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Holy shit dude, are you in community college?
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I think community colleges in the US are most similar to what are just called colleges here. I'm actually in university though, albeit a shitty one. So I guess not?

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... I learned how to do this in 6 grade. Oh god, and my Asian parents call me dumb.
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Pythagoras' theorem is easy o_O. 3, 4, 5 has to be the most common Pythagorean triad ever.

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Halp! (Find x. Also, I forgot to write in the cm part. But I don't think that's too important.)

My math teacher is so mean. D:
Are you serious? You're in college and you don't even know the most basic pythagorean triple, let alone the pythagorean theorem?

You shouldn't be alive. I have nothing but contempt for people like you. People who are just plain fucking stupid. You're just another reason school should be mandatory.
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magikarp Wrote:[Image: qstn6.jpg]

Halp! (Find x. Also, I forgot to write in the cm part. But I don't think that's too important.)

My math teacher is so mean. D:
Are you serious? You're in college and you don't even know the most basic pythagorean triple, let alone the pythagorean theorem?

You shouldn't be alive. I have nothing but contempt for people like you. People who are just plain fucking stupid. You're just another reason school should be mandatory.

I fucking lol'd.

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We just went over this in my math class, so I can help, fist! :D

You're welcome! :D

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magikarp Wrote:[Image: qstn6.jpg]

Halp! (Find x. Also, I forgot to write in the cm part. But I don't think that's too important.)

My math teacher is so mean. D:

Blah Blah Blah I believe my unwarranted self importance allows me to decide what others should or shouldn't learn dicks cock.

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We just went over this in my math class, so I can help, fist! Biggrin

You're welcome! Biggrin
I already failed the assignment.

But thank you anyway, sir!

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Aw. :(

It's okay. That shit always gets me too. I'm sure you'll get it next time though! :)

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Wolfeh Wrote:Aw. :(

It's okay. That shit always gets me too. I'm sure you'll get it next time though! Smile
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Eh I wouldn't call him dumb because of one equation. Some people are dumb at Math but it doesn't matter... :\

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Geometry is my favorite math subject. It is easier to understand because of the graphics and illustration. And, unlike other math subjects the formula are simple and not complex.
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Efstratios Wrote:Eh I wouldn't call him dumb because of one equation. Some people are dumb at Math but it doesn't matter... :\

Bobman is a self righteous prick with unwarranted self importance.

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magikarp Wrote:[Image: qstn6.jpg]

Halp! (Find x. Also, I forgot to write in the cm part. But I don't think that's too important.)

My math teacher is so mean. D:
Are you serious? You're in college and you don't even know the most basic pythagorean triple, let alone the pythagorean theorem?

You shouldn't be alive. I have nothing but contempt for people like you. People who are just plain fucking stupid. You're just another reason school should be mandatory.
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The Desert Fox Wrote:Holy shit, it's Wolfeh.

How ya been?

Yo yo, what's good?

Been goin' alright here, just been chillin' pretty much. At college 'n all that shit. 'tis quite an experience. Much, much, much different than any high school or anything like that. Has its pros and cons, just like anything else. And New York is quite different from Texas. I believe the move up here will be a valuable experience for me.

I never really knew you too well, Fox, but I appreciate the greeting very much. How's it been goin' in [insert your area here]?

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The Desert Fox Wrote:Holy shit, it's Wolfeh.

How ya been?

Yo yo, what's good?

Been goin' alright here, just been chillin' pretty much. At college 'n all that shit. 'tis quite an experience. Much, much, much different than any high school or anything like that. Has its pros and cons, just like anything else. And New York is quite different from Texas. I believe the move up here will be a valuable experience for me.
My oldest sister is in college too. Though for her, it's probably more of a fun thing than anything else, as she's just a couple blocks away from the theater, and she's a big musical nut. Laugh
Wolfeh Wrote:I never really knew you too well, Fox, but I appreciate the greeting very much. How's it been goin' in [insert your area here]?
Yeah, likewise. Though whenever you were still around a year or two ago, I was still a newfag to SS (and the internet in general) so a lot of the posts I made back then were stupid.

I'm doin' alright, the weather's cooling down (a blessing, as I'm a cold weather person), though school just started, it's not that bad (yet), overall things are going pretty well here in The Burgh.

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Wolfeh Wrote:
The Desert Fox Wrote:Holy shit, it's Wolfeh.

How ya been?

Yo yo, what's good?

Been goin' alright here, just been chillin' pretty much. At college 'n all that shit. 'tis quite an experience. Much, much, much different than any high school or anything like that. Has its pros and cons, just like anything else. And New York is quite different from Texas. I believe the move up here will be a valuable experience for me.

I never really knew you too well, Fox, but I appreciate the greeting very much. How's it been goin' in [insert your area here]?

What college do you go to?
It's awesome you went to college in New York. Biggrin

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The Desert Fox Wrote:My oldest sister is in college too. Though for her, it's probably more of a fun thing than anything else, as she's just a couple blocks away from the theater, and she's a big musical nut. Laugh

Lol, word. College is pretty fun. It's a lot of hard work, but has a lot of really cool aspects to it too. I feel like high school needs to take an approach more like college. High school is kind of monotonous and not very stimulating, it tends to leave us just going through the motions to get through the day. And subsequently, that makes us lazy as fuck, because we're no longer really using our brains that much, but just getting through the dragged out monotony of school.

High school needs to teach us to be more self-sufficient. They direct too much for you, and don't let you think about things yourself, but rather make a bunch of decisions for you. When I went to college, I felt wholly insufficient, and it took me A LOT of work to adjust. I'm still having trouble with the college lifestyle in a way. A lot of responsibility is left upon you. There's no one reminding you of due dates that are months away at the time they're assigned, professors don't care about you (unlike a lot of high school teachers who you can convince to let you turn something in late), and if you don't make the cut, then that's tough shit. College is hard in that aspect.

But college is also lots of fun. Been making a lot of friends, been more social, and getting involved in a lot more things that I didn't think I'd get involved in. I'm actually hoping to get a spot DJ'ing on the radio here for about an hour, and I think I'm in good standing for it. And I've also been playing at some parties 'n stuff, bringin' that bass to the dancefloor! So the fact that there's tons of shit to do in college is cool, but it definitely ain't no cake walk.

And I'm glad to hear your sister is having a good time at college! My first semester was really rough, and my second semester didn't go all the great either. It was extremely stressful. But this semester is going better, and it makes me see why people like college so much, lol.

The Desert Fox Wrote:Yeah, likewise. Though whenever you were still around a year or two ago, I was still a newfag to SS (and the internet in general) so a lot of the posts I made back then were stupid.

I'm doin' alright, the weather's cooling down (a blessing, as I'm a cold weather person), though school just started, it's not that bad (yet), overall things are going pretty well here in The Burgh.

Haha, don't worry about it. We all have a point in our internet lives that we look back on and think "wow, I can't believe I was like that!" Just ask Darthmat! I know I sure as hell feel like that myself, lol.

But I used to be harder on the new folk comin' around here, however looking back, I feel like I was too hard on them. There's really no need to be a total cunt to someone new, either to SS or to the internet as a whole. Everyone has that learning curve, and they'll never learn anything if everyone else is hounding them for every little flaw they have. It's really counter-productive behavior. I've tried to make myself chill out a little since I left. And I'm a lot less depressed than I used to be, so that helps me tolerate people a little more, lol. Razz

Hurray for cool weather though! I'm not used to the humidity here in New York (especially coming from living in a desert all my life), so when it gets hot, it's brutal as fuck. But it's starting to cool down quite a bit already. New York winter is approaching, you can feel it in the air. And goddamn, winter up here is intense.

NowhereWoman Wrote:What college do you go to?
It's awesome you went to college in New York. Biggrin

I'm attending SUNY Binghamton right now. I was getting letters from NYU Polytech, and RPI in my junior year of high school, which are real good schools, but $32,000-34,000 a semester isn't really in my budget. Razz So I'm at this state school. It's still a pretty good school, but very difficult. I've had to study my ass off up here, and I would do little to no studying in high school and still do great on the exams 'n stuff (which I'm sure many of you are the same way).

It's quite a change going from Texas to New York though! It took a lot of adjusting, especially with some events that occurred pretty soon after I moved to NY. Made it extra difficult. But now that I'm relatively used to the place, made a few friends, and got my bearings a little better here, it's pretty nice! Definitely a valuable experience. I would've never learned so much about life, in general, had I not moved away from home for college. It's a difficult process, but a valuable one.

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fragile-esteem Wrote:OK so, It's quadratic equations using a formula, and I'm stuck.

you know the formula:
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Well I applied it to: 2x(squared)-7x+4 = 0 and then simplified and got:

[Image: 02-1.jpg] OR [Image: 03-1.jpg]

but how does it work with a negative in the square route? my calculator keeps saying MATH ERROR!

That's because there's no actual solution in real numbers (numbers you're familiar with).

Can you think of any number when multiplied with itself that becomes negative?

No. Thus you have to create the abstract quantity "i" that's the square root of -1. Few calculators deal with this.
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Its nice to know dude, this is exactly one and only which I was looking for... It will be helpful for me in making my assignment which I was getting curious much..
Well thanks for sharing such a nice info....
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Yo! How do you find the a and k values of a vertex form equation when you're only given 2 x intercepts. And how do you find the maximum/minimum with this?
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Parallel? Oh, boy.

Well, we need to, for the first one, of part A, replace X and Y respectively. Therefore --

8 = 2(0) + b

B = 8.

y = 2x + 8.

Simple as that.
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Thank you Michio-kun for making this thread! Smile
I'm definitely going to need this next week =)
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I can help out with Algebra, along with most Geometry and Trig if anybody here ever needs help in those subjects. Which I guess would be quite often.

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Same.
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(09-07-2010 02:29 AM)యూజర్ పేరు Wrote:  
magikarp Wrote:[Image: qstn6.jpg]

Halp! (Find x. Also, I forgot to write in the cm part. But I don't think that's too important.)

My math teacher is so mean. D:
Are you serious? You're in college and you don't even know the most basic pythagorean triple, let alone the pythagorean theorem?

You shouldn't be alive. I have nothing but contempt for people like you. People who are just plain fucking stupid. You're just another reason school should be mandatory.

Maybe his school didn't teach him the Pythagorean Theorem.
In case you're wondering if I knew it: a^2+b^2 = c^2.

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