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    • Thank god im not the only one who is dumber in a more complicated way
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    • No fool it’s 6 is just 3 + 3 and 7 + 3 is easy 10 and another 3 is 13
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    • No, you do 7+7=14… 6+6=12… add them together and divide by 2… now you have 13 and crippling depression
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    • That’s actually really common amongst people with ADD or ADHD, because their brains are just wired differently. If you get a chance to look into it do, because it’s strange and interesting
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    • 7+3 is 10 and plus 3 is 13
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    • You be thinking in common core
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    • Im going to explain it for those who dont understand why common core is amazing: For years we have done math by pure memorization. Everyone knows 6x6 is 36 because we memorized it. But what happens when we get to the numbers we havent memorized? Numbers like 36 x 42. People freak out and go
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    • 5+5+3 anyone
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    • The mythical person who can use common core
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    • i just break up 6 to be 3+3 and 7+3=10, then I just add 10+3=13
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    • But then you gotta run it through the calculator 9 times just to make sure
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    • I do something similar but with multiplication. For some reason, say I had to solve 7x8, I’d use a quick trick an old teacher taught to remember 6x8 and then add 8 in about a second or two after someone would solve it normally. I just make it more difficult honestly :P
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    • Same but I do 6+6=12 and then 12+1=13 and 6+1=7, so 6+7=13
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    • No no. 6+6 is 12 and add the 1
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    • No,if 7+3=10 then 10+3=13 and that how you easily get it done jk this just the simplest way to me
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    • No it’s more like 7+6=7+3+3 and 7+3=10 so then it’s 10+3 which then makes 13
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    • I do that to and it sucks when I am explaining to the whole class and my teacher corrects me
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    • Oh good, its not just me
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    • 7+6 is 7+3+3 =10+3 = 13. Idk why I always break the numbers up to get it to the closest 10 thebadd the remainder
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    • This is how you’re literally supposed to fucking do it. It’s literally faster this way, especially with larger numbers
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    • 5 goes into 7 once, 5 goes into 6 once. 5+5=10. 7-5 is 2, 6-5 is one. 2+1=3. 10+3=13. Yeah, it’s fucked up. Yes I know it’s inefficient. But I also have ADHD.
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    • Nah, I do it different. 7+6, well you need 3 to get to 10 then have a remaining 3 to add to get 13 because 6-3=3
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    • I do 7 + 3 = 10 and 10 + 3 = 13
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    • 7+3=10+3=13. That's how I do it anyway
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    • This is the shit that made me good at math
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    • Hence why I do 2+2 on a calculator
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    • Thinking in common core
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    • Basically geometry
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    • In 7th grade I explained a simple algebra problem like this and my teacher couldn’t understand what I was saying so I just never explained my answers in math class again. Nice teacher though.
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    • For me its more like if 7+3=10 then the remainder of six+10=13
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    • Had a Avid teacher that made us do quick math in our head, was cool, learned how to do double digit mulitplication easily.
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    • I go if 7+3 = 10 and 3 is 1/2 of 6 then there is three left so it equals 13
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    • Holy shit a dust meme. Plus a picture of dmbrandon where everyone isnt trying to shit on him. Rare post.
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    • Yup, that's how I do it
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    • ‘That just sounds like math with extra steps’
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    • I have the exact same thought process
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    • Its like thinking but with extra steps
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    • No no but listen! This is actually a STUPIDLY good way to MULTIPLY. It makes it so fucking easy
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    • Nah, 7 can be broken into 3 and 4, 6 plus 4 is 10 and 10 plus 3 is 13
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    • I do that too
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    • Nah, 6 = 3 + 3 => 7 + 6 = 7 + (3 + 3), which, by the associativity of addition over the natural numbers, equals (7 + 3) + 3. Now, as everyone has memorized, 7 + 3 = 10 => (7 + 3) + 3 = 10 + 3, and it is trivial to see that 10 + 3 = 13. Much easier.
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    • Everyone does this, you're not special
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    • Thats commom core math...
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    • I add the nearest 10 and add what I gave left to 10 so 7 is 3 to get to 10 3 from 6 is 3, 10 plus 3 is 13
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    • I think of it as 6+6 +1
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    • i thought only i did this
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    • No it’s 7 + 3 = 10, 6 - 3 = 3, 10 + 3 = 13
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    • I take the one closest to 10 and take its difference from 10 away from the second one. So in this case it would go to 10 + 3.
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    • Bruh, it’s 6+6+1
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    • Nope that’s pretty much how most people do math. Start with what you know and go from there. Sorry but you ain’t special
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    • I knew the multiplication table when I was in 3rd grade, got a concussion and couldn’t remember it. School only teaches it once so I have been mathematically crippled since.
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    • Vaccinated noons be like i can't do basic math as all of your parents who aren't vaccinated can do. It's affect all of your brains plz wake up
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    • That’s exactly how I do it with some numbers maybe I’m retarded
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    • I do this but with double digits over 20. You guys sbould have memorized this with your additions tables
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    • Six has 3 letters seven has 5 letters, 5+3=8, 8*2=16, 16-3=13
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    • Sharpening knives has taught me that anyone that would describe themselves as having masterd or as being better than everyone is definitely lacking and has much to understand
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    • That quick maph
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    • What do you mean normal person ? Retard who learned all additions by heart because it was too hard to think a little bit ?
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    • I just count on my fingers like a normal dumbass
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    • When teachers ask you to show your work
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    • I thought I was the only one 😭
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    • No
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    • That’s how I do math too
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    • Means you’re a thinker, not a memorizer
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    • I always do “okay so 7+3 is 10 now add 3 and you get 13” I just make more problems out of easier problems
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    • I would do it 7+3=10 and 10+3=13
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    • I do that
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    • Isn't that what common core is?
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    • This is a completely rational way of thinking though
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    • thats pretty normal ur not special
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    • How To Ruin Your Career (ANY % SPEEDRUN GLITCHLESS)
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    • I’m glad I’m not the only one
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    • that's literally how i do math
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    • Anyone else learn the multiples of nine with the fighter trick?
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    • Same
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    • i always split it down into parts, so i start by doing 7+3=10, and now i just add another 3
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    • Any one else just do 6+6=12+1=13?
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    • So wait we all special
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    • I either do “okay 7+6 so 6+6=12 so I add 1 more” or “7+3 is 10 so I add 3 more”
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    • If you're reading this you are an above average human
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    • No, that's just everyone
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    • Thats literally how I do math, so far has not helped me with numbers above 10 though
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    • Ha ha, I do that
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    • Beyond dumb
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    • Mood
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    • Public school system
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    • Well during the 2000's the education system went from "making it quick and easy" to "the entire paper needs to be covered in your work"
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    • 7+3 is 10 and I like ten so if I split 6 into 2 3s so 10 + 3 is 42
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    • No, you have to think of the 6 as a 3, add that to the 7 to get 10, then put in the other 3
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    • I do this lmao
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    • I take one away from six and put it on seven because I automatically know what 8 +5 is
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    • Same tho. That’s exactly how I do math.
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    • IM NOT THE ONLY ONE?!?!
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    • I do that if it’s larger number then round up to the nearest hundred add the two then subtract
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    • I thought I was the only one😭
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    • It’s good to know I’m not alone
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    • Yesterday I thought I came to a realization because I “found out” that to read a clock fast you can multiply the number the minute hand is on by 5
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    • Im really struggling to understand how this is a bad thing?? It's much faster to do that then 7+1+1+1+1+1+1
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    • Regular teaching VS. Pa common core teaching.
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    • I do that with multiplication.
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