Wtf. I haven't learned about vectors yet :P
:3 you in 8th grade too?
Learning 8th grade math, in 7th grade
Ah, nice. I'm in the advanced math class at our school. I tend to learn stuff quickly, so I pretty much taught myself quadratics :P Apparently we are going to learn more of it later this year, though.
So you technically have 9th grade math?
I honestly have no idea. I think it just goes more in-depth than the normal math class does. I am looking forward to AP classes in high school, though :)
Ooh Advanced Placement. I wonder if they teach coding in high school, maybe they'll learn more about coding from you than vice versa :P
Haha :P I'll have to look into it and see if any schools nearby have coding classes. There is one that I know of, but it is in Sonoma (about 2 hours away ._.)
Californian? I'll bet you live in San Francisco
Near San Francisco, don't want to say too much. Wouldn't want random strangers from Bukkit coming to my house ;o
I see you live in a state named after one of our Presidents? :P
Indeed I do. How did you find out?
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Oh. IP Adress?
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Yeah, school won't be teaching you vectors any time soon. Vectors are taught in your Precalculus/Trigonometry, which will be in 10th grade for me. (I'm currently in 8th grade taking Algebra 1)
It's ordered by Algebra A, B and geometry for me. In 7th, taking Algebra B
Weird. In seventh grade, I was taking 8th grade math, and the course was called Pre-algebra.
Wtf. I in 6th we learned prealgebra (skipped, had advanced classes with 7th grade), Algebra A in 7th grade(skipped, doing classes with 8th graders), Algebra B in 8th grade, and Geometry if doing advanced math in 8th grade(9th grade math, planning to do so). I'm in 7th grade with Algebra B, 8th grade math.
The classes are probably a little different. :P
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