The mitochondria is the powerhouse of the cell
@UsedHat, ribosome are protein factories
@poopnuggets, The nucleolus creates ribosomes
@UsedHat, the nucleolus creates RNA
@UsedHat, the endoplasmic reticulum sends the proteins to the nucleus
@UsedHat, I learned all that in middle school
@UsedHat, igneous metamorphic and sedimentary rocks
@The only panda god, strangely enough, I just happen to be taking a geology class and we just learned about these rocks
@UsedHat, my 5th grade science teacher taught us them and expected us to understand what he was going on about... my reading teacher had to teach us. Great job Mr.Deane!
How to deny my own personality so that I can fit into societies full of people who are also denying individuality.
@Polaroid, Woah bud. I see that 5% coming in handy.
@Polaroid, what kind of school are all of you going to? I never experienced anything like that in my high school.
What I learned in highschool was the basic foundation for calculus. I found out how our economy worked. I learned how to write a proper essay and how to actually apply evidence to my claims. I learned how events from our past really do haunt our society. I learned how to use the laws of nature to my liking and be able to predict the outcomes of scenarios. I learned how to be able to perform beautiful pieces of musical artwork. I'm not sure about any of you but highschool really has taught me a lot and the fact that most of the comments kind of say highschool is bad/irrelevant makes me think that as a society we underappreciate the education that we have/are having
The mitochondria, dude. C'mon.
We also learned how terrifying indistinguishable we are as a group of 50 million students in a system that doesn't care about us
@Dr Rick Sanchez, the teachers care :(
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The very essence of reality is beginners Spanish
@CinnamondaWinnamon, Sorry man, I didn't mean to downvote you.
Columbus sailed the blue in 1492
*comment that I made about mitochondria and sociology that I stole from others after reading the comments*
How to graph a polynomial function.
How to graph a polynomial equation
Its all recycled bs since middle school tbh