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About Thinking Before Calculating Thing

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Posted by MrOKL on November 1, 2000 03:10:23 UTC

I definitely agree that math is very important…to a certain extent. Why u might think…when u know how it works…generally there is some things that u use in your thinking like How Much? Your answer would generally be something like “How much is how much the force generated by XXX”…then u wanna know HOW MUCH IN NUMBERS does the thing have…that’s how units come about doesn’t it.

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