It’s the thought that counts, but don’t count on it to solve complicated mathematical equations. Just because it counts doesn’t mean that it’s very good at it.

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It’s the thought that counts, but don’t count on it to solve complicated mathematical equations. Just because it counts doesn’t mean that it’s very good at it.

Photo by Andrea Piacquadio on Pexels.com

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A vote definitely counts!

Que?

Sometimes it counts twice!

Some people may have to work harder than others to focus on the equation.

Some thoughts are prone to wander.

Bloomin heck – does anyone else see the error just above her right shoulder? Basically I’m not sure why she came out with correct result. Come to think of it – she might have used the same technique I used to get the right answers when I studied algebra.

And the truth comes out…

Math ain’t my thang.

You still count, even if your thoughts don’t.

Yes, it’s the computer that counts.

I believe you’ve cracked the code!

I’m assuming it has the same dyscalculia I do then 🤪 poor thought…

Dyscalculia has to be contagious, right?

They say stupidity is…so I don’t see why not 😉

That’s the answer I was calculating on.

Silly teachers always asked me how I arrived at the answer. It wasn’t my fault they couldn’t follow my logic.I know exactly what you mean.

I must be a thought… maths was never my thing.

That’s a decent thought.