The Bulbagarden Conversational Chat Thread Vol 4 - Page 1004

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I was kinda exaggerating there.

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Originally Posted by Joltik
Well, even then you still have to use math when doing things like balancing a check book or playing taxes. are we talking about basic or advanced math?
I'd consider cheque books very basic maths.
Originally Posted by H-con
I honestly must say that I pity you then.
because I dont wish to find the speed of a train or find x from some nonsense application?

Originally Posted by Jack Pschitt
But you guys, you don't know how many times I have to figure out the volume of a rhombus and then divide it by three in every-day life.
I do that almost as much as I fuck animals.

I.e. never.

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H-Con, what is your UTM zone?

You do have to use math in everyday life, depending on your job you will most likely need to be able to calculate standard deviation, etc, and use simple math.

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Originally Posted by Jack Pschitt
But you guys, you don't know how many times I have to figure out the volume of a rhombus and then divide it by three in every-day life.
A rhombus is a two dimensional shape, it does not have a volume.

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Originally Posted by TheMissingno.
Originally Posted by Jack Pschitt
But you guys, you don't know how many times I have to figure out the volume of a rhombus and then divide it by three in every-day life.
A rhombus is a two dimensional shape, it does not have a volume.
I assumed it could be made three-dimensional by just stretching it out to make a base measurement.

But seriously I don't know what the hell I'm talking about.

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I get that math is important, but still. It can be so boring and difficult. xD

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It took me too long to remember what a rhombus was.

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For some reason, I've known what a parallelagram is for as long as I can remember.

I'm not even sure I spelled it right.

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Originally Posted by Jack Pschitt
Originally Posted by TheMissingno.
Originally Posted by Jack Pschitt
But you guys, you don't know how many times I have to figure out the volume of a rhombus and then divide it by three in every-day life.
A rhombus is a two dimensional shape, it does not have a volume.
I assumed it could be made three-dimensional by just stretching it out to make a base measurement.

But seriously I don't know what the hell I'm talking about.
Then it would be a prism or something.

im smartical

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My Math teacher has a ton of math based puns on the walls of his room.

Most are groan worthy

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Originally Posted by Sunburn
You do have to use math in everyday life, depending on your job you will most likely need to be able to calculate standard deviation, etc, and use simple math.
day to day i do adding, subtracting..not even multiplication. very, very basic maths.
Originally Posted by TheMissingno.
A rhombus is a two dimensional shape, it does not have a volume.
i did not know that.
Originally Posted by Jack Pschitt
I assumed it could be made three-dimensional by just stretching it out to make a base measurement.
I have literally no idea what that means.
Originally Posted by chibichernikova
I get that math is important, but still. It can be so boring and difficult. xD
It's all boring haha.
Originally Posted by Joltik
It took me too long to remember what a rhombus was.
Like asparagus, right?

Originally Posted by Jack Pschitt
For some reason, I've known what a parallelagram is for as long as I can remember.

I'm not even sure I spelled it right.
You're a parallelogram.

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If you use money, then you do math.

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Originally Posted by FABuLUSH!
because I dont wish to find the speed of a train or find x from some nonsense application?
How is that nonsense anyways?

Originally Posted by Sunburn
H-Con, what is your UTM zone?
You mean time zone, right? I'm the same as Paris, and the like, GMT +2 at the moment

Originally Posted by chibichernikova
I get that math is important, but still. It can be so boring and difficult. xD
In applications, it's pretty bloody important, yes. Not that most people need to those calculations, that's what we have computers for, after all.

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I recognized asparagus instantly, so no.

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