I was just being cynical or ugly or cynically ugly. I suppose that even those people have a place in the world.

]]>Hi anna_gg;

Your welcome. Just do not let him turn into one of those math types that start every proof with the words, "let g be a group" or "let G be a metric." 441 pages later they finish off with "which is what we set out to prove!"

LOL Indeed!!!

]]>Your welcome. Just do not let him turn into one of those math types that start every proof with the words, "let g be a group" or "let G be a metric." 441 pages later they finish off with "which is what we set out to prove!"

]]>Very good! I wish him good luck.

Thank you so much bobbym!

]]>Very good! You must be very proud of him. What would he like to do as his life's work?

He wants to become a mechanical or electrical engineer.

]]>Which one?

In Greece - National Technical University of Athens. We are Greeks

]]>Sorry to hear that. Probability problems are tough for everybody, tell him not to feel bad. Personally, I feel the problem is too strong for high school.

Not if you are a candidate to the polytechnic

]]>Is that good?

]]>Hi anna_gg;

Probably just a typo.

Obviously, no worries

BTW my son got 2/5 on this question

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