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ganesh
2009-06-21 21:40:15

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Tigeree
2009-06-21 21:21:20

Teachers say, thats who. rolleyes

bobbym
2009-05-22 06:33:48

Who says!

Sarah12
2009-05-22 02:21:59

big_smile:cool:well there is lots of games,that you can play on here math is nice but you have to have math for School.!!!!

bobbym
2009-04-21 17:24:37

quittyqat
2009-04-21 11:57:49

You got it!up

P.S. What is the reciprocal of 4?

bobbym
2009-04-19 16:10:40

Hi quittyqat;

I got this one!

My answer



bobbym

quittyqat
2009-04-09 11:48:19

quittyqat
2009-04-09 11:47:08

Chewy
2008-10-05 10:54:26

toyjons wrote:

hey. i`m from sweden and i was wondering something.... why do you have such a complicated measuring system. you have like 3 , 17 and 1670 or something.... but in sweden(europe) we have like evrything is devided in 10 or multiplayed....

P.S srry for my bad english D.S

Yeah, like :

5,280 feet = 1 mile
3 feet = 1 yard etc... you mean like that ?

When I was in grade school (I'm American btw), the teachers told us that the US would go metric for certain. I am disappointed that it hasn't. We are exposed to a bit more metric system than back then (the '70's in my case), but we are still using the old English system. Even the British (correct me if I am wrong ! please smile) are using metrics !

But I think the answer, Toyjons, to your question is that in America's case, it is part stubborness, and habit. Or arrogance and laziness, not sure.

toyjons
2008-10-03 21:53:32

hey. i`m from sweden and i was wondering something.... why do you have such a complicated measuring system. you have like 3 , 17 and 1670 or something.... but in sweden(europe) we have like evrything is devided in 10 or multiplayed....

P.S srry for my bad english D.S

Tigeree
2008-09-27 14:02:28

Welcome to the forum Bailey Freeland!  wave
Hope you enjoy ur time here.
Math can b fun if u make it that way.

Bailey Freeland
2008-09-27 02:23:59

math is very boaring  but the games are awesome!!!!

:lol::cool:

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