Thank goodness I didn't need to either!!
LOL! My calculator always comes in handy at work.
I'm not even sure I know what Algebra is! I dropped out of maths (we add an "s" to it in NZ) when I was 15 and it all went over my head.
You don't want to know. LOL I can't even really explain it today 15 years after the fact.
Don't think I'd have managed without my geometry, though! ( I was a total dunce when it came to maths).
Me too. I just didn't get it at all!
Ha, that gave me such a laugh, I failed maths and arithmetic, I didn't have a clue in those classes.
Me too, I just barely passed Grade 12 Math A30, I think the teacher gave me a mercy pass. I suppose I should be grateful for that!
LOL! I like Tabitha was absolutely useless at Maths. Too think how many hours we wasted studying useless topics; it's a sin!
I completely agree - why not learn about budgeting, mortgages, interest rates, how those things work in your adult life instead of ridiculous math problems and equations which no one cares about and will never use in real life (unless you will use them for a specific profession. But for most people, nope!)
I have opinions about what is being taught in school curriculums these days but that's another post for another day! :)
Love it!! ;PHave a great weekend and thanks a ton for your wonderful note on my travel post! I just love hearing from you always and we so think alike! Loved your music playlists idea!xxKim