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Ever since September 11 of last year the United States economics has been plummeting People have been losing their jobs people have been going into bankruptcy the stock market has been dropping day by day In times like this education is extremely important In these economic issues people are not able to afford many employees so they look for well skilled intelligent and efficient people so that they wont have to hire many employees By having an impressive education you might be the one with the job If you look at education as something that you will learn pass and forget it after the test there no point in it But if you do what I do sometimes youll benefit from it in your future The way I look at education is learning the basics of life In History we learn others peoples past so that we could learn from it So if youre in a predicament you could infer from others past what they did and see if it will fit you best to get out of your situation Math we learn how number add up subtract make shapes all of that type of stuff but youre thinking what will a bunch of numbers do to my lifewell ill tell you these numbers are part of life in general they are used in business economics stocks architecture construction those types of jobs So maybe youre thinking Im not into that type of business well Math is like a logic based class it puts logic in to your head so that when you drive a car or make decisions you dont make ones that you will regret Science is a fun subjectif you believe in G-d this class will show you how G-d created the world and how he used different methods for living thing to functionThis class also shows you how G-d put different chemicals on this world and how they react
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