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I didn’t quite know what to put this post under, so I’ll call it a “Happening”. I wasn’t able to finish my calc 2 course, and I tried going through the book by myself and finishing the last few chapters. Despite all the courtesy, help, and leniency of Prof. Gross … Continue reading
Today marks the first hurdle in Calc 2: our first exam! It was laborious trudging through it, and we had two pages of formulas to memorize, with an additional page we have to be comfortable using. What a relief it is to have this section finished. Although I have not … Continue reading
This week, some exciting things are going on in M221 at 8 a.m.! We are getting deep into calculus now. How deep? Let me learn you a little . . . So, I have ranted about derivatives before, but now we are integrating. If derivatives are forward, integrals are backwards. … Continue reading
So, calculus was a great way to start the week again. I am never sarcastic when I say this. We even ventured into vectors and a preview of calc-based physics. In other news, there are two new videogames coming out tomorrow:Rage, a First-Person Shooter (FPS) by the makers of Quake … Continue reading