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The Ten Commandments for Mathematics is given in King James Version and in New King James Version.

Ten Commandments for Mathematics

(King James Version)


1. Thou shalt read Thy problem.

2. Whatsoever Thou doest to one side of ye equation, Do ye also to the other.

3. Thou must use Thy "Common Sense", else Thou wilt have flagpoles 9,000 feet in height, yea ... even fathers younger than sons.

4. Thou shalt ignore the teachings of false prophets to do work in Thy head.

5. When Thou knowest not, Thou shalt look it up, and if Thy search still elude Thee, Then Thou shalt ask the all-knowing teacher.

6. Thou shalt master each step before putting Thy heavy foot down on the next.

7. Thy correct answer does not prove that Thou hast worked Thy problem correctly. This argument convincest none, least of all, Thy teacher.

8. Thou shalt first see that Thou hast copied Thy problem correctly before bearing false witness that the answer book lieth.

9. Thou shalt look back even unto Thy youth and remember Thy arithmetic.

10. Thou shalt learn, speak, write, and listen correctly in the language of mathematics, and verily A's and B's shall follow Thee even unto graduation.




(New King James Version)

1. You shall read your problems.

2. Whatever you do to one side of your equation, Do also to the other side.

3. You must use your "Common Sense", or else you will have flagpoles 9,000 feet in height, and ... even fathers younger than their sons.

4. You shall ignore the teachings of false prophets to do work in your head.

5. When you do not know something, you shall look it up, and if your search is not successful, Then you shall ask the all-knowing teacher.

6. You shall master each step before putting your heavy foot down on the next.

7. Your correct answer does not prove that you have worked your problem correctly. This argument will convince no one, least of all, your teacher.

8. You shall first see that you have copied your problem correctly before bearing false witness that the answer book lies.

9. You shall look back even to your youth and remember your arithmetic.

10. You shall learn, speak, write, and listen correctly in the language of mathematics, and surely A's and B's shall follow you even to graduation.



 

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