Maybe I should have said complex multiplication and long division, and my point is that the way they teach it, expect students to work it without calculators has changed.
The only thing is, he was thinking of July 2, the day the Declaration was actually ratified and signed.
It’s called arachnophobia.
This comic may have been around for a while, but I do believe these are all new strips….
You’re right. addition and subtraction haven’t changed and neither have the results, but how they teach and want student to do multiplication and division now might as well be Greek to me!
We didn’t miss it, it was a dumb joke!
Most likely Vietnam, at the outside, Korea. He’s likely too young for WWII.
Have you seen what they call math today? I tried to help my stepdaughter with division and I had no clue what I was looking at! As far as the calculator, teachers want you to show your work; at least that hasn’t changed.