ASVAB: Arithmetic Reasoning and Mathematics Knowledge Help

in this video I'm going to take you through the Armed Services vocational aptitude battery math sections and we're going to go through all of the sort of maps so you need to be aware of in order to make a good attempt at this test I'm not going to show you how to answer every single possible question a lot of it is figure out for yourself I'm going to present the mathematics that's required so you'll be knowledgeable about the math so you need so you'll have the mathematical knowledge you'll know the techniques to apply but you will have to figure out the question for yourself but you have the knowledge required to make an attempt at it so the first thing I'm going to say it's first step when taking the test is our tfq our f stands for read T stands for the F stands for something else rings with duck or rather ducking and Q stands for question so read the something question this is extraordinarily important the questions are almost always written with some horrible trick that will trip you up and make you answer a completely different question you have to answer the question you're given so read it and read it again most marks will be lost by not fully understanding exactly what you're asked and answering the question good example it will ask you to calculate the average or making the lowest score people will just read the question Russian calculate the average and they'll include the lowest score get it wrong so read the question okay now there's no calculator allowed and this is a problem so we need to know a few tricks to be able to do the algebra properly or rather the arithmetic first trick I'm going to show you is cancelling zeros so if you have something like a hundred divided by a thousand you can work left right to left and score out the zeros so you can score this zero out you can score this zero out and get the zero in this zero so you reduce this to one over ten same thing here if you've got 120 divided by you can score off the last zero score off the last zero rewrite it without the zeros twelve divided by three negatives you four so that's an important maths trick however I need to cancel away zeros second trick probably the most important trick you've got is basically making a guest of it sometimes you'll get a question you go really how do you do this I can die my math isn't good enough to do something so horrible in most people's most people really can't do three point two eight four times 0.18 without a calculator but you can get right roughly the right answer and when you look at the multiple choice you can say well it's definitely not these ones and this ones are closest so you don't actually always have to do the exact calculation getting roughly the right answer is sufficient to get you the answer but you can rule everything else out so here instead of going 0.18 you can say well that's roughly 0.2 and it's very little different so just say it's 0.2 well when you know your equivalence between decimals and fractions you can say zero point what zero point two is the same as 1/5 because well I think 1/5 you get zero point two so split one into five pieces you can you get point two probably even draw I knew you'd see that as beings are point two at zero point 2 and like that's the whole sometimes doodles help trap that little is not well be helpful but illustrates kinda idea dividing one by five gives you point five so really what you're doing is instead of multiplying but that's 0.18 which can it is just divide by five and so the other way we can think about is we look at answers a and B it's definitely not these that divide by five definitely doesn't get these so we're left with that sort I'm 5050 already having having no idea how to actually do the calculation sorry mental math is just not that good so we can say this one's rough point six as one is roughly point four so indeed point six times five is three that's close to that point four times five is two that's way off so we're going to go with answer C alternatively the more proper way of doing it would be realize 0.18 is equal to 0.2 minus 0.02 so it gives you that you would take this number and multiply it by this then you take this number multiplied by this and subtract them but that would give you the actual answer and that's dividing by 50 it's more clumsy this Way's easier so when you're attempting these questions if you see something you oh yeah I can't do it the math is too hard my arithmetic is just not that good well don't panic just take your time and go can I get close to the answer and then you can start ruling things out there way off and usually there is quite a difference between the answers so getting close is sufficient to be completely confident that you've got the right answer some more tricks often you have to work with ratios they can be used in all sorts of different ways you have to practice these yourself but the trick that I would advise you use is divided by the smallest very easy to remember divided by the smallest so if you have the ratio of 225 to 9 which ones as small as well mine is obviously the smallest so divide both sides by 9 and 9 divided by 9 is 1 so the smallest divided by itself will always give you 1 so you'll get a ratio to 1 every single time that's why / it's a good rule and then divide this by 9 and you get 9 to get 9 to 1 so you'll always get a ratio to 1 when you divide by the smallest and it will give you the smallest possible ratio which you can't get any lower than to 1 another trick often you'll get questions where you're having to scale things so for example you'll be told the 15 apples cost 7 dollars what's the price for 105 so you're going to have to scale up very simple don't worry about this yet step 1 come up with some equation step two you find one equals and the third step as you scale it up so you're finding an equation for the usain basically 15 apples equals seven dollars 15 apples cost seven dollars 15 apples equals seven dollars I'm just called a you're allowed to do that just a for Apple not wildly complicated and we say one Apple well 15 apples are seven dollars one Apple is seven dollars divided by 50 and now we need to scale it up 105 multiply both sides by 105 this is one of the most important rules in maths if you do one thing to one side of equation do the same thing to the other fast SuperDuper important rule do something on one side do it to the other that gives 105 apples equals seven dollars over 15 times 105 so you multiply 105 by both sides and don't worry about the arithmetic just trust me it's correct 105 apples days $49 so 3 steps right take the equation out of the question read the question work out an equation from the question find one equals so get one on the left hand side of the equation and then scale it up and that will work every time for scaling take quite alright now let's move on to rounding often asked about going this way to the big numbers you most people understand but when we start getting the decimals people don't necessarily know as well so the first point the first zero after the decimal point here we call the tens so this is like 1/10 2/10 3/10 then we've got hundreds as the second one then thousandths and then ten thousandths so you want to remember all these and then after ten thousand six hundred thousands after hundred thousands that goes millions and then ten millionths hundred millions billions ten billions 100 billions and so on but you don't really need to go that far so let's move on and do an example of renting an apology's with a little jump so we're doing renting examples now right so let's say want to round examples so I've been around nine to the nearest nearest ten so really what we're thinking about zero here we've got ten here where it is nine fit along there a nine somewhere up here so nine is closer a 10 then it is zero so then we would say the answer there is 10 see or to do another one round 57 to the nearest hundred so let's think about it with zero here 100 year so it's 57 closer to 100 or closer to zero obviously 57 is closer to 100 so we'd say that answer is 100 something more difficult say what around 9,000 842 to nearest and we'll do two will do for a we're going to do it nearest thousand and Part B you're going to do it in the Earth's hundred so a so there's this closer to 9,000 or closer to 10,000 but 842 is telling you is closest to 10,000 and if we look at what hundreds of those closest to is 40 42 closer to 100 or 0 but it's closer to 0 so we're going to keep this at 800 this is going to be 9,000 804 a last example we're going to round running over space will say 1.86 two hours for a coal mine we'll just see hundreds so which hundreds is it closest to so this is the thousands so we're going to look at and this is the hundreds here so this is going to be rounded up or rounded dang well two is closer to zero than it is to one so this is going to stay at six so the answer is going to be one point eight six so that's a rounding so let's move on and look at something completely different let's look at percentages so one presented your first thing we have to be able to do of course is calculate percentages you can't do that well you're kind of in trouble so let's see we had ten man and ninety woman so what percentage percentage is women is women rather so the percentage in this case is woman divided by the total so add everyone out any times by a hundred so on the top you get you put what you want or you want and on the bottom you basically add it up add everything up so that's exactly we're going to do here so you see there's 90 women so what we want want the percentage of women and the total is going to be 90 plus 10 so we're going to get 90 divided by 100 so it ends up by a hundred times 100 so that's 0.9 times 100 so that is 90 percent and that's the basic idea of how you cap a percentage often the questions are a little bit more difficult than that today I just want you to do something really really easy with percentages that perhaps want you to you do calculations involving multiple percentages so for example we've got an investment and see that the sheet after this so tight that is getting distracting that looks a bit that shade that way so investment of one thousand dollars and this loses fifteen percent per year for will see three years all right the stupid way people think to do this as you go who fifteen percent one year fifteen percent next year there will add these apples a fifteen percent plus 15% plus fifteen percent that equals forty five percent so it takes forty five percent of fat that is completely wrong don't ever do that total nonsense percentages don't work that way this is the correct way to do that we know it's a fifteen percent is the same as multiplying by 0.15 so we're going to start with one hundred percent and we're going to lose fifteen percent of it now say lose and put fifteen here this will make more sense lose fifteen percent so start with a hundred percent will they lose fifteen percent so subtract those numbers what are we left with 85% 85% is 0.85 in decimals we're going to use this property to do the calculation so we're going to break it down into years perhaps come over here let's do this in this little box here so I'm going to say year one and year one we've got a thousand dollars and we lose fifteen percent times out by 0.15 and we get eight hundred and fifty dollars year two well we're going to tip this eight hundred and fifty that's going to be what's left so to eat fifty times and we lose another fifteen percent and that leaves us with seven hundred and twenty two point five dollars the arithmetic here is a bit nastier than will you be used to in an actual test and year three we're going to have this coming down here so seven twenty two point five and we're going to lose 15 percent of that again and so the final answer after three years is 104 six hundred and fourteen and around thirteen and that's the final answer so that's how you do some stuff with percentages now we're going to move on and look at how we work with fraction so on two fractions vital thing you need to know the fractions is working with common denominators it's absolutely essential that you have on the bottom of the fraction the same thing so you can just add a half and a quarter just willy-nilly you have to make sure that on the bottom of the fraction you get the same number and there is a technique to do it you take this number multiply top and bottom you take this number about by top and bottom we'll see how that's done in a minute and if you draw out it becomes incredibly clear that you have to have the same number on the top the bottom when you add you have to do it in a proper way so 1/2 plus 1/4 is 3/4 that's a right answer and so you draw our hats this 1/4 looks like this and well this is the 1/2 plus 1/4 this looks like 3/4 whereas if you just go although I will just do it simply will go 1 plus 1 is 2 2 plus 4 is 6 that just gives you complete garbage anything 1/2 plus 1/4 is this 2/6 which looks like this well that Plus that does not give that that's just completely and utterly ridiculous let's actually do some examples with fractions there's a couple of things you have to be able to do when you're using fractions or put that in so you can't see what's coming next you want spoilers so you need to be able to add and subtract it's an important skill so see you're doing 1/4 plus 1/4 but same thing that we've got here so you get 1 plus 1 is 2 and that's over 4 you can simplify these down you see you can divide the top of the bottom by 2 so 2 divided by 2 is 1 4 divided by 2 is 2 that gives you a half see we had the for the corner plus the half so I do this relatively about times 4 times 4 that's the 4 like that and then times 2 and x 2 plus 2 is going with that so 1 times 2 is guess what to 4 times 2 is 8 plus 1 times 4 is 4 2 times 4 is 8 2 plus so we're going to add these two fractions 2 plus 4 is 6 and then we're going to get 8 on the bottom don't add these don't just get out the way of going 8 plus 8 no just add the tops get these bottoms the same and add the 2 on the top and well we can simplify this we can say well well what could we do with this fo can divide by 2 again if you keep divided by 2 usually the right answer but you want to find the highest number in this case which can – it works so I gives you 3 / 4 6 divided by 2 is 3 8 divided by 2 is 4 and that gives you your final answer multiplication so multiply so see but 1/4 times 1/2 well you do top times top is 1 bottom times bottom is 4 times 2 is 8 and this makes sense if you draw it out basically what you're seeing is you've got the hole and then you've got a quarter this is the quarter here and then you're dividing that in half and that's going to be 1/8 in there sometimes doodles help so dividing another important skill divided in English but it should be able to spell so see you're doing this quarter divided by 1/2 the rule is you take the second fraction and flip so you flip upside down so you get and you change this this becomes a times when you flip so getting a core times 2 over 1 flip it it's copying so tignous flipped it upside down to get 2/1 top times top just the same rulers here we're going to get 2 4 times 1 we're going to get 4 and then we can simplify this gets wok / – so we're going to get 1/2 last thing if I just squeeze it in across here that you're going to have to be able to do is you might get something that looks horrible like 6 and a half whew that looks different plus we're going to do is a two and a quarter so the trick here as we do it we can split this up and do 6 plus 2 plus 1/2 plus 1/4 this gives you the right answer so 6 plus 2 is 8 then we're going to add to that or we can just steal the answer from here plus three over four so we're going to get eight and three cores and this is just the same as eight point seven five the alternative way to do this if you prefer working and decimals is to say that this is just the same as six point five six nine six point five plus two and a core is two point two five and if you add that you get eight point seven five that's the alternative perhaps simpler perhaps not alright next thing we're going to look at is powers powers are very important and thankfully not hugely difficult all right so see if you can spot the pattern here so 2 squared is 2 times 2 2 cubed is 2 times 2 times 2 2 to the power 4 is 2 times 2 times 2 times 2 and to the power a 5 is 1 2 3 4 5 is 5 that's this 4 3 2 so this number here tells you how many twos and when it's power – we say that squared power 3 is cubed and then we just go for fifth sixth power typically and the other thing you need to know is that 2 to the power 0 is 1 and to the power 1 is 2 so 2 by 2 0 has its own rule any number to the power 0 is 1 and any number to the power of 1 is always going to be itself so worth bearing all this in mind these are very important rules square roots other important functions and essentially all you're doing is you're doing kind of power backwards so in the case of a square root it's all about square so power 2 so 2 squared is 4 and the square root of 4 gets you back to the 2 2 squared 3 squared is 9 and the square root of 9 gets you back to the 3/4 squared 16 root 16 gets you 4 and 5 squared gives you 25 and the square root of 25 gets you back to 5 and if we look at just kinda definition and we'll use root 4 as an example square root 4 is equal to you can going to think of as the answer to the question 4 is what number squared what number squared gives you 4 and in this case it's 2 there is an equivalence with power so might as well just mention that the square root is the same as the power of 1/2 may not be of any use but if you take the square root of the doo doo now it's the same as that thing to the power of 1/2 may be useful maybe not something that is definitely absolutely always going to be useful is baaad maths and this is the order that you do things in so the both mass for an out here be for brackets order so squared square roots cubes division multiplication addition and subtraction so you do it in this order to start here finish down here so always do the calculations in this order if you do it in a different order you get the wrong answer this is extremely important you must always do calculations starting with the brackets then do this then this then this always go this way otherwise you get it wrong and so let's do some examples seeing this in practice so examples so say we go 2 plus 5 times 3 2 plus 5 times 3 so let's pull up our thing there we've got a multiplication and in addition it's upside down multiplication and within addition here so this is going to be done first we do the multiplication first so this comes first so we're going to get this equals 2 plus 5 times 3 yes what's 15 and that's going to give you 17 as your answer let's try this another way instead of that what if we had 2 plus 5 times 3 notice these are similar we've put the brackets around these bits instead so look at a rule what comes first we've got an addition a multiplication in brackets so well we have to do the thing in the back brackets first and then the multiplication is going to be second so it goes in this order bracket so go 2 plus 5 in the bracket so it's going to be 7 and we're changing that by 3 and that's going to give us 21 so notice these look the same but we've just done this kind of calculation but the brackets have made us do it in a different order and the order changes the answer it's very important that we are aware of that order let's zoom across here and do a really nasty example so say we had something like 2 plus 7 squared divided by 9 plus brackets 5 times 4 over 2 so let's think well here just put this stuff we're going to call this B for brackets B for brackets brackets always done first let's do the brackets so we're going to get 9 squared 2 plus 7 is 9 we put the squared on then we get 9 plus 5 times 4 is 20 over 2 so what's next in our list so we've done the brackets we know that's first by now next order so we're going to do Squared's so 9 squared is 81 divided by 9 plus and we'll just keep this the same 20 divided by 2 right what's next well board maths Bebo D so divide 81 divided by 9 is 9 you may notice a kind of property at work here the concept of a square root 9 squared you see you could also just like score that and score that but will not bother with that now and then that is of course 10 – the answer is 19 the addition coming last obviously all right let's move on we'll go next evaluating formulas this is really important so perhaps in the exam you'll get some formula you might be told the Z equals x plus 3 and the X is 2 this isn't difficult the X if you have some X this just stands for a number this could be anything and well you're told it's 2 so just stick the to it so Z equals 2 replace the X with a 2 plus 3 which is 5 not terribly difficult somewhat more difficult is solving for x that's an extremely important skill in maths let's just zoom across onto another bit of paper and well when I height was underneath that had my stops encroaching all right so get rid of this yeah getting through quite bit of paper here so solving for x flip this forward again so we've got an equation let's say just like the 1 for X plus 3 and instead of getting being given X we're going to be given Walt Z is so we're going to find X if Z equals 5 and just as before that can go in just like that so the equation now becomes 5 equals x plus 3 now remember the rule we talked about earlier if you do one thing to one side you have to do it to the other side so we're going to subtract 3 from this side and subtract 3 from this side so you get 5 minus 3 that's going to be 2 and we're going to get 3 minus 3 which is going to just leave us with the X so that's basically our answer but this isn't a nice way to write it and it's perfectly okay to switch these round doesn't change anything so x equals 2 is our answer let's look at another example just rise line there so Z equals 5x plus 1 and we're going to see a Z equals 11 find X so 11 is going to go in there so getting 11 equals 5x plus 1 so we have minus 1 minus 1 so 10 is equal to 5x all right so we don't want 5 times X we just want X so divide both sides by 5 so you're going to get 10 divided by 5 is 10 divided by 5 it shouldn't be difficult that's of course 2 equals x so x equals 2 just the coincidence of the same answer it's not terribly important now let's look at inequalities this follows on logically so we talk with greater than so you could say that 5 is greater than 1 that's a symbol for greater than 5 bigger than 1 5 is greater than 1 less than the arrow goes in the opposite direction so 1 is of course less than 5 it's not a shock to anyone and then you've got the concept of greater than or equal to and then you've got less than or equal to so X could be greater than or equal to 5 that means X could be 5 6 7 8 9 there could be any number greater than 5 or 5 itself they can't be 4 3 2 1 can't be anything that's less and occasionally you may be asked to solve an inequality to make it something like X minus 2 is greater than 6 so find X so X is greater than something or X is less than something or you might get something more difficult like 2 X plus 6 is less than 3x so what can you say about X what could X be in the watt range and basically this is fundamentally the same solving for x but and the important rule is if you're multiplying it by a negative you switch so when you multiply through by a negative number greater than becomes less than and less than becomes greater than these things switch around and we're going to work on a example so slide that in there so you can't see what comes next again go into one spoilers perhaps this isn't wildly exciting to you but it's necessary you want pass this exam you are getting anyone to do well so we'll keep going so example X plus 5 is less than 8 so rearrange this so minus 5 minus 5 just as before so again that X is see the 5 goes 8 minus 5 is going to leave us with 3 so X is less than 3 let's go example 1 we're going to do a couple example 2 they'll get progressively more difficult 12 is less than X plus 4 so minus 4 minus 4 so 12 minus 4 is 8 less than minus 4 so X this this is technically correct there's an answer but crap doesn't match up with a multiple choice and the reason will be is because it was probably written the other way around so it is less than X if you think about it think for a minute this should be obvious to you this could be written alternatively as X is greater than 8 so 8 is less than X that means that X must be more than 8 you're switching a ring that's perfectly acceptable and the last example is going to be the hardest but not terribly difficult X plus 1 is less than minus 3 we're going to use a rule here so we need to subtract 1 from both sides we're going to get at is less than minus 4 and sorry well this is minus X minus X 0 minus minus X plus 1 is less than -3 subtracted the ones and we're left with the minus X is less than minus 4 so we have to multiply this by minus 1 we're going to multiply this by minus 1 remember our rule if we multiply by minus 1 we have to change this so this is going to have to change that's going to go this way we've multiplied by a minus so getting an X minus 1 times X that becomes positive and minus 4 times minus 1 that becomes positive we multiply something negative times negative negative times negative equals positive positive times negative is negative this is important rule and if an unsurprisingly positive times positive is of course positive so just finish that yeah so minus times minus is positive it's like not not in English I will not not do that that is I will do that that's the way people tend to remember that and so lastly let's flick through some other stuff you should know that is kind of more than mathematical knowledge section and we fly through a couple of final points and then we're finished so have the concept of the mean or the average as various types of averages but the mean is the most used one and the mean is fantastically simple you'll be glad to hear basically the mean or the average is equal to write afraid this way it's not particularly rigorously mathematical but it works you go add them up and then divide by Kempton so here's some data 1 5 7 9 3 so add them up 1 plus 5 or 7 plus 9 just add more and then count 1 2 3 4 5 so count them on the bottom add them up in the top 25 divided by 5 that added up gives 25 and 25 over 5 is 5 not difficult next thing factorials I have no idea why you have to know about these but it's in the list thankfully they're simple but generally they're not used until quite advanced math so I have no idea why these are at all important to you but it's in the list so you must know it there's a clear pattern here you may be exported already while I'm ranting so 2 factorial is 2 times 1 3 factorial is 3 times 2 times 1 4 factorial days 4 times 3 times 2 times 1 5 factorial is 5 times 4 times 3 times 2 times 1 pattern you take the number and multiply it by every number that comes before it but remember that 0 factorial is 1 and 1 factorial is 1 these are the special cases and that's really all there is to factorials they are very very useful in advanced that but in everyday kind of math the label that we'll be going through they're not really relevant circles more relevant so 3 things you have to know about a circle is if you take this this is the center of my badly drawn circle a line that goes from one edge to the other and passes through the middle is called a diameter one that goes from the middle to any point on the outside it's called a radius and the distance right round like you're a bit like perimeter the distance around here is called the circumference we're going to call cumference see the diameter D and the radius can be called R as a couple of relations yet the diameter is 2 times the radius this is not surprising from one side to the other is double from the middle to the edge so this you imagine if we drew another one came along there that's double when you add them together this Plus this is a stats or two times this is this pi is probably number you've heard of people like to put on t-shirts you also have the factorial on a t-shirt a factorial exclamation Marcus a joke people like on Italian t-shirt this cumference is related by I if you take PI any times by the diameter you get the circumference and the area of a circle is 2 pi times R squared worth just memorizing these as well as the definitions I've put in the description below angles worth just knowing a couple of simple definitions a right angle is 90 degrees and it looks like this and a cute angle is not quite 90 degrees at some angle less than 90 degrees an obtuse angle is greater than 90 degrees at night it was up the line up there it's gone past that so we call that an obtuse angle and lastly we'll just touch on the idea of area and volume sometimes you have to do problem solving type questions which can be quite tricky but if you don't know what area or volume is you're never going to get it nice and simple if you've got something here you want the area in here you do length x it spread small by those two numbers and if you want the volumes or all of this in three dimensions you're going to have to do this here times this here times this year length time distance times length times dead times height and that gives you the volume so there I think we've run through the majority of the stuff that's likely come up in your test this isn't sufficient simply watching this video will not get you a good mark but it will ensure that you're you experienced the sort of mathematics that's involved and you'll be able to confidently attack some of the questions with extensive practice applying these concepts the exam is manageable but you really have to do endless questions practice is the most effective way of learning simply watching this video is just giving you the kind of tools to go on and do your practicing but I really hope that this has been helpful to you and it's free from your perspectives you have to waste any of your money and finally thank you for watching

35 thoughts on “ASVAB: Arithmetic Reasoning and Mathematics Knowledge Help”

  1. I take my asvab on Monday July 1st. What can help me to pass the asvab??
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  2. A better way to bodmas I pemdas parentheses. Exponents. Multiplication. Division. Addition. Subtraction.

  3. lol these comments fr. this makes arithmetic and mathematics make sense but im a visual learner maybe some of yall arent lol but yeah maybe just find what fits you best maybe u need a tutor or a friend or someone to help u study just have patience and time if u feel like u dont have time to study its because you dont want too

  4. You need to teach history or something , how you going to call people stupid while they are practicing lmao

  5. Here's a great asvab tutorial I've found online…

    Omw right now to take the asvab😫like i was so pumped up and relax the days leading up to today,but as soon as i stepped in this van my lower belly start hurting😪I needa stay focus to pass it.Wish me luck plz

    I got 53/64 I am in 8th grade is that good for the first try on this?

  6. Math by far is much strongest category. There was a few things that I needed refreshed because I did it in like 6th grade and you did that, thx. I'm excited to take my asvab tomorrow

  7. Dude this is so helpful at first I didn’t understand you, had to figure out your sort of formulas myself but just do a little explaining next time. Oh and for those of you wondering “BODMAS” different regions use that formula like Europe I’m assuming he’s from that continent.

  8. I just personally want to thank you, in my practice exams I was getting 40 percent and I even paid 65 for a course and I barely gain anything out of it. After watch your video, I am now getting 80-90% on each practice exam.

  9. I refreshed ON formulas foiling dividing/adding/subtracting/converting/fractions equation solving, this and that, but still get tripped up on 💩 like Jane leaves her house driving at 45 mph. Thirty minutes later Dave notices Jane forgot her phone and drives after her . How fast must Dave drive to catch up with Jane 3 hours after she leaves?

  10. Thanks for taking the time to make this. After this I bought the 2018-2019 Kaplan asvab prep book and you pretty much have it all. So gg man.

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  12. Our education system is broken, got C’s D’s in all my classes and I still remember everything in this video. Got A’s on all my tests but missed a lot of assignments cuz I’d rather get high and play mw2 🤷‍♂️

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