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Tigeree
2006-02-02 17:19:33

MathsIsFun wrote:

Tiger, tiger, burning bright
In the forests of the night,
What immortal hand or eye
Framed thy fearful symmetry?

- Rudyard Kipling (author of The Jungle Book)

the jungle book up cool cool

Tigeree now wink

Andrea
2006-02-02 13:14:38

I like the poem, maths, but I noticed that eye and symmetry don't rhyme...

I think calculus sounds fun! A lot of the stuff we do in my math class is just plugging things into formulas we learned two years ago. I'm ready to learn something new.
Bwahahaa.
I want to get through AP Calculus III/IV before graduating highschool. WOOH! That class will be AWESOME!

Ricky
2006-02-02 08:35:47

Hey, Ricky, is multivariable calculus hard?

If you have a very good understanding of derivatives, integration (especially finding the limits of integration), and understanding how to apply these, then no.

The only other thing to consider are converging and diverging series, but for those, all you have to do is memorize a few different tests to see which is which.

mikau
2006-02-01 19:40:26

sweet!

MathsIsFun
2006-02-01 19:26:44

Tiger, tiger, burning bright
In the forests of the night,
What immortal hand or eye
Framed thy fearful symmetry?

- Rudyard Kipling (author of The Jungle Book)

Tigeree
2006-02-01 18:13:18

oh sorry ........um............. climbing maybe hmm

mikau
2006-02-01 18:05:08

threats? :-O Well most tigers are come to think of it.

Tigeree
2006-02-01 17:47:45

...........um.............. giving thretes.....or maybe not

mikau
2006-02-01 17:40:56

Come on think. We're all good at something. I'm good at scaring people away and saying dumb stuff.

Tigeree
2006-02-01 17:35:15

i don't know ? dunno sad

mikau
2006-02-01 17:33:21

What are you good at? :-)

Tigeree
2006-02-01 17:26:27

ohhh i don't get it cause i'm no good at math sad mad

mikau
2006-02-01 17:21:44

I read a book on algebra 1, then on 2, then trig, now almost done calculus, in a little over a year. (cause I don't have other subjects to worry about) I'd say all that is pretty unecessary. Though it doesn't hurt.

Hey, Ricky, is multivariable calculus hard? Btw that series of complaints was hilarious!

Andrea
2006-02-01 16:18:37

So you're saying that a lot of the junk we're learning that I don't think has anything to do with anything will become useful?
I think we could've skipped the unit about "How to determine if a question is biased."
That seemed like a journalism thing to do...

And I love your signature!

Ricky
2006-02-01 16:10:33

Many math classes have long periods of learning what you should already know.  This is because math takes practice and you must understand everything you have learned fully to understand more advanced things.

It does get pretty annoying though.  In vector calculus, we learned how to deal with vectors (ironically having nothing to do with calculus).  In multivariable calculus, we spent a month reviewing what we learned in vector calculus, then never used it again.  Finally, in calculus of several variables (even more ironically, the book we are using is called Vector Calculus), we actually use vectors and calculus.

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