16 thoughts on “Always Show Your Workings

    1. It’s perfectly simple, you just need to substitute in the square root of your answer, (negative and positive of course) which, will give you two possible solutions, and then you divide them by the highest common factor and multiply that answer by the reciprocal. Which as any mathematician will tell you, is utter nonsense, but it sounds clever. Or you could just get drunk. Your call really.

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    1. I could work most stuff out in my head when I was young, so I found it quite frustrating always having to show my workings. Then the work got harder and I understood…

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