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How do you write the number four?

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  • View Poll Results: How do you write the number four?
    Angled back, closed top; 4.
    90* back, open top.

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    That's like asking if your 'a' has a curly top on it.
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    Like on my Display Pic :cool:

    Thought I'd never get to mention my DP
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    Like this, but more curvy overall:

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    I do C mostly but sometimes A
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    (Original post by OpenArms)
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    I always write it like this as when I am usually using numbers I am thinking at a fairly fast pace and just want to get the number down quickly
    I do it this way too.
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    (Original post by chickenonsteroids)
    How does that pass as a 4? sorry i'm confused lol
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    Looks bad on the computer. I had problems with writing when I was little and my teacher always taught me to write it like that.
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    (Original post by Beebumble)
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    Looks bad on the computer. I had problems with writing when I was little and my teacher always taught me to write it like that.
    Oh so it's a sideways 'L' I seeee

    We're on the same team
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    C. the hybrid
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    I do 4, I think because it's a bit faster for me? A friend of mine has been trained by her work to do it the open top way because they said when stop taking it's easy to write too quick/get tired and make 4 look like 9.

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    I usually do the hybrid 4 because half way through option A, I decide to go for option B...
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    I use C as i normally rush when I wirte my numbers or maths.


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