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COMMENT peut-on vivre sans faire un MINIMUM de maths ? C’est comme vivre sans manger ou faire du sport, ça entretient l’esprit, une douce thérapie…

Hmm non vraiment pas mdr. Pour certains juste le mot est angoissant. Juste pour ton information les discalculiques ne meurt pas par manque de vivres, ne comparons pas l'impossible

Have you ever helped a friend with his homework in return for something specific? I have done it twice.

Ya_7abibi’s Profile PhotoDiaa
I used to help an in old school friend with his maths, but not to get anything in return. Sometimes the act of explaining something to someone else helps you understand it properly too. However, I found out recently that he's currently in prison for a massive insurance fraud. Probably best not to do that sort of thing if you're no good at maths.

What’s an interesting fact about your profession/field of study that someone who isn’t a part of it wouldn’t necessarily know and/or realize? 🤔🤯

anonamouse89887’s Profile Photoanonamouse
Contrary to what most people believe, you don't have to to be a maths genius to study/practice accounting. It's more about analysis, financial rules, regulations and law.

When does what she says fill you with emotion?

She fills me with emotions in lots of things she does and say.
Usually pride in her being such a kind and caring girl who shows love to everyone around her.
Pride when I have a parents evening at her school and I find out she done of the top 3 readers in her class, or top 3 for maths
She fills me with joy when she comes out with her random ass questions that she's literally pulled from no where.
She's a joy to be around.
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Is there a particular field of study you were really interested in, but didn’t end up pursuing as a career? If so, what is it? How long have you had an interest in said field? What made you realize/decide you wanted to pursue your current field instead? 🧑‍💻📑

anonamouse89887’s Profile Photoanonamouse
Astronomy. I really wanted to work at Nasa one day. I was looking into university courses back when I was deciding what to study, and there were a couple that I wanted to apply to, as they also had a years work experience in Houston texas, so you could work alongside Nasa in your final year.
However to do the course, you needed top A levels in physics and maths I think, which I didn't have. So would have had to try and get those A levels as an adult which would have been awkward. And I was also aware, due to adhd, I'm really terrible at focusing on some things for long periods. Like for me I struggle staying focused on academic stuff. But am better staying focused with creative stuff.
So I realised even though it was a massive passion of mine, I knew it would end up stressing me out more because I wouldn't have the capacity to focus fully enough to do it unfortunately. And so I went the creative route instead, to work with another passion, but that one I'm able to get more engrossed with. And thus less stressed with.
So I just appreciate space from a distance now. If I didn't have adhd etc issues and was less hindered, you bet your ass I would be doing something in the astronomy field right now.

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Physics and chemistry have a lot of maths, so no worries about them. If this is your background, this is good.
In general, any area with descent Math background is ok for machine learning

Should i go for MBBS or ACCA, it's difficult to take decision! Any suggestion please?👀😩

What u want to do
Dil kia hai karnay ko
Kis cheez mai easy hou
Chemistry biology mai yah maths accounts mai?
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If given the opportunity to go on a short roundtrip to space, would you? 🚀

TobbeAsks’s Profile PhotoTobbe
Oh absolutely! That would literally be a dream. I wanted to be an astronaut growing up. Or to at least work in astronomy. But I'm just not that great with maths enough to get the grades for it, so I went the creative route for jobs instead.
If given the opportunity to go on a short roundtrip to space would you

My dad is a human calculator do you know anyone like that

Nope lol
No one I know is massively brilliant with maths and calculations. Like my dad can do things pretty quickly, but not to the point of calling him a human calculator :)
My dad is a human calculator do you know anyone like that
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What is the cold and dark for you?

Umbra_draconis’s Profile PhotoLayla
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→ winter
→ maths
→ people, who:
→ ignore the suffering of a loved one
→ ignore the suffering of a loved one in order to stick to an illusion about someone else
→ see abuse and choose to look away
→ see someone physically/emotionally in pain and just walk by
→ purposefully choose to hurt someone or themselves

Did you like math and physics in high school?

No, at least I did not like math. I have dyscalculia, which basically is the same thing as being dyslectic, but with numbers and formulas and such.
Doing basic math with numbers from 0-20 is hard, but okay. Anything above that is just impossible for me. Formulas don’t end up memorized in my brain, so it’s a constant struggle to do maths. 😬
Did you like math and physics in high school

All sexy people hate maths..🌚

Egoistic_101’s Profile Photoᴬⁱⁿ'ᵗ ʸᵒ ʰᵒᵐⁱᵉ
A large store places its last 15 clock radios in a clearance sale. Unknown to anyone, 5 of the radios are defective. If a customer tests 3 different clock radios selected at random, what is the probability distribution of X=number of defective radios in the sample space?
Koi es question mein help kr do please 😭

I am a loser girl, I have no good clothes no good food no good face or IQ, no future, I scored 70% in olevels after that my parents just indirectly telling me to not go any further and waste their money and energy, they show hate, im disheartened, I deserve to rid me of myself!

1. Clothes doesn’t define a person, I’m sure I have way worse than yours
2. At least you have food to eat and face is irrelevant because they fear looks beget proudness
3. Idk where you’re measuring your IQ but those tests are general maths questions and not everyone is good at math but they are good in other subjects
4. 70% is low lol? You still have a good chance to land a better university. My cousin got admission abroad and that too below 70% score in O Levels
5. I think you should go till bachelors because degree will benefit you a lot
6. They don’t hate you, probably they’re frustrated with themselves due to financial pressure
7. If you do the maths, you’re still within those 30% of the Pak’s population who have the privilege to do O Levels. I think its even less than 30%
8. Don’t settle for marriage before completing your education. A woman’s education is necessary for the grooming of the future generation. Maybe this experience will guide you as to what you should not be doing with your kids when they face tough times.
Grades, clothes, looks nothing defines your worth. Your worth lies in your actions and behaviour. You’re not alive to impress the people on earth, impress Allah only. This world will always find a reason to hate you no matter how much success you attain.

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Maths teacher after damn minute: smjh me aya kya💀

My maths teacher was like if you don't understand ask me 100 times I will clear your doubt 100 times and if you just raised your hand twice in his class you are done with your life 💀💀.

📚 Your child is struggling with maths, do you help them yourself, hire a tutor, or talk to the teacher?

Probably see if there was a study group they could join or a tutor if I could afford one. I'd help them the best I could, but honestly it's been ages since I studied maths haha and have forgotten a lot, besides basics.

Education important to you.?

james24540954’s Profile PhotoJames
I think a good education can help you a lot. Not always with jobs haha but in life it can teach you important things. Like how laws of physics work, writing properly, reading, exploring creativity, maths, making things. All sorts. Even working to deadlines can help teach you how to manage time better for other stuff in life.
People don't need to go to university to be smart, but other education I think really does help build that foundation.

📚 Your child is struggling with maths, do you help them yourself, hire a tutor, or talk to the teacher?

If I had children, I could home school them myself with the aid of traditional / experienced tutors. I would have absolutely no desire to allow propagandists and other unhinged extremists to indoctrinate my kids and poison their impressionable minds.

Do you think that children who cant study well can also have a bright future like children who can study well?

mahnoorshaykh’s Profile Photomhnr.
I'm the child who wasn't very good academically and once I gave lecture to my seniors in a collage on request from principal's son and they all went to the principal office to request him to hire me as lecturer.
For more you can visit my LinkedIn 🥱✌️
If you're not good at something it mostly just means your brain works differently. Like you'll see people with a creative, artistic mind being forced to do maths. They are suppose to be in art and design field, not in maths or science.

Is everything we think we know only limited by our beliefs and subjective perspectives?

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Everything we know is limited by the priority we give to the topic. I would say that most of the knowledge I learned about maths except for the basics is gone by now. Because I was never good at maths it never had too much priority in my life. But I know how to be there for the people I love, how to write a short story or how to calm myself down through drawing because that's important to me. So yes, the knowledge that we let happen to take influence us is always a subjective process.

The most helpful advice you've got from someone so far?🌝

ash_m_khattak’s Profile PhotoAsher
My father. Bachpan se mjhy math mushkil lgta ha and he always said jis cheez se jitna dro gy wo utna sr py chary ge. Jese hi feel ho you’re afraid of something us k peechy pr jao whether it is practising a lot of maths, climbing heights, going in dark, availing an opportunity in uncertainty or any human. Ye implement krny ma bht mushkil lga ha mjhy but it’s worth it.

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