**The Rules:**

1. Pick up the nearest book of 123 (or more) pages.

1. Pick up the nearest book of 123 (or more) pages.

Robert Blitzer's

*Introductory & Intermediate Algebra*, Third Edition.

**2. Open the book to page 123 and find the 5th sentence.**

"In Exercises 59-66, use the given information to write an equation."

**3. Post the next 3 sentences.**

"Let x represent the number described in each exercise. Then solve the equation and find the number. 59. If a number is multiplied by 6, the result is 10."

**4. Tag 5 people.**

Um. Five people who haven't been tagged, read this blog, and want to do the meme. (Neener, neener.)

## 5 comments:

HA! I giggled when I saw your comment, knowing you'd been tagged already!

Are you enjoying editing that math text book?

The funny thing about working in Editorial is that I don't "edit" anything.

If I were to do this right now, it'd be on a page with end notes. Do end notes count as sentences?

I did it on math exercise instructions. And a math problem. So yes, end notes count.

So, this is the sort of punishment we get because you're blogging at work. :doh:

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