Q: What did one arithmetic book say to the other?

A: We’ve got problems.

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Q: What did one arithmetic book say to the other?

A: We’ve got problems.

- Giveaway: Arithmetic Village Books (letsplaymath.net)
- The End of the A Level Maths Exams (getaheadinmaths.wordpress.com)

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Math Philosopher says

mistakes are like putting a wrong sign in a math question. It will not work no matter how many steps you do.

Angel says

you should try a nearby public library

lance says

Many moons ago, I forgot my calculator for one of my A-Level Maths exams – I had to do the whole exam without a calculator… a valuable life lesson learnt.

golf says

Feeling like a genius.

Asking a fellow demonstrator to explain and show me how to answer a question aimed at people without a level Maths.

DanielleRaff96 says

math question: if i have 10 ice cubes and you have 11 apples, how many socks will fit on the roof?

answer: purple because aliens wear hats.

Math Whiz says

I got a math question wrong, I put 4, but the professor said the right answer was 3.75. I sprayed her with RoundUp. Still failed.

youfannatsix says

Somehow I am doing this very long and tedious math question when normally I would just say, “Oh screw this.” and leave it till the due date.