## the problem is, most people don't,

and therefore, a weirdo is born!## I honestly really like math

and am fascinated by it. I know there are some things I learn that I may never use again in life, but it's very interesting to me in the changes and the way that math works. it's quite magical even. I do pretty well in the subject, but I hope to become even better and impress...
pearlishx
18-21, F
1
Nov 18, 2014

## Mathematics is the most amazing subject anyone

can learn. It acts like a second (universal) language and everyone should love it too. Currently, I'm bored with the SIMPLE Math my grade throws at me.. Soo, I've been teaching myself much higher levels of Math (Calculus) for a challenge.
boggbinny
16-17, M
1 Response
6
Jun 25, 2015

## One Of The Reasons I Love This World

I remember that I really didnt like it at school, but one of the reaons to bear it was maths n it really made my childhood more interesting. I loved to solve the problems so much n once I tried so hard to solve a problem before learning variables n when later I found out that...## The first day I heard the name 'math' I was

confused. People told me that mathematics was something awful and it killed you and stuff like that. So on the first day of school, when the math teacher came , I got really scared so I blurted out: Please don't punish me if I'm not any good at math! She smiled. She said...## Algebra! I take algebra

so seriously. It upholds the language of the universe...! Man, I just love maths so much. Next year, if I do really well because maths A will harder... I'll get moved to maths B. That'll be fun!## I remember when I hated math

and thought it was hard and that I'll never be good at it. I always got good grades in all my subjects except mathematics when I was in school and I now realized that it was because I wasn't trying at all. Math is one of those subjects where you have to practice to get it right...
insanecrazyweird
22-25, F
1 Response
5
Aug 15, 2015

## I am thinking too much about trivial things,

and the only shield form my thought's storm is solving mathematics and physics exercises, they are amusing, better than talking to a friend. A friend generally sends you ideas which are you obliged to think about, and also, talking to a friend is tiresome because you display...
AoNoSora
18-21
1
Nov 21, 2014

## No Problems to Solve Yet?

Why don't we open a thread for interesting problems?
Thought1
22-25
1 Response
2
Jun 26, 2009

## I really love math☺️ guess you could call

me a nerd😂
xmaddiekendallx
18-21, F
3 Responses
3
Jul 25, 2014

## I'm TA'ing a linear algebra class in the fall -

so excited!! It's my first time being a TA :)
jsalem
22-25, M
2 Responses
2
May 19, 2014

## I Want To Be A Physicist.

I want to find, and learn, about the world I live in. And I love mathematics. To me, order is beautiful. And what's beyond the universe? To me, that would mean ultimate success, if I discovered something, or made a provable theory, that rocked the world of physics...
Hatter4
18-21, F
1
Aug 17, 2012

## Can someone please help me with Laws of Cosines?

I'm struggling greatly, and I need to pass. I'd very well appreciate it
curvycam
18-21, F
1
Apr 9, 2016

## Okay, our school has no maths club.

That's why I decided that why not set up a club? So, I talked with my best friends and they said OK, let's give a try! So I went to all four classes and asked who all wants to join. At least 50 student signed. I was super happy! Then was the time to ask the teachers and get...
earthsmoon13
13-15, F
4 Responses
10
Feb 2, 2016

## How much maths do you know?

?? I love circular functions, and calculus!!!
Ambititer
18-21, M
0
Sep 30, 2015

## The new love of my life.

.. Considering a swap from engineering to mathematics... Any input?
Jpb8773
41-45, M
0
Feb 15, 2014

## How many different ways can youput a pack of

cards in order?You can arrange these 13 cardsin over 6 billion ways!This demonstration is taken from the book DO YOU FEEL LUCKY?•Suppose you have 1 card: A. There's only one way you can put it in order.•If you have two cards A and B, you can arrange them in two...
expressomarkie
46-50
1
May 25, 2015

## I'm still waiting for the day

that I will actually use the following in real life..... x² + y +8 [(x + 2y ² = a-z] + 2x ³ + (- 2z = 2. 4) + 10y - 5Z ³= k= 9
expressomarkie
46-50
2 Responses
3
Dec 30, 2015