i’m back teaching at absolutely everything today 🙂
ok… today’s question is a bit tricky….
i’m going to ask it.. and then give you some "clues" to help you in the right direction!
how many a muse notecards did i need to order to teach my A*Muse*a*Palooza classes??
i am teaching 3 different classes for a total of 12 times
most classes have 12 students in them
i am teaching 14 different card designs
all the colored layers on a card are cut from a muse notes (the only cardstock i use is for white)
good luck!!! just take a guess!!!! ( the person closest will win!!)
I’ll say 300 just in case of any accidental oopsies.
i guess 2014
I’m going to say 1,500! You threw me off a little with the 14 cards, but I know you do only 5 or 6 cards per class and not 14 per class, so hopefully I figured it out. I added some additional for mess ups, because I know you’re ALWAYS prepared! Hugs!
1045 is my mathematical guess:)
i figure you needed supplies for about 720 cards, so my guess is around 1200 cards to include layers???
tough math for a former first grade teacher!
my guess, 726, is it the lowest number without going over re Bob Barker?
I stink at this!
I’m guessing 648
I’m going with 1000.
a TON!!! okay to be more exact I am going to guess 987????
i’m going to pick a nice round number — 1500!
I am going to guess 888
Let’s say 700 — wowza!
Wild stab in the dark … 1370. Maybe?
Im going with 2025… why not..
take the 2016 and add a few here and there… lol
I’m going to go with 2100- I got 2016 too but I rounded up to the next hundred for other layers and mistakes.
I’m guessing about 525.
Hmmmmm I am thinking somewhere between 240 and 300. So I will go with 270…BUT that is a silly number to order…so lets go with 300!! hehehehe
i think it’s a trick question. i’ll say 28 if you are using one layer a card. this spurred quite the dialogue our ride today.
I thought this might be a trick question i hope this i right! my guess is 14!
Ok difficult one this but I will guess 2020.
My guess is 2592!
My guess will be 631 for a 2 layer card with no extra. Can’t wait to see the real number. Thanks for a chance.
I’ll say 100.
Okay wild guess here I am going to guess 872
I’m going to guess 1008 (half of 2016).
My guess is 725.
3024 is my guess as well…I don’t think that I have to “show my work” on how I got that like in grade school!!!
I say 852 notecards.
Thanks for all of the fun, Jenn!
My guess is 336 note cards.
TRICKY!!! My guess is 1100. I came up with 720, then half that many more for layers, then rounded up to the next 100!
I’m assuming students do more than one card in each class, so my guess with a little thought is 2228 cards. And wow! If it’s even half or a quarter of that…it’s a lot!!
I say 1560
I’d say 2160. that’s a lot of amusement!
My guess is 700 to have some extra’s for mistakes 🙂
going with 800 instead
I’m guessing with some layered cards that you ordered 930.
i’m guessing about 2300…i got 2016 for single layers and rounded up my guess 😀
Math….bad sudject for me.
So I will draw a # out of my hat.
I will guess 680
My guess is 1260.
2450 ?? Wow I could be totally off!
I’ll say 2050
Oh my. Math. 864?
i’m guessing 185. why is my number so much lower than everyone elses?!?!
i’ll say 2016
hmmm…this is tricky…so many variables…I am going to say 712
I calculated 672 but if you got extra I will say 674
Can I have another guess? 672
Math on a Friday morning….what are you trying to do to us? I am going with 2,016!
If my math is right (which I’m not sure) the total should be 504 cards
ok so I think I am reaching here but I say 2016.
Okay – word problems were my downfall in math…which was MANY years ago…so here I go embarrassing myself…I am going to guess 2016.
A math question on Friday 🙁
I say 720 note cards give or take a few for mistakes and missing students 🙂
I so suck at these kinds of math problems!
Who am I kidding…I suck at math!
OK my guess is 432 – cool #, too 🙂
grrr! i skipped a step in my earlier answer … you ARE tricky! i think i have the right one now. can i guess again? 1008. if not, sorry for the second post! 🙂
I will go with 255
According to my calculations (hee!) I will go with 252. 🙂