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    (Original post by Euclidean)
    #BecomeAMathmo
    Bit late for that bro I do like pure maths and stats as well obvs but I also like mechanics...
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    (Original post by BBeyond)
    Tell me about it I sometimes wonder if I picked the wrong degree tbh :/
    Traitor.
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    Traitor.
    Maybe it's because I've not done any stats since last year #forgottenmytruelove
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    Maybe it's because I've not done any stats since last year #forgottenmytruelove
    Keep it that way - it's good for you :yep:
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    Keep it that way - it's good for you :yep:
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    Nah stats is goodddd, but chem on the other hand..... Such aids fml
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    Keep it that way - it's good for you :yep:
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    tbf moment generating functions get me hard
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    (Original post by BBeyond)
    Nah stats is goodddd, but chem on the other hand..... Such aids fml
    I cannot speak with you anymore, m'fraid
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    Nah stats is goodddd, but chem on the other hand..... Such aids fml
    Ugh I know how you feel. Synthetic routes and all those transition metal colours to memorise....
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    (Original post by Zacken)
    tbf moment generating functions get me hard
    I understood none of that c:
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    I understood none of that c:
    penis. hard. erection bc sexy stats
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    (Original post by Zacken)
    penis. hard. erection bc sexy stats
    But can you calculate its center of mass? :proud:
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    But can you calculate its center of mass? :proud:
    its infinite you can't
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    (Original post by Zacken)
    its infinite you can't
    infinitesimal*
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    infinitesimal*
    leave
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    leave
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    Zaken once tried to integrate to find the area of his ****, only to stop in horror upon finding out that the upper limit was epsilon


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    Zaken once tried to integrate to find the area of his ****, only to stop in horror upon finding out that the upper limit was epsilon


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    :rofl: :rofl:
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    OMG Imagine a common A level where you had to do M1-M5 :love: That would be beautiful
    Nah mechanics is so boring and difficult imo. I think I'll stick to doing m1 and m2.
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    Zaken once tried to integrate to find the area of his ****, only to stop in horror upon finding out that the upper limit was epsilon


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    U sayin it's 2D????
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    U sayin it's 2D????
    It can be considered to have 0 dimensions, he traded penis size for maths intuition


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