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    America ... good in math?

    I don't think so.

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    I think the countries that are high level in math are Korea and China.
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    America's education system is equivalent to a child with Downs Syndrome. My tutor was originally from Germany and taught me Calculus before I was 12 years of age, meanwhile the American public school I went to was barely scratching division. It's a joke.

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    Exam : 5 + 5 = 9

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    well we have higher knowledge then most countries
    and math suxs

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    Quote Originally Posted by blargfoot View Post
    I don't think so.
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    Southeast region of Los Angeles, 99% Asians, 8th grade
    Too many Geometry students to the point where the lowest passing ones on the Algebra I final were forced to retake Algebra I
    If you advance by 1 level each year, it should be Calculus (excluding Statistics since it could be taken anytime after Algebra II) by Junior/11th in high school (Geometry [8th] > Algebra II [9th] > Precalculus/Trigonometry [10th] > Calculus [11th])

    Moved to Northern California, 99% Caucasians moderate/conservative Christians, 11th grade
    Only 6-15 max (including me) are Juniors taking Calculus

    America fails at math in part where intellectual thoughts are barely promoted (barely any football in the high school I was suppose to attend back in LA, so much hype in NorCal)
    My conclusion for reason is organized religion because it doesn't promote curiosity but rather being satisfied with the given or even don't care about knowledge
    That said, I still have only met 1 or 2 Christians who only try to maintain their relations with just God and the Bible (not sure which version)
    So yeah, religion is problem, and if anyone wants to debate on me with that, VM me, make another thread, or something (and don't use people like Kepler, Galileo, Newton, Einstein, or other well respected and credited scientists that are SOMEWHAT religious; they're the 1 in many ratio of smarts to idiots)
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    Troll nomination. Allah and Muhammad for 1400 years of bullshit.

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    America just has a few scattered people who are actually gifted. The rest just slide on with their hard work.

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    But they good In english

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    Quote Originally Posted by *Phantom* View Post
    But they good In english
    No, Americans are not. If you pay attention to American English compared to proper English, you will be appalled at how absolutely moronic most Americans sound. English came as a Germanic language, yet the way it is perceived now isn't even under circumstantial recognition by any foreign country with the same tense firms of proper vernacular.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lehsyrus View Post
    America's education system is equivalent to a child with Downs Syndrome. My tutor was originally from Germany and taught me Calculus before I was 12 years of age, meanwhile the American public school I went to was barely scratching division. It's a joke.
    calculus at 12 LOL
    okay

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    Quote Originally Posted by noob555 View Post
    calculus at 12 LOL
    okay
    Sorry it was so hard for you to find derivatives and integrals. Sorry division a multiplication of the common factor of binumerals is difficult for you as well, though to other countries, they aren't sorry that you couldn't do basic problems at the age of 12

    I'll make it easy for your slow mind. If you have one variable, and you need to find two more conjugated variables, you use calculus. Oh mah GAWD so easy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lehsyrus View Post


    Sorry it was so hard for you to find derivatives and integrals. Sorry division a multiplication of the common factor of binumerals is difficult for you as well, though to other countries, they aren't sorry that you couldn't do basic problems at the age of 12

    I'll make it easy for your slow mind. If you have one variable, and you need to find two more conjugated variables, you use calculus. Oh mah GAWD so easy!
    Basic calculus =/= knowing calculus

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    Quote Originally Posted by noob555 View Post
    Basic calculus =/= knowing calculus
    That's the most moronic thing you've ever posted. If someone knows he basics of ANYTHING, then they know that said subject. Try may not know the advanced techniques, but literally and figuratively they still know that subject. But keep thinking what you want, your posts are just instigation techniques to attempt to start issues with your egocentric attitude. Enjoy being an ignorant little fool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lehsyrus View Post


    That's the most moronic thing you've ever posted. If someone knows he basics of ANYTHING, then they know that said subject. Try may not know the advanced techniques, but literally and figuratively they still know that subject. But keep thinking what you want, your posts are just instigation techniques to attempt to start issues with your egocentric attitude. Enjoy being an ignorant little fool.
    so I'm a ignorant little fool because I'm making the same types of assumptions you are.

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