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PostSubject: Happy... end of something :D   Wed Jun 01, 2011 4:58 pm

For those who finish some sort of school, good luck finding a new school, or work, or whatever you will do next.

For those who finish yet another year, happy summer holidays.

For those who are at work, well, at least TRY to have some sort of holidays, or at least try to find a sunny spot at work.


And for everyone, thanks for another year at the funny and amusing world of Battlefield 1942 Secret Weapons of World War 2 Multiplayer demo.



(This is nicest thing you will hear in a while from me, so be goddamn happy Very Happy )

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PostSubject: Re: Happy... end of something :D   Wed Jun 01, 2011 6:00 pm

1st sentence fits me perfectly.
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PostSubject: Re: Happy... end of something :D   Wed Jun 01, 2011 6:11 pm

Somebody call 911, i think iron is delirious or very sick.

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PostSubject: Re: Happy... end of something :D   Wed Jun 01, 2011 8:18 pm

can't im in shock
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PostSubject: Re: Happy... end of something :D   Wed Jun 01, 2011 9:06 pm

I ride a robot unicorn that shoots rainbows, your argument is invalid.

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PostSubject: Re: Happy... end of something :D   Wed Jun 01, 2011 9:14 pm

thats normal you...
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PostSubject: Re: Happy... end of something :D   Thu Jun 02, 2011 6:52 am

evf. IronSky wrote:
I ride a robot unicorn that shoots rainbows, your argument is invalid.

HEY BUT WHERES IRON HORSE!!!
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PostSubject: Re: Happy... end of something :D   Fri Jun 03, 2011 7:10 am

i wish i passed cuz the fucking mathmatics is so annoying and hard and i cant understand anything in it they give me things like a(-5-2) = ? WTF is that,Fuck Newton only because an apple came on his head he annoyed alllllll Earth with his mathmatics bs,einstein is ok i guess he invented planes they dont teach us about planes in schools Surprised


i would like to add something also Very Happy
thanks all for letting me pwn you and annoy you and joke laugh have fun with you guys
i did many Great things this year and stuff i might not experience again in my Gaming life like me and Super idk how he was so mad im so mad 2 we smoked ciggs while playing Very Happy knifing actually and when i ignored asad Very Happy,i knifed iron i did Good Very Happy,he was Lazy -.-,i dueld hankes AND many many stuff but too bad im gone again and get on PC max 3 hours a aday Very Happy
and lol i choose who wins and who looses in other servers buy changing tickets and yes Staying unbanned on the server and this Great Forum
so good luck for all who passed schoool
and who Failed lol pwnd
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PostSubject: Re: Happy... end of something :D   Sat Jun 04, 2011 9:11 am

Dark-Devil wrote:
(-5-2) = ?


-5-2= -7
-5+2=-3
-5+10=+5

Want mathematics lessons devil iam free these days after all... PM me if you do!
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PostSubject: Re: Happy... end of something :D   Sat Jun 04, 2011 11:04 am

LOL it isnt - and ROFL you must do whole stuff iDK HOW weird very weird stuff you type letters like ⅛ ≤ ½ and A B D E
i give you one Of em
A(π²xD)
¼F(π²xG)
Do it -.-
FFS
Space of the ball : 4 A π²
WEIRD STUFF AS I SAID

only thing i know in mathmatics is +,-,÷
and the circle is 360 Very Happy thats all
and thats what we will need in our life if we arnt Building Houses and engineering
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PostSubject: Re: Happy... end of something :D   Sun Jun 05, 2011 1:33 pm

Dark-Devil wrote:
LOL it isnt - and ROFL you must do whole stuff iDK HOW weird very weird stuff you type letters like ⅛ ≤ ½ and A B D E
i give you one Of em
A(π²xD)
¼F(π²xG)
Do it -.-
FFS
Space of the ball : 4 A π²
WEIRD STUFF AS I SAID

only thing i know in mathmatics is +,-,÷
and the circle is 360 Very Happy thats all
and thats what we will need in our life if we arnt Building Houses and engineering

Taken from Dr. Math.

But there are two really important reasons for learning math that
don't directly link to how you will use it in your daily life.

The first is basically "the more you know, the more options you have
available." I'm 21 years old. Almost everyone I know who is my age
either had no idea what he or she wanted to do 5 years ago, or they
thought they knew but then changed their minds later. (Actually, a
fair number of my friends STILL don't know what they want to do.) I
have one close friend who wanted to be a computer scientist until he
got to college, and then he changed his mind and he's now studying
politics. But all the math that he learned for computer science has
helped him with the statistical analysis and economics he has to study
as part of his politics work. Fractions, geometry, algebra, and trig
will all be integrated into just about anything you ever want to
study, and having practiced those things in high school will allow
you to not have to worry about relearning them later. Slope-intercept
form for economic graphs or for population models in biology should be
second nature, so that you don't have to worry about math later and
can focus on what you really do want to study.

For example, let's say you want to be an ecologist. Ecologists often
study population size. Let's say that you're studying a population
whose size increases like this: size = 2 * time + 100. This is a
standard slope-intercept equation. A lot of people don't want to learn
slope-intercept because it doesn't seem to have any point. But if you
understand it enough that you don't have to think about it, then when
you see an equation like that, you won't have to worry about the math
at all and you can just think about the ecology.

So basically, the idea here is that if you learn math now, then when
you're confronted with math later in life, you won't have to worry
about it at all and instead you can just pay attention to what you
want to.

The alternative strategy is to not learn math now. You can wait and
see what math you end up needing for your job or your future education
and just learn that. That's okay in principle, but you'll end up
playing "catch-up" all the time.

When I finished the math requirements at college, I was really happy
at the time because I didn't like math then and I was glad to be done
with it. These past couple of years, I've gotten interested in
computer science as a hobby. However, not having any advanced math I
can't go very far with it, so if I wanted to do anything with it, I'd
have to go back and take a lot of math classes that would've been
easier for me to take a couple of years ago.

Since you don't know for sure what you're going to do with your life,
it's best to keep your options open. Of course, you can't learn
everything, and sooner or later you have to decide what you do want to
study. But, whatever it is, having a good background in math will put
you ahead.

The second reason to study math is that it gives you a different
perspective on things. I think that most people hate math because it
is taught just as an exercise in memorization. You get the impression
that all there is to math is just a bunch of formulas that you can
look up in a book. I think of math as something totally different.
Check out these two links:

What is Mathematics?
http://www.mathforum.org/dr.math/problems/erum.09.22.00.html

Philosophy of the Truths of Mathematics
http://www.mathforum.org/dr.math/problems/lauren.02.28.01.html

The way to be good at math is not to memorize a whole lot of different
things, it's just to memorize a few small things and then play around
with them and see what else you get.

For example, what is algebra? Well, you already know about
multiplication, division, addition, and subtraction. One day (a long,
long time ago) somebody who knew all of those things was sitting
around and thinking. Below is my own cartoonish recreation of what
might have happened.

This person (we'll call him or her "Pat") was sitting around thinking
about addition.

Pat knew that 3 + 4 = 7

Then Pat thought "what would happen to the equation if I added one to
both sides?" Pat tried it and got: 3 + 4 + 1 = 7 + 1

Pat realized right away that this new equation was also true. So then
Pat went back to the original equation: 3 + 4 = 7 and decided to
subtract 3 from both sides and got: 3 + 4 - 3 = 7 - 3.

Pat then did some arithmetic, and ended up with: 4 = 4.

Right away, Pat realized that this was something that could be applied
to new, different things. What Pat thought next was "what if I didn't
know one of the numbers?"

Pat was already familiar with equations like this: 3 + 4 = ?, and knew
that you could solve those equations.

What Pat decided to try was something a little different: ? - 4 = 7.
Pat knew from before that you can add or subtract the same number from
both sides of an equation (see above) and you'll still have a true
equation. So what Pat did was to add 4 to both sides of this equation
and got:

? - 4 + 4 = 7 + 4

After a little bit more arithmetic, Pat ended up with ? = 11.

So math is not just a bunch of memorization. If it's taught well, math
is just an extension of a few basic ideas to more and more complicated
applications. Algebra is not something new to learn, it's just another
way to do addition and subtraction and multiplication and division,
only with numbers and letters instead of just with numbers.

For a look at how complicated mathematical formulas are really just a
new way to look at old formulas you already know, check out:

Remembering Area Formulas
http://www.mathforum.org/dr.math/problems/summer.12.23.01.html

A classic example for me of how math is an exciting exploration of
simple ideas that leads you to interesting results is the "golden
ratio." The golden ratio is a number (about 1.62). If you make a
rectangle where one side is equal to some number (whatever number you
like) and the other is equal to that number times the golden ratio, it
turns out to be a really pretty rectangle (at least as pretty as
rectangles get). In fact, if I told you to just draw a rectangle on a
piece of paper, you'd probably draw one that came pretty close to the
golden ratio.

Also, if you then take that rectangle and cut it up into a square and
another rectangle, the new rectangle that you make will also have the
golden ratio. You can then take the new rectangle and do the same
thing to that, on down forever, and each rectangle you make doing that
will have the golden ratio. You can then connect the corners of these
rectangles you've made and it makes a really pretty spiral (called the
golden spiral) which has other neat mathematical properties.

So one day there was some guy named Fibonacci. And he thought of an
interesting way to make a sequence of numbers. You start with the
sequence {1, 1}. Then to get the next number of the sequence, you
just add the last two numbers in it together. So you get {1, 1, 2}.
Then you add the last two number of that sequence together to make a
new sequence {1, 1, 2, 3}. After a couple of more times, you'll end up
with {1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13}.

Now here's the cool part: One day someone asked themself what the
ratio is between each number in the Fibonacci sequence and the number
before it. So what that person did was take a number and divide it by
the one before. At first it didn't look too interesting, but the
person kept at it for a little while. As he got to bigger and bigger
numbers, he realized that the ratio of numbers in the Fibonacci
sequence gets closer and closer to the golden ratio. He then went on
to prove using calculus that as the numbers go on to infinity, the
ratio will EXACTLY approach the golden ratio.

Just imagine how exciting that must have been. To start with a simple
pattern like the Fibonacci sequence that anyone can understand and to
end up finding a ratio that has really cool mathematical properties
when you look at rectangles and spirals!

All of math is, as far as I see it, an exploration of what happens
when we assume certain basic "axioms" about the world and then see
what we get from that. There have been some very surprising results
that have opened the door to new questions about what our simple
assumptions and trivial starting places will take us next.

If you want to learn a bit more about the golden ratio and the
Fibonacci sequence, check out the Dr. Math FAQ:

Golden Ratio, Fibonacci Sequence
http://mathforum.org/dr.math/faq/faq.golden.ratio.html

So math really is important for your daily life, no matter what you
want to do. It's true that not everything you learn will be needed
later, but you never know what you'll want to do, and the more you
know and have to build on, the better off you'll be. Also, if you look
at it the right way, math is not a chore of memorization, it's a game
where you start with a few simple rules and see what more complicated
rules you can come up with using those simple tools.
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