Composition: Arithmetic is futile

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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.

Thoughts?
 
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Hi Minnesota, this should go into your personal blog. Just click on "My PF", in the upper left corner, scroll down to "Blog", and you can start your blog, if you don't already have one.
 

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