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    I'm quite curious about how the people in this forum write their maths. Many of my friends in college are very messy however I think my working is readable.

    I'll go first

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    it depends what its for and how much effort in making
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    (Original post by Louisb19)
    I'm quite curious about how the people in this forum write their maths. Many of my friends in college are very messy however I think my working is readable.

    I'll go first

    https://scontent-ams2-1.xx.fbcdn.net...f3&oe=5646A531


    I think most people here know my handwriting
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    (Original post by EricPiphany)

    it depends what its for and how much effort in making
    Looks pretty neat to me. Do you always use blank paper?
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    I'm quite curious about how the people in this forum write their maths. Many of my friends in college are very messy however I think my working is readable.

    I'll go first

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    I do my work in rough like so:

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    Then I write it up more neatly and hand it in like so:
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    Looks pretty neat to me. Do you always use blank paper?
    Mostly at the moment, but its not a matter of principle for me
 
 
 
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