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hi! sleep = boring homework =funfunfun
In my opinion, sleep will only hinder one's progress.
I haven't slept for twenty six hours because of the amount of unforgiving homework my teachers give me.
Sleep if you're tired, Homework if you're hardworking :)
I really want to succeed in life, failure is really one of my greatest fears, next to God.
Last minute work?
Coffee is my elixir to be honest.
Hw = 7+ hours a day...
I just want to know your guys opinions, and if possible, any advice?
@SHAWANHASHAS Thanks for this question. But you can ask this in chat, Mathematics should only have questions pertaining to Maths.
it is not healthy to stay awake for a extended period of time
Ash, I'm sorry. I just really want to understand what is the best. My friend's argue with me that I need to sleep, but it truly is unnecessary at times.
If you like, I will delete this, if it makes you feel better. :)
You cannot simply have both...
my wife says I dont sleep well unless im working on something challenging.
If there is sleep, you will slack, if you slack, you will fail academically...
if you dont sleep you will dream while awake , which is dangerous and confusing
YES! I CAN RELATE!
UNKLE, THAT IS REALLY UNTRUE IMO.
@SHAWANHASHAS let's talk on chat, I would love to give my suggestions
if you fall asleep thinking of math, and wake up thinking of math then by transitivity you were thinking of math when you slept
im sure you could prove the same thing with the mean value theorem, or intermediate value theorem
Oh stop! please! that's terrifying! That's like the concept of imagining one is in a coma, and they are in the hospital, and life is just simply an illusion... That's very terrifying...