How to Avoid Math?

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You can’t avoid it. Math is everywhere. You need a math because you need a clear thinking. If you can understand relationships (boyfriend or girlfriend) between each other that’s math. Or calculus. It’s complex. It’s complicated. Ugh! Might as well use my best friend as a relationship couple, most people do that. Don’t do that. People will think.

Anyway, If you don’t understand how to do it? What you going to do? Cheat? You can’t even do that or you will end up repeating the course again or be held back in your senior year of high school! That’s no good. Get a tutor to help you out and get your friends to help you out too. And once you graduate then become whatever you want to do. But math will haunt you back whenever someone ask you a word problem and then you will say “two plus two is four?”

There are high demand jobs such as electrician, carpentry, handyman, plumbing, fixing vehicles, internet, cashiers, writing, and computer requires mathematics.

Other jobs such as physical therapy, nurses, doctors, health careers, psychology, business, writing, and lawyers. They need math too.

Entertainment Industry, acting, directors, producers, movie and television editors, screen writing, especially in computer graphics, that’s right even in acting. If you have a background in mathematics, you may play your dream job as a teacher or a scientist in a TV or movie. Most of the actors today are highly qualify with a master in acting. Or something else. And they got training. Take some training classes in acting and see what happen.

You need math.

Take math in 12th grade mathematics or a pre-calculus course so your skills don’t get rusty. This will help students prepare for college math in college.

What’s the cosine of 1?

Notes:

http://blog.frontrange.edu/2012/12/10/college-math-classes-are-you-avoiding-them/

http://www.usnews.com/education/best-colleges/articles/2012/01/27/4-ways-to-avoid-taking-remedial-math-courses

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