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Does dyscalculia have a sign/symbol?
Pirullinen
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Posted on April 20 2011 08:48 AM
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Hi guys!

You know how different causes have symbols? E.g. breast cancer has a pink ribbon and so on...

What do you think an appropriate symbol would look like?
Do we already have one?

To me the ultimate dyscalculia symbol would be a clock face with the numbers jumbled up Pfft
 
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Posted on April 20 2011 02:11 PM
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I was thinking a calculator running away, with a little speech bubble going "AAAAAAAAAAaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!", oh, wait, that's me away from it... Never mind! Pfft
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Posted on April 20 2011 04:20 PM
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Ha ha that's a good one too Pfft

Or instead of a pink ribbon, just a black question mark Pfft
"I've got no clue what's going on"
 
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Posted on April 20 2011 04:30 PM
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It would be cool if it was a Blank acting mask

http://media1.eve...111602.jpg

because it affects everyone.. and it's the blank face we all make when it comes to time, numbers, schedules, timelines, clocks and calculations LOL
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Henevere
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Posted on April 23 2011 04:35 AM
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I vote for the octopi - a real math image that has been altered to be meaningless and silly. Smile

(Disclaimer - I have no idea who actually owns the rights to this image!)

Octopi: http://raincoaste...&h=211

This one is pretty funny too:
http://25.media.t...o1_500.jpg

(How do you put a pic in a post?)
Edited by Henevere on April 23 2011 04:35 AM
 
justfoundout
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Posted on April 23 2011 05:15 PM
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4/23/11
Henevere,
To put a picture in a post, some of us use photobucket. - jus'
 
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