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isnt that shit what u learn in grade 9??

that shit looks too easy for post-grad math

underage? or just stupid?

that shit looks too easy for post-grad math

underage? or just stupid?

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>>10161923

yeah srsly man

i have a phd in math so i know this shit 4 real

this looks like stuff i learned in elementary school last year ROFL

yeah srsly man

i have a phd in math so i know this shit 4 real

this looks like stuff i learned in elementary school last year ROFL

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>>10161923

Actually, looking at it, it looks like they are finding max and min points. So therefore its Calculus. So that's either 12th grade or college. Way to fail there.

Actually, looking at it, it looks like they are finding max and min points. So therefore its Calculus. So that's either 12th grade or college. Way to fail there.

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>>10161940

no, shit parabolas and cubic/etc is pre-calculus

calculus dont have a table of values for their graphs.... its assumed u know how to do stuff like that already?

no, shit parabolas and cubic/etc is pre-calculus

calculus dont have a table of values for their graphs.... its assumed u know how to do stuff like that already?

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>>10161933

Well, i know what kind of high school/college you went to...

they taught me this shit in grade 9

Well, i know what kind of high school/college you went to...

they taught me this shit in grade 9

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>>10161984

You both should get stupidity bans.

Though they explain parabolas and tables to you in algebra and algebra II. Those papers are CLEARLY problems are finding min/max of lines. To do this you need to take the first derivative of an equation. Which is Calculus. That is a 12th grade AP course. So yes, the artist might be 17, but most likely is 18 or higher.

>>10161984

You both should get stupidity bans.

Though they explain parabolas and tables to you in algebra and algebra II. Those papers are CLEARLY problems are finding min/max of lines. To do this you need to take the first derivative of an equation. Which is Calculus. That is a 12th grade AP course. So yes, the artist might be 17, but most likely is 18 or higher.