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Vol. 9 Ch. 76 - A Battle Amongst Men
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Good to see some Takeda story aye
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*bows down in respect*
Studying + teaching quintuplets + part time job and still managed to get third position NATIONALLY.
I might have died trying.
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Uesugi father really need to stop drinking expired milk lol...
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Our boi was really going for #1 if he didn't pass out lmao
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Am I the only one thinking that this 'rival' thing is a somewhat poitless filler?
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Shout out to my boi Fuu for the hard grind he been doing
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too many philosophers in this comment section
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ppl in the comments below going hard analysis
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Last edited 4 mo ago by duels0025.

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@seekermoc Yes, I did make a complete misunderstanding, only because I had jumbled them together with a few other commentors who didn't understand how tests work (which seem to also be a mistake on my part due to misreading everything, as no one was misunderstanding such in this first page of comments). I would have been in a worse position if I had posted what I had originally, which was truly arrogant if I kept with the misunderstanding.

However, I will say I don't take it well that you are ousting me in this way. Yes, I overstepped the line, but just to come out without the benefit of the doubt on a stranger is rather rude. If I was making a misunderstanding, you did not need to go as far as saying "failure at math" or "asininely arrogant." I may have put words in someone's mouth, but did I mean to? No, and I apologize if I did. But I will state that I don't take your response well, since there were better ways to warn someone who were taking things the wrong way.

I'll drop a note that currently, it feels like a bit of overthinking to consider what it means for Fuutaro to be third. Yes, it is insane, but the point that was being made was that Fuutaro didn't receive first. No need to fry brains. If you do... well, we all finds ourselves overthinking on our own volition.
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@GreenMoriyama
I'm quite positive that you completely missed the point @kwijo made, making you a failure at math. Also, it's incredibly distasteful to put words in someone else's mouth. You have no idea what he was thinking, and it is asininely arrogant to think you do.

Edit: typo

Last edited 4 mo ago by seekermoc.

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1578, the warlord, Kenshin Uesugi's death was caused by a stomach ache and died on the toilet.

2019, the ace student, Fuutaro Uesugi's loss was caused by a stomach ache and nearly died on the toilet.
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@SpriralSoul Nope, the milk was spoiled from the looks of it. And it seems like his father is not afraid to drink spoiled milk (and seems to have a strong stomach to not get downed by such). Simple as that when observing previous statements of Father Uesugi's eating habits.

Also, yes, tests are harder. US tests don't compare. Kwijo is thinking on a scale that tests are easy enough that there is a guaranteed "I scored 100%" if not "I got above 100% because of extra credit." This part of the comment was made over some bad misunderstandings. My apologies for being over-the-top if not also arrogant with it.

Last edited 4 mo ago by GreenMoriyama.

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double post

Last edited 4 mo ago by GreenMoriyama.

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@Kwijo lmao in my lovely country Indonesia nobody get perfect score on highschool national exam out of freaking 4.3 million students.
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@Kwijo Yeah, no doubt. I only have the US tests to compare them to, but even if the ACT and SAT were a fair bit harder, I'm sure at least 100 kids would get perfect scores. Unless I'm really underestimating these Japanese tests and only gods are able to get perfects, I can't see anything less than 50 kids getting perfects with every top student studying their ass off.
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@Kwijo

MC being third means there's less than three people among all 250.000 students to score full points. You're right, that is just insane.
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I'm sure I'm overthinking it, but how exactly is it even possible to place in the top 10 students? There are fewer points available than the number of students taking the test, so many students will tie for each possible score. Top 1% I can understand, but top 10 individuals? Assuming a standard deviation of scores, most of them will be in the middle, but I'm sure more than 10 out of a quarter million students would score full points.
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So Lactose intolerance was the reason he failed? Kinda bs of the author to do that.
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