So you think, "What's the use of going to all this trouble to learn this math stuff? I mean, like, I'm never going to need it. It isn't like I'm going to become a rocket scientist or an engineer or anything. So, why bother?"
What you need is...
LOIS's TOP TEN REASONS FOR LEARNING MATH YOU THINK YOU'RE NEVER GOING TO NEED
You want to pass math class, don't you?
Not learning it increases the probability that it will show up on your college entrance tests.
Pythagoras, Euclid, Archimedes, Fibonacci, Descartes, Fermat, Pascal, Newton, Euler, Gauss, and Einstein can't all be wrong.
It just might be the "final answer" to the million dollar question.
You'll be able to tell your children," I had to learn it, so you have to learn it."
Yes, and George W. Bush was never going into politics, either.
You might need it to keep track of your internet stocks.
You can't use what you don't know.
Think of it in terms of sports: It's too late to practice when you're in the "big game".
THE #1 REASON you should learn math you think you're never going to need...
You're going to be living in the 21st Century, and at this point, there's absolutely no way of telling what you will or will not need.
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