Ugh, neither, and I refuse to choose one. I never understood the fascination with mathematics, and why people love to solve things with an already set answer. It's redundant. I understand learning the basic ideas/formulas of math, because some of it is actually fairly useful, but when the hell will I need to use logs, cos, tan, sin, e, pi, etc. in a future job? I'm not going to be a math teacher, architect, engineer, doctor, or anything too technical. I don't need to know most of the concepts from Algebra or Geometry. What happened to thinking outside the box? Why do I have to follow a formula to find an answer? Just, why?