Thursday, August 5, 2010

Happy Birthday

Okay, I figure if I sneak this post inbetween some of the other needed posts this AM, no one will notice.
Don't these candles look yummy! Imagaine making a quilt with fabrics like this.....














Anyway, yeah.....
Amy's age: (7 + 4) x 3 + 16 ÷ 8
{{make sure you follow the Order of Operations}}
PEMDAS
Parentheses
Exponents
Multiplication/Division (L to R)
Addition/Subtractio (L to R)


LOL----leave it to a math teacher, huh????

School is right around the corner!

11 comments:

jillquilts said...

I love PEMDAS!! Happy Birthday!!! I hope that you have a great day and can get to sewing and out of that kitchen for a little bit!

Patchwork Penguin said...

35!!! Abby helped the old lady :o)

Linda said...

Happy late birthday....hope you had a great day.
You have really been busy with the garden, sewing, quilting and family. Your canning looks great. One of these days when my garden gets bigger, maybe I'll have enough to can. You really inspire me! Hugs, Linda

scraphappy said...

v(7 + 4) x 3 + 16 ÷ 8 = older than dirt, but still younger than me. Congratulations

Andee said...

Younger than me too! Happy Birthday Amy! I hope you have a great day and get everything you desire :)

Infinity Quilter/Knitter said...

Happy Birthday! Hope you're having an AWESOME one!

Winona said...

Amy, happy birthday. Hope you had a good one. Winona

Jay said...

You're either 35 or 6.25 years old.... either way, as a fellow Leo (my birthday is tomorrow!) I wish you a roaringly good year ahead!

SheilaC said...

Happy Birthday!!!!

And only a teacher would get excited about PEMDAS on their birthday :)

have a wonderful day!

SheilaC

scottylover said...

Happy Birthday! We celebrated July and August birthdays at work today, too! It is my brother's birthday today also!

So you are in good company!
Sandy A

Amanda said...

I make that 57! I fear that maths was never my strongest point, and we never really needed maths that complicated in Year 4, which was the oldest I ever taught. Happy Birthday to You, happy birthday to you, happy birthday dear Amy, happy birthday to you. (Please imagine me singing - or better not)