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First PostHello everyone at Math is Fun. I am Watanake. I really love math and was glad to find this forum. I am interested in set theory. I just started learning about it. I really enjoyed the thread on group theory. Hope eventually I can add something useful to one of the threads. #2 20060808 09:59:53
Re: First PostOh, Hi watanake. Thanks for finding us. I love this forum. I found it about a year ago myself! igloo myrtilles fourmis #3 20060808 10:23:40
Re: First PostI love set theory myself. My reason is that almost no matter what math you learn, it has something to do with sets. They are so basic yet so powerful. "In the real world, this would be a problem. But in mathematics, we can just define a place where this problem doesn't exist. So we'll go ahead and do that now..." #5 20060918 03:07:39
Re: First PostWelcome to the forum! The world revolves around me. Deal with it. #6 20061227 21:32:34
Re: First PostWelcome Welcome Welcome Watanake "Let us realize that: the privilege to work is a gift, the power to work is a blessing, the love of work is success!"  David O. McKay #7 20070102 14:22:45
Re: First Posthello watanake!... nice name!!... Don’t compare your life to others. You have no idea what their journey is all about. ^_^ #10 20070104 15:39:18
Re: First PostI am new to this forum. I teach at the high school level Special Education (functionally mentally delayed students). I am currently working on a RANK I program and I am looking for ideas that will help me teach money concepts, banking, and check writing. Any ideas would be helpful! #11 20070104 20:12:05
Re: First PostHi Baskets, "The physicists defer only to mathematicians, and the mathematicians defer only to God ..."  Leon M. Lederman #12 20070106 19:54:25
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welcome to the forum,baskets "Let us realize that: the privilege to work is a gift, the power to work is a blessing, the love of work is success!"  David O. McKay 