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By IvyLeague? / Tuesday 15 January 2013 02:52 / United States
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It's hard to remember information when you have had no reason to review it for years. Don't feel bad, OP. It happens to all of us.

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I know how to do long division and write and cursive.... A lot of people in my grade can't write or read cursive though. It's pretty sad actually.

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im an engineering student taking calculus classes and differential equations. lets see if i can help. long division? ummmm. don't you do something where you...*draws a picture of a giraffe* there you go.

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Division's either easy enough you don't need long division or painstaking enough that you should go for the calculator...really I'm just rationalizing me forgetting it too though. #suckstosuck :(

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I'm a student in my first year at the University of Imnottellingyouwhere, and I certainly remember. It is also used in calculus, but on polynomials instead of simple numbers. It's not hard at all, anyway.

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I'm an engineer and I count on my fingers, I'm not even sure what long division is. I think I can still do multi-dimensional calculus though.

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Until your calculator batteries die during a test and your teacher wont let you move closer to an electrical outlet. *true story bro*

It's hard to remember information when you have had no reason to review it for years. Don't feel bad, OP. It happens to all of us.

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Exactly, I'm a junior in college and I barely remember anything from last semester. The mind is a funny thing and if you don't use it you lose it. Cheer up op when my brother brought home factors I could barely remember how to do them.

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I'm sure it's just a product of not having done it for a while. You should spend the remainder of your night studying up. Just give it your undivided attention.

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That's not even a fraction of what I'm capable of. Frankly there were too many variables when deciding what puns to use, so I left some on the table for the replies. So take this as a Sine, FML community, to unload your best math puns below.

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24: As I read your comment, I imagined your puns materializing into projectiles, then speeding towards your enemy as a final move to finish him... It's 3am, don't judge me.

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Maybe another tangent of thought would be best. Math puns are just too trigy for some people. Not to be negative.

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Calculus students are advised to avoid consuming alcohol before doing their homework: Do not drink and derive.

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62: No, all math through high school and a good portion of the math in college is immediately applicable to the real world. You're highly employable if you understand this.

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Math can actually be really fun and beautiful (fractals, man), but math class is horrible. I love thinking about calculus, but as soon as I actually enter the classroom I'm ready to take a nap. :(

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