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Actually, as the OP said she "got her period" i.e.; started it, the odds would be much lower. If she was regular as clockwork at 28 days per cycle, that would be 13 times a year, which means there would be a 3.6% chance the first day of a period would coincide with her birthday, meaning it happened roughly once every 28 years. Bloody statistics...

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cause it lasts a few days? graphing calcs are awesome! but obsolete now with smartphones

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Actually, as the OP said she "got her period" i.e.; started it, the odds would be much lower. If she was regular as clockwork at 28 days per cycle, that would be 13 times a year, which means there would be a 3.6% chance the first day of a period would coincide with her birthday, meaning it happened roughly once every 28 years. Bloody statistics...

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hey be lucky you have a period; some women never get one. same with the graphing calc. I don't even have one... stop being a whiny bitch!

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44 - bloody statisticts...nice pun. 56 - It means she was born. Pregnant women/mothers are giving the gift of life, which she received.

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44- you're awesome. And I got a Casio for $35. Wayyyy cheaper and better than the TI-84 my pre-calc teacher lent us the year before I got mine.

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131 I'm going to guess you are just a dim 13-14 year old for a second. do you know how many women would love to have children but never got their period? how they can never go through pregnancy or child birth? stop taking shit like that for granted you dumb possible child!

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135, I'm fourteen and I'd be perfectly happy never to get my period again. I have THE WORST cramps imaginable, but I do want kids someday in the very far future (10+ years at least), so I put up with it. Sucks though.

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Periods are awful!!!!! I have painful cramps that make me vomit and faint. And i get my period the day of or a couple days before every holiday....my next period is on thanksgiving...oh. joy.

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If you're into maths/science, a calculator is an extremely useful present. As for the period part, well, you either will get used to it, or you should be by now. Though if you're unlucky enough to get seriously ill each month, then I can understand why you're complaining about that.

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Seriously if someone gave me a new graphing calculator I might cry tears of joy. Haha.

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I would honestly shout like a 5 year old who juat got his favorite action figure, especially if i got a TI-89. That calculator, imo, is beautiful :')

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Loewsey, what did I say that merited that 'no'? I never complained about graphing calculators.

At least you can put games on a graphing calculator... blackjack and tetris make math class a lot more bearable.

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haha so true. lmao I guess they don't make you buy 200 dollar calculators without putting some sort of fun into them. :p

Happy birthday. You can graph your period and calculate when your heavy and light flow days are. Weeeee! Sorry, I know it can suck for some. My sister used to get migraines with her period.

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Yeah, one of my friends get horrible cramps during her period - so bad that she actually vomits often from the pain. >.< It sucks being female.

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