

    D

    I

    N

    A

    T

    E

    S

    WORDS TO EM-BRACE

    SPHERE

  • PAGE 11

    IF IT DOESN'T CHALLENGE YOU IT DOESN'T CHANGE YOU SEPTEMBER 20012 VOL 1

    WORDS TO EMBRACE

    numbers PythagoreanTheorem arithmetic op-erations rational expres-sions slope slopesintercepts of lines equa-tions representsrelationships quantitiesarea squareinclined circles find areaParallel measure anglesplane points plot func-tion quadratic congruentequations square cubesvolume cubic incheslengthedge find volume roots

    TRIANGLE

    STYLES

    WHENYOU FINDYOURSELFPITTEDAGAINSTSOMESONEYOU DONTEVEN KNOW,YOU ARE MANIPULATED FOR THE SELFISH GAINOF ANOTHER..