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I'm no expert, but I'd say it just means you suck at math and are good at everything else. I think that's pretty normal; a lot of people struggle with math because it's so abstract. As for me, math is my strong point. I have to work hard at it, but once I learn it it's in my brain forever, whereas other subjects I might not have to work quite as hard but my memory will fade over time. My weakness is English. I used to love English until I reached high school and found out that the teacher's opinion is the only one that matters, and most of the time I have no idea how they arrive at their interpretations of literature. I think it's just a mass conspiracy to make people like me suffer.
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Either that, or your math professor sucks really bigtime.
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Well I hope I dont piss off any feminists but I heard that men and woman learn math and comp differently. Math as the WAY its taught is hard for girls (in general) except for my genius step daughter.
And boys have truble in comp.
From my experience that has shown to be definetly true.
An other hard wire difference between sexes?
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sure, there's numerous studies to support that but you'll have to be PC and not say girls are dumb at math and boys at language, you'll have to say they're wired different
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