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So true, imagine what would happened if I told my teacher this when she asked why didn't I do my math homework
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Love Calvin and Hobbes! 
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By the way who asked this stupid question...
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Though humans have always understood the concept of nothing or having nothing, the concept of zero is relatively new — it only fully developed in the fifth century A.D. Before then, mathematicians struggled to perform the simplest arithmetic calculations. Today, zero — both as a symbol (or numeral) and a concept meaning the absence of any quantity — allows us to perform calculus, do complicated equations, and to have invented computers.

http://www.livescience.com/27853-who-invented-zero.html
http://www.straightdope.com/columns/read/1633/is-zero-a-number
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Zero amounts to a lot when placed in series to the right of real number not preceded by a decimal point. Ask Donald Trump or Bill Gates.
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lol
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always says that a=b then they prove it 2=1 or 1=2 here I introduce they easiest way to find 1=2 or 2=1 let seeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee  (1)      pt 1=2
              1=2
   (2)     P.T  2=1
               2=1
note :do not make these foolish mathematics it is a shame
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:)
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nice
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expand 2(x+y)
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Easy! Lol
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Never get enough of math?!?! 
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Enough!!enough!!!))))))
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hahahaha....it's part of the 1 hour fooling around daily...lolzz
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Arkadeep Mukhopadhyay originally shared to Science on G+ (• Physics):
 
Who can prove this?
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s is common for position or displacement
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Still, there would be a smaaall chance then that one of those infinity-1 mathematicians will indeed crave and order the 2nd beer.
The bartender is never wrong!
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lolz
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My magic number is 464646j . Note the JAY
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Child reaction on the math book! :)
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well said...+Umair bin Mansoor how did u know? we never told anybody. of course we hate been called average, normal, common.... how can anyone say normal to us when we are extremely inimitable..? thanks a lot for saying we're not normal. that's the very word we covet most...thanks again buddy...!! Love from fred & george weasley..^_^
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+Tahseen Mahmood got it
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Joke:

Windows is so bad even Microsoft is abandoning it!

Cheers!
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Misplaced Moral
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+Seby iuga There's a common belief that Common Core has specific, absurd ways of teaching and that it bans specific techniques.

Both of those are nonsense. Common Core encourages teachers to look beyond the traditional algorithms and allow students to approach problems more creatively. I've yet to experience anything from a legitimate Common Core source (as opposed to teachers or administrators going off half-cocked) that says, for instance, "Thou shalt never teach students to borrow."

Read more at the source: http://www.corestandards.org/
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Am tired mathematics +Random things follow this page
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Wow
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