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Two groups of rats were raised separately, each with one of the following two kinds of music: (1) (2) The rats who were exposed to music like (2) performed better in maze tests. Is it true, then, that the stereotypical mathematician listens to classical music for this very reason? Sources: I forgot where I first read about this.

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no most mathematicians i know listen to mr relaxation
I'd rather listen to that than to what I posted above while working, satellite. :P Although I do mostly listen to music like (1), but less heavy. Like this: It's like a shot of adrenaline!
how about some nice adding fractions music?

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we can talk about it...
I would certainly pick 2 over 1.

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