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What is the best music one could listen to while doing Mathematics?

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  1. Geometry_Hater
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    Any kind of music that relax's you or helps you think Though of course it depends on the person and his/her taste in music.

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  2. Pspman1997
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    I can agree with Geometry Hater. It depends on what kind of music you like, usually i'd listen to a bit of classical. It calms me down and it helps me think.

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  3. bngaure
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    I can never listen to classical, I start falling asleep. So I listen to city and colour, or mike pinto. Pretty much any acoustics.

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  4. nickhouraney
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    i prefer somewhat relaxing music, listening to submotion orchestra remixes at the moment but thats the type i like

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  5. monokerous
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    Classical. Or Jazz?

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  6. julianassange
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    I've been listening to this one man band called The Weeknd. His songs are pretty nice.

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  7. Compassionate
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    Instrumental and classical music. I suggest: Eternity of Memories and Lightwaves - FF Soundtrack.

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  8. sarah_hendrix7
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    Classical music! Or the piano guys on Youtube :)

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  9. Compassionate
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    This song will get you an A on any math test. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZyVXFpD4k_s&feature=related

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  10. HomeSkooledd
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    show tunes or R&B

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  11. SOJA
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    @bngaure has the right idea, i personally cant listen to classical either.

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  12. HomeSkooledd
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    i play classical music and it puts me to sleep. you could listen to my song! tion- i got you on youtube lol

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  13. jazy
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    Try different stations on Pandora. They have a 20 second advertisement every 15 songs or so but you can have as many stations as you want. I have to agree with @Compassionate on music type.

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  14. katragaddasaichandra
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    Melody

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  15. cindyxlovee
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    anything instrumental

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  16. kymber
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    Screamo.

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  17. IloveHope.
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    try listening to auburn <3

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  18. Green3179
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    stuff that you dont know the words for so you dont end singing along and can focus

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  19. Sup_open~study
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    @ParthKohli this stuff works it will keep your mind on the work tohttp://www.youtube.com/user/StudyMusicProject

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