At 10/12/12 04:09 PM, Braiton wrote:
At 10/12/12 03:43 PM, BrokenDeck wrote:
The calculus course that I took, we weren't allowed to use graphing calculators, or calculators at all. :'( Makes no sense to me TBH.I got to the point where I relied too much on my calculator, that I needed it to sum two ones.
I failed it of course. Both times.
I try not to use it as much now, for trivial stuff.
Failed university-level Calculus here, once, 41.2%. I took it again with score of 94.7%. Failed Advanced Function, twice, took it again with scores of 97.3%. I am man of application math, not theoretical stuff...
I never good in doing quick math. There are several thing I can beat most math people I know. I can cite the multiplication tables up to 70. Basically anything in algebra, arithmetic, calculus and geometry, give me complex problems and I can solve them in a reasonable amount of time. Not quick, I cannot do shit in quick time...
But seriously, I hate trigonometry and combinatoric... oh well, programming use BOTH of these... :/