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    • duh_dur 19 apr
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    • My teacher kicked me out of the class because I learned a quicker method that wouldn’t make sense to other people so I had to learn alone in a different room in 6th grade
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    • I solve literally every single math (Algebra, trig, geo.) problem with a much quicker and easier method than any teacher has ever taught me and I get yelled at every time. I laugh at my teachers when all the students that use her method fail and I legit get a 96%
      AyeBeeCee 21 apr
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    • Got suspended for this shit once
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    • The math teachers will have a “Think outside the box” poster, but as soon as you think outside the box, they get all mad.
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    • People who think common core is good are the same people who think learning about taxes shouldn't have to be taught in school.
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    • Mf math teacher be like You cheated not only the game, but yourself. You didn't grow. You didn't improve. You took a shortcut and gained nothing. You experienced a hollow victory. Nothing was risked and nothing was gained. It's sad that you don't know the difference.
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    • That always pissed me off. “Bitch I answered the question correctly.”
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    • *Uses integrals to find the area of a square*
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    • Math teacher:
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    • *uses a technique from a few chapters ahead that’s way easier*
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    • My geometry teacher, this sweet old German immigrant lady, she'd actually give you extra credit points if you found another method that worked
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    • Retarded math teachers who try to teach that stupid box multiplication trick instead of showing how to do it in a couple of seconds the normal way
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    • llob 19 apr
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    • That's common core for ye
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    • As a future math teacher i really don't care how you solve a problem as long as you get the concept and the right answer
      DankyBois 21 apr
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    • my math teacher likes it when we use different methods as long as they work because she’ll learn something new too. shes like “yknow ive never seen that before but it works then what the heck! go for it! i always love seeing you guys succeed, you know that?” i love her shes great
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    • Y’all need to realize there’s a reason they teach your a certain way. The people complaining about this are the same people that whine about “not learning anything useful”
      Jet_Fuel 20 apr
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    • 4 in the goddamn morning. I open features and this big eyed abomination nearly has me wake up my family with my wails of fear
      NagNago 20 apr
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    • Whenever I figure out the ti84 can do their entire job.
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    • Happened to me once. Teacher gave us half a page to solve a question and I just used a formula I already knew to answer it in a single line. She wrote in big red letters “We haven’t learned this yet”. It was a simple victory, but quite sweet.
      _Whatup_ 20 apr
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    • My geometry teacher didn’t care how we solved a problem if the answer was correct
      jfde 20 apr
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    • Sounds like my science teacher, cuz whenever we argued with her, she’d say, “I HAVE TWO MASTERS DEGRESS. I KNOW WHAT IM TALKING ABOUT!!! DONT TALK BACK TO ME!!!!
      RichG127 20 apr
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    • All the way in elementary school my dad was helping me with my math because he is the asian one and it is a fact that he is better at math than my mom, who was an english major. They failed me and my dad walked in like "who the fuck said i was wrong?"
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    • Teachers like this clearly don’t appreciate math. I work at a math tutoring center and if a student came up with their own way to solve something, that’s an achievement I think. There is no “right way” to solve a problem.
      Kiwiana 20 apr
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    • BaconKing 20 apr
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    • It's either that or they're actually good teachers and love to learn from their students, absolutely no in between.
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    • Once y'all get to the heavy duty calculus your teacher will be intrigued if you can solve it another way...
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    • When my teacher asks how i solved the problem how do i tell my teacher that "it was basic fucking math that a 3 year old can solve and i didn't need to use any special methods of solving it because it was just that fucking simple" without getting suspended?
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    • Story time I had a tutor who was Romanian and she taught me the Romanian way of doing math m teacher always gave half mark cause I didn’t do it her way half for right the answer half wrong for the equation
      comyfrog 19 apr
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    • My math teacher gave us a 0 if we didn’t do it the way she told us to do it. I failed a couple tests thanks to that.
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    • Hey I'm a teacher and I love killing creativity it's so fun
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    • Cause different methods don’t always work. Sometimes it’s efficient but there’s always a stray problem you will get wrong from time to time
      Vetchi 25 apr
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    • I have a calculus teacher that told be the way to do a problem in 2 minutes was incorrect and I needed to use a method that required 10 minutes of just work.
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    • The beauty of calculus is that there ain't a set way to do shit. I love it
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    • Doing it the incorrect way can fuck you over in higher level math classes
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    • My teacher would Been like fuck you do it my way
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    • Look slightly to the left of the image...
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    • I drew this....
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    • My professor actually gets really excited when someone finds a different way to solve problems.
      smithh2 20 apr
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    • In high school calculus I thought of a different way to do u-sub integration that made more sense to me and my teacher marked me down on a quiz even tho I got the right answer
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    • The who point is to see if you comprehend the new formula.
      fluff890 20 apr
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    • *me using the lattice method to multiply big numbers*
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    • onion2187 20 apr
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    • You can trial and error your way through algebra and pre-calc.
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    • I had a calculus professor who would mark half my work over with a pen just to finish the problem to the same conclusion next to my work. Why? Why are you hurting me when all I've done is give you what you asked for?
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    • BaconKing 20 apr
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    • “Even though you got the right answer it’s not the way I taught you so I’m forced to count it wrong.” Are you reeeeeaaaaalllllyyyyyy forced?
      Harmey13 20 apr
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    • I think I'm just lucky I guess. None of my math teachers ever did that and in fact, I had an unspoken agreement with most of them that I could just not show my work as long as I accepted not being able to get partial credit if I'm wrong.
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    • This happened recently with me and helping a kid do their homework, they started doing the long multiplication in a box, i showed them the way I did it is a lot quicker
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    • In my math class last year I was a pretty shitty student because I had a shitty teacher and she didn’t like me because I didn’t put any effort in and I solved one problem using an equation I knew from physics instead of her way and she took all the points off for it. It was a test.
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    • “Code Red! Free thinker!”
      StingRay_ 19 apr
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    • I used to find other ways all the time and got the right answer and they would get mad at me even if I showed my work. They would always say stuff like idk how you did the “wrong formula” and got the right answer
      CRS6132 19 apr
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    • I hate when that shit happens. Sometimes they get pissy bc toy found a better way that suits you smh
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    • My method was to cheat off of classmates
      ponylover 25 apr
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    • Why do i have to learn 80 diffrent ways to get the roots of a quadratic equation when my casio litterally does it at the push of a button? X=(-b+-(square root)b^2-4ac)/2a. Fucking waste of time
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    • I always multiplied using the box and my teacher HATED reading my work
      tkdkid09 25 apr
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    • This made me so mad. Math is already hard enough. If i got the answer bitch i dont give a fuck how
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    • This happened to me a lot because I studied a little in mental math and my teachers always got pissed that I didn't do work on paper
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    • Well, like yeah, because you're way takes us into the third fucking dimension or some shit just to get a stupidly simple answer
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    • One time my middle school math teacher yelled at me for using a different method, and embarrassed me in front of the class. 😒
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    • Math teachers are educational boot lickers
      SeufertD 23 apr
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    • My math teacher said he doesn't care how we do it as long as we get the right answer and the way we did it makes sense mathematically.
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    • If I was a math teacher and a student found a different way to do something I’d applaud them. Analytical thinking is important
      Rastavane 23 apr
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    • Some teachers are legit just in the business for a power trip and to jerk off their ego.
      THAWTHUG 23 apr
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    • Fool, I rule this realm, nothing is correct but what I say
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    • I could do all the multistep equations in my head and would legit only fuck it up when I wrote shit down. Teacher said I was cheating. I had the bitch write a bunch on the board and preceded to prove I could do them in my head practically instantly.
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    • My maths teacher praises me when I do that.
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    • Then their is me who just right the answer without showing any work
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    • Different people learn differently and a true educator would work off that and Instead wants you to learn THEIR way
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    • That's because of the teachers complex. A phenomenon when the teacher must be always correct and better than everyone else and so, they are stupid
      Goofydood 20 apr
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    • *doesn't show work*
      Daeragor 20 apr
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    • P1: 2 + 2 is 4. P2: no idiot 3+1 is 4. Do you see how pointless of an argument that is? If it works it works.
      pickafro 20 apr
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    • What's funny is in college they'll say "I don't care how you get the answer as long as it's right"
      Tobs420 20 apr
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    • My math teacher once said “im not gonna fight you on this”. He then proceeded to argue with me about which way i should do a problem
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    • Ok. As a teacher. I allow students to use their own methods. ONLY when they can do the one I tech them first. Not because Im arrogant or trying to be annoying. But because next topics are built upon the method I teach. So....
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    • Dezzii247 20 apr
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    • imma be real with you. most "different ways" are wrong ways
      Picori 20 apr
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    • When an E-3 tries to correct an E-6
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    • My teacher would mark it wrong and claim you were cheating.
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    • x + y = z ; z - y = x ; TEKS Requirements:
      Details 20 apr
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    • Why did I just scream
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    • Only stupid people complain about "their method" for solving a math problem, they clearly don't understand what math is. Math has rules and there's only 1 correct way to do something, unless "your way" involves the reinvention of a basic operation then I really don't see what you mean
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    • My math teacher would give out an award after each test for most creative and weird solutions and i kept unintentionally winning it like one test i solved a circle problem by drawing in a bunch of triangles
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    • Haha you thought it was your teacher but it is I Dio
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    • Me watching a random Youtuber say his intro once: “whats up, mortals”
      SaberChan 20 apr
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    • WarIsHeck 20 apr
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    • My teachers always let me solve it my way. Given that I could solve it quicker than them, but couldn’t explain what I was doing to solve until 5th grade.
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    • My alg 2 teacher told us: if a teacher ever said that a different way of solving a problem was wrong, it's either because they're too dumb to know (or too stubborn to learn) that method
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