2/18/2011Dear Professor Jan Riemann,After reading the comments you made on my paper, you provided me with a lot of helpful insight. The first comment you made regarding the listing of my literacy’s and theorder they are in I actually thought about before I submitted my paper and I meant torelist them in the order I described them but clearly I forgot to do it.You asked about my mathematical literacy, yeah I have always valued math. Ireally don’t know why but to me it has always seemed that math is something that ismore valuable than other things. I really don’t know exactly what it can do for me yet butI am working on figuring it out. I am actually considering changing my major fromEngineering to Mathematics because I enjoy it so much. I am also considering a degree ineducation so I could be a math teacher.Comment J7 you asked about my use of a comma, the reason that was messed upwas because I has listed other stuff too, then I decided to remove some of the stuff and Iguess I forgot to change the comma to “and”.In J8 you were asking about my civil literacy. Yes I felt much more privilegedonce I became less ignorant about out government. After I gain the knowledge fromMr.Schwarzer I felt included in a lot more conversations. Before his class I usually feltleft out of pretty much all conversations that had to do with politics. Following his class Iwas able to have intelligent conversations with people about our government and thethings that go on behind the scenes.In response to J9, the story my dad always read me was called Wynken, Blynken,and Nod. It was a Christian book about fisherman.