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Old 08-26-2005, 10:03 PM
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Psssht number theory for me was an English book taught buy an old incomrehensible German guy that couldnt operate a cellphone. Oh and were are the calculator problems??
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Old 08-26-2005, 10:08 PM
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Printing this out, mom's a highschool math teacher. thanks.

calculus anyone? ANYONE!?!
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Old 08-26-2005, 11:22 PM
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I dropped out of Calc 3, ah, 15 years ago. Calculus what?
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Originally Posted by Spenser
------- mexicans.
Last thing close to a Mexican you saw is the burrito Kyle stuck up your ***.
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Originally Posted by 1337
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------- mexicans.
Last thing close to a Mexican you saw is the burrito Kyle stuck up your ***.
That's pretty impressive, considering they live about 1000 miles away.
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Originally Posted by SinisterCRX
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------- mexicans.
Last thing close to a Mexican you saw is the burrito Kyle stuck up your ***.
That's pretty impressive, considering they live about 1000 miles away.

don't that b da truf

mutivariable calculus is much easier than integral calculus, and diff eq is a real bitch
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Quite an interesting story, I really love math, but I can also help with research papers, I help students with this type of work, on my website you will find all the necessary information.
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