Discussion in 'The Locker Room' started by Son of The Mask, Feb 11, 2019.
A2 + b2= c2
I do every day.
I use fractions/percentages heavily.
I use the Pythagorean theorem (polar one too) and the triangle inequality several times a week.
You might be a dumbass breh,
For math but much. Besides basic calculations that you learn in elementary school.
I mean my parents taught me how to read and write but I'm a building surveyor so I use bits and pieces I learnt in school.
learned more in the hallways & stairwells than in the classrooms*
I let the puters puting do the calculations for me
To be fair...school's main objective is to teach you HOW to learn and allow you to feel capable of learning whatever you want.
All the trivial facts regarding which number of president is blah blah and what mitochondria is... They didn't really expect you to remember it; the expectation was to see what would peak your interest so you can start thinking about what you want to do with your life.
Of course, the biggest travesty is many administrations and teachers - especially in urban communities - don't have high expectations for the students they teach.
everyday. when u start forgetting basic stuff u learned in school u start to get flat earthers and the like
OP you use it twice a day, Square
OP, its not merely the math, its knowing how to use equations to solve novel problems.