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hillbillypowpow (03/11/2013) []
He didn't need that account anyway, it wasn't very useful.
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faithrider (03/11/2013) []
i know right? my algebra 2 teacher in high school skipped over it saying "you'll never use them" a year later i took the ACT and missed the question because it was on matrices and i only learned how to add equivalent matrices...
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chrislafff (03/11/2013) []
Goddam ******* matrices! Count yourself lucky, matrices can be tricky. Especially that goshdarn Cramer's RUle.... Cramer's RUle can go to heck!
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PArmageddon loaded (03/12/2013) [] My 26 tear old college algebra teacher ms. robinson wanted the D so badly.
The Determinant >_>
The Determinant >_>
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anonymoose (03/11/2013) []
Orthogonal diagonalization of a 3x3 matrix takes ******* ages and I don't even know why I'm doing it. With most maths, I know there's a reason behind it, but with matrices I have no ******* clue.
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davidavidson (03/12/2013) [] No one needs you explaining something that we will never use irl
And you called me a reposter
And you called me a reposter
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partnerintroll (03/11/2013) []
linear algebra. same applications as nonmoving calculus problems
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mrgoodlove (03/11/2013) []
My history teacher had a map in her class to show us which countries invaded which and a bunch of **** like that... doesn't necessarily have to be geography.
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newmanchamp (03/12/2013) []
Yes but, in what country do they use maps of the world for math?
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tylosaurus (03/11/2013) []
There are obviously three stars on the whiteboard. Physics man.
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usmcoorah (03/12/2013) []
Its rather easy, sir.
The value of ' I ' = 1
II = 2
III = 3
V = 5
If there is a numeral of a lesser value before a numeral of a greater value, then you take the value of the lesser numeral away from the greater numeral, for example..
IV = 4. I = 1 and V = 5, therefore if you put the 1 before the 5, it makes its value 4.
If a numeral of a lesser value appears AFTER a numeral of greater value then you add the values together, for example..
VI = 6, VII = 7, VIII = 8.
The value of ' I ' = 1
II = 2
III = 3
V = 5
If there is a numeral of a lesser value before a numeral of a greater value, then you take the value of the lesser numeral away from the greater numeral, for example..
IV = 4. I = 1 and V = 5, therefore if you put the 1 before the 5, it makes its value 4.
If a numeral of a lesser value appears AFTER a numeral of greater value then you add the values together, for example..
VI = 6, VII = 7, VIII = 8.
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capslockrage (03/12/2013) []
Oh god, I love the look on his face after he is finished saying it
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fideldevinci (03/12/2013) []
Thanks. I don't know why, but I can't stop watching this...
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mrgoodlove (03/11/2013) []
That's pretty much the whole school system... luckily I have the internet which is full of all the information I need. AND CATS!!
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moustachefingers (03/11/2013) [] TFW my teacher doesn't care.
TFW I have a learning disability.
TFW I work my ass off in Calc.
TFW I have a learning disability.
TFW I work my ass off in Calc.
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onefuckingskurut (03/11/2013) [] I know man. I used to be like this. First off you have to break the ice and ask for every tiny bit thing you don´t understand. If you don´t get it on first time then ask second time! Then it should go smoothly... Also solving few math problem time to time is recommended too. Nothing big just 3 solved equations twice per week should be enough...