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    (Original post by Lukey_R)
    Not sure whether to use lined, squared or plain. which do you use and why?
    Lined: I find it useful to practice exam questions on line paper because they expect you to use lined paper in the exam.

    Squared: I do all my general notes and work on squared. I find it more useful when drawing tables, diagrams and shapes.

    Plain: Never use it. Things just start getting untidy.
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    Using anything else for maths is just wrong :yy:

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    (Original post by Lukey_R)
    Not sure whether to use lined, squared or plain. which do you use and why?
    lined, I don't get how people over the age of 12 can use squared paper
 
 
 

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