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    (Original post by Afghan Warrior)
    well you'll have to prove that then wouldnt you
    haha and how do i go about doing that?
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    (Original post by Kabulkid)
    haha and how do i go about doing that?
    lol you figure it out
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    (Original post by Afghan Warrior)
    lol you figure it out
    sounds like a challenge

    you full pakistani?
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    (Original post by Kabulkid)
    sounds like a challenge

    you full pakistani?
    it sure does!
    yep, are you full afghan?
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    (Original post by Afghan Warrior)
    it sure does!
    yep, are you full afghan?
    mhhm, i guess then... we hate eachother
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    You don't need to know why because the exam wouldn't ask this question. Just deal and live with it. 555
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    (Original post by Kabulkid)
    mhhm, i guess then... we hate eachother
    It all starts off with feeling hatred..
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    (Original post by Afghan Warrior)
    It all starts off with feeling hatred..
    haha you know it
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    (Original post by Kabulkid)
    haha you know it
    whats your name? PM?
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    (Original post by Afghan Warrior)
    I'm not sure if YOU'RE being srs or troll...
    'Afghan Warrior' replying to 'Kabulkid'. Wow.


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    (Original post by Earth1)
    You don't need to know why because the exam wouldn't ask this question. Just deal and live with it. 555
    That's not a good attitude to have.

    People shouldn't be told to "deal and live with it" when they show interest in things.


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    (Original post by Earth1)
    You don't need to know why because the exam wouldn't ask this question. Just deal and live with it. 555
    what a very sad attitude
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    I don't know - the whole idea makes my brain have a blue screen of death :lol: the concept of multiplying a negative amount of something by a positive amount is like trying to divide by zero to me...obviously it makes sense mathetically, I just don't know enough to approach it properly
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    (Original post by Procrastin8R)
    'Afghan Warrior' replying to 'Kabulkid'. Wow.


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    what are the odds
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    (Original post by Afghan Warrior)
    whats your name? PM?
    Mohammed, sure
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    (Original post by Numberwang)
    Best, easiest and most respectful explanation so far, thanks I love using the double-negative for comic effect, so it's great you used it for comparison
    (Original post by Med_medine)
    Simply because multiplication means how many of the thing you have , for example

    5x3 means you have 5 threes or 3 fives

    Therefore -1 x -1 means you have negative one negative ones, aka a positive one
    If you have a negative neg, you get a positive, the same law as having a positive positive, you get a positive.

    I am not "not smart" means I am smart

    This is from a student with 100% in all further math modules

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    Even the op approved my solution, dont know why the thread is still going on with pointless contributions


    100% in all further math modules master race checking in

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