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    Hello, so probably from my username you can guess that I am very clever in mathematics. I love this subject. I did my gcse mathematics in year 9 and achieved A* (in fact 200/200). Therefore I did my AS mathematics in year 10 in which I achieved 296/300. This year (year 11) I shall be doing A2 mathematics and I am hoping for an A*. The purpose of this thread is to ask me any question related to maths and I will answer it.
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    What did you get in the maths Olympiad if you participated?
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    (Original post by MathematicNerd)
    Hello, so probably from my username you can guess that I am very clever in mathematics. I love this subject. I did my gcse mathematics in year 9 and achieved A* (in fact 200/200). Therefore I did my AS mathematics in year 10 in which I achieved 296/300. This year (year 11) I shall be doing A2 mathematics and I am hoping for an A*. The purpose of this thread is to ask me any question related to maths and I will answer it.
    hi can u help me with my gcse homework its about clocks i find it diffilcult
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    (Original post by Mathemagicien)
    hi can u help me with my gcse homework its about clocks i find it diffilcult
    for example why does 0 = 12? they are different numbers

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    (Original post by Mathemagicien)
    for example why does 0 = 12? they are different numbers
    gg made me laugh
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    (Original post by Mathemagicien)
    for example why does 0 = 12? they are different numbers

    The lowest Maths set in my school in year 10 were learning how to tell the time
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    (Original post by ABrooks99)
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    what order do you do these things? is it + before * or the other way round? I have a test tommorow id appreciate an answer thanks x
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    This reminds me that the lowest Maths set in my school in year 10 were learning how to tell the time
    but they could never figure out when the lesson should start
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    The lowest Maths set in my school in year 10 were learning how to tell the time
    i still dont get it my teachers all think im dumb
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    but they could never figure out when the lesson should start
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    i still dont get it my teachers all think im dumb
    You're not dumb, you're special :ahee:
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    Hey, I will start you with an easy one from China's national maths exam for 11 year olds.

    Can every even integer greater than 2 be expressed as the sum of two primes?
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    (Original post by serah.exe)
    You're not dumb, you're special :ahee:
    thanks xx

    would you be able to help with my homeowkr because this mathematics nerd isn't replying??
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    (Original post by Mathemagicien)
    what order do you do these things? is it + before * or the other way round? I have a test tommorow id appreciate an answer thanks x
    Try and remember the acronym BIDMAS (Bracket, Indices, Division, Multiplication, Addition, Subtraction). That's the order you do calculations with! Hope it helps!
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    (Original post by ABrooks99)
    Try and remember the acronym BIDMAS (Bracket, Indices, Division, Multiplication, Addition, Subtraction). That's the order you do calculations with! Hope it helps!
    i thought the acronym for maths was sohcahtoa?
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    (Original post by Mathemagicien)
    thanks xx

    would you be able to help with my homeowkr because this mathematics nerd isn't replying??
    ur welcome

    Ofc I'm here always to help

    (Original post by Mathemagicien)
    i thought the acronym for maths was sohcahtoa?
    Isn't Sohcahtoa that native american disney princess!!!
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    Hey, I will start you with an easy one from China's national maths exam for 11 year olds.

    Can every even integer greater than 2 be expressed as the sum of two primes?
    It works for all even numbers up to 4x1018 therefore it must work for all obviously.
 
 
 
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