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    Quote Originally Posted by nedrgr21 View Post
    What's a roundyard?
    Easy to mow
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    whodathunkit - new math on DC. Would it be wrong to teach it to my 6 yr old niece?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nedrgr21 View Post
    whodathunkit - new math on DC. Would it be wrong to teach it to my 6 yr old niece?
    Depends on whether you want them to succeed in life or not.

    Oh heck, it doesn't matter any more. I saw the screen on the supermarket cash register, it has pictures of the coins and tells how many of each to give back as change.

    It really does matter, even here. Is a 100 round box at $35.77 a better deal than two boxes of 50 at $16.99 each? How many kids can figure that out in their head, without reaching for calculator?
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    All this confusion over a "roundyard". It's pronounced "bullet-yard". Less confusing. I like the OP's math better though. I make about a half million a year that way.

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    Back when I shot smallbore pistol competition red dots were known to help improve scores greatly. Nice shooting there!
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    That would be $17+tax with .223 ammo. .22LR is about $2. How do you calculate the minute of range value?
    If I couldn't shoot .22 I would be living in a tent.

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    Good shooting!
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    Normally, my math is better than my shooting... Really, it is.

    But I'm not going to take this mistake too hard. After all, I read somewhere that 3/2 of all people have trouble with fractions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dandyone View Post
    Normally, my math is better than my shooting... Really, it is.

    But I'm not going to take this mistake too hard. After all, I read somewhere that 3/2 of all people have trouble with fractions.
    And there are 10 types of people in the world; those who understand binary and those who don't!
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