When I was a child you would need a ruler, a calculator, a pen and a pencil for a maths lesson.
Nowadays you only need a rubber.
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All the way up through calculus, rarely used calculators. Maybe when working with logarithms.
For chem and physics though, it was vital.
When I was I child all the only thing that was allowed in a maths lesson apart from the pupil and the teacher, was a slide rule!
Thought it was a French Letter, Chuckles.
So did I , until I leaned across the aisle at school in Allentown and asked someone if I could borrow their rubber …
Slide rules for me were for physics
I never used slide rule, nor abacus, though I saw kids with the former. In Russia, various shopkeepers used abacus. Never used rubber until last gf – don’t like them.
Used or unused?
As we all know by now, 30 doesn’t go into 15, at least not in this country. Have to go to France for that
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