Bits and fragments will help you make a puzzle. It can be both good or bad.
NOTE: ALL OF THESE PICTURES WERE TAKEN BY ME
Yet another quote by me… It’s something that we must’ve all experienced(I assume).The example I am about to give is what my Math Teacher(Smita mam)says always to never remember anything in bits and fragments “IT WILL JUST CONFUSE YOU” It’s better to not remember it than even knowing it in pieces. And just now I experienced it.
Today’s most interestingly confusing day….-7th August 2021.
Apparently my mom wanted to buy a Paniyaram tawa thing made of Cast Iron in Amazon. My mom just questioned my dad randomly asking how much of the batter will one Kuzhi(hole) take. So my dad kept the question till it was lunch for me to solve .I hardly remembered the formulas as I was occupied by linear equations in two variables, polynomials and it’s factorization(that was a nice idea to escape, I thought).So he told there were 7 holes and he would give me the area between the spaces of the paniyaram pan. He told me to find the formula. And like an idiot I just kept deriving the formula with the circumference of the circle, with the help of my mom…I substituted 2πr as 2d with the extra information I had(I tried to be smart). My dad had told me clearly to show the steps ….
I think this must’ve hurt my Maths teacher, I am sorry mam.
Next half to be posted soon!
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