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Old 2014-01-14, 10:43   Link #33061
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...I don't think that was the point
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Old 2014-01-14, 10:45   Link #33062
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Eight Nos and a Yes is still a yes ?
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Old 2014-01-14, 10:55   Link #33063
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Eight Nos and a Yes is still a yes ?
Try that on a girl, and you'll get this:

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Old 2014-01-14, 11:26   Link #33064
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It would be doubly entertaining if that ended up being a five digit value owing to a miscalculation somewhere along the line, but I hear that instructors begin a problem with an answer and apply operations on them to derive a question. Where I came from, we weren't allowed calculators, so I learnt to do everything by hand. If this is a Canadian curriculum, order of operations isn't taught until Grade 7, so I suppose that could hit a Grade 6 student pretty hard, as they'd try to do everything in order (yes, even if they used another calculator!).
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Old 2014-01-14, 11:45   Link #33065
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As to how true this is? I'll leave it up to you to decide.
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Old 2014-01-14, 11:48   Link #33066
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It would be doubly entertaining if that ended up being a five digit value owing to a miscalculation somewhere along the line, but I hear that instructors begin a problem with an answer and apply operations on them to derive a question. Where I came from, we weren't allowed calculators, so I learnt to do everything by hand. If this is a Canadian curriculum, order of operations isn't taught until Grade 7, so I suppose that could hit a Grade 6 student pretty hard, as they'd try to do everything in order (yes, even if they used another calculator!).
Never saw a calculator in school. I don't see a point. It's like "Let me teach you how to press buttons." "Good AAA+ for you." "You are now fully qualifies to walk into the real world."
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Old 2014-01-14, 12:00   Link #33067
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*Remains stoic*

Noting compared to my cats, Chocolate and Vanilla.
Talking about cats or catgirls
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Old 2014-01-14, 12:21   Link #33068
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Is this true ? I see...

Btw, I learned that there are such things as a "programmable calculator", I swear students these days...
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Old 2014-01-14, 12:28   Link #33069
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^ It's more amusing how sound related stuff is the same as well.
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Old 2014-01-14, 12:34   Link #33070
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Isn't that because you have a fixed number of buttons for a calculator ? Unlike the future of calculators are all touch screen or something...
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Old 2014-01-14, 12:41   Link #33071
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Nippon Ichi Software’s "If You Thought It Was Harem Paradise, It Was Yandere Hell" Coming to PlayStation 3

A Yandere harem? Oh Yes! I would love this.
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Old 2014-01-14, 12:44   Link #33072
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Isn't that because you have a fixed number of buttons for a calculator ? Unlike the future of calculators are all touch screen or something...
It's because that's where teachers and such have decided to draw the line on what technological limits a calculators can before it becomes truly a mini computer which is much harder to account for what a student can do with it, and more importantly ensures no internet access .
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Old 2014-01-14, 12:59   Link #33073
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lol...that's one creative title.

i'm already feeling sorry for whoever is going to be the main character of this harem.
let's hope he survive this ordeal. heck, this game might as well be a survival-horror game now.
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Old 2014-01-14, 13:25   Link #33074
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My cats, which I named before Sayori came out with Neko Works.
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Old 2014-01-14, 14:36   Link #33075
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Is this true ? I see...

Btw, I learned that there are such things as a "programmable calculator", I swear students these days...
They may be older than you. I know for a fact they existed 20 years ago. Heck, there were graphing calculators when I was in middle school.

The problem is, to use them correctly, you needed a good understanding of algebra. At which point a lot of problems were faster to solve by hand.

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Never saw a calculator in school. I don't see a point. It's like "Let me teach you how to press buttons." "Good AAA+ for you." "You are now fully qualifies to walk into the real world."
Well, there's a lot of button pushing in the real world. Whether you're an engineer or a retail clerk, you're going to push buttons. Better get familiar with them from an early age.
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Old 2014-01-14, 18:47   Link #33076
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Old 2014-01-15, 01:34   Link #33078
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It would be doubly entertaining if that ended up being a five digit value owing to a miscalculation somewhere along the line, but I hear that instructors begin a problem with an answer and apply operations on them to derive a question. Where I came from, we weren't allowed calculators, so I learnt to do everything by hand. If this is a Canadian curriculum, order of operations isn't taught until Grade 7, so I suppose that could hit a Grade 6 student pretty hard, as they'd try to do everything in order (yes, even if they used another calculator!).
Decent calculators do everything in proper order
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Old 2014-01-15, 03:19   Link #33079
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So... this Space Dandy fellow... doesn't he remind you of a certain fellow...?

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Old 2014-01-15, 05:37   Link #33080
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