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warriortears warriortears 22-25 21 Answers Jan 15, 2013 in Community

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like just about everything.

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Most of what I learned about history.

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Alegbra

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Pluto being a planet the food pyramid.

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good answer

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Calculus

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Social science

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chaucer

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Photosynthesis - it's annoying to spell too..

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dba<x>se III

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Learning to use the mimeograph and adding machine. There was that really nice IBM Selectric typewriter, too.

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Home Economics. Our school had next to no budget and we had barely any materials to work with. I remember we made instant pudding, did dishes, baked brownies and were supposed to sew, but never did. Useless. I just hung out with my mom and grandma and they taught me what I needed to know to cook, clean and sew.

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finding the value of x and y

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I feel whatever I learned in school is useful ... not in the sense that I use Algebra everyday or that the geology class comes into conversation everyday ... but those classes taught me to think and to come up with a conclusion. I gotta feeling if more people took their studies seriously in school there'd be less problems in the world today as a lot of people don't think because they never learned to and only parrot what other people tell them.

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American History. It's non existent now.

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Nearly everything.<br />
School didn't teach me math. I had to teach myself. School didn't teach me English. My parents did. <br />
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School taught me that a good kid keeps their mouth shut... and I completely disregard **** like that.

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alot

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