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# Math Problems on the Blackboard

Who here can solve one big problem on just on one entire blackboard?

The farthest I solved a long problem took me a 3/4th of a board.

Note by Llewellyn Sterling
3 years ago

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Solving on Blackboards always helps us, as it allows us to brainstorm the problem that we are solving.No matter how much of the board is covered. By the way once it took me all the area of the board to solve a typical geometry problem.(Long Back)

- 3 years ago

My handwriting on a black board isn't very nice , so I pretty much avoided using the board to solve doubts .

Can you write that question , for which you had to use $$\frac{3}{4}^{th}$$ of the Black board for , here ? I would love to see and try to solve it myself :)

- 3 years ago

I am still trying to find one that takes a very long time to solve.

- 3 years ago

How about Fermat's Last Theorem ?? Just kidding !!

- 3 years ago

I just posted a new note with a calculus function on it. Try and solve it when I post it shortly.

- 3 years ago