• 2nd graders when you tell them
there are numbers below zero
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    • I remember in kindergarten my teacher said "you can't subtract 4 from 0", then I said "what about -4?". My teacher told me to shut up because I was confusing the class.
      Aden3 28 jul
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    • What movie is that?
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    • High schoolers when you introduce imaginary numbers
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    • Why tf are there so few comments on these features, I haven’t seen more than 100 comments in a single comment section.
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    • If yk, yk
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    • I mean there isn’t really anything below zero, negative is just a concept.
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    • Teachers in elementary: Numbers start at 0 Teachers in middle school: Numbers can go before 0 Students: What the fuck
      Dylancyte 28 jul
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    • Then there’s imaginary numbers
      Storm____ 29 jul
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    • Lies they speak
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    • You have no idea what’s possible.
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    • Build it
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    • In kindergarten I asked my teacher how to spell numbers and she just looked at me like I was dumb or some shit like no bitch I do not mean 10 = putting a 1 and zero next to each other I mean 10=ten now what are the equivalents for other numbers you dumb twat stop playing dumb you should know that
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    • I knew about negative numbers because of Matilda
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    • Dont forget about imaginary numbers
      nobody173 28 jul
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    • Just check my bank account
      kbraun280 28 jul
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    • Was I the only one who learned about negative numbers in the beginning of 1st?
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    • Well 0 is a portal between positive and negative numbers of ya think about it
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    • My computer teacher once said subtraction doesn't exist and that you can only add a negative. I took a chair from the room and said I gave him a negative chair, disproved that right there
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    • unless you live in a place where it gets hella cold during the winter
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    • Wait till they hear there are numbers between 0 and 1
      Kewl 28 jul
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    • Something weird about numbers is the infinity complex. Like there are an infinite amount of decimals between 1 and 2 yet you can still count 1 to 2 and so forth. It’s because the infinity of irrationals is greater than the infinity of rationals
      ElMundo 28 jul
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    • Bro i remember in 3rd grade when my teacher started talking about negative numbers and my mind was absolutely blown
      kendilian 28 jul
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    • That is called debt, ladies and gentlemen.
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    • This is how y’all “it’s basic biology” look
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    • Fuck negative numbers, all my homies hate negative numbers.
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    • Technically they’re aren’t below zero. They’re to the left of 0 on the number line.
      I_Am_Gray 28 jul
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    • Actually there aren't they're only theoretical, for example if your bank account is negative your don't have negative money you have positive debt.
      earth39 28 jul
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    • Negitive numbers are just numbers like .000001 or thats what one of my teachers said
      darkfire4 28 jul
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    • Well negative numbers are just place holders and conceptual. You cant physically have negative of something. In the sense that you owe something you could, but the idea of owing and ownership are conceptual too. Like there will never be -5 bald eagles, there can be 0+ and thats it.
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    • Only theoretical numbers. You can't have actual negative values
      Mizar 28 jul
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    • Info checker?
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    • I first thought that in first grade
      Barnabas 31 jul
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    • Wait till they find out about imaginary numbers
      commylove 31 jul
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    • I would argue that there are no “numbers” below zero. There are values below zero. A number should be something that is physically obtainable. You can’t have a negative amount of anything in a physical sense. You can’t have -7 bananas in your house. You can have 12 and loose seven of course.
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    • Imaginary numbers blew my fucking mind when I first discovered it
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    • Negative numbers are an abstract that only humans understand
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    • Which technically don't exist
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    • 1+1=-fun.
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    • My done point for math was when I was told imaginary numbers exist
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    • When you tell them and negative and a negative could make a positive
      Noah4675 30 jul
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    • I tried to tell my nephew that my dog is 6 months old and he kept saying "yeah but how old is she" so I said half a year and this butthole says "so she's zero" 😑
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    • Eugenio Derbez played this guy
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    • My teacher's in school tried to tell me I was stupid for thinking there were negative numbers
      luke2001 30 jul
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    • If there weren't, we wouldn't have debts
      MamaJitsu 30 jul
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    • I remember in second grade getting a problem that ended up having a negative number as the answer. It was like 5-7, so I answered -2, and my teacher marked it wrong and when I asked why she said “we haven’t learned that yet so it should have been zero” wtf public education man
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    • BUT IT IS POSSIBLE YOUNG ONE
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    • I remember in kindergarten my teacher telling me negative numbers aren't a thing. That bitch purposefully hindered my learning
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    • Tell them X is a number
      gamer500 30 jul
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    • Not probable
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    • Then its all downhill from there
      owlsahoot 30 jul
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    • Bruh thats facts
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    • I still call bullshit
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    • Just wait till they hear that there are imaginary numbers
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    • It actually is possible because numbers don’t exist. We made them up. So if the “real” numbers are made up then we can make up “fake” numbers too
      CrazyCray 30 jul
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    • 1- ?
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    • I took a look at my calc 3 notes I took and it literally looks like another language
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    • you can’t really have less than zero of anything
      _Kenny 29 jul
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    • I knew about negatives in first grade because of schoolhouse rock
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    • The features here are swell :)
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    • My sixth grade teacher made it such a big deal like, "you guys are not gonna believe this" like stfu we are not 5
      Shrektaro 29 jul
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    • Adam ruins everything
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    • NOT SCIENTIFICALLY POSSIBLE!!
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    • Yea, at least like 3
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    • Impossible
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    • if there are theoretically infinite dimensions, could one say there are also theoretically infinite categories of "numbers"?
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    • Then they learn about imaginary numbers and there’s always that one kid who rants about how they are pointless thinking he will affect the curriculum
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    • Dude I’m still saying that
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    • In 2nd grade we had a numberline in the room that also went to -10 and when I asked what it was I was basically told not to worry about it and I felt like it was forbidden knowledge
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    • That’s not true though they have more value than zero just in a different manner.
      jacovian 29 jul
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    • I mean there aren’t
      Dr_K 29 jul
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    • That movie was good
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    • A-b=c will make them question everything ever
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    • Teachers: “alright class everything we’ve taught you about numbers are now gonna be flipped on it’s head, there are negative and positive numbers, decimals, integers, and now you need to solve for X. Welcome to the third grade.” Students: 😧
      papawolf1 29 jul
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    • Wait till they hear about imaginary numbers
      qwertym 29 jul
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    • This movie was so fucking weird for a kids movie
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    • I hate that they teach you wrong stuff to correct themselves in the future
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    • What happen to scientifically impossible guy...
      s0me80dy 29 jul
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    • In Minnesota everyone learns about negative numbers once winter hits
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    • I read it as two grader
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    • That’s because they don’t have student loans
      RyanT95 29 jul
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    • College students when you introduce triple derivatives
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    • The school system is just fucky. I wasn't taught about negative numbers til middle-school
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    • Freshman with imaginary numbers
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    • Gotta love highschool. It's like "remember everything you've learned so far? Don't!"
      RinMellow 29 jul
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    • Then 8 years later you tell them that there are also imaginary numbers and that you need to use a 2d plane to represent the field of numbers instead of a line.
      TCGNERD 29 jul
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    • Fuck outta here this was me in 11th grade
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    • When you suddenly realize this is because we lie to them about 0
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    • I was in the 1st grade and put negative numbers together myself one day and asked my teacher and she told me I was wrong and it is actually impossible to do what I was talking about
      deav06 29 jul
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    • 1+-1=0 reality is whatever i want it to be
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    • Imaginary numbers** actually
      CloudDust 29 jul
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    • Lmfao same
      BLTurtle 29 jul
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    • Not probable!
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    • Me when you tell me there are numbers below 0
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    • I mean negative numbers aren’t actually real tho
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    • Alright fuck this 100 likes and I'm deleting ifunny
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