Paddy was sitting in the living room of Sector W, furiously working on his Chemistry homework. Why did his teacher have to make it so damn complicated?
He was able to grasp the formulas to convert tempatures, that was easy since the formulas were always given. But Demensial Anylasis in these terms were enough to make his head explode.
Paddy could barely remember the conversion factors as he re-read the problem. Convert 70.0 mi/r to km/sec. Paddy groaned again just as Beckah made her way in. She was wearing a Chicago Bears jersey that said Forte on it and a pair of jeans. Her scarlet hair was pulled back in a sleek ponytail.
Her emerald eyes fell on her confused redhead teammate and she gave a small sigh and walked over to him.
"Hey Paddy, need any help?" she asked him. She was one of the smartest kids in their Sophomore class and she always liked to help her friends do their homework.
Paddy looked up at her, "If you would, dimensional analysis hurts my head." he said, giving a slight chuckle.
Beckah sat down next to her friend and looked at the problem and spoke, "The answer is .0313 km/sec." she said, shrugging as if it was no big deal.
"Did you seriously just do that in you head?" Paddy asked her, his eyes wide.
"Sirius is dead, and yes, yes I did." She said.
"Can you show me how you got that?" Paddy asked the Irish featured girl.
"Of course, Paddy." she replied. "Now we have miles and hours. We can convert hours into minutes and then convert that into seconds." She said, "And then we can convert miles to feet, feet to inches, inches to meters and then meters to kilometers." she explained further.
"Oh, I get it now." Paddy said as he jotted down the conversion factors and formulated the formula and punched the numbers into his calculator, getting the answer .0313 km/sec.
"Thanks, Beckah." he said when he finished the problem.
"No problem, Paddy." She replied, giving him a toothy smile.
"Hey, think you can help me with my geography homework?" he asked her as she gave a slight chuckle.
"Of course Paddy." She replied as Paddy got out his geography homework from his backpack.