Homework Help

This is impossible! I don't see why I have to learn this. If I ever need it I'll make Edward do it. Or Alice. Just someone other than me. I mean, if I need to find out the distance from Miami to Erie, I'd find a map! Really. And all this assume the Earth is a sphere of radius 4000 miles and that the cities are on the same longitude crap is messing up my idea of the world. And didn't it just say that the Earth's radius was 6378 kilometers in number 87? wait. . . maybe 4000 miles equals 63778 kilometers. . . I'd have to ask Edward . . .

I looked back to my homework.

Rewrite each angle measure in radian measure as a multiple of pi. (Do not use a calculator.)

Lame lame lame lame LAME! How can anyone understand this stuff? And then this Greek alphebet crap- theta, beta, alpha. Next thing I know Lamburn's gonna have us learning Mandarin!

"Bella?" My head jerked up. Edward was eyeing me curiously. "What are you doing?"

We were sitting at my dining room table, working on homework. Edward was probably done with all his assignments and was just pretending to work so I didn't feel so stupid. Not working. I was still pretty stupid compared to him. And everyone else in a five-mile radius. Ugh, radius. Nice way to bring me back to the present. . . Okay, Edward, let's see how smart you really are.

"Nothing! I mean," I laughed guiltily, "I'm doing homework, Edward! Whatever did you think I was doing?" I flashed him my best smile and waited for his answer.

"Well," He began, "It looked like you where pounding your head against your pre-calculus homework, but I could be wrong; it might just be your government outline."

Dang it. I forgot about that. Thanks a whole damn lot Edward.

I let out a pitiful whine. Come on, Edward. Come save me. HELLO, I AM IN DISTRESS!!

Obviously he is not telepathic.

Oh wait.

He is.

My mistake.

"Bella? Are you listening to me?" Edward's voice brought me back out of the deep reaches of my mind. He moved from his spot next to me the the seat beside me. "Do you need any help?"

"Yeah." DING DING DING! THAT IS CORRECT! "So, how do you do this?"

"Well, first you have to remember what we learned on Monday. . ."

This is so lame. Why do we even need to know this? There are alot of better things Edward and I could be doing.

Time to make a move.