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  • I am Ti dom and I have discomfort with Te doms

    6 25.00%
  • I am Te dom and I have discomfort with Ti doms

    2 8.33%
  • I am Ti dom and I have no discomfort with Te doms

    10 41.67%
  • I am Te dom and I have no discomfort with Ti doms

    6 25.00%
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    Are we agreeing? Cause I think Liquid_Laser is saying Ti is good at geometry and Te is good at algebra. And Jae Rae is saying the opposite.

    For what it matters. I am Ti dominant and I prefer algebra. I hate drawing and memorizing theorems and proving things everyone already knows. Graphing is evil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colors View Post
    Are we agreeing? Cause I think Liquid_Laser is saying Ti is good at geometry and Te is good at algebra. And Jae Rae is saying the opposite.

    For what it matters. I am Ti dominant and I prefer algebra. I hate drawing and memorizing theorems and proving things everyone already knows. Graphing is evil.
    I think we are agreeing that there is some cognitive reason why some have an easier time with algebra and others with geometry, but perhaps that reason does not have to do with Ti vs Te as I had originally hypothesized.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Liquid_Laser View Post
    I think that is a better comparison htb.

    I've noticed in teaching math that people who have an easy time with algebra often struggle somewhat with geometry and vice-versa. I believe that algebra favors Te and geometry Ti. (Calculus tends to have a decent balance of both.) I think it is because algebra is heavily symbol oriented, and geometry is picture oriented.
    Geometry and Trigonometry were the only maths that I somewhat understood! Algebra is the devil's math. :steam:
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