hilaryfanatic09

19-04-2007 15:04:50

I have a project due tomorrow, and I haven't done any of it because I tried and I don't know how.

condra

19-04-2007 15:06:56

try revising your notes? i could probably help lol )

good2speed

19-04-2007 15:10:02

ah the uselessness of calculus. I tutored Calc 101 and 102 in college and can now only remember that the curve will get really close to 0 but it will never touch.

tracemhunter

19-04-2007 16:48:00

hah, i took calc 2 last fall and all that i remember is taking it.

ghstlegacy17

19-04-2007 16:51:28

I took calc III last semester and never want to see any of it again.

Wolfeman

19-04-2007 17:19:05

What is the question?

jy3

19-04-2007 17:46:51

i love calc )

ILoveToys

19-04-2007 19:39:38

Calc 1 was ok, Calc 2 was a bitch, and Calc 3 was really really easy.

condra

19-04-2007 19:43:26

hmm i don't know i find cal really easy, once you know the basics of cal 1...maybe its just me P

Skimboarder

19-04-2007 20:24:10

I found Calc easy as well. However, statistics is a ......

condra

19-04-2007 20:36:32

[quoted8a35a68df="Skimboarder"]I found Calc easy as well. However, statistics is a ......[/quoted8a35a68df]

100% agree

just had my stats exam...gosh ... evil

lol

D

100% agree

just had my stats exam...gosh ... evil

lol

D

Skimboarder

19-04-2007 23:23:01

Well the thing that really gets me is that it is not math. Analysis, writing, analysis, and more writing. I'd rather fill up a whole page with numbers over letters any day.

ghstlegacy17

19-04-2007 23:23:36

[quotef42274a1bc="condra"][quotef42274a1bc="Skimboarder"]I found Calc easy as well. However, statistics is a ......[/quotef42274a1bc]

100% agree

just had my stats exam...gosh ... evil

lol

D[/quotef42274a1bc]

Wow. That's like the complete opposite for me >_> Pwned Stats but had a hard time with Calc III >_> (still got a good grade...just took a heck of a lot more effort) It was probably b/c I never went to lecture though.

100% agree

just had my stats exam...gosh ... evil

lol

D[/quotef42274a1bc]

Wow. That's like the complete opposite for me >_> Pwned Stats but had a hard time with Calc III >_> (still got a good grade...just took a heck of a lot more effort) It was probably b/c I never went to lecture though.

Brodie

20-04-2007 01:17:57

[quotece6dccfb43="hilaryfanatic09"]I have a project due tomorrow, and I haven't done any of it because I tried and I don't know how.[/quotece6dccfb43]

It looks like plenty of us are more than ready to help. Lay the questions on us!

It looks like plenty of us are more than ready to help. Lay the questions on us!

JennyWren

20-04-2007 01:50:12

Calc just kept getting easier (got a C in Calc I, got an A in Calc IV). Stats was tough.

JUNIOR6886

20-04-2007 04:51:21

theres a calc 4? i thought after calc3 there was linear algebra and thats it....

zwarrior99

20-04-2007 05:04:51

Hey if you still need help I was in a similair situation and you need a paid tutor go to kasamba.com they have tutors for hire available on the spot. Just make sure though they know their shit.

Skimboarder

20-04-2007 08:04:34

Why pay a tutor when you got FIPG to help?! lol

michae229

20-04-2007 08:18:46

lol i have a cal test tommorow

JennyWren

20-04-2007 09:19:28

MATH 317 (3) Calculus IV

Parametrizations, inverse and implicit functions, integrals with respect to length and area; grad, div, and curl, theorems of Green, Gauss, and Stokes.

Parametrizations, inverse and implicit functions, integrals with respect to length and area; grad, div, and curl, theorems of Green, Gauss, and Stokes.

good2speed

20-04-2007 09:35:33

[quote9459d50936="JennyWren"]MATH 317 (3) Calculus IV

Parametrizations, inverse and implicit functions, integrals with respect to length and area; grad, div, and curl, theorems of Green, Gauss, and Stokes.[/quote9459d50936]

may I ask why you took calc 4. Was it required for your major?

Most majors require only up to calc 2 or maybe on occassion up to calc 3.

Did you really like calc that much or was it required?

PS... after calc 2(last calc I had to take) I asked my profeesor when I would ever use calculus in my career and he couldn't give me any scenario I would need to use calc. After he told me that I knew I was done with Calc for life.

Parametrizations, inverse and implicit functions, integrals with respect to length and area; grad, div, and curl, theorems of Green, Gauss, and Stokes.[/quote9459d50936]

may I ask why you took calc 4. Was it required for your major?

Most majors require only up to calc 2 or maybe on occassion up to calc 3.

Did you really like calc that much or was it required?

PS... after calc 2(last calc I had to take) I asked my profeesor when I would ever use calculus in my career and he couldn't give me any scenario I would need to use calc. After he told me that I knew I was done with Calc for life.

JennyWren

20-04-2007 09:57:35

It was required (Comp Sci/Astronomy). Actually I like Calculus now. Weird.

good2speed

20-04-2007 10:00:16

[quotebb7073240c="JennyWren"]It was required (Comp Sci/Astronomy). Actually I like Calculus now. Weird.[/quotebb7073240c]

very weird. I majored in comp sci and only had to do up to calc 2. I have never used it since. So glad they didnt keep me in calc for so long that I started to like it. wink

very weird. I majored in comp sci and only had to do up to calc 2. I have never used it since. So glad they didnt keep me in calc for so long that I started to like it. wink

michae229

20-04-2007 10:32:38

[quote9d180a23c9="good2speed"][quote9d180a23c9="JennyWren"]MATH 317 (3) Calculus IV

Parametrizations, inverse and implicit functions, integrals with respect to length and area; grad, div, and curl, theorems of Green, Gauss, and Stokes.[/quote9d180a23c9]

may I ask why you took calc 4. Was it required for your major?

Most majors require only up to calc 2 or maybe on occassion up to calc 3.

Did you really like calc that much or was it required?

PS... after calc 2(last calc I had to take) I asked my profeesor when I would ever use calculus in my career and he couldn't give me any scenario I would need to use calc. After he told me that I knew I was done with Calc for life.[/quote9d180a23c9]

in my business cal class she gave us scenarios that made sense like if you were to work with engineers on something or designed something its good to know.

Parametrizations, inverse and implicit functions, integrals with respect to length and area; grad, div, and curl, theorems of Green, Gauss, and Stokes.[/quote9d180a23c9]

may I ask why you took calc 4. Was it required for your major?

Most majors require only up to calc 2 or maybe on occassion up to calc 3.

Did you really like calc that much or was it required?

PS... after calc 2(last calc I had to take) I asked my profeesor when I would ever use calculus in my career and he couldn't give me any scenario I would need to use calc. After he told me that I knew I was done with Calc for life.[/quote9d180a23c9]

in my business cal class she gave us scenarios that made sense like if you were to work with engineers on something or designed something its good to know.

good2speed

20-04-2007 10:42:40

[quote6e02c91463="michae229"][quote6e02c91463="good2speed"][quote6e02c91463="JennyWren"]MATH 317 (3) Calculus IV

Parametrizations, inverse and implicit functions, integrals with respect to length and area; grad, div, and curl, theorems of Green, Gauss, and Stokes.[/quote6e02c91463]

may I ask why you took calc 4. Was it required for your major?

Most majors require only up to calc 2 or maybe on occassion up to calc 3.

Did you really like calc that much or was it required?

PS... after calc 2(last calc I had to take) I asked my profeesor when I would ever use calculus in my career and he couldn't give me any scenario I would need to use calc. After he told me that I knew I was done with Calc for life.[/quote6e02c91463]

in my business cal class she gave us scenarios that made sense like if you were to work with engineers on something or designed something its good to know.[/quote6e02c91463]

ya Im a developer/ business analyst.. Calculus rarely if ever(actually never) comes into play at work.

Parametrizations, inverse and implicit functions, integrals with respect to length and area; grad, div, and curl, theorems of Green, Gauss, and Stokes.[/quote6e02c91463]

may I ask why you took calc 4. Was it required for your major?

Most majors require only up to calc 2 or maybe on occassion up to calc 3.

Did you really like calc that much or was it required?

PS... after calc 2(last calc I had to take) I asked my profeesor when I would ever use calculus in my career and he couldn't give me any scenario I would need to use calc. After he told me that I knew I was done with Calc for life.[/quote6e02c91463]

in my business cal class she gave us scenarios that made sense like if you were to work with engineers on something or designed something its good to know.[/quote6e02c91463]

ya Im a developer/ business analyst.. Calculus rarely if ever(actually never) comes into play at work.

tylerc

20-04-2007 11:32:48

My dad had to take a business calculus course and a finite math course as an accounting major, I'll probably have to do the same.

Killer722

20-04-2007 11:54:41

I have trouble staying awake in calc. Maybe it's just my prof.

Skimboarder

20-04-2007 12:28:29

Haha, sounds like me. I slept everyday in class, but then again mine was basic calc. Not quite to 2-4 yet.

michae229

20-04-2007 12:33:18

[quote49410631f3="tylerc"]My dad had to take a business calculus course and a finite math course as an accounting major, I'll probably have to do the same.[/quote49410631f3]

yea took both easy as hell I got a B in finite and so far i have a A+ in business cal

yea took both easy as hell I got a B in finite and so far i have a A+ in business cal

JUNIOR6886

25-04-2007 19:24:49

[quote9f049b7839="Killer722"]I have trouble staying awake in calc. Maybe it's just my prof.[/quote9f049b7839]

maybe class would be more interesting if she was your teacher

http//www.youtube.com/watch?v=56S_By09-5I

lol

maybe class would be more interesting if she was your teacher

http//www.youtube.com/watch?v=56S_By09-5I

lol

cubbieco

25-04-2007 21:51:12

It's funny

Calc 1, 2 and 3 easy A

Physics 101 - very hard pain in the butt C-

Calc 1, 2 and 3 easy A

Physics 101 - very hard pain in the butt C-

johnjimjones

26-04-2007 11:04:14

I'm in differential equations now, they're relatively easy, except I hate matrices. Next up, linear algebra.