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Urban Dictionary: "Chinese Algebra"
The Chinese did independently develop linear Algebra in the 10th to 12th centuries, and were able to solve some simultaneous equations using counting rod numerals on counting boards (rectangular arrays) in which numerical patterns revealed methods for solving solving linear equations. Chinese mathematics did not advance much after the 14th century and many of the earlier math treatises where only rediscovered in the 18th century.
Did you hear that joke about the infinite line?
It doesn’t have a point.
There’s a fine line between a numerator and a denominator.
Only a fraction of people understand this
The human body contains enough bones to make one complete skeleton
The wall has a fault
but its very uplifting
note Fibonacci sequence
Obviously done by a mathematician
The real world has Units!
kpm? mph? knots? m/s? f/s?
and a physics class
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this will really help dispel that stereotype that women are bad at math!
Science is a patriarchal construct!
Notice a man had to solve the problem
and the inevitable snark