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Old 4 Days Ago   #41
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Originally Posted by MrMiyagy View Post
Gaaaaah, YouTube, you get into YouTube series' and I'll never come back. Like I did with my math. I learned multi-variable calculus in 7th and 8th grade when I started by learning algebra on a YouTube series. Gaaaaaaah. Also, I forgot it because I never used it, but doesn't matter, will make it easier for me to learn when I relearn it.

Are we the same person?
In the 4th grade, over summer, I was on Khan Academy learning about Alegbra and stuff, off youtube and khan.
And give this video a quick look, it's pretty straight to the point and is kinda just a one video and you're good thing.
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Old 4 Days Ago   #42
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See when I was in 4th grade I didn't have access to that stuff. I would have learned calculus in 6th or 5th grade if I had access to it. Khan Academy is more than just Sal though, I think his wife does some History and some other people too, but his videos are the only ones hosted on YouTube I believe. The rest are hosted on their site. Also, I will probably just find a series for coding somewhere and lose all my time to it anyways. XD
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