Mary Beth

Win A Millie September '17 version

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On ‎9‎/‎24‎/‎2017 at 5:48 AM, mlsa3 said:

Mary Beth....my math question on the Win A Millie this morning was 8+5....so if that is your numbers to add the answer is 13.....thought I would help a friend out.  haha

 

 

Bless your heart....thank you so much, lol. After 10 it gets difficult, lol. 

 


Mary Beth 

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All this math talk has made me chuckle. I am horrible at math, always have been. I flunked high school algebra. My sister on the other hand has excelled, she's been a high school math teacher for 35 years. She has never understood my struggle. As an adult I have realized that I am dyslexic...especially with numbers. At first glance, my mind actually sees a series of numbers out of order. I have learned that I ALWAYS have to double & many times triple check my work. Measure twice (or 3-4 times), cut once! The struggle is real.

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Oh my. I love math. It's the universal language. 2+2=4 whether it's English, Spanish, French or another language. Numbers have made a good living for me for a long time. That's one reason I can spend the day with Georgia In my quilting studio. 


Judy Day

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On ‎9‎/‎21‎/‎2017 at 8:27 AM, Cagey said:

If you like quilting, I believe you have to like math just a tad.  Otherwise, you would never know how much fabric to purchase.  ...

Cagey 

You are so funny, how could you not know how much fabric to buy?  The answer is always MORE! 


Lora.

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I love math.  Give me Calculous, Trig, proofs and theorems, and I'm a happy camper.  Algebra, well that's just plain boring.....necessary and the most practical, but still boring.  


Lora.

Lora in California -  Ultimate I with IntelliStitch and IntelliQuilter.  The Thimble Bee http://www.thimblebee.com

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