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  1. #1 Math-ematics! 
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    Does studying to many complex form of mathematics sometimes overload the human brain and creates a nervous disorder?
    Its like the earth shaking below the feet in a state of mental spike!


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    Quote Originally Posted by ginger
    Does studying to many complex form of mathematics sometimes overload the human brain and creates a nervous disorder?
    no


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    im not sure about the earth shaking below the feet of mental spike, if thats how you are referring it,but there has been mathematicians in which their work had put them up to a point of emotional and mental tumult, so much that they had to go to sanitariums, and in worse cases even committing suicide. E.g. Kurt Godel, Georg Cantor,Ludwig Boltzmann(not a mathematician, rather a physicist but their theories are equally complex) ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ginger
    Does studying -- ----- sometimes overload the human brain and creates a nervous disorder?
    Are you talking about some of your own posts?
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    So my question is suppose a group of students who just went to elementary education school and never even studied 8th grade mathematics. And they grew up, so what would be the correct permissible age to make them study higher college mathematics? 30+?, or 45+?
    Cause in younger age people wouldn't know whats higher mathematics?

    And what about 50% population living in america who never even went to school they just stayed at their farms, watched tv and spent bucks!
    What their governments never cared to make them scientists of nasa?
    So what do you prefer a 18 year old scientist or a 60+???
    All these words came from a hippos mouth?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ginger
    So my question is suppose a group of students who just went to elementary education school and never even studied 8th grade mathematics. And they grew up, so what would be the correct permissible age to make them study higher college mathematics? 30+?, or 45+?
    Cause in younger age people wouldn't know whats higher mathematics?

    And what about 50% population living in america who never even went to school they just stayed at their farms, watched tv and spent bucks!
    What their governments never cared to make them scientists of nasa?
    So what do you prefer a 18 year old scientist or a 60+???
    All these words came from a hippos mouth?
    I think that your perspective is being influenced by the fact that you are crazier than a bedbug.
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    What 50% population are you talking about?

    Are you another of these people that figures just because you don't like math no one else should either?

    Math should be learned as soon as possible (though the way most lower level math is taught might not be the best way).

    Edit: Ninja'd.
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    what are you asking ................. i am unable to understand this . So please help me in my Question Solve Rational Expressions with online help .Can i ask question related to it .Thanks .
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    Mathematics was my favorite subject and i always got first position in my class. It is very interesting subject.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Markeric View Post
    Mathematics was my favorite subject and i always got first position in my class. It is very interesting subject.
    It is a very important subject altho' I have to say I did not get first position in my maths class!
    Perhaps your next post might contain some mathematical/scientific content?
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