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ok here's the thing I really like the looks of a TM 300 and that sounds like a hell of a bike but I used to ride a 2006 Yamaha YZ250 and loved it had it for not even 2 months then it was stolen (damn basted) any hew what bike do you think would be the better bike to race... I have a Dealer how wants to sponsor me for TM but not shore what to chews thanks Zachary #608

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If you have an offer to race a TM, take it.

Otherwise, go with the YZ. Part availability and cost are the bigger issues, and Yamaha beats TM on that front. In the US anyway.

It wouldn't hurt to brush up on your spelling, grammar, and vocab either.:thumbsup: Are you dyslexic?

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i think i would rather have a yz bored out to a 300 than a tm. They are like old mercedez. They are expensive, hard to find parts for, and expensive to fix

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my spellin is cause i spend to much time on a bike and when im in school i dont get any thing in my head sorry just deal with it thanks any ways

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ha ha Whats 2 x 2 + 56 - 3 x 4? I you can't figure it out I'll tell you. And if you use a calc I'll punch you through the computer.:thumbsup:

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ha ha Whats 2 x 2 + 56 - 3 x 4? I you can't figure it out I'll tell you. And if you use a calc I'll punch you through the computer.:thumbsup:

228?? that was just a guess

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ha ha Whats 2 x 2 + 56 - 3 x 4? I you can't figure it out I'll tell you. And if you use a calc I'll punch you through the computer.:thumbsup:

Yup ~ order of operations.

1. X

2. /

3. +

4. -

- so, by way of the "order of operations" -

((2x2)+56)-(3x4)= 48

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there are actually quite a few TM dealers... i've seen one in Utah and i was told they're a great company to distribute for because you can do just 1 bike orders. small bike shops can be a TM distributor and just order a bike when they have a buyer

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Yup ~ order of operations.

1. X

2. /

3. +

4. -

- so, by way of the "order of operations" -

((2x2)+56)-(3x4)= 48

there wasnt any pararenthesis () marks in the first place.... so the order of operation makes it come out to 228

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wait.. isnt order of operations supposed to be "PEMDAS"

Parenthesis, Exponents, Multiplication/Division, then Addition/Subtraction

i have gotten an A in math the last few years..

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no theres one here hes not really a dealer yet but will be one he gets bikes form the dealer in georgia but so much for the help guys

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actually the answer is not 228 . there is something called order of operations. that is why most people get skill testign questons wrong. bEDMAS means brackets first then exponents the divide and multiply then lastly add and subtract. Meaning the true answer is 48. Math teacher and rider...just bought a used TM 250 mx so prowling for info.

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we learn order of operations by BEDMAS, brackets, exponants, multiply/divide, addidtion/subtraction.... but anyways I would go for the TM, from what Ive heard (never ridden or even saw one in my life) they are about as ready to race out of the box as it gets, but parts might be an issue... whats the price differance?

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