Have you ever felt yourself take much longer thinking about something than the person sitting next to you? That's exactly what happens with Kathy everyday her advanced school in eighth grade. A person named Tulip T. F. (yes, it is a quiescence that her name symbolizes: Tulip The Flower, but her last and middle name are much different than that, so no more questions) always tells everybody (especially Kathy) the answer to any problem before they actually figure it out themselves. One bright sunny day, Tulip could barely read the article placed on her desk because of the word choice. She knew what muons where, but nothing else about them. The chalkboard seemed to be an optical illusion. Kathy suddenly snapped her fingers and figured out the answer. She laughed at Tulip and said, "It's .1066!"
Tulip shook her head in disgust because she didn't know the answer herself.
Daily Warm-Up: i x PI + 2.8=?
"Oh, it's 2.8 + 3.14159265 i!"
Let's see, i times PI equals-
"Thou steps onto a broken land, full of misery and cracked souls. Thou seeks pools of gleaming water, shimmering in the forsaken land. In other words, contrast on a blank page--making something different appear in your own environment."
"He means we're going to put a desert snake into Antarctica, a pool of water in the Sahara, etc. "
I think he means-
Read the article on your desk and answer this question: What is the mass energy of the particle muon?
".1066 is the answer!"
Okay, I know that muons are-
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