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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 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)
    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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    (Original post by J843126028)
    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.
    please expand
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    (Original post by the bear)
    please expand
    Well, I tried to graph (p+l)(a+n) and I tried expanded it, but then I foiled my own plan. Then I messed up by not even labelling my axes when I tried to graph my (foiled) plan and I ended up making an axe out of foil. I couldn't integrate this and I accidentally differentiated my plan, making it into long, infinitesimally thin rectangles.

    (and yes, I got the "please expand" pun and I decided to take it literally )
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    I can't really put thought to words that well, so I'll make it a deep metaphor.

    Me and Maths, this relationship we have, is an abusive one for sure. Every Differentiation application question, every Vector every Induction question, beats me to the ground, but just when I think it's over for me, just when I'm about to drown in past papers, binder notes, tears and my own blood, I get back up, and I pummel the past papers into non existence. Maths truly is an untameable beast, after you do it for long enough, soon everything you look at, everything you know, has a mathematical foundation, computers, ikea flat pack furniture, water bottles. Whenever I try to run, Maths always chases me down; I can never escape.

    But despite all Maths' shortcomings, despite how sometimes I want to scream at it, despite how much it beats me to a pulp sometimes, I wouldn't give it up for anything else.

    OR MAYBE I'M JUST ****IN RETARDED



    From a Further Maths A Level student.
 
 
 
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