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Oh wow it was actually exactly 9 months! My cousin was born ON his dads birthday!

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Ya once I was sitting with my friends at lunch and a kid was sitting alone a couple seats
Over so I scooted to sit right I'm front of him and instead of talking to me he takes my seat where I originally was!

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I can imagine a bit of basic algebra in a grocery store, to figure out a price before discount or something, but why would anyone do calc in a grocery store?

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_pi_ _pi_

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Because you're thinking "when will I use this in real life?" and the real life situation you think of is in a grocery stores

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Maybe because the concepts just appeal to them more and they find statistics boring?

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Vari

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Stats usually applies more towards every day situations

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I understand using there for all forms of the word, but what was going through your mind when you decided to make it they're?

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It's call a mistake I'm a human not a robot

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nope im a sophomore... my lowest grade is a 77 in algebra 2 because i got a 40% on a test (ooops!) but i just always thought this, not because it relates to me, but it just seems like 70 is a more random number than 50...

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Well, if 50% is passing, that means you only have to know half the information you're taught to pass. That means that teachers are working to have half of the stuff they say go in one of your ears and out the other. To pass a class, one should know more than half the information, or else it was a waste of a learning experience.

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DagGirlYouChugly DagGirlYouChugly

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cool story bro...say it again...cool story bro

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Please tell me you realized I was sarcastically agreeing with you in a clearly uneducated manner to show how wrong this post is.

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no i did :) now be gone, vile creature!

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And then we have more dumbasses running around with no goals or motivation to do better than half **** work.

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okay i just wanted to make things earlier...

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man i **** hated dbqs. and they're a part of both ap and standard curriculum.

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th3don th3don

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I know im just saying this cause on the AP test you only have 50 minutes to write it

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Ehh, I was in ap us history, and I really have to thank them for my bullshitting skills :) plus I think theyre better than the open ended ones cause at least they give you info about the topic :P

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maura17 maura17

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ya it's not too hard to get the answer its just so difficult to write a full essay with all the things they expect you to put in there in just 50 minutes!

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