Imaginary numbers are crucial in electronics. Stop chatting about stuff you know nothing about and start paying attention in class. If you're at a point where you're learning advanced mathematics make the most of it as you can get a good career out of it
So basically you are just bad at math
"-Math: most unusable stuff ever." LMFAO. No science would be able to progress without math xd
many of the topics in school are there not to be interesting, but so that you learn how to learn.
IDK why you'd expect everything to be easy and fun. Everything valuable in this world is gained by (hard) work, studies are no exceptions. Stop lamenting and be glad you have an education maybe.
PS: if you only do the topics you like you'll end up like my colleagues. Brilliant in their field but retards in "life", can't hold up any normal topic of conversations, no culture, no interests, no real thoughts. Robots
In school I only knew my name
Don't worry, the smart kids will use math.
> Math: most unusable stuff ever
Imagine calling something unusable just cuz you don't understand it
actually, every or almost every subject in school is vital
math is THE most useful subject ever!
If you really understand math deeply, you can work in all fields of engineering, physics and chemistry and probably even earn a lot more money there, than people who have actually studied those sciences (not trying to piss on anyone, but its probably true with the current tendency to digitalize stuff)
wtf.. math is the most important subject of all
It's not about you learning math or physics, it's so you learn logic and problem solving skills.
It's the same in my country too, probably in most ex-Yugoslavia countries.
The most unusable stuff ever is a correct description but of history not math.
When will people finally understand that free education is not about learning people...
Only care about economics and computer science the rest is bullshit nothing will ever help you in life
Understanding math and physics/chimistry is very useful especially if you plan to work in those fields later, if you knew you were not into science why didnt take something else ? idk how your educational system works but i bet you can choose a less scientific field
Having this type of mindset wont take you anywhere
Culture : unnecessary ? Everything you call unecessary is just culture bro, its good to have that, if you only think money is important then you need to reconsider your life goals
Math is actually important in higher level courses, but you are prob in algebra 2 complaining about hw so I understand why you think that
You are not very smart individual i see
the teacher makes the subject. if teacher is interested and passionate about his job and loves to teach people and have big knowledge and also some humor and is fun. u will never forget anything u learn in this class. this was wth my geography teacher. old guy who countered hard on our jokes and our insults and always enjoyed every minute.
Knowing basic Latin will help you to learn other languages in the future
that's like.. 14yo spotted?
ko te tjero da upises gimnaziju
stopped reading after seeing "math=most unusable"
asshole how would you study physics w/out maths? or chem? or bio? higher physics is almost complete maths
i agree with everything you said, *claps*
overall mathematics is most important. mathematics is the queen of science. ppl who can't count are disabled. every decision is just a fucking math. you have to know how to count the probability of an event. if i have to choose to be deaf or can't count i will choose to be deaf.
If you want nothing to do with math in your future then yes it is very stupid I agree
man u just wait until u get to the ''good'' stuff at math, gonna be real fun
If you choose to be a STEM student, half of this stuff will become useful. If you take me as an example, I'm a food science student and chemical and biology is half of my job while physics and geometry turn out to be useful in programs like Autocad.
Since you like History and Geography, I assume you'll prefer related to them. If not they are just going to be what makes you an intellectual, extra information won't kill we don't need to be always a pragmatist.
High school is the foundation, the university is the concrete and your job experience will complete the building. Even though I agree that high school is very flawed it's alright for students to pick their path. In high school, no one likes every lesson and that's how your career path starts. Latin lesson that you hate can make someone else a scientist or Roman Empire historian.
1. IT Standards - Really boring and it all sounds the same, lots of difficult stuff to memorize.
2. IT- The most entertaining one in comparison to others, general stuff currently, like hardware or numerical systems.
3. Math 1- Tbh easier than in high school. Determinants and arrays, complex numbers.
4. Introduction to programming- Programming in C but on paper, can't check if your program works so that sucks. Also drawing algorithms.
5. Programming practicum- Programming in C but on PC, tasks a bit more difficult.
6. English 1- Really basic and more shallow than in high school, really boring and I already know everything we're going through there.
Generally pretty boring.
Stopped reading at "-History: my favourite subject"
Math is a wonderful things
Math is a really cool thing
So get off your ass lets do some math
I love history aswell, very interesting
took Calculus 30 back in my grade 12 year, man that was tough I thought it was some useless stuff, but it really helped me in uni
History and Geography are tier-1 subjects and will always be like that. (of course, if you don't have retarded teachers)
We had to learn how the ice age changed the earth surfaces, like how it made boulders and cliffs and it was fucking boring.
Depends a lot what are you going to do as your job. Maths isnt useless, you need that still at some parts in your life, some things are not that necessary but atleast additions, dividions, multiplications, percentage counting etc should be the things that everyone knows. Geometry also helps you a lot. Equations etc can be really useful, but definitely a thing that you dont need on every day unless you are working at certain places.
Physics, definitely not needed every day, but still useful to learn.
Chemistry, You dont have to learn everything possible, but you should know about pH scale etc, maybe you are not going to be a chemist but still even those things help for example at making food.
History tells you about things that have been big on the past, maybe you dont need to know all of those things, but important wars etc are literally part of your citizenship and without those no-one would care are they independet country or not.
Languages overall. Those helps you obviously at longer run, for me, I wasnt interested of learning swedish because I felt that it is useless. But nowadays I am trying my best to learn it, since language knowledge offers you jobs a lot easier than if you speak your native language and maybe english with it. I live in part of Finland where there arent swedish native speakers, or russian native speakers. Still I am trying to grow my language skills to: Finnish, english, swedish, russian, dutch
Music and art history: For overall knowledge you should know even something. If you continue with that kind of mentality, maybe you can focus on what you are interested, but having knowledge only at some parts can lead that people feels that you are just stupid because you know only a few things from history etc, but you could talk about physics for one hour straight.
I hated music and the art the most. I remember even when i was a kid i have never drawn, my maximum was colouring pages. So almost every time i got 2 (D grade). I was so happy when it ended.
I think i liked the math the most because i like calculation and when i couldn't find a solution, it just turned me on. But i don't like everything about functions
Well everything is usefull in a certain domain of studies
Highschool is there to give you the basics to study in any domain
Nothing is useful by your thinking lol. School subjects help you think of solutions to problems using tools that you learn. If it truly were useless, schools wouldn't exist and people would return to their way of life 500 years ago or something
Education system is so outdated and trash, they had to change it lots of time ago. We are learning useless things, not interesting things, and we are not learning what we want, for example my classmate loves cars and everything car related, I mean he wants to be a car mechanic, and for some fucking dumb reason he is learning programming or music that is completely useless for him, and he doesn't want it and doesn't like it. And than he gets bad marks from things like music, programming, art, history or other useless stuff for him, and thinks that he is dumb and useless. I really enjoy cs, but if I will say that I would choose to learn professional cs instead of math or chemistry or other useless stuff for cs, hltv will laugh and bully me(((( so I will say that I enjoy healthy nutrition, kickboxing, bodybuilding and stuff, and I wanna learn more about it and become personal trainer or something, why I cant remove math, chemistry, or other useless stuff for healthy nutrition, kickboxing, bodybuilding and etc, and focus on my goals ?
Don't believe any1 if says later on in your life these stuff will be useful. -no
But idk how old are you but if later you are going to decide you want to go to university even tho you expect that you will only study things that you are interested since you choosed the major, but no. Most of these things will be useless in university but you have to kinda study them to learn the basics or you will struggle. Like I'm on my 5th semester in petroleum engineering and we had to study chemistry, physics, maths, earth sciences, economy and law. I didn't like chemistry in high school but I was forced to study to reach the minimum requirement and gladly it was enough I knew the basics of it so I didn't struggle with chemistry in my 1st and 2nd semester when we had to study it.
I have dj class and they teach us how to earn 32k/month so we dont end up on HLTV forums. Ohh wait...
If you go for sciences like phys or chem or engineering, math becomes hugely important.
Math isn't useless you just aren't in a course yet where you see how it actually applies to real life scenarios. Any STEM degree will need that along with physics.
phyisics and chemical its cool when I have pratical classes but the normal one are boring asf
U heard that US ed in normal schools is great?
Maths came in clutch when I started my college study in programming for game design ngl.
i miss chem & physics. best subjects i ever had along with psych.
Maths. It trains your brain
Literature. Useless boring shit
Imaginary Numbers are actually quite useful . But u won't understand now.
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