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#10 - simgi
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(09/23/2012) [-]
I despise math from the deepest of my heart.. I admire it, cause it's awesome, I admire the people who have the brains for it, but I hate it, cause
#42 to #10 - aliflol
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(09/23/2012) [-]
I think Windows 8
#98 to #42 - brianhanerjr
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(09/24/2012) [-]
The picture finishes his sentence
#123 to #42 - iloverapingmen
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(09/24/2012) [-]
Just...stop.
#161 to #10 - nasavvy
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(09/24/2012) [-]
Nice transition from comment to picture.
#274 to #10 - padzyo
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(09/24/2012) [-]
I'm the same, apart from maths is and always has been my strongest academic subject
#328 to #10 - daentraya
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(09/24/2012) [-]
I like it when math works. Like a puzzle. Specially the complicated ones, where you really juggle around with the numbers, yet they come out right. But i suck at simple math, like the chaptas on fj.. And they call math 'the language of the universe'. Sounds awesome
#43 to #10 - tharic
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(09/23/2012) [-]
i like math, my best subject, but since im in 1st year (9th grade in brasil) i jsut look at that **** and think....I am so ******
#87 to #43 - zoidz
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(09/24/2012) [-]
Nah its easy...once you remember what each 'letter' means...but physics is gonna murder you like a bitch. :D
#101 to #87 - srskate
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(09/24/2012) [-]
physics hasnt been too bad for me yet. Vectors and **** are easy.
#150 to #101 - simgi
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(09/24/2012) [-]
Yeah, physics is easier for me than math
#220 to #150 - Sambenmaggie
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(09/24/2012) [-]
Wait until you get into higher level physics. That **** gets more difficult than you can even imagine.
#311 to #220 - cauhgon
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(09/24/2012) [-]
In middle school (that's how it's called here), I was really good at math, I always got good grades, and found my own tricks to easily solve formulas etc. Then I got to High School (that's what College is called here, I think) and I had to learn about waves and vibrations and **** ... MFW
In middle school (that's how it's called here), I was really good at math, I always got good grades, and found my own tricks to easily solve formulas etc. Then I got to High School (that's what College is called here, I think) and I had to learn about waves and vibrations and **** ... MFW
#325 to #311 - anon
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(09/24/2012) [-]
"solve formulas", sorry what? I can't take you seriously
#326 to #325 - cauhgon
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(09/24/2012) [-]
My native language isn't English, I don't know how to explain everything perfectly, sorry for speaking a different native language ... -.-
#338 to #326 - zoidz
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(09/24/2012) [-]
You are 'correct' tho, like there are formulas that you can/have to solve...for example; constants and variables and when you get into the damned part of physics that just has no numbers in it and you have to put a bunch of formulas in one substituting each time and crossing other parts out...man thats when I raged on physics.
#339 to #338 - cauhgon
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(09/24/2012) [-]
Exactly, that was the first time I flunked math
#351 to #87 - tharic
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(09/26/2012) [-]
I have fisics too. Still pretty easy nothing too much. just waiting for those equations that take up an entire sheet of paper
#297 to #87 - Mojake
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(09/24/2012) [-]
I did A level physics and maths. Even though I got an A, maths was way harder.
#309 to #10 - notacleverman
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(09/24/2012) [-]
Yeah, me too bro, me too.
#92 - WATCHAGUNADOBOUTIT
Reply +67
(09/24/2012) [-]
HOLY **** A NUMBER
#104 to #92 - lolwatthe
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(09/24/2012) [-]
I don't know what I am going to do about that.
#121 to #104 - vashford
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(09/24/2012) [-]
Lol
#183 - carmelrenee
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(09/24/2012) [-]
#38 - cloymax
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(09/23/2012) [-]
I'm so goddamn terrible at math, I'm the worst in my class and during the lecture I just sit there, yelling "what the ****" in my head.   
   
While looking something like this.
I'm so goddamn terrible at math, I'm the worst in my class and during the lecture I just sit there, yelling "what the ****" in my head.

While looking something like this.
#76 to #38 - whalewhalewhale **User deleted account**
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#135 to #76 - stickymuffins
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(09/24/2012) [-]
>algebra

now you are really sounding like a 12 year old if you forgot to put a boolean in front of that algebra.
#147 to #135 - whalewhalewhale **User deleted account**
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#15 - battlesmurf
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(09/23/2012) [-]
#31 to #15 - Ruspanic
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(09/23/2012) [-]
I did this ******** last year and can't remember any of it now.
#21 to #15 - dafunkad
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(09/23/2012) [-]
Erf i took 10minutes to check if this was right, and it's not

(also step 1 to 2 and step 3 to 4 is just useless)



my life sucks
#25 to #21 - elamosupremo
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(09/23/2012) [-]
ugh... go to the NASA allready, you dont belong here.

You know we really love you, dont leave.
#26 to #25 - dafunkad
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(09/23/2012) [-]
I'm actually studying to become an engineer,
#29 to #26 - elamosupremo
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(09/23/2012) [-]
what type?
grass? or fire?
#298 to #21 - Mojake
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(09/24/2012) [-]
You're right about it being wrong, but it doesn't take a genius to see that (3/2)^2 doesn't equal 1.
#229 to #21 - dabobyjoeson
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(09/24/2012) [-]
It doesn't take that long, whoever made this acted like they did a U substitution but they didn't account for DU so the entire problem is basically just wrong.
#315 to #229 - dafunkad
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(09/24/2012) [-]
I didn't say I was a genius, but intgr(tan^(1/2)x) wasn't easy to find
#138 to #21 - Apes
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(09/24/2012) [-]
Was "Erf" an intentional reference to "error function" or was that an accidental math joke?
#312 to #138 - dafunkad
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(09/24/2012) [-]
Accidental math joke ^^,
#191 - thisotherdude
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(09/24/2012) [-]
"Please pay attention, you'll need to know this stuff later in life"    
   
Bitch, I will never within the rest of my mortal being ever need to know how to solve for X to the power of four when the equation is half a ******* page long! Basic adding? Subtracting? Multiplying and dividing?  Yeah, I'll need all that basic stuff at some point, the stuff you learn in elementary. But what the **** will I ever need to know the goddamn cosine law for? It's almost as useless in my life as male nipples. I'm ******* applying for jobs left and right until January classes start for police studies, how about you guys teach me something I could practically use for stuff like this rather then useless facts like "Pythagoras is attempting to shove 2.4 infants into his anus, what dynamiter will his ass stretch to?" and then wanting me to solve that by knowing the radius of the infants belly button.    
   
Sorry about my little jimmy rustled rant, but I had to get it out.
"Please pay attention, you'll need to know this stuff later in life"

Bitch, I will never within the rest of my mortal being ever need to know how to solve for X to the power of four when the equation is half a ******* page long! Basic adding? Subtracting? Multiplying and dividing? Yeah, I'll need all that basic stuff at some point, the stuff you learn in elementary. But what the **** will I ever need to know the goddamn cosine law for? It's almost as useless in my life as male nipples. I'm ******* applying for jobs left and right until January classes start for police studies, how about you guys teach me something I could practically use for stuff like this rather then useless facts like "Pythagoras is attempting to shove 2.4 infants into his anus, what dynamiter will his ass stretch to?" and then wanting me to solve that by knowing the radius of the infants belly button.

Sorry about my little jimmy rustled rant, but I had to get it out.
#192 to #191 - domogle
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(09/24/2012) [-]
Some teachers just want to watch the world burn....

But in all reality some jobs do require higher level math and equations. Learning every aspect of this math when you're about to apply for said job wouldn't be as smart as giving you a base for this math in middle/highschool.
#195 to #192 - thisotherdude
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(09/24/2012) [-]
I understand some jobs do require this knowledge, however for the majority it won't see many practical uses, I'm not saying don't teach high tier math in high school and the like, I'm saying it should be made more of an optional course rather then a mandatory one. Teach the stuff you'll actually need and might find helpful in life, and then leave the rest as a non-mandatory course. Like with science, they give you a big combined class with all aspects up to a certain point, and then it splits off into either more combine classes or classes focusing on more specific fields like biology, chemistry, and physics.
#197 to #195 - domogle
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(09/24/2012) [-]
well the same could be said for math (statistics, calculus, etc.) but a lot of the time people don't apply themselves, the hard work required for a decent grade almost forces those kids to either try or fail.
#201 to #197 - thisotherdude
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(09/24/2012) [-]
Mostly fail seeing as how most kids these days think:

Parties > Good grades

Yeah, I'm sure future employers will love to know about that time you got drunk and knocked up that 15 year old chick.
#198 to #191 - namblanigger
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(09/24/2012) [-]
If you gonna make fries at McDonalds of course you don't need math at all. But engineering or applied physics you need it. The electricity gets to your home due a differential equation
#205 to #198 - thisotherdude
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(09/24/2012) [-]
At what point did I say you don't need math at all? I clearly understand the need for math, but what I understand is the need for practical math, not stuff like what's being shown in the content, long problems that take up half a page and consist of more letters then numbers.
#217 to #205 - namblanigger
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(09/24/2012) [-]
Long equations like the one on the content actually exist in "practice". If you don't believe me look in wikipedia "Navier-Stokes equations" which are used in fluid motion.

For the 99% of the people basic math are enough for living. But if you wanna build a bridge, a nuclear plant or a water distribution system somebody will have to deal with equations like those. I know this **** cause I am an electrical engineer
#242 to #217 - bbppff
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(09/24/2012) [-]
Not to mention practicing algebra and calculus will strengthen your mind in general, regardless of what occupation you plan on pursuing. Problem solving goes beyond just numbers.
#226 to #217 - thisotherdude
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(09/24/2012) [-]
I'm not trying to imply that such things are useless and I have large pseudo-respect (don't take that the wrong way, my true respect is a difficult thing to earn) for those with the intelligence and determination to learn such things and put them to practical use. I'm merely stating that teaching such complex things to everyone regardless of what the plan to do with their live rather then splitting up the more basic everyman stuff and far more complex specific things into different courses that can be chosen is something that (in my opinion of course) should be reconsidered.
#281 - automaticniggazsho
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(09/24/2012) [-]
******************** rolls 4,975** x 2 = 5194
#284 to #281 - lordjask
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#283 to #281 - unnyjunkerf
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(09/24/2012) [-]
**unnyjunkerf rolls 5,409** x 0 = 0.

next time try something more achievable.
#285 to #283 - xxsnappyxx
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#248 - sairiui
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(09/24/2012) [-]
#305 - thenumberq
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(09/24/2012) [-]
I stopped understanding math as soon as the alphabet started getting involved.
#317 to #305 - desadaptado
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(09/24/2012) [-]
i know that feel bro...
look the bright side at least your right hemisphere must be constantly stimulated
#100 - jeroylenkins
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