# Mr. Alborn's Daily

Daily Listen: Thanks for the suggestion, Jack.

Daily Meme:

Daily Read (short):

Book: *These Truths: A History of the United States* by Jill Lepore

Daily Math Problems:

A Venn diagram is a way of representing all possible logical relationships between a collection of sets.

The image shows a Venn diagram for three sets *A*, *B* and *C*

How would you describe each of the seven regions in the diagram using unions ∪ and intersections ∩ of *A*,*B*,*C*,*Ac*,*Bc*,*Cc* where the complements *Ac*,*Bc* and *Cc* of the sets *A*,*B* and *C* are the sets of elements not contained in *A*,*B* and *C* respectively relative to a universal set *A*∪*B*∪*C*

Create a Venn diagram for 4 sets *A*, *B*, *C* and *D*. Make sure that your diagram contains regions for all possible intersections and you might like to experiment to create a particularly pleasing diagram.

Yesterday's Daily Math Problem Solution:

James is starting to save $150 to buy a new cell phone. In January, he saved $5. In February, he saved twice as much as he saved in January, for a total savings of $15 ($5+$10). If James continues to save twice as much each month as he saved the previous month, in which month will his total savings be enough to buy the phone?

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Daily Riddle: 3/27

- What becomes more difficult to see the more you see it?

-Courtesy of Mr Greenleaf

Yesterday's Solution: You can see me in water, but I never get wet. What am I?

A: Reflection

Daily Pet photo

Meditation:

Work out of the day:

- 1 mile jog
- 25 push ups
- 20 minute bike ride
- 1:00 Plank
- If this was easy repeat. Don't over do it, we have a long way to go!
- 15 minute stretch

Student Art by Geoff Savage