I took algebra and part of that included differential equations, and many concepts of calculus needed to be intrinsecally known in order to advance in algebra
But hey, that was me, it doesn't have to be the same
That makes me feel better about being in pre-algebra my freshman year. But that isn't because I'm bad at math. No, it's because getting a B in pre-algebra in the eighth grade is not high enough for my guidance councilor to put me in Algebra 1. **** me right?
I feel ya, man. One time when I was sick, so on my computer the whole day, I couldn't play games for like 5 hours because the mouse was all the way over there. **** that .1 second it takes to do stuff.
**** you too asshole
you are not the one with this text
i have to deal with it so you do to
why should i be the one inconvenienced by my text
i won this text, i will ******* use it
Chill, bro. I know too well how hard stuff like that is. It's almost as same as when you watch some **** TV cause the remote is 10cm too far away to reach.
What the **** . Pre-Algrebra literally just the introduction to simple equation, where you find x
ex. 5 x 6 - 2 = x
or little more advanced
5x - 6 = 20
Are you sure they are THAT dumb? Or are they just not trying because they don't care?
I am that dumb. I am awful at math. The only time I was ever good at it was when I had to do Trig. I can't do fractions, quadratics, most algebra, probably others
That's odd, how much into trig? The trig that I did started with finding measures of sides and angles of triangles using trig functions, such as sine, cosine, tangent, and their reciprocals. IMO, it's quite a bit more advanced than what you listed.
actually I think I had to do quadractics in trig, so I must not have been too bad at them, but ya finding the deminsions of the sides and angles of triangles using sine,cosine, and tangent, as well as graphing sine,cosine and tangent lines. I have no idea why, but I was really good at it, and flopped on everythiing else. I just barely managed to pass my classes most of the time
Well they aren't really the alphabet, as in they aren't letters, X or Y just stand for numbers that you do not know the value of, so it's like a placeholder title until you find the value of the number.
calculating the arc of a grenade toss, the explosion of the grenade, the direction of a bullet, chance of a critical hit, ect.
Hell, the mathematical algorithm for catching Pokemon is very complex. And this is just one of infinite ways math is used in video games. Just check the pic.