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    (Original post by Maths_Lover)
    Today, while returning from my piano lesson, I saw a primary rainbow along with its secondary rainbow and it cheered me up to no end. I took pictures (from the car), of course. :ahee:

    If you look really closely, you can see the secondary rainbow to the right of the primary rainbow - it was much more vivid in life:





    Now that I have seen one in real life, my life = complete. :love:

    /goofyness (goofiness?)
    Those are amazing Where was that?
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    (Original post by Llewellyn)
    Those are amazing Where was that?
    Thanks. I like taking photos of things like that.

    We were driving back from my sister and I's piano lessons - East of England.
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    (Original post by Maths_Lover)
    Thanks. I like taking photos of things like that.

    We were driving back from my sister and I's piano lessons - East of England.
    Oh cool, that explains why you don't see more rainbows I suppose Piano lessons? :yep: I approve!

    If anyone doesn't know that physics is the best subject, take a look at this:
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    (Original post by Llewellyn)

    If anyone doesn't know that physics is the best subject, take a look at this:
    :moon: :moon: :moon: :moon:

    Physics is the best :yep:
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    (Original post by Llewellyn)
    Oh cool, that explains why you don't see more rainbows I suppose Piano lessons? :yep: I approve!

    If anyone doesn't know that physics is the best subject, take a look at this:
    Astronomy!! :love:

    I have seen that before - it came up on an astronomy documentary I watched a while back. Physics is amazing. :sogood:
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    (Original post by Etoile)
    How pointless :lol:
    I have a German essay due the first day of my exams, when I have three exams totalling 5 hours... fortunately that means I will miss the lesson :lol:
    I think it's called exam leave now though, to differentiate between the two. Ouch....I don't think I have a day with more than one exam on. It'm Lucky! YOu'll be fine though!
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    (Original post by wcp100)
    I think it's called exam leave now though, to differentiate between the two. Ouch....I don't think I have a day with more than one exam on. It'm Lucky! YOu'll be fine though!
    Ahhh cool. I REALLY want to skip some lessons on Monday/Tuesday to revise, but the library will be packed and no way will my parents let me stay home :/
    Lucky thing It's going to be awful, but over soon! I'm looking at the bright side - I have 7 exams and that will make nearly half of them over in one fell swoop
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    Two days ago, Ben was 9. Next year, Ben will be 12. How is this possible?

    Why can't 32475896829683974017903748625796 60681263478254681524793648632563 28500000 possibly be a the value of 60 factorial? without doing the calculation.
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    (Original post by Etoile)
    Ahhh cool. I REALLY want to skip some lessons on Monday/Tuesday to revise, but the library will be packed and no way will my parents let me stay home :/
    Lucky thing It's going to be awful, but over soon! I'm looking at the bright side - I have 7 exams and that will make nearly half of them over in one fell swoop
    Aren't you revising in lessons?
    Yeh. I feel like I peeked a few weeks ago though. Whilst mine drag on, late into june. Damn general studies!
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    (Original post by Llewellyn)
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    Two days ago, Ben was 9. Next year, Ben will be 11. How is this possible?
    He went into a time machine to troll the world
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    (Original post by chickenonsteroids)
    He went into a time machine to troll the world
    :eek3:How did you know!?!?!:gasp:
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    (Original post by Llewellyn)
    :eek3:How did you know!?!?!:gasp:
    :smug:
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    (Original post by Llewellyn)
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    Two days ago, Ben was 9. Next year, Ben will be 11. How is this possible?

    Why can't 32475896829683974017903748625796 60681263478254681524793648632563 28500000 possibly be a the value of 60 factorial? without doing the calculation.
    By doing the calc do you mean finding 60!. I mean it isn't divisible by 59 shown by calc which proves it.
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    (Original post by wcp100)
    Aren't you revising in lessons?
    Yeh. I feel like I peeked a few weeks ago though. Whilst mine drag on, late into june. Damn general studies!
    Yeah, but I revise better at home, I find classrooms really distracting - particularly my maths class because I sit with my friends and we consider 5 questions in a 70 minute lesson productive And maths is the one that needs the most work :facepalm2:
    I get bored in languages too, the grammar stuff is too easy and all the past papers are really similar :/
    That sucks! Do you have to revise for that though?

    (Original post by Llewellyn)
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    Two days ago, Ben was 9. Next year, Ben will be 11. How is this possible?

    Why can't 32475896829683974017903748625796 60681263478254681524793648632563 28500000 possibly be a the value of 60 factorial? without doing the calculation.
    It's his birthday today?
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    (Original post by Etoile)
    I get bored in languages too, the grammar stuff is too easy and all the past papers are really similar :facepalm2:
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    (Original post by wcp100)
    By doing the calc do you mean finding 60!. I mean it isn't divisible by 59 shown by calc which proves it.
    I mean, by not doing any calculations at all.

    (Original post by Etoile)
    It's his birthday today?
    Not necessarily, but perhaps. :holmes: 2 days...

    Edit: I messed up that question :facepalm: Ben was 9 two days ago, he will be 12 next year
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    (Original post by chickenonsteroids)
    I dropped a mark in French today though, I was really annoyed because I forgot that avouer is to confess...kind of threw off the whole meaning :facepalm2:
    But yeah, I'm the only person in my German class who understands cases and the subjunctive. I do the exercises while she is still explaining them :lol:
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    (Original post by Llewellyn)
    I mean, by not doing any calculations at all.


    Not necessarily, but perhaps. :holmes: 2 days...
    Today or yesterday was his birthday then
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    (Original post by Etoile)
    Yeah, but I revise better at home, I find classrooms really distracting - particularly my maths class because I sit with my friends and we consider 5 questions in a 70 minute lesson productive And maths is the one that needs the most work :facepalm2:
    I get bored in languages too, the grammar stuff is too easy and all the past papers are really similar :/
    That sucks! Do you have to revise for that though?
    That's true for me as well.
    Sush I struggled with languages.
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    (Original post by Etoile)
    Today or yesterday was his birthday then
    See my edit. I'm such a moron for messing up so many of my questions :emo:

    You're along the right lines already.
 
 
 
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