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#1 2017-04-29 17:47:12

Monox D. I-Fly
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Learning Kanji from a Math Person's Viewpoint

Hey everyone. I make a Facebook page in which we learn Kanji from a viewpoint of a mathematic graduate cause I am one myself. It's all in Indonesian, though. Here is the page:
https://facebook.com/ShuugakuHitoKaraKanjiNiNarau/
This is the first image which I uploaded there:
17992338_1249539205166478_5806092878597818887_n.jpg?efg=eyJpIjoiYiJ9&_nc_eui2=v1%3AAeGdO1YOipo7m9K8abrdXVpLcJ5SDe-CkMRSIao6W7MjfNoqBK0C0G_sDoz0enHRE_luU-CHAEEvX6AHs1201V_NBFbGziFHno9qL1ZdCMongrF-nKyxBCvb4u4dqZ5xt7g&oh=b39e529f94118ca70f065e0089893625&oe=59865DA7
The Kanji for 1, 2, and 3 are similar to their Roman numeral (I, II, and III) rotated 90 degrees (一, 二 and 三).

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