# Thread: New maths theories; Ampere's circuital law.

1. ## New maths theories; Ampere's circuital law.

Okay, I now feel the urge to come up with new equations to allow young children to do the most complex of college formulas. Let's begin with some... Let's tack the topic at hand, to see mathematical formula are not hard to understand, okay?

Scary, hey? Let's see if we can find a pattern for the two, and, then find a way to do maths regarding these two for the kids, so they can prepare for college, to see if they like this sort fo thing?

[A] This would be positive [c] minus [c] = [0]. Then, positive [s] minus [s] = [0]. Four symbols eliminated so far. Then, this centre equation of the first joules [J] * [d] = [B]. That is the answer of the first one, [energy] or [joules] times by [distance].

[B] For this second one, seeing as how we found the middle of the first so easy, would be to multiply the first answer by [f], of course.

As you can see, anyone in grade eight might be able to do this easier than they teach algebra, yes? It would also excite them more, to find these things so easy to do, as I find them to teach, of course.

2. ## Bernoulli's principle.

With this we are trying to find [H], yes? This will be a case of not merely eliminating symbols, but something more challenging, of course.

So, [z] + [z / 4 * 5], of course.

This is because the one side of the quadratic equation has one symbols divided by two and the second has four symbols divided three, yes? Naturally, this means there could also be [0.5] + [2], yes?

This means it comes down to, as they are all added, one [1p] / [1p] * [1g], so, either it is [1] or it is [half], yes? Then, the second is easy.

Either the answer is [3z] or [2.5z].

3. Your problem, Probius, is complex:

1 there are no children here;
2 if there were any children here, they might rather want to kick your ass than go to college (it's free in jail anyway);
3 you do not state what key this is in. Do you even know?

4. Originally Posted by Brett Nortje
Okay, I now feel the urge to come up with new equations to allow young children to do the most complex of college formulas. Let's begin with some... Let's tack the topic at hand, to see mathematical formula are not hard to understand, okay?

Scary, hey? Let's see if we can find a pattern for the two, and, then find a way to do maths regarding these two for the kids, so they can prepare for college, to see if they like this sort fo thing?

[A] This would be positive [c] minus [c] = [0]. Then, positive [s] minus [s] = [0]. Four symbols eliminated so far. Then, this centre equation of the first joules [J] * [d] = [B]. That is the answer of the first one, [energy] or [joules] times by [distance].

[B] For this second one, seeing as how we found the middle of the first so easy, would be to multiply the first answer by [f], of course.

As you can see, anyone in grade eight might be able to do this easier than they teach algebra, yes? It would also excite them more, to find these things so easy to do, as I find them to teach, of course.

Ummm, I think you are asking for a lot. Young children are currently being taught MORE COMPLEX ways to do simple math!