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Posted 4/6/09
what is 3U and 4U??
Posted 4/6/09

mariia wrote:


the_pwn wrote:

a real.. math class..... can you tutor me? i want to be a student..... or at least part time...


WAAH sure sure :P
am only learning 3U now >< well start with 4U soon~ LOL


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Posted 4/6/09

kawaii_angel10 wrote:

what is 3U and 4U??


3 Unit and 4Unit math it's like extensions and you learn different to gerneral
so 3 Unit is 2 Unit with an extra unit and so forth ^-^ maybe you don't have that system over there o.O
Posted 4/6/09
O-O hehehe =_='' i got nothing
Posted 4/6/09

mariia wrote:


kawaii_angel10 wrote:

what is 3U and 4U??


3 Unit and 4Unit math it's like extensions and you learn different to gerneral
so 3 Unit is 2 Unit with an extra unit and so forth ^-^ maybe you don't have that system over there o.O


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Posted 4/6/09

kawaii_angel10 wrote:

O-O hehehe =_='' i got nothing :P


Ha-ha okay let's break it up into sections, the easiest of math is 2U, then 3U and the hardest 4U
*smile smile*
anywayss if you need any help on any math problems you can ask me
Posted 4/6/09 , edited 4/6/09
errm.... algebra..... and *smirks*... Calculas
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Posted 4/7/09

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errm.... algebra..... and *smirks*... Calculas


LOL algebra? Hmmm where to start (LOL) where are you stuck
and calculas.. well there's a calculator for that
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Posted 4/7/09 , edited 4/7/09
There are 5 general laws (actually if you think about it 6)
Fundamental laws: Let be arbitrary numbers ; then there exists for every pair of them a uniquely determined number s, the sum

a, b, c, ���

a+b=s

and a uniquely determined number p, the product

a b = p.
The operations of forming sums and products are called addition and multiplication.

These operations satisfy the

Commutative law:


a + b = b + a,
a b = b a.

Associative law:

(a + b) + c = a + (b + c),
(ab)c = a(bc) ).

Laws of inverse existence:

For every pair a, b, there exist x such that

x + a = b.

For every pair a, b, which satisfies the condition

a � 0,

there exists y such that

y a = b. (6m)

Distributive laws:

(a + b)c = ac + bc, a(b + c) = ab + ac.
Posted 4/7/09
*NOSEBLEED* *FAiNTS* MATH KiLLS ME! XD
Posted 4/7/09
oh wow.... *sits on the chair applauding* i wanna cross dress and come here as a student now...
Posted 4/8/09

the_pwn wrote:

oh wow.... *sits on the chair applauding* i wanna cross dress and come here as a student now...


*sits down* *listens to mariia*



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