#1

Any reasonable answers are greatly appreciated.

I need it for a hw assignment and can't think of any.

I need it for a hw assignment and can't think of any.

#2

You must be joking.

#3

To become an algebra teacher.

It is an anagram of 'Grab Ale', one of my hobbies.

It is an anagram of 'Grab Ale', one of my hobbies.

#4

Starting Pit threads.

#5

Become a math teacher

Become a mathmetician

Become a math professor

Become a mathmetician

Become a math professor

#6

If you want to be a maths teacher

If you have a fetish of algebra

if you dont want to have a life

eeeeeeeeeeeeeeasy

If you have a fetish of algebra

if you dont want to have a life

eeeeeeeeeeeeeeasy

#7

1) You want to be a maths teacher

2) You're an an amateur mathematician

3) You work in mathematical research

4) You are a physicist

5) You have nothing better to do with your time

2) You're an an amateur mathematician

3) You work in mathematical research

4) You are a physicist

5) You have nothing better to do with your time

#8

Graduate HS

Graduate College

Get A Good Job

Graduate College

Get A Good Job

#9

You must be joking.

Nope.

#10

You might find it pointless now, and there are actually very few applicable situations you will need it. But most university programs require some level of skill with math, so trust me, if you don't want to screw yourself later, study it now. Even if you're 99% sure that whatever career you want won't involve math, there's always the chance you will change your mind, and will kick yourself when you need to study this stuff at age 20 instead of age 15.

#11

Solve problems for X

Solve problems for Y

Solve problems for Theta

Solve problems for Y

Solve problems for Theta

#12

1) You want to impress chicks.

#13

it gives mathematicians work

it keeps students busy

it gives us a reason to hate school

it keeps students busy

it gives us a reason to hate school

#14

Because it makes you feel like you're doing maths in a secret code!

#15

yo im taking algebra 1 in 7th grade this year

#16

so you can get an "A" on the assignment

#17

Hey, I got a 5 on my A.P. Calculus Exam. So study algebra if you want to be cool like me. By the way, 5 is the highest possible score you can get and A.P. means advanced placement and it is the hardest math course offered in most high schools. **** that though, I am going to college now and am most likely not taking math ever again, even tough it was by best subject in school.

#18

i want u to put thatr there is no uses and pm me and tell me wat ur grade is

#19

If you've got a garden and need to find out how big to make the fence, but don't possess a tape measure.

If you need to find out how long it will take for Sarah and Anish to travel from Heathrow to Wembley Park by train.

If you are a terrorist.

If you need to find out how long it will take for Sarah and Anish to travel from Heathrow to Wembley Park by train.

If you are a terrorist.

#20

no algebra = no modern science = still hanging around in caves hitting each other with rocks and shi-.

#21

Simple architecture calculus, fixing electronic devices, simple physics.

#22

Thanks for useful answers Pit.

Nice to know it hasn't been COMPLETELY overtaken by dumbasses

Except Kensai, his answer is somewhat legitimate.

"Hey ladies, what did pi say to the quadratic of 7?"

"...What the fu

""

"Awww we're sorry! *presents titties*"

""

Nice to know it hasn't been COMPLETELY overtaken by dumbasses

Except Kensai, his answer is somewhat legitimate.

"Hey ladies, what did pi say to the quadratic of 7?"

"...What the fu

**ck is wrong with you?"**""

"Awww we're sorry! *presents titties*"

""

#23

It's very useful in Calculus and trigonometry.

#24

It helps you learn to think. Algebra is all about figuring things out when you don't have all the data handy, and lemmie tell you, in real life it happens ALL TEH F*CK TIME~

#25

1.) Computer Programmer

2.) Math Professor

3.) solving y = ((4x^2 - (x-1))+(2x+4)^2) / ((x+1)(x-1))

2.) Math Professor

3.) solving y = ((4x^2 - (x-1))+(2x+4)^2) / ((x+1)(x-1))

*GO!!*
#26

Thanks for useful answers Pit.

Nice to know it hasn't been COMPLETELY overtaken by dumbasses

Except Kensai, his answer is somewhat legitimate.

"Hey ladies, what did pi say to the quadratic of 7?"

"...What the fuck is wrong with you?"

""

"Awww we're sorry! *presents titties*"

""

That's right, Kensai is the only one you suck up to.

#27

Hey, I got a 5 on my A.P. Calculus Exam. So study algebra if you want to be cool like me. By the way, 5 is the highest possible score you can get and A.P. means advanced placement and it is the hardest math course offered in most high schools. **** that though, I am going to college now and am most likely not taking math ever again, even tough it was by best subject in school.

omg you are so cool

#28

no algebra = no modern science = still hanging around in caves hitting each other with rocks and shi-.

that would be so beautifull

#29

who need algebra

#30

Thanks for useful answers Pit.

Nice to know it hasn't been COMPLETELY overtaken by dumbasses

Except Kensai, his answer is somewhat legitimate.

"Hey ladies, what did pi say to the quadratic of 7?"

"...What the fuck is wrong with you?"

""

"Awww we're sorry! *presents titties*"

""

Mathjokes turn women on, it's a statistic fact.

#31

1.) It is useful to timeliness and efficiency. Figuring out how long it takes you to drive x amount of miles from your house to work/school/somewhere you intend to go at a given speed is an example. Figuring out how many cases of cheese will fit on a shelf at Wal-Mart, considering the depth and height of the shelf space. Those kinds of things.

2.) Being educated and having a more well-rounded and fulfilled understanding of the world around you and the mathematical intricacies therein is akin to respectability and intelligence. Smarter people go farther in life.

3.) There are many career fields that implement the use of algebra and the levels of math that follow, such as: Accounting, Physics, Engineering, Architecture, Pyrotechnics and Explosives, Meteorology, etc.

Overall, it is a very useful tool and worthwhile experience to learn from. I'm glad I've taken the classes and use it regularly.

2.) Being educated and having a more well-rounded and fulfilled understanding of the world around you and the mathematical intricacies therein is akin to respectability and intelligence. Smarter people go farther in life.

3.) There are many career fields that implement the use of algebra and the levels of math that follow, such as: Accounting, Physics, Engineering, Architecture, Pyrotechnics and Explosives, Meteorology, etc.

Overall, it is a very useful tool and worthwhile experience to learn from. I'm glad I've taken the classes and use it regularly.

#32

^^

I somewhat remember you. You haven't posted since for ever.

I somewhat remember you. You haven't posted since for ever.

#33

^^

I somewhat remember you. You haven't posted since for ever.

Course he has, he's our time traveller.

#34

intervals in music..g-8 a-1 etc

#35

Mathematicians, physicists, economists, engineers etc all use algebra every day.

#36

I once saw a girl who was doing social studies of some sort (so about 20 years old) unable to figure out how much money she would earned if she worked for 8 hours at $7 an hour, it was sad

#37

1) to figure out how long a trip is going to take (Distance = Rate * time)

2) figure out an average of something

3) Figure out the price of an idvidual item ( 4 trucks cost $20000, 4x = 20000, x = 5000 per truck).

...........i tried

2) figure out an average of something

3) Figure out the price of an idvidual item ( 4 trucks cost $20000, 4x = 20000, x = 5000 per truck).

...........i tried

#38

1.) It is useful to timeliness and efficiency. Figuring out how long it takes you to drive x amount of miles from your house to work/school/somewhere you intend to go at a given speed is an example. Figuring out how many cases of cheese will fit on a shelf at Wal-Mart, considering the depth and height of the shelf space. Those kinds of things.

2.) Being educated and having a more well-rounded and fulfilled understanding of the world around you and the mathematical intricacies therein is akin to respectability and intelligence. Smarter people go farther in life.

3.) There are many career fields that implement the use of algebra and the levels of math that follow, such as: Accounting, Physics, Engineering, Architecture, Pyrotechnics and Explosives, Meteorology, etc.

Overall, it is a very useful tool and worthwhile experience to learn from. I'm glad I've taken the classes and use it regularly.

omg about time some one said it , thank you my good sir, thank you a lot

#39

Nope.

#40

1.) It is useful to timeliness and efficiency. Figuring out how long it takes you to drive x amount of miles from your house to work/school/somewhere you intend to go at a given speed is an example. Figuring out how many cases of cheese will fit on a shelf at Wal-Mart, considering the depth and height of the shelf space. Those kinds of things.

2.) Being educated and having a more well-rounded and fulfilled understanding of the world around you and the mathematical intricacies therein is akin to respectability and intelligence. Smarter people go farther in life.

3.) There are many career fields that implement the use of algebra and the levels of math that follow, such as: Accounting, Physics, Engineering, Architecture, Pyrotechnics and Explosives, Meteorology, etc.

Overall, it is a very useful tool and worthwhile experience to learn from. I'm glad I've taken the classes and use it regularly.

omg about time some one said it , thank you my good sir, thank you a lot