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Composition: Arithmetic is futile
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Sep1-13, 10:35 PM
Please watch from 0:00 to 1:23
Goal: Complete a short essay on my greatest accomplishment achieved. I have not achieved it yet, but my greatest accomplishment will be the language of mathematics.
I thought about this last night,
"The difference between arithmetic in algebra & arithmetic in real life is that the consequences of arithmetic in algebra didn't matter."
I can express relations numerically, but to put those relations in words? I struggle.
I thought about presenting an equation (of nature!), & then logically deducing it towards the end of my paper. Like an "Oh, that's why!" factor.
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