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    (Original post by FriendlyPenguin)

    mathematicians just enjoy making other ppl feel dumb
    funny people aren't they
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    (Original post by the bear)
    it helps me to integrate with other people
    It also help differentiate the bad ones from the good.
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    (Original post by Muttley79)
    It also help differentiate the bad ones from the good.
    :teehee:

    that strikes a chord.
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    (Original post by Sonechka)
    now here I am doing further maths
    after much harassment
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    (Original post by _gcx)
    after much harassment
    I was going to do it anyway to impress you
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    (Original post by the bear)
    :teehee:

    that strikes a chord.
    Do you prefer to use bearycentric coordinates or just the bear necessities/axioms and Euclidean methods in geometry problems?
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    (Original post by the bear)
    :teehee:

    that strikes a chord.
    Yep, to some degree it gets to the root of the problem.

    [My teaching groups love my puns]
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    I quite like it and I'm studying it at university. Used to hate it at school though.

    I love how you can pretty much apply it to other subjects, and situations in life.
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    (Original post by J843126028)
    Do you prefer to use bearycentric coordinates or just the bear necessities/axioms and Euclidean methods in geometry problems?

    :toofunny:

    i think you are projecting...
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    (Original post by J843126028)
    just the bear necessities
    thanks now I've got this in my head
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    I love it! Mostly because there is generally only one correct answer
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      (Original post by Blue_Cow)
      yee ma boi down with dat maffmagecians innit i mean who da **** is pithagruras anyway the only pie I no is a c**am pie
      i mean no disrespec but i no calculators who solves maths n stuff much more faster than math nerds

      maths is just there to make nerds feel happy
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      (Original post by the bear)
      :toofunny:

      i think you are projecting...
      At least I haven't inverted the diagram...
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      (Original post by FriendlyPenguin)
      i mean no disrespec but i no calculators who solves maths n stuff much more faster than math nerds

      maths is just there to make nerds feel happy
      yeeee because ur kalculator c4n s0olve all ur maffs problams and dose kalclators n firmware n s0ftwere waz made magikically and totally nat by mathematficians or computah seeontists dat r gut at meffs
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      I only really started enjoying only when I put effort into the subject.

      I've always been good at maths but until year 12 I didn't really take it seriously along with the rest of my subjects, which meant really average/poor grades at GCSE.

      I wasn't supposed to be allowed to do further maths because I only got an A at GCSE, but since the teacher had taught me previously and knew I was good, she allowed me to take the course.

      It was only about 3/4 of the way through that I became serious in my studies, and I actually ended up enjoying maths, rather than just doing it because I had to. I enjoyed the satisfaction of getting questions right and going over ones I did badly at. Even if I am a bit lazy and sometimes use online answers or friends (I am still really lazy), I never put an answer down unless I 100% understand what is going on.
      Maths is in everything, which is probably why I love it now.
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      For non-brainlets.
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      (Original post by J843126028)
      At least I haven't inverted the diagram...
      perhaps you have, on reflection

      SWIDT ?
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      i reached a turning point after things had gone downhill.
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        (Original post by the bear)
        i reached a turning point after things had gone downhill.
        Lets be real here. You are approaching a limit.

        You just cannot differentiate between good and bad puns.
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        (Original post by the bear)
        perhaps you have, on reflection

        SWIDT ?
        I had done a (p+l)(a+n) to make more puns, but my pa+pn+la+ln was foiled because I couldn't think of any more.
       
       
       
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