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Schedule 2018-2019

 PERIOD CLASS ROOM TIME 1 Precalc-A 3175 8:10-8:52 2 Precalc-A 3175 8:57-9:39 3 9:44-10:26 HR Class of 2019 1300 10:31-10:41 4 10:46-11:28 5 Calculus AB 3175 11:33-12:15 6 12:20-1:02 7 1:07-1:49 8 Algebra 1 3175 1:54-2:36 9 Algebra 1 3175 2:41-3:23

Mr. James Krzeminski
847.626.2749    jamkrz@d219.org
5701 West Oakton Street
Skokie, Illinois 60077

Fun Puzzles or Games
 NimPirate Game:  There are 5 rational pirates, A, B, C, D and E. They find 100 gold coins. They must decide how to distribute them. The pirates have a strict order of seniority: A is superior to B, who is superior to C, who is superior to D, who is superior to E. The pirate world's rules of distribution are thus: that the most senior pirate should propose a distribution of coins. The pirates, including the proposer, then vote on whether to accept this distribution. If the proposed allocation is approved by a majority or a tie vote, it happens. If not, the proposer is thrown overboard from the pirate ship and dies, and the next most senior pirate makes a new proposal to begin the system again. Pirates base their decisions on three factors. First of all, each pirate wants to survive. Second, given survival, each pirate wants to maximize the number of gold coins he receives. Third, each pirate would prefer to throw another overboard, if all other results would otherwise be equal. The pirates do not trust each other, and will neither make nor honor any promises between pirates apart from the main proposal.What distribution of coins will be proposed by pirate A so that the offer is approved?
And jokes...
What did zero say to eight?      -Nice Belt

Why was six afraid of seven?       -Because seven eight nine

An astronomer, a physicist and a mathematician (it is said) were holidaying in Scotland. Glancing from a train window, they observed a black sheep in the middle of a field.
"How interesting," observed the astronomer, "all scottish sheep are black!"
To which the physicist responded, "No, no! Some Scottish sheep are black!"
The mathematician gazed heavenward in supplication, and then intoned, "In Scotland there exists at least one field, containing at least one sheep, at least one side of which is black."