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Jason P wrote:Has she presented a theorem to prove this theory?
mikepegg44 wrote:Jason P wrote:Has she presented a theorem to prove this theory?
(1h x 1s)/1y = .43s
Where i = number of teachers
h = teachers who think algebra is hard,
s = number of students being short changed by a teacher who thought algebra was hard,
y = number of years being taught algebra
I think this formula sums it up
gimmesometruth27 wrote:i think they should continue to teach it, because if they don't it will dumb down the education system for the rest of us.
peacefrompaul wrote:I think I'd be down to take a class on math history or theory. Some of that shit is mind blowing.
Johnny Abruzzo wrote:Diagramming sentences is hard too. Should we not learn grammar? Oh wait, we can't do grammar in this country. (or math)
Can't you go to some sort of vocational school instead if you don't want to learn hard shit? What does a high school diploma mean anyway?
brianlux wrote:peacefrompaul wrote:I think I'd be down to take a class on math history or theory. Some of that shit is mind blowing.
Blows my mind just thinking about it. In my last few year of college my GPA was close to 4 but I'd have never graduated if I hadn't found a way around the math requirement. My left brain must have a few damaged synaptic gaps between neurons. So instead, I got around it by taking a course on developing math curriculum for elementary school.
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