I seem to be doing better in math than science. It's the wierdest thing. In math, I only need to be told one thing once and it'll be placed in my mind permenantly and it's as though I think in math. In about every class, I see mathematical relationships in abundance. Like in English, we were discussing the what morals mean to a society. Well, I thought that a given society's progression must be related to how their morals are defined. As a matter of fact, while I'm on the subject, I will bring to light a study reported on NOVA on the relationship between population growth and industrialsm. Apparently, this relationship could be defined as a linear equation of a sort.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Anyway, this entire week, I --this is going to sound really wierd---I kept having dreams about proving the Isosceles Triangle Theorem. Consistently, I have been doing math in my head. I found a way to find the internal area of any given arc (my teacher, when I showed her, said it was a sector) one day when I was bored, in the car.

Math has become my easiest class. Am I going nuts here? It's all very interesting, but a little creepy. :uhh: Plus, I'm doing better in math than physics. Perhaps I need a little practice in physics...

Anyone go through this?

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