I'm not kidding when I say I'm looking forward to grade 12 calculus (because Calculus was a University course back in the day, and I didn't take it, so I won't

So... if Lauralea spends 40% of her life helping Micah do his homework, how many years will she have spent doing math, if Math is 75% of Micah's usual homework?

I don't get paid nearly enough.

You should at least get an honorary degree in lower maths. Lower than calculus at least. Why should one strain their brains to understand calculus anyway? I figure I've made it this far without it and I haven't missed it one bit!

ReplyDeleteDon't tell Micah I said that. Let him do the calculus.

I took Calculas in grade 12... the only time I took it. I ended the year with a 49%. 49!! Honestly. ALL that work and nothing to show for it. Haven't used the tans or cosigns since June 1997.

ReplyDeleteI do think an honorary degree is in order for you though!

I have to admit, that I'm homeschooling my son, Bram, this year and he's already done his Gr 8 math and is on his Gr 9. We're both enjoying it. However, I just squeaked by in calculus (passed it by taking a supplemental exam - and with a lot of prayer).

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