Lol... at first I always deliberately chose the wrong answer opposite of what I personally believed to be the right answer because I thought that the teacher would say my "right" answer was wrong to them and that the wrong answer to me is the right answer.
You have no idea how good saying that would make me and many others feel...
Sometimes people can be such snobish assholes about it if they happen to excell in it, acting so high on their holier-than-thou high horse looking down upon others for whom it's not thier forte'... it's sickening how rotten-to-the-core our current "spread them out as thin as they can be" system really is! Each and every one of us never specializes in EVERYTHING... but each and every one of us has our respective area of specialty in which we excell above many, and this uniquity should be cherished... not repressed through standardization!
Lol don't even get me started on the highschool caliber shit... never again.
Contrary to their assertion, I think thats it's a safe bet that the world will not come to an end just because we don't know how to perform obscure functions used for over-complicating everything and anything possible. I swear... the people who insist that we must "know" such things cannot live their lives WITHOUT mystifying litterally every facet of life to the point where it performs like a Rube Goldberg device. I would also like to think that some who force us to do so for those 5 years in highschool may have a serious border-line personality disorder... but that's another thing entirely...right?
By the power invested in me by Occam's razor, I hereby declare the need for anything beyond basic velocity/trajectory/probability calculation... REDUNDANT.