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#4 - zoef (10/14/2013) [-]
"As am i supposed to add A and B"
#1 - demonruler (10/14/2013) [+] (5 replies)
x = 1/2+(7A+7B)divided by 2
User avatar #2 to #1 - herpsog ONLINE (10/14/2013) [-]
this is why you're no fun at parties
#5 - WhatIsGwaning (10/14/2013) [+] (3 replies)
studying Aeronautical Engineering

Dem feels bro
User avatar #9 - stereojunkie (10/14/2013) [-]
Studying Applied Physics here

Jesus ******* christ so much math, I love it
#14 - akatsasuke (10/14/2013) [-]
It doesn't look too horrible, but that is a fourth dimensional equation. It's a whore to graph.
User avatar #12 - mammafakkerz (10/14/2013) [-]
**** you people and your math! I got lost at the middle school one, and thats why im in an apprenticeship or whatever you call it. not english, obviously
#6 - lolollo (10/14/2013) [-]
Are you kidding? I hate numbers. In theory classes, when you're learning about math in a way where one equation equates to an entire paragraph that explains how some misc thing works in reality, the variables are supposed to line up in a way that fits the theory. Unfortunately, to test this, you can't have the equation on you. You have to commit it to memory. It's intimidating, but simple once you learn how to learn it. Like effective population size when there's a different ratio of males to females is the product of the two populations over the total population.

Oh, except you multiply it by four because **** your mother.

If you forget the four, the equation doesn't work.

And you have no idea how many times I've had to just randomly multiply a number by 5 to get to a coherent answer in physics, yet when I asked the professor, all he could say was "That's how it is in the equation."
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