Why are they so dumb?
Smarter than some retard who can't use a catalog.
all chinks are dumb we whites are the only master race who invented everyting.
I figure over there their averages are lower than the 70% you`d expect over here.
Holy shit, that's actually pretty good.
they're so dumb because they get low test scores
Assuming it's out of 100 that's pretty bad.
Why are you?
I know it's out of a hundred.
What is a rirus?
I thought Rikka would get a really high score because she'd get Deko to tutor her or something
Yes, and it is pathetic.
Probably because they're mentally retarded. Did you forgot all that pretending stuff?
I thought 50 was closer to a C average in Japan?
Isn't that a pretty normal mark in Japan?
>50% is pretty good.
But dude, you don't know what the average grade of the class is.
How do you explain Deko being at the top of her class
Yes, they are averaged.
Grading on a curve is stupid. If the whole class is averaging that low, it should be considered an educational crisis.
Autism. Or maybe she whores herself to teacher
That grade's still pretty fucking bad. If the average grade is a 50 then something is obviously wrong.
Either they're being taught material too high for their level or the teacher is just plain bad at teaching.
>Not knowing that grading in Japan is harded and so a passing grade is around 40 or 50
>Not knowing that grading in Japan is harded
They did so badly the teacher just wrote "LOLLOOOLLOLLOL" on their papers
They were drawn that way.
It's english test, they're japanese
Makes sense to me
i laughed far more than I should have
It's pretty obvious those two have severe mental and emotional retardation going on. What 10th grader is still acting like 4th graders in this world?
I don't know if this is true or not, but I have a bro who is Japanese, and HE TOLD ME that Japanese girls act dumb when they like a guy because it makes them look "cuter" and less "bitchy". I have seen this first hand, as when ever we are hanging out with other Japanese peeps, girls will come up us and ask us shit that you'd think be super obvious. Shit like "How do I spell ___" and shit like that.
So I would assume the anime is trying to cater to Japanese men by making the females in the show dumb. I can't confirm this though.
It's funny, because she passes with the Japanese grdain system.
All of europe has a 50% pass mark as well.
It's only in 'merica that people have a shitload of easy stuff on the test and then go all MUH 60% PASS GRADE
>a passing grade is around 40 or 50
Wait what? I thought that was the case everywhere. Anything that's less than 50% is a failure.
>inspect op image
Russian here. Our English tests in the highschool included things like 200 words-long essay and a dialogue with each other on a specific topic. And all they have in their glorious schools is this?
>Circles for correct answer
>Checks for wrong answer
>Reading from right to left
>Driving on the wrong side of the road
>Their drivers seat is on the wrong side too
>Entire alphabet used for foreign words
>Learning Jap as their main language instead of English
Everything they fucking do is backwards.
Japanese schools are not exactly known for their quality. Anyone with any ambition goes to "cram school" in order to provide the education they would actually need but can't get.
< 70% is failing in K-12
< 70% is 0 GPA with course credits in University
< 60% is failing in University
at least they use metric system.
In America anything under 70% is considered failing.
Technically, the average grade should be 50. We amerifats just blew it when it comes to scoring shit correctly. In what retard society is a 7/10 considered average? Test scores, movie reviews, game reviews, etc all follow this illogical system.
It's called sucking up to someone, anon. It's done everywhere.
Meanwhile, Shinka and Deko are the best in the school.
Pure, beautiful lesbians: 1
Depraved heterosexual breeders: 0
There was that bit at the end of Danshi Kokosei no Nichijou where the girls had that femininity quiz where they had to get the question wrong to be considered cute. Same logic here.
I like you.
Tests are taken on what you were taught.
If you can only remember half of it, you suck at that subject.
to be fair, the Japanese tests tend to put in trick questions
>girls still know their place
I want to be a nihongo.
On the other hand, Japanese women are extremely ugly.
Girls of all ethnicities do this. Either that or they really are just vapid cunts.
Wow, how unattractive.
because they all have autism
But that's just not true. It depends on the format of the test, I could have a test with questions like
"Why did the american colonies declare independance from England, pick from a,b,c,d"
or questions like
"discuss the motives and sociopolitical reasons for the declaration of independance".
Someone who scores a 50 on the second test probably knows more than someone who scored 75 on the first. It's not about sheer memorization, it's also about analysis and understanding. A 50 is a fair passing grade for test 2 while a 75 is a fair passing grade for test one because test 2 asks more from the student. Meeting a high expectation 50% is the equivalent or better than meeting a low expectation 75% and the high expectation allows for greater differentiation between the capable students and the extremely capable students.
Nan, they're just really dumb
dude, all women from around the world do this shit to a certain extent.
Look at those papers again.
The answers are one word.
except blonde girls. They're legitimately dumb.
But yeah, where I'm from that's a trick they use to get boyfriends. "I don't understand this, will you come over to my house when my parents are gone so we can study?" I didn't fall for it because the only ones who did were the dumb guys working in ditches now. The girls who do that, at least here, would do it just to get a dumb guy to pay for them.
Depends on the test. I'd say.
Remembering half of the shit you've been taught usually is not even close to being enough to get 50% of the points in the kind of tests I know.
I'm studying physics and in the first semesters a whole lot of people failed the first tests in maths and theoretical physics, even though they knew most of the stuff.
My point is: 50 points doesn't equal 50% of the required knowledge for 100 points.
They didn't even answer half the questions, how anyone can consider that acceptable is beyond me.
>Japanese highschool education
>not rote memorization
Wasn't 50 pretty high by anime standard?
I mean the usual dumb male shonen lead score are usually 10-30 % then we have motherfucking Nobita who could miraculously score 0% in almost his every test.
Didn't Rikka score something like 2 of 100 in S1? That's a massive improvement.
She got 40~ when she had to step up her game to not diband the club, if my memory serves me right. That was in math though. It's pretty common to suck at math even if you aren't terrible in the rest of your subjects.
02 for Rikka in math in season one
not to mention that low grade still made class average for the test so they didn't have to disband
It was a though test I guess.
50% is 50% everywhere retard. She only got half of her test right. That's bad in Europe, it's bad in Asia and it's bad in the States I'd think.
If everyone is stupid then suddenly it's okay that you got HALF of the questions wrong? If you failed to provide a working solution in any industry at that rate, you would on the street.
Or it could just mean the test is really hard and you're not expected to get a hundred.
Isn't it implied in S1 that the entire class is shite? So passing grades are a good start.
Except Mori Summer
She's the cutest and smartest girl in school
It's ridiculous how best one girl can possibly be.
Jesus Christ those thighs.
It's school, anon. Not an industry. You can have horrible grades in biology, it won't matter shit if you never work in that area.
I always wondered how school demands people being good in a wide variety of topics, when most of those people go on to work in a very specific area and forget about all the rest sooner or later.
Because they're Japanese. Jp girls tend to not be too bright.
As expected of best girl.
Unfairness is the only way you should not be blaming yourself for missing a question, and then it is a failure of the teacher for putting material on a test that has not been covered. Why do you want mediocrity to be okay? Don't you get tired of EVERYONE being kind of terrible at running things?
Shinka a shit
1. All the tests in my country were written tests with no choices.
2. Test scoring is standard everywhere if you're getting 50% you're a retard. 50% is like the "you tried" - pat on the head - people with mental deficiencies get.
You a shit.
So you aren't a complete retard.
Not by comparison
Get fucked. Hairclips is love.
>2. Test scoring is standard everywhere
Nah, in my country you can do perfectly fine with a 5, you just aren't good at a subject but at least did enough to pass.
Perfectly fine is a code word for retarded.
How the fuck do you even get bellow 75% on a school subject ? Are you inbred ?
Maybe they're using the wrong answer is minus points system.
She loves being a bitch I guess.
School is preparation for these things! Knowing BASIC biology should not be difficult, no one is asking them to monitor and graph some crustacean's phenotypes over ten years of climate adjustment. People should know, on at least a basic level, how the things around them work. It builds an informed society. Don't make the classes difficult before a person can choose their specialization of interest (if they even go for that sort of thing), but don't go balls deep in ignorance and throw around the usual "why should I learn it, I'm never going to use it!" line. It creates an ignorant society, and then you get the USA.
Isn't their math level still basic multi-variable shit? They have bigger problems than scoring poorly on English
Yes anon we get it. You're really, really smart. God look at how smart you are.
That's why you're on 4chan.
Not in university Physics, there depending on the professor a 50/100 can be a C, which is minimum requirement. Hell, I'm pretty sure I wasn't supposed to even get a C going by test scores and yet the professor gave me a B. He even said I did pretty were when I got a 64% in the first exam. It's really relative to what subject you're studying and whether the professor cares more about you getting answers right or more about you understanding the materials.
I wonder if they teach harder stuff in japan
hahaha mah nigga, that happened to me as well (ended up with a c though)
Rikka's math test from season 1
The main reason why is that tests anywhere in the world, especially Japan, are harder than in the US. Therefore getting e.g. 50% on an exam in Japan means 80% in the US.
See, schools in the US have to give their students super easy tests so that parents can brag about their kids getting 100% on their exams, otherwise they'd get sued. Meanwhile, in the rest of the world, teachers and professors like challenging their students so they give them harder tests, but don't necessarily expect them to be able to do all of the exercises perfectly.
Hope that helped OP.
That shit is so easy it hurts
Why did the Japanese copy America in math?
I pity the fools who can't know the STEM joys.
I want to boop noses with Sophia!
how much time do they have?
so some find the coefficients, some expansions, and some find the x huh... I was half expecting some calculus 2 for that fucking score...
She's secretly a white person.
I think I would spend the most time on part 3 probably
Part 3 is just tedious as hell. It's basically the same as part 1 but longer, so it's a
>how fast can you write
type of test.
After you've finished all the Calc series and Diff. Eq. you should be able to do this type of test in half an hour since you've drilled those types of things into your head so much by now in the easier parts of these subjects. I write fast and can do simple algebra like this in my head so I'd be done in probably 20 minutes if I hurried. I'd probably get something wrong somewhere for rushing though.
my mind requires pencils and paper
too stupid for mental gymnastics
but still passed calc 2
>No space to show work
>Nothing in the problems that hint what X, a, and other letters are supposed to be
What the fuck? How do they expect any of this to be doable?
The teachers are only interested in the answer, they don't give a shit about the process.
you just keep the fucking variables
>Grading on a curve is stupid
True if you're talking about stuff meant to measure attainment.
On the other hand, if you want to measure ability, you grade on a curve since you know that for a reasonably large group like a decent size school or even better a school district the ability scores will fall on a nice bell curve. It's surprisingly hard to write tests to perfectly line up scoring with actual ability, so provided you haven't really fucked up the difficulty and had everybody fail or everybody ace it, you remap the scores onto a curve so the numbers give a sensible indication of student aptitude on a 1-100 scale that allows for intuitive comparison.
There are exceptions at stuff like university level, where even though you want to measure skill/attainment, it becomes so hard to set tests at that level that you occasionally have to change boundaries based on a curve model fitted to the actual results. The scores are still generally reported in absolute figures though.
>How is 7/10 average?
You're going to school not reviewing a fucking video game. When reviewing you are subjectively rating something on a scale from 1-10 where 1-10 carrry equal weight, as 5 is in the middle, 5 is average.
When dealing with grades, however, this is a percentage. It is not relative, nor subjective. If it is subjective, you're in a shit field of study. Furthermore, if you can't make higher than an 85 on anything, you don't know the material at all.
I wish that were the case in my schools. I HAD to show the work, in full, every time. Literally every single step had to be written on the test papers. The only exception was some bullshit online quiz we did one time, as it had 100 questions and we didn't have enough time to write it all down and shit.
So never solve for the variables? Just combine all the X and Y variables until it's X +/- Y? Surprisingly enough I only ever did that one time, and that one time was only a few days of class.
I remember after we got our results back after my first biology test in college, I got a 67 but then the professor told us that the average was a 58 and that he was proud of us
Fuck, I don't remember any of this.
Hence why I took a History major...
>if you can't make higher than an 85 on anything, you don't know the material at all.
And this is why subjects where you just need to know the material are laughable. Studying hard to get a good grade is too easy compared to stuff where it actually depends on your skills beyond applying concepts.
In my experience, curve based teachers are always lenient Type-B personalities that will almost always get through less material than teachers who teach objectively and from a schedule without slowing down for any reason.
Learning requires participation and self-motivation, it's the professor's job to teach you the material, and if the professor has to go over something twice because some cocksucker was on facebook, it's to the detriment of students who aren't assholes. This shouldn't even be a topic of discussion at high school level, curves are as retarded as standardized testing and the common core.
What subjects are these? Science and History majors still have to write to hell and back by graduation, especially if they go graduate.
I am so happy I never have to do any math like that again.
man, fuck part 3
Tests where the professor forces you to draw tables, diagrams or other things with a ruler but you end up running out of time because you spent half the time drawing shit are annoying. Tests should be about your knowledge and not worrying about getting a zero for the question just because your lines aren't perfectly straight.
I have completely forgotten how to do any of this shit.
Holy shit High School is useless.
Maybe it's because I was an engineering major in college, but how is you guys are having trouble with this? You just multiple it out.
>training up your logic and problem-solving skills
Ok so like for question 1. How are you suppose to figure out what x is?
I used to know how to do this shit. But I never had to do it outside of highschool so I forgot howt o do it.
I'm sure a short refresher would get me remembering.
I haven't used it since. Things tend to be forgotten when you don't use it for years.
I have no use for that kind of math anyway in what I deal with.
People forget stuff that they don't use.
Contrary to popular wisdom, you do forget how to ride a bicycle, it takes a couple of tries to get used to one after a long period of inactivity.
I'm sure if most of those people sat down with a worksheet and a proper incentive to get it done, they'd get it done eventually.
(x+5)^2 = 0
x+5 = 0
x = -5
I'm pretty sure that's supposed to be multiply and get the polynomial x^2+10x+25
We always got three types of questions
>type A: simple reproduction
>type B: solved more complex tasks
>type: developing your own ideas
85% was enough for the equivalent of A- and was considered an achievement.
Is school easier in other countries?
I did this five years ago and I could probably solve it in 20 minutes.
Dont remind me
>forgot the point in a right angle
>0.5 points less because this
>only 2+ instead of 1- because of the 0.5 points
>only 2+ instead of 1- on my report because I forgot one fucking point
Protip: That's not the question
It's not an equation, you aren't.
You don't, you factor it.
Multiply x by x, x by 5, 5 by x, and 5 by 5 and then add the answers together.
That's your answer.
It's parishable. I could do this shit all day in high school and I'm having trouble myself after not taking college math for years. There's no worse feeling than being outsmarted at math by 18 year olds who won't shut up about their "Lane Strats" in "League"
They don't care.
They already speak Japanese, so they don't have to rely on English subtitles, they can watch their anime raw.
The left side ones I can figure out but those no the right make me sad.
Why does anime focus on people who do bad on test anyway? Is it to make the characters seem more cute? Or because the audience were also stupid? Or is it because the very strict schooling system means that seeing characters fail is some sort of catharsis?
>Or because the audience were also stupid?
It doesn't help that their English programs are counterproductive as fuck. If you're going to force every student to learn English, a language which has vowel sounds that don't even exist in your native tongue, you better fucking start them out as they're learning to talk.
>their most difficult assignment quadratic equations with tons of arithmetics
Seems about right for your average recently enrolled first year.
They seem big and scary, but it's really just PEMDAS and remembering the order of operation.
As for quadratic equations you just have to cram them.
All of the above
A school isn't even close to big enough to grade against a curve. If you are going to do that you do it nation wide or you don't.
Wait is it percentage or actual score? Because if it is actual score, it could be a test from 1 to 60 or something. If it's percentage, getting 50% in a 20 item quiz isn't so bad.
ON a related note, back incollege, my major math subject's passing grade was 55% while english history and pretty much everything else was 75%.
1: x^2 +10x +25
2: 4x^2 -6xy +9y^2
3: 4a^2 +6/4a +9/16
5: 6x^2 + 2 + 5x
Too lazy to do the rest
Especially 3) is really annoying. Not difficult, just annoying
6: x^3 *-x^2 +x +x^2 -x +1 = x^3 +1
Number of reasons.
NEETs are obviously below average when it comes to intelligence, but outside of Otaku/NEET audiences high school in japan is a prep for college, which is basically job training there. After high school you can't make grades like that, if you do, well, it should probably be a cram school anime.
I hated these types of questions back in highschool because I'd always fuck up a sign in the middle of it and get it wrong.
Thank god for computer algebra software.
It's pretty obviously percentage if you look at the amount of right and wrong answers.
Also 50% seems pretty bad on a quiz like that.
The trick to that is just to pretend subtraction doesn't exist (because it doesn't) and treat everything as addition of positive or negative numbers.
At least that's what works for me.
From what is visible Utah has 13/23 right and Rikka 16/27
It's probably percentages.
Tell me /a/:
1. Your country
2. What do you study
3. Can you solve >>100793910
Yeah, the problem is that I would forget to write down the sign (or write down the wrong sign) because I was writing too fast or because I was thinking ahead, not because I would get confused during multiplication.
Sometimes I would catch it, sometimes I wouldn't. The probability of forgetting a sign increases as the number of operations increases.
3. not a clue
3. Some of it
2. I study 4chenz culture Not really, I studied Math
3. The one on the left should be easy. The one on the right would take more time than I'm willing to spend on it so I'd rather not.
2. Physics, currently in upper div subjects.
3. Easily, this is basics of baiscs for us
Were i live, circle means observation (mainly error) and checks means ok
3. Nope, the entire paper would be blank
Holy shit, how do people actually think this is hard?
I know I'm going to get a billion "wow ur so fucking smart fag aren't you" replies, but this is seriously the most basic Algebra out there. No equations to memorize, no shit to derive, just factor and remember FOIL.
The left half
3. yes, it's baby-tier math
Look at those scores.
Even her paper is laughing out loud at how dumb she is.
2) Computer Science
It's not one of the applications of algebra that the layman often uses, as opposed to "solving for x" which has lots of applications in generally being alive in a capitalist society.
Also, most high schools don't force seniors to take trig or pre-cal.
Here in England maths GCSEs (we do our tests across the country like non-retards) will give you full marks for an answer with no workings out. But there is space to do the process, partial marks are available for correct workings even if the final answer is wrong. Gives the best of both worlds
Yes, but I don't have a clue what they want. Isolate x? Solve a?
I feel more ashamed of myself for bothering to read these comments.
Thank you /a/. You're all morons.
>Also, most high schools don't force seniors to take trig or pre-cal.
Almost every math or math-heavy-science (think physics) teacher I've had her in America graded more on showing work and proper method than on getting the problem right. Both my college and high school physics teachers would do things like give people 0s for not putting 0 in front of decimals and not putting equals signs in front of answers.
specialized education anon, why would I need to know Calculus when I'll be writing books on historical events?
Actually I'm a pretty shitty historian too, I can't translate any languages except English...
No, you can only solve equations, not expressions
No, 60-70% is just considered "poor" or "below average" It's still a pretty bad grade but an actual "failing" grade is anything below a 60.
3) yes, it's way easier than theorems demonstration
Exactly, you're a moron.
I feel you, I knew I should have spent more attention when we had non english/mother tongue languages in school. Actually knowing german and/or french would've been great for me now.
I know how you feel. I became a history teacher, and I always feel like I don't know anything about history.
Are they in middle school?
It's really confounding as an American, every fucking teacher in America knows what the problem is, as does anyone from a country that actually does decent academically. The standards simply aren't high enough and parents won't force their kids to achieve, and I'm not even getting into the rural/urban "I can't help you with your homework because I never learned algebra" parenting situation.
What this guy said.
3) Some of it
>It's still a pretty bad grade but an actual "failing" grade is anything below a 60.
40% is the failing grade here
2. Computer Engineering/ Japanese/ Math
I think the point of that scene is to show how they're competing against each other with low scores. Like
>It doesn't matter if I didn't get a passing score
>I scored better than you!
More for comedic value than anything.
Are you kidding me, trig is the minimum to graduate although I did go to a private school so there's that.
So, CS majors. How many of you are GNU/Linux users.
>not being able to read German
Well good luck for the WW1 and WW2 part. It's not impossible but it won't be easy.
2) Industrial Engineering
That's the joke. And it's stolen from Azumanga Daioh, which probably stole it from some untranslated shit like High School Kimengumi.
If my anime is telling the true, you can be popular in Japanese highschool if you have good grades. Like the inverse from here.
Seems like it depends a lot on the subject here. We have ~50% (law) but for math in high school we had some closer to 30%.
It's funny because my dad grew up in Mexico in the 60s and only got as far as 4th grade, and he always felt bad because he couldn't help me in school after I got into middle school. Yet just him supporting me and not letting me slack off was enough to get me into a good college. Really, all you have to do is support your kids and not let them slack off. Even if you can't help them, you can push them to be better in school with just that.
It's just an English test who cares? Even if they score 100% on an English test they still wouldn't be able to speak basic conversational English.
You're not force to read german for either of these war.
I was while I was majoring.
Now that I'm doing my masters I don't bother because of compatibility issues with software I need to use.
I've had students turn in tests without any attempts made whatsoever to answer any of the questions. And that's on a test that someone three years younger shouldn't have any problems with. Fuck, half a class of 15-16 year olds struggled with shit I was assumed to know reflexively before my age hit double digits, and this wasn't special ed kids. I'd probably have to make a test consisting of nothing more than the questions "What's your surname?" and "What's your family name?" if I wanted to make sure everyone got at least half the answers correct.
2. Electrical Engineering Technology
3. Yes, so much goddamn math in this major.
2. Computer Engineering
3. Yes. If you can't do basic algebra, you shouldn't even be here.
Is not like anyone lacks WW2 sources in English. Jeez, you would have more problems studying philosophy than history since there's plenty of precise German terms for philosophy that hardly have equivalents in other languages.
Who were the retards in Azumanga?
Kagura, Tomo, and Osaka right? With Kagura having the lowest score among them.
Then people put their name in japan style.
What was the test about?
I agree 100%, and that's how my dad describes his dad after World War 2, he was obsessed with all his kids going to college because he had to drop out to support the family at like 11 years old.
By the way, if any of you are freshman, have some advice, don't fuck around and get a low GPA or anything like that, and DEFINITELY don't sit in your room and watch anime all day, there's a ton of things to do and learn. Think of the thing you most regret, and visualize that, because that's how that shit feels later on in your college career.
I'm guessing you have no idea how graduate school works then?
I can and I still don't know what the fuck to do with it. Algebra: that thing that hardly helps you in everyday life and work unless you do something specifically related to it.
They wouldn't know what a "surname" was.
In most UK universities below 40% is considered failing. 70% is the cut off for a "first class" degree.
Though that's mostly because a lot of the exams tend to focus on long form answers and are designed to push even the best students. Multiple choice is pretty much unheard of beyond the age of 16 or is at most an easy intro into a much harder paper. I've sat exams where no one was expected to actually finish.
its not an equation you have to expand
Other countries grading scales are different than America's ( I don't know how many of the replies are from Americans though). According to a foreign exchange student I was friends with, a 50% is not exactly good by no means but it better than Americas 50%. The guy said that there basically are not any grades except for tests (midterms, finals, regular tests), and that they don't really get graded on the day to day assignments.
Like Texas history? Like alamo's and davy crockets and lynchings and shit?
Does it extend past the 5 stories I heard repeatedly in Texas History in school every year they made us take it?
its not an equation, you have to expand it
no im from Texas
Here we have the easy 1 - 10.
1-4: You suck
5-6: You suck slightly less
7-8: What is expected of you
9-10: Good work.
Don't give students tests with blow-off questions, if you have to fail them you have to fail them.
Consider thinking of creative ways to explain concepts, a lot of students have trouble learning simple concepts like fractions because earlier grades vehemently lie to them and over simplify what division actually is. Don't be afraid to unlearn things. Also, force them to participate in class. Participation grades are fucking brilliant.
Test scoring is clearly not standard everywhere and you must be incredibly uneducated if you think so.
>why would I need to know Calculus when I'll be writing books on historical events?
If Washington is advancing his armies towards Michigan at 30 miles per hour and is 100 leagues away, and Napoleon is advancing his armies there 20 miles per hour and is 200 leagues away. If Napoleon can only order his army to accelerate at a fixed rate of 2.5 miles per hour per hour, how many hours must he order his army to accelerate in order to take Michigan before washington?
Please consider the Battle of Waterloo in your answer.
That's the problem in the US, something like 75% of high school students can't into reading comprehension or free-form answers because everything is teaching to the standardized test, which is ABCDE shade in one all the way to high school graduation.
>if you have to fail them you have to fail them.
I'm not sure about that particular guy's situation, but there are schools where failing too many students can get a teacher in deep shit.
I went to a private high-school where a bunch of rich or politically connected kids went to, and only the oldest and most esteemed teachers could get away with failing half the class.
Coincidentally all the kids of the local politicians were as dumb as a brick.
Why are threads on /a/ so much better when no one is talking about anime?
Wait, Napoleon and Washington lived in the same era? That's it, I officially suck in history.
are you the guy with the 12 tons of yaoi? I kinda wanna drive to San Antonio just to see it.
If we count the area as Planet Earth, then yes.
I don't get it, there's no question for the left side, and I can't read Japanese for the right side.
Yes, Napoleon was born a few years before the American Revolution and was an adult during Washington's presidency.
Maybe he was playing Civ V?
1. United States
2. Mathematics, going to study Biostatistics in JHU graduate school next year.
3. That's like some 6th grade level stuff. Of course.
No man, era, as in time.
>Taking in account the following values, don't be a retard and solve the next problems
I don't even into moonrunes anon and even I can get it.
We have (and had a similar system in high school, I think it's different now):
U (in HS it's IG): Failed
B (G): Pass, but you're still bad
BA (VG): Good
AB (MVG): Excellent
That's not a problem with standardised testing, it's a problem with America doing standardised testing retardedly and not being willing to pay examiners to actually mark tests.
Every year in the UK students are doing A-levels, GCSEs even key stage 3 tests. These are national standardised tests (well mostly, there are 3 exam boards and minor variances between them) any multiple choice is a small part of these exams.
They are delivered en masse to examiners across the country with marking guidelines and how to score these exams. Many of them actually include a handful of marks for spelling, punctuation and grammar regardless of the subject.
Napoleon Bonaparte (15 August 1769 – 5 May 1821)
George Washington (February 22, 1732 – December 14, 1799
What problems? They just give a bunch of polynomials and then nothing.
4th year in telecom engineering. I fap to 5s or 4.90s and dream about them.
Because no one wants to take the square root of x as their waifu
Well, duh. They were really close, during the ending of the 17 century and the beginning of the 18 century.
I'm not even American and I know that since the American revolution took tips from the French revolution.
>George Washington (1732-1799) and Napoléon Bonaparte (1769-1821)
You have too little information to make such a judgement.
To >>100787423 and all the other anti curves:
As EE in an elite university, I can tell you that they always curve the grades and modify the averages according to many factors and even individually judge close cases. In the end the percentage of dropout after each semester remain more or less constant (e.g. 50+-5% after 1st year and 15+-5% every semester afterwards).
I already had an exam in my 1st year where you needed 80% for a sufficient grade while the average was still very good but especially some of my more recent exams are so difficult that you already get the best grade when you get 40% of the points because the averages are below 20%.
However such low averages are not
>an educational crisis.
They simply show the difficulty. The more hardship you have to overcome, the stronger you become. In lifting, you progress by constantly going to your absolute limit. In problem solving and mental capacity you progress in the same exact manner. If it is humanly possible to reach 100% in an exam, it is not difficult enough to maximize the training effect on the students. That's the mindset of my uni and why it is ranked among the top 10 in engineering.
What is Rikka to the 3rd power?
I was pretty unpopular in High School because I was friends with a lot of the teaching staff. Off the record they all complained about how awful dealing with parents was, every single parent assumes the problem is the teacher's and believes every piece of bullshit their kids say.
Still though, the departments of the school that were average to above average (math and english) gave real assignments and the science teachers, only one of whom even had a biology degree and believed in Evolution, assigned fucking word searches with vocabulary words every other day. Almost the whole school failed the state science test almost every year. I think there was a mass firing a few years after I graduated.
Shit taste, I tell you.
Why would I bother if she can do it for me?
I want to give Kumin my natural log.
2. Electrical Engineering Technology
You at least remember that the Louisiana Purchase was between Napoleon and Jefferson, don't you, anon?
Math. Mostly things like basic geometry (area, volume) and percentages. The students in question were 15-16 year olds studying for careers in gardening, animal care, and so on. So the questions where "you have a field X by Y meters large. You want a Z centimetre thick layer of gravel all over it. How much gravel do you need?", "You borrow N money at 3% yearly interest. The interest then goes up to 6%. How much extra do you have to pay every month?".
So basically math a twelve year old should manage, and all of it directly related to their chosen future career or the daily life of just about anyone.
Quite a lot of them would have struggled with the multiplication tables. Some didn't know if multiplying with 100 meant adding or removing zeroes.
Nor parents nor kids respect teachers. Basically they always think they know better. Mind you, since there's different types of teacher sometimes it happens that they're full of bullshit, but still.
I'm sorry, but Kepler's 1st Law in all her glory already stole my heart.
2. Medical studies
3. Yes, easy as fuck, and that's coming form someone who's really out of touch with his inner mathematician.
Just so you know, Canada, I hate you. You sent me literally the worst professor in the history of professors. If you know of a professor named Kaiser Khan, you know exactly who I'm speaking of, and exactly why I say these things.
I'm honestly convinced about half of us have grown out of anime, or at least the moe end of it. Threads like these are the primary reason I still come here, because they're just as good as they were in 2008. The same can not be said of on topic threads. Generals ruined this board.
That's (chuu2)^3 so assuming chuu is one variable it's 8chuu to the third power.
A-am I doing this right?
I'd lie tangent to her curves if you know what i mean.
>"You borrow N money at 3% yearly interest. The interest then goes up to 6%. How much extra do you have to pay every month?".
Fuck it. I suck at math and even I can do that easily since I need to keep tabs on my credit cards.
Looking back, I'm starting to think part of the value of algebra was giving you a way to think about something when you're stuck.
If you don't know something, instead of sitting around with your thumbs up your ass, you give it a name and fuck it 8 ways from Sunday until it makes sense. I think it's a good lesson to teach kids.
I'd put a secant in her round vulva too.
Why do you assume chuu and 2 commute?
What's there to solve on this test?
The problem is standardized tests in America aren't for evaluating the students; they're for evaluating the schools.
In America the only end of grade tests not entirely graded by machines are the writing portions of the English test.
All of these vary by state as well, I can only personally speak of Texas, and even then only years ago.
>careers in gardening, animal care, and so on
I don't really blame them, to be honest. Although not having multiplication tables memorized is a little disquieting.
I wish it worked that way for me when I was in High school.
>mfw taking engineering classes in college and the professor flat out says he doesn't give a shit how we get our answers
>The Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave
>Computer Science and Engineering
>Yes, but I need to know what the moonrunes are saying
Mostly why I took from those classes was to learn to write all the process until getting the solution, so if you make a mistake is easy to identify. Writing every step of a problem is something I still do.
Sometimes it sucks though since most of the real life problems I try to solve with algebra tends to be quadratic equations or higher.
Pic related probably means >factor the following or some such thing.
Fuck math, let me go back to reading metric tons of text.
You are literally the dumbest person to ever post on /a/.
There's nothing to solve here.
Some people never use math in their daily lives, so it's no surprise they can't remember it years after it's no longer taught.
10000 hours in paint
Because it's technically the same as 2x? x2 = 2x.
How is that considered difficult? Is /a/ really mentally challenged?
Kumin = anon. Goddamn it. Why didn't I use subscripts!
Spoiler tags man
Why do you think we sent him over there in the first place ?
Yes and you're the smartest of us all, congratulations!
I was really good with quadratics back in highschool, but I am bad with Geometry.
In my school back when I lived in Asia, we had 2 maths classes. 1 for Algebra and 1 for Geometry. Guess what I failed with super low grades.
I firmly believe people saying they can't answer are trolling or going "lol I can't read moon" (which is a specific form of trolling I guess)
N-now the secant
their teacher isn't much smarter
he just scribbled "LOLOLOLOLOLOL" all over their tests instead of correcting it.
I can fap to this.
We were taught that shit by grade 5 in Asia.
From the looks of this thread, we got some idiots and some really smart people here, including someone who just got accepted to a top 3 grad program.
>You have too little information to make such a judgement.
Watch the show, they're retards. The show is literally about how retarded they are. Half of these characters are the Dragon Ball Z Silk Shirt guy from your schools special ed room.
In regards to your other point, yes, you have to grade extremely difficult STEM graduate work that way.
We're talking about high school math, except in America where the class that teaches parabolas and factoring and all that shit is optional.
oh wait, someone made that joke already, I should have read the thread first
Jesus, I almost forgot about this bullshit. It was infuriating, the kinds of things that passed for assignments in those bonehead classes that were required to graduate. The absolute worst were technology classes, lowest common denominator shit. Fuck American education.
Fuck you faggots, you better be here when I get back from this stupid GE.
>mfw people couldn't answer what gravity was in an upper division natural science class
That or I'm retarded enough to misunderstand what needs to be done on that test
Are you me? We had this weird program so we take geometry on our second year which is supposed to be for third years.
Anyway, I liked geometry. I liked shapes so it wasn't all that bad.
But then how do you evaluate students (eg for entry to university)?
>Quite a lot of them would have struggled with the multiplication tables.
That means they forgot what they had learned even in elementary school, right? I can't belive it.
What is this, and how thankful should I be that I was spared it?
2. Medicine (Psychiatry and clinical psychology)
3. Yes. It was our middle school. But I remember having problems with it at first too
This looks surprisingly simple for a math test. Those are simple grinding exercises where you need maybe 30 min of studying to ace them.
In my superior Swiss education the STEM exercises were always unique so you don't have to replicate a calculator but actually understand the concept behind everything and how to come up with solutions for problem types you have never seen before.
However, when I was in Tokyo last year, I saw a TV program on an educational channel unlike anything I have ever seen in the western world. They actually showed respectable stuff such as electro static and dynamics, mechanics, thermo and fluiddynamics, general and special relativity, even various QM stuff such as quantum well, cascade, superposition and so on.
Thanks to that educational channel I now know scientific japanese terms but I already forgot basic conversation such as 'I live in x'.
You've never had to do one of these?
I learned what gravity was back in fucking highschool physics, but I can't remember for the fucking life of me
That's another standardized test that students take independently of the school system. Schools specifically don't teach to that.
I took a programming class in 10th grade taught by 2 people who knew no programming languages.
They were the schools sysadmins...
They never got past HTML (which isn't even a fucking programming language btw, fuck.) My keyboarding class was a fucking POWERPOINT class, and we were on pre-NT windows despite this being like 2006 or 7...
I remember a fat girl on school who got 9/10 for everything but didn't even know the meaning of OK, hadn't read a book in her whole life outside of those who entered in the exams, and her ocurrences of a simpleton sheep on philosophy class were outright hilarious. I got higher grades than her on english just by playing games my whole life.
What do you estudy, engineering? Congrats, hedonist drone. You have been spending weeks of your life reading again something that you should have already memorized well enough in class to pass the test. You didn't experience life, you have the critical thought of /a/ qualifying things as "shit" at best, and can't understand something deeper than Kyoani. But hey, at least you got to show those nice grades to your /a/ friends!
Even if you suck a memorizing the tables:
1 to 5 is fucking easy. 6 can be inferred from 5. 9 has an easy trick to it and 8 can be inferred from 9. And 7 you just need to remember the result from the other tables, problem solved, there's no excuse to be stupid.
That's the games you bought when you had to take the train before laptops. You cannot be implying that teachers would make them homework right?
1. Canada (Originated from the Philippines)
2. Finished IT - Old program was Computer Science with a lot of Math.
3. I just need a bit of a review and I can do that easy.
I lived in the Philippines for 16 years. I went to school there until Grade 10 by American standards. I was surprised when I came to Canada and I was placed back in the 9th grade and found out they were only starting to learn quadratics then, when for me I've been learning it since grade 5ish.
ACT on the west coast, SAT on the east coast
Word searches are crosswords for people who can't figure out the clues aspect of crosswords.
Hidden in a jumbled mess of characters are the vocabulary words, you have to find and circle them.
If you don't do this young man, I'll have to give you a 0 in Integrated Chemistry for the day.
But also multiple choice and machine read right?
2. 2D Animation and Storyboarding
3. pfffffft, this shit is easy, that's middleschool level math. I've been in Advance classes for everything in highschool.
I completely forgot to put my face in
I've had homework like this...kinda idiotic.
>You cannot be implying that teachers would make them homework right?
Welcome to America's education system.
>In my superior Swiss education the STEM exercises were always unique so you don't have to replicate a calculator but actually understand the concept behind everything and how to come up with solutions for problem types you have never seen before.
Our physics teacher was more of a physician than a teacher.
It was good because we actually learned shit, but bad because about half of his exams were difficult transferring tasks. You really needed to be creative to solve it.
I guess we were pretty lucky. At least our teacher was an IT graduate. All we ever did though was spend time making horrible HTML websites with tables and marquee texts. After that, we can spend our times browsing Friendster or playing cards where ever we want.
Well then again I'm from Romania and came to Murrica when I was 16 so yeah.
Part of it, yes.
The entirety of it until about 8 years ago.
1. 3rd world
2. dropped college
3. In 5~10 minutes
Spoiled for extra lewd.
In the US in high school I would frequently get perfect scores on tests. But I ended up failing a lot of classes because I didn't meet attendance requirements. Is it my failure or the system's?
No fucking thanks
Wait? Are you serious? This are games that they give us on elementary school to pass time.
God dammit >>>/h/
>Anonymous mathematically demonstrates hentai
Between you and the 12 tons of yaoi guy, my faith in this site has been restored
Eh. I'm from the Philippines too..
Fuck you, I'm at work
It's true. But crossword puzzles were more common, I think. And don't get me started on acrostics.
getting 60-69% warrants a D and you have to take the class over if you want to go to the next level.
More like NTR
Heh, I remember tutoring Geometry in high school now... I don't think I actually managed to teach anyone anything. No matter how many times I told them shit like, "This angle is 30 degrees, so the opposite angle must also be 30 degrees" and I guess they just didn't pay attention.
What's interesting is how it's split along income lines, the richest and poorest kids are the dumbest, a double bell curve.
My high school programming class was with Pascal in 2004.
I mean, it was legitimately programming, but horribly archaic.
I'm pretty sure the cops would have come to my house if I kept missing classes when I was <16.
I don't remember which age is high school though.
Kumin isn't in a relationship, so by my standards she can't be NTR'd
So does anyone here actually study real mathematics and not trivial stuff? Just finished my first day of Measure Theory and am a mix of excited and nervous.
wow ur so smart anon
Please get started.
And what cause of action would they bring that under?
"My kids are fucking stupid" isn't a legitimate cause of action in most state courts.
Lets try and keep this m/a/them/a/tic/a/lly relevant.
Trivial math is still real math, anon. You're talking about advanced math.
One student's mother visited us one day. She couldn't solve that one either.
I think they simply never learned it in the first place. Then they got slapped with a passing grade so their elementary school could be rid of them.
>What's interesting is how it's split along income lines, the richest and poorest kids are the dumbest, a double bell curve.
Computer Science here (the kind with complexity theory and formal proofs of floating point arithmetic and so on, not the programming lessons kind)
Once upon a time I did know, somewhat, what to do about Eigenvectors and solving equations in infinite-dimensional mathematical space. Then a decade of not doing anything with either passed...
More in depth:
American Seniors in High School generally take a test called the SAT (Formerly Scholastic Achievement Test, re-acronymed to mean nothing a few years ago). As Universities in America exist in a seperate system to normal schooling, with many being private, the test is not given by compulsory schools. Instead, students have to travel to a school that hosts the test (unless the school that has the test is yours).
The test consists of 3 sections, one of which is a written essay.
It's the American equivalent of an Entrance Exam in anime, as almost every college will require you to have a set score on it unless you were in the top of your class.
The SAT is very culturally important in America, where students refer to it as the Suck Ass Test, and it carries a reputation of being the ultimate slacker hail mary to get into a not shit school.
Man, japs have it easy.
I don't remember having any math test that could be passed by just memorizing the basic binomial expansion formulas or whatever the hell this is called in English.
Pretty sure our sys admin had that business computing degree that requires you to know about 10 minutes of COBAL
Shit. There are two education threads on /a/ at the same time.
I was joking, but all kinds of weird shit gets assigned under some teachers. At least with acrostics or writing shitty sonnets and haikus it afforded us some creativity.
I'm assuming he was speaking from experience.
2. Computer Science
3. That test is waaaaaay more tedious to do out by hand than it is difficult. Especially that last section. Only way you would lose points is with a dumb mistake in the middle writing out all your work.
Things are looking up for /a/.
This one was here first.
3) Shits easy, I have math courses on a regular basis though
I'm that guy thats going to have a figure or two in his office. Some day.
>live in Texas
>want to go meet the yaoi guy
>too straight and paranoid to do it or post in his threads
/a/nons confirmed for most intelligent posters on 4chan
I JUST GOT PROMOTED!
What's with the lack of Isshiki screen-time, I love that guy but he's had like two or three lines so far.
3. Yes, we can!
Unscientific Personal Research. But it was true at least at my school, the rich kids were exactly like that rich redneck from Texas that ran over the 4 people and got away with it, minus the ran over 4 people thing. No one made them do anything, and anything they did was okay. The poor kids (myself included) had attendance problems, as they do in most schools.
Nah, you really think /a/ is capable of that? I bet the highest anyone in this thread went up is multivariate or something pathetic like that.
When does this guy have threads? I've never heard about this before.
2. Computer Science
Goddamit. Are there laddle-san SDT mods?
>Didn't go to college
Didn't even recognize what it was at first though, needed to fucking squint to see it.
haters gonna hate.gif
I don't know why you'd ask, but yep, I (CS major) am using Linux. Currently, I use Windows only for playing StarCraft 2 (which would probably work with wine just fine, but, well…).
An anime store in San Antonio, Texas went out of business and an /a/non who was a regular customer is trying to help the owner sell 12 tons of unsold manga, 98% of which is out-of-print licensed Yaoi. He accepts paypal or coming to San Antonio to get it. Everything is discounted.
Crazy that it all rides on one test.
Here the standard way in to university (there are a few other routes but they are not common) is A-levels. These are the standardised courses done between 16-18 and most students take 3-5 of them.
When you apply to university you will get a conditional offer based on projected grades which vary depending on the degree you are taking (ie you apply to do degree X at university Y, we don't have the collecting credits and picking a major thing here). These conditionals will almost always be 3 grades and one or two of specific subjects, for example physics at a good university might need ABB with two of the A-levels being in physics and mathematics, a lesser university might require only BBC or might waive the maths requirement if you do a foundation year of maths there before your degree proper.
I studied animation, photography, traditional art, graphic art, sculpture, art history, classic literature, and had a marksmanship class.
Dropped out in my second year.
I could probably finish the test in 15-20 minutes but I wouldn't enjoy it.
No I only got fives, .( the system didn't rate me as a person by my notes, or called me useful for obediently learning how to be a drone doing engineerings. I couldn't feel good about myself because of my 9/10 grades either. I thought by myself, learned a lot of things for me and others, and worked more than one day with my body, but the system didn't call me smart for that. I won't ever be as good as you and your grades, anon.
Thankfully, teachers here aren't fucking retarded like you and even though they wanted better grades, they encouraged me to keep being a self taught, not a parasitic amoeba to whatever flow the system is going. Good luck with engineering class, the competence is going to be rough to be the better sheep, but if you fail, you can always come back and post about best girls on /a/ .)
Economics and accountancy
Jesus christ, where can they story that much Yaoi?
After you get to a certain level of mathematical proficiency, you stop looking down on others for their mathematical struggles because almost everyone comes across as mathematically inept.
The vast majority of the people in this thread are probably terrible at any form of worthwhile and rigorous mathematics.
Yeah, just let me use some scratch paper
Did he leave any contact information? I need it for purposes
2. Not studying but am working on being a concept artist
3. Probably most of the left side but the right, fuck that.
Who the fuck stocks that much inventory on a niche of a niche.
So how's the English major treating ya?
They probably ended up that way by just ordering a set number of everything by default.
Sort of explains why the business went under
'Cause most fujos prefer to buy stuff online or not buying at all?
Same thing that happened to so many dubbing studios, they bought into the anime fad way too hard, and started translating Yaoi when it became apparent that men didn't buy manga.
Problem is, women don't buy porn, especially not publicly in book stores.
Why buy it when you can just get it for free
Wow, I can't believe just how much you are helping society. You are at the forefront of human advancement.
3. Most of it, although I make tiny silly mistakes which fucks the entire thing up. Dyscalculia is not fun.
They buy yaoi, and in public; just at conventions.
Well, I like looking at my complete manga volumes.
Then again. I started to collect back when the internet thing wasn't that popular.
Of the fujoshi I've known, one had physical stuff, and it's as >>100801940 says.
I understand the sentiment, if they were reasonably priced I would love to have physical copies of manga aside from my Yotsubas
Maybe a few doujins too
I learned how to do this in photoshop just now to fulfill this potential.
Good work, you get first choice from the waifu cupboard.
I love you /a/non
Meant to quote >>100802181
My highschool programming class was taught buy an old guy who had been programming basically since before personal computers were a thing. He used to work for IBM before he retired, then I guess he got bored and decided to become a teacher instead.
Fuck you, I learned how to do that back in CS2 and it used to be harder
Good job though, <3
>A font that isn't impact
The internet needs more people like you, anon.
>I'm that guy thats going to have a figure or two in his office
I like you. I hope you'll end up as my doctor one day.
It was still pretty appropriate for a misclick.
I was actually impersonating anon.
2. Primary Teaching
3. Math is for nerds so who cares
I wish my doctor was an open weeb
He'd check my prostate while we discuss who's best girl
In most grade schools in america you're allowed to advance to the next year even if you get Ds.
You might get sent to summer school though.
>yfw he has 2 waifus
>super open book exam
That can't even be called an exam. Then again I can't complain since college is like that.
How do they stop people from talking through the wifi?
2.Quantum Chemistry and Graph Theory
I'll post my degree with my figures when I finally get through med school for you guys
Now spread your buttocks and go kya~
Honeslty it's kind of funny how, at least at least in the past two and a half years of uni, everything has been easier than my junior year of highschool. Sure the subject matter might be tougher but it's so much less work overall.
Naw, we're out there. I finished my masters in math a few years ago with my thesis focusing on different ways to determine distance estimators for deterministic 3d fractals.
Nowadays I work as a graphics programmer writing 3d graphics for scientific simulation software. I still use linear algebra and complex analysis on a daily basis.
>I know that since the American revolution took tips from the French revolution.
Other way around.
How many times has there been a revolution in France
There's only 1 Revolution, but we're on our 5th Constitution.
There have been 2, The French Revolution in 1789, and the February Revolution of 1848, both after the American Revolution.
/a/ - Mathematics and History
I can't even use a calculator in my exam
To be fair, closed-book exams are a terrible way of evaluating someone's ability to actually do stuff.
You are never ever, in a working or research environment, going to be told "And you are not allowed to examine any relevant literature in order to do this thing" Because that is fucking stupid.
Project based tends to work much better. Although subjects like maths, it's harder to do.
>mfw there are people who think math is better than History
With mathematics you're expected to know how to work through each individual problem
If you like History so much, why do you sit at a math computing machine all day?
Math actually advances civilizations forward, everything is the way it is because of math.
>01101101 01100001 01110100 01101000 00100000 01100011 01101111 01101101 01110000 01110101 01110100 01101001 01101110 01100111 00100000 01101101 01100001 01100011 01101000 01101001 01101110 01100101
01101100 01100101 01101100
The real question is, if I spend so much time in front of a math computing machine, why did I switch my major from Computer Science to History?
Math is just a part of what makes physics so great
Because you've lost control of your life?
I don't know..
The majority of my male friends value intelligent conversation to a certain extent. I could understand acting just a little dumb, but you can't really form an intimate connection with someone who goes around saying stuff like "Fun things are fun" all the time. Even the entertainment value would wear off pretty quickly.
Anyway, most of my friends would probably think something along the lines of "2dumb4me" if a girl acted as dumb a a brick around them.
Yeah, I've pretty much decided I'm insane anyhow...
Math makes history.
For most normalfags, as long as she's fuckable then is alright. Hell, if you want to stretch it you can add, "as long as she's not crazy either"
All women are crazy. Seriously. Every. single. one.
Your mom surely.
Especially my mom.
I've met girls who acted so dumb it could be considered a mental illness.
ITT: Americans don't realize other countries tests are harder than there dumbed down piss easy tests.
You will never cumin kumin ;_;
But I do realize this you elitist
I like you, anon.
3)Yes, But I can't see shit on that second part.
Expanding brackets can be done mentally by anyone with a pair of braincells to rub together. Failing that, they have lined paper.
Basic calculus only requires simple lateral thinking, following instructions and, perhaps most importantly of all, the ability to learn. Anyone can do it and those that can't do not have the requisite skills to wrap their head around a complicated political scenario such as antebellum Europe.
Thinking maths is hard is a self-fulfilling thing anyway, when you ignore pre-conceived ideas of the difficulty of things like calculus it becomes much easier. You could teach a 10 year old to differentiate, if you explain the rules and that the variables are just placeholders.
The main reason is to determine the student's ability to put in effort and learn, though.
yay anoda hondu-fag
1. Canada, QC
3. Easy, just long.
That's cool, how's it taught? At my uni everything is static powerpoints so I can't work out how a room full of hungover people would wrap their head around that.
Even their driving tests are easier.
I have no idea how to do any of this.
But this is basic algebra
How the hell don't people know how to do this?
Is this real life?
>>Nothing in the problems that hint what X, a, and other letters are supposed to be
have you never done algebra?
"Counseling and Human Services" Erik Erikson is best girl
Yes although 95% of my classmates would not be able to. Someone please save me from all these soccor moms and SJW hipsters!
>01101100 01100101 01101100
00111110 00111110 00111110 00101111 01101111 01110101 01110100 00101111
I regret being a full time NEET.
01110101 01110010 00100000 01100001 00100000 01100110 01100001 01100111 01100101 01110100
No, it's algebra.
3. I have dyscalculia, even if I had a calculator and a paper with the formulas it would take me at least an hour to solve the whole test.
But I highly respect all the anon that brave the world everyday and took really long classes
Fuck math and science, how does that help me in life.
What is it good for?
Well for one
It makes you a good teacher so you can help your kids with school.
I help my siblings with their work, even the ones who are older than me because they're morons.
I was giving you a "What if?" example with the kids.
Not that I do have kids
I'm too lazy to go out looking for some poon
>tfw when in college with a 2.9 gpa in cs.
Am I fucked? Should I just drop out now?
3. Yeah, I'd just fill up the back by writing everything out
I've got a 2.3, you're fine.
That's about average, right?
I'd stay and see through the entire thing instead of dropping out
Now I wish I was a CS major, I have a 2.6 GAP in Physics and will probably end up with a shitty job in some rural town. I just hope I can avoid ending up in fast food.
Maybe I just used to browse /pol/ too much then. I was under the impression that anything below like 3.5 was unemployable.
Simple as long as m is an expression with a subvalue of less than 3 then the answer is a parabolic matrix, did you fail 11th grade algebra or something?
Getting a good job?
Ahahaha working class scum.
>sitting around scribbling math problems all day
0, because earth does not have enough volume to accommodate infinite pulleys therefore the system must be in space. no significant gravity in one direction vs the other, therefore no force to accelerate the masses.
They made us use calculators to find matrices in HS
So I never really learned how to find them.
>earth does not have enough volume to accommodate infinite pulleys
And space does?
Are you stupid?
eh, so it leaves the universe. no biggie.
Even if you assume space is infinite, a star or something would get in the way and interfere with the system at some point.
That's what I wrote on my final too.
I got a zero ;_;
I'm a guy and I generally do this around people I work with so they don't grow insecure around me. I don't act "dumb" per se, but whenever I explain something or ask someone a question I do it in the most basic way possible (and I subtly match their accent and/or style of speech).
It's generally easier to "get along," get what you want, or just generally go unnoticed when people think you are like them and/or aren't intimidated by you.