When you're young, it's cardiac arithmetic. It then goes to cardiac mathematics, then cardiac algebra level one, then level two. From here you can progress to cardiac geometry and then the closely related cardiac trigonometry. In your late teens you may also see cardiac statistics. The early twenties have been known to induce cardiac calculus and the dreaded cardiac differential equations!! I hope this has been helpful.
Answered: Wed, 16 Dec 2009
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