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Old 03-18-2007   #1
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Hi I am just a sort of bad math person who is struggling to do math competitions.
In fact, the only good thing that ever happened to me in the realm of competitive mathematics is somehow my team got first at chapters so I get to go to state and die on Saturday.
I'm probably in 6th grade level math even though I'm in 8th grade.
No matter how bad I am at math, I love math. I also hate writing things about myself.
 
Old 03-18-2007   #2
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Don't worry, Einstein started out shabbily himself!
Congratulations on the first place thing!
And finally, to steal Mr. Hui's line, welcome to XP Math!
Here's some active users you might notice:
People I Actually Know
Somedude-(Super Moderator)Dominates the forum with 200,000 points and 1,100 posts. Is in 6th grade and does 11th grade math.
Redfire544-(Super Moderator)Is in same class and grade as somedude, does 10th grade math or something.
Me-(Super Moderator)Is the most active member right now, if I do say so myself. Is in same grade and school as Somedude and Redfire, does something like 9th-10th grade math.
People That I don't Know:
Mr. Hui-(Administrator)He runs the website, is a 8th grade lead teacher in NY.
Phray-(Super Moderator)I think he knows Mr. Hui or something.
mikayla123 (or whatever her username is, it's mikayla something)-Some person I don't know.

...that's about it. Pretty lame knowledge, huh?
 
Old 03-18-2007   #3
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it mikayla722 i know her. she is VERY good at math.
 
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Don't worry, Einstein started out shabbily himself!
Congratulations on the first place thing!
And finally, to steal Mr. Hui's line, welcome to XP Math!
Here's some active users you might notice:
People I Actually Know
Somedude-(Super Moderator)Dominates the forum with 200,000 points and 1,100 posts. Is in 6th grade and does 11th grade math.
Redfire544-(Super Moderator)Is in same class and grade as somedude, does 10th grade math or something.
Me-(Super Moderator)Is the most active member right now, if I do say so myself. Is in same grade and school as Somedude and Redfire, does something like 9th-10th grade math.
People That I don't Know:
Mr. Hui-(Administrator)He runs the website, is a 8th grade lead teacher in NY.
Phray-(Super Moderator)I think he knows Mr. Hui or something.
mikayla123 (or whatever her username is, it's mikayla something)-Some person I don't know.

...that's about it. Pretty lame knowledge, huh?
Not really, you get to pass it over the rainbow, so next time someone else does anything they can feel they know those people.
 
Old 03-18-2007   #5
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Welcome to xpmath!

Don't worry about how good or bad you are at math.
Nice job on the competition. Is it MathCounts?
Our team came 2nd...
Good luck on Saturday! I'll be taking it too. What state are you from

P.S. Archive, I don't do 11th grade math.
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Welcome to xpmath!

Don't worry about how good or bad you are at math.
Nice job on the competition. Is it MathCounts?
Our team came 2nd...
Good luck on Saturday! I'll be taking it too. What state are you from

P.S. Archive, I don't do 11th grade math.
Well you probably just don't know it but you're probably studying all this topology saying "hey this is 10th grade stuff"
about state and all yes, mc but i'll message you with my state in case google or something picks it up.
 
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I live in MI!
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Archive, I don't do 11th grade math.
According to the OMA Standard you do, and that's the only one I pay attention to.
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Well you probably just don't know it but you're probably studying all this topology saying "hey this is 10th grade stuff"
about state and all yes, mc but i'll message you with my state in case google or something picks it up.
You're a little liar. You say you do 6th grade, when you do twice that. No hard feelings.

According the the ridiculously low standards of the OMA I do, and again, that's the only one I recognize.
 
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Not really, you get to pass it over the rainbow, so next time someone else does anything they can feel they know those people.
What does "pass it over the rainbow" mean?

I hate idioms.
 
Old 03-18-2007   #10
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What does "pass it over the rainbow" mean?

I hate idioms.
haha it's mine it means sort of like showing it; making it available to more people and "smzrt" is what I call myself when I'm **** so you know
and what's OMA???? I wanna know what grade maths I completed (and could show off to the highschool I'm applying to )according to them
 
 

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