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Where are folks that like math?
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*crouches in the corner and cries*
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IDK if I actually like math at all.

But, I find it relatively easier than memorizing facts.

I never had to spend more time beyond doing the homework to ace the test.
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It's alright....certainly not my favorite....just alright.
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Akane1984 wrote:

*crouches in the corner and cries*


*says hi to crying person in the corner
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I am divided on the subjected. I know it is important to how the modern and natural world works, but it just doesn't add up. Whenever I get into the theories of Demoivre my misunderstandings only multiply.
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I have a deep hatred for math entirely .. Math has always been my failing subject and difficult I literally have no trouble with anything else
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Generally yes
But I'm not very high level about it
I had Calc III, Matrix/Linear Algebra, and Differential equations for my major, with a bit more matrices for a masters

And I lost it at Calc III and Differential equations. Granted, I think my professors were shit, but not the point

Barring that, I love math.
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jtjumper wrote:

Where are folks that like math?


I have a master's degree in mathematics.
I've taken courses on pretty much everything; from discrete mathematics, analytical geometry, or topology to combinatorics.
I'm either going back to finish up my Ph.D or going back for pharmaceutical sciences and try to kick a career up in biostatistics.

I'm still pretty much undecided between the two right now. I've always loved mathematics.
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I find it hard to love a tool.
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i used to back in primary school when i was top of my class and amazing at math way better then i am now imo.
Having a seizure which impacted me heavily with mathematics and negelecting to relearn it or use it i have lost my love for maths.

But back in the day math was my thing i literally loved it to death haha was my favourite subject in school etc.
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riverjustice wrote:


*says hi to crying person in the corner


*sniffles* Hi.....potenuse


In all seriousness, I've always had a love/hate relationship with math. I was good at it, but never enjoyed it with the same love that I had for other subjects. It's a beneficial tool that has served me well, and I wish I enjoyed it the way others do.
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People assume I like it because I'm good at it but I don't.
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I have Euler's Identity tattooed on my arm.
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Potaku wrote:

I have Euler's Identity tattooed on my arm.


I have Bohr's frequency condition formula on my shoulder. I'm looking to get a "strictly math-based" (not physics/math) tattoo in the next year. Going to get Crono from Chrono Trigger tattooed on my inner forearm in September.
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