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    That every continuous function on a closed interval is bounded.

    JOKING, I don't believe real numbers exist lol
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    (Original post by retro_turtles)
    Its not even a theorem but i bloody love the quadratic equation, i remember being so bloody proud knowing it off by heart.
    I love the quadratic equation formula too! It's up there with the sum of a geometric series and the integrating factor.
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    Well, they have infinite complexity. Give me an uninteresting real number...
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    It is? huh well good thing i didn't pick maths at A level
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    I got a B in a level maths
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    I got a B in a level maths
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    Thats pretty good considering its bloody long and hard as hell i was proud with my A at gcse i probably would've gotten a D
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    Carl Gauss' arithmetic sum theory.
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    Thats pretty good considering its bloody long and hard as hell i was proud with my A at gcse i probably would've gotten a D
    I worked my ass to get an A at GCSE too, I didn't even know I was dyslexic at the time.
    I worked increidibly hard for a level maths, people were prett jealous.
    My teachers got help from me occasionally to solve complex questions
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    I worked my ass to get an A at GCSE too, I didn't even know I was dyslexic at the time.
    I worked increidibly hard for a level maths, people were prett jealous.
    My teachers got help from me occasionally to solve complex questions
    alright mate, calm down, it's a B not a fields medal
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    alright mate, calm down, it's a B not a fields medal
    Mate a B is incredibly difficult to get in a level especially with me being dyslexic
    I didn't get my extra time for all my AS exams cause I wasn't diagnosed then
    I know most of my class was getting Es and Ds
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    1+1=2
    I learnt it in Principia Mathematica.
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    (Original post by LonelyMathsBoy)
    I worked my ass to get an A at GCSE too, I didn't even know I was dyslexic at the time.
    I worked increidibly hard for a level maths, people were prett jealous.
    My teachers got help from me occasionally to solve complex questions
    Oooohh soz Einstein

    I kinda miss maths
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    (Original post by retro_turtles)
    Oooohh soz Einstein

    I kinda miss maths
    oooh soz narcassitic female:mmm:

    Me too
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    (Original post by LonelyMathsBoy)
    oooh soz narcassitic female:mmm:

    Me too
    Don't see how but okay

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    Don't see how but okay

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    Lol me either just wanted to tease u back
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    2+2= fish
    that one took me a long time to figure out when I was younger

    although in all seriousness, Pascal's triangle is pretty awesome


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    Lol me either just wanted to tease u back
    Top quality banter
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    Pythagoras, it's simple enough.
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