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    Teaching math... 1. Teaching Math In 1950s A logger sells a truckload of timber for $100. His cost of production is 4/5 of the price. What is his profit? 2. Teaching Math In 1970s A logger sells a truckload of timber for $100. His cost of production is 4/5 of the price, or $80. What is his profit? 3. Teaching Math In 1990s A logger sells a truckload of timber for $100. His cost of production is $80. Did he make a profit? Yes or No 4. Teaching Math In 2015 A logger sells a truckload of timber for $100. His cost of production is $80 and his profit is $20. Your assignment : Underline the number 20. 5. Teaching Math In 2020 A logger cuts down a beautiful forest because he is selfish and inconsiderate and does not care anything for the habitat of animals or the preservation of our woodlands. He does this so he can make a profit of $20. What do you think of this way of making a living? Topic for class participation after answering the question: How did the birds and squirrels feel as the logger cut down their homes? (There are no wrong answers, feel free to express your feelings e.g, anger, anxiety, inadequacy, helplessness etc.) Should you require debriefing at conclusion of exam there are counselors available to assist you. 6. Teaching Math In 2025 هاتشيرو تبيع كارلواد من نهاب 100 دولار . تكلفة الإنتاج هو 80 دولاراً . كيف الكثيرمن المال ولم
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    DOC, you said Stool, the only thing I could think of, was a Colontest. And I'm not having one, even if the VA is pushing me to have one done! rubstake
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    ISIS Member Run Down by Crazy Ex-Girlfriend https://www.facebook.com/myiannopoulos/videos/873775049427058/
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    Dang homey, I sure know how it feels to be chasing car parts. First my old body was having issues, fixed I hope, then the Toy gear box got cranky, $650.00 cured that. The next week the front diff. started having the shakes, two new universal joints on the front drive shaft cured that problem, for $350.00 Sure need to find that vein (gold)!
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    Andy The old timers missed a lot of gold. In the deserts they used a simple process of elimination method by testing (panning) (dry washing) drainage's for discovery. If the operation was smaller and if water wasn't available the old timers where limited to their dry washers. Here is a map I made to illustrate some of the flaws in their method of discovering,tracing or tracking all the possible gold from a hardrock outcrop and residual placer. Random exploratory test holes on the hillside left huge gaps in their testing recovery samples and that led the to false conclusions about what may really be there. Many early miners of the gold rushes were nube's and did not understand geology at all, just a minimal amount about gravity separation. They missed small outcrops of gold that haven't made it to a wash yet.(scattered hillside placers) or even hard rock gold outcrops on gentle mountain slopes or larger hardrock deposits (pockets) that are just starting to erode out. A lot of things have changed since then.They didn't have the net,Google earth,Gold prospecting forums or metal detectors. in most cases not even books on prospecting. If they had metal detectors back then and knew how to use them, there would be a lot less gold left today. Ive got another post I'm working on about dry wash piles. Take care out there. AzNuggetBob