That is very true.. I will go for it then! I'm sure there will be other tutors around to help me out if need be. I was actually planning on brushing up on my math skills, I plan on doing that in my spare time aside from classes. Plus, I know that not everyone will have an answer to a problem...
I never took college algebra or intermediate algebra. I placed straight into PreCalculus the fall semester and I took Trig the spring semester of last year.
My weak spots in algebra: factoring. I can factor, I usually just have to work on a few practice problems or review. I can do it, I just...
I was offered a job for tutoring and I'm just not sure if I should take the position, but I did pick up an application yesterday. I've really been considering it, not because of the résumé, or the money, but because of the overall experience. I will get paid, however, to do so. $10/hr...
Physics I + lab
I'm already at 13 credit hours. The Calculus class is 5 credit hours, as well as Physics. I would take more classes, but I don't want to overdo it. So, possibly next semester I'll take more classes.
From the looks of it, it seems that you've got all of the math covered. As for the answer to your first question, just the basics of special / general relativity, but I'm sure you've gotten those narrowed down. As for QM, I'd recommend taking a chemistry course if you haven't already.
This seems like a good way to explain quasars in a general point of view, for beginners. :) Wiki is good for general info, but if you want more in depth and complex things on quasars, then search your library or the Internet.
This is pretty much what happens to me if I'm reading something boring. If its something I enjoy, then I'll continue to read for hours until eventually getting tired.
Anyway, no it's not problematic to fall asleep while reading a book. Perfectly normal!
(Unless you have Narcolepsy.) :P
Very good point there. I guess it just depends on what the person does. I mean if it's a big thing like that, then most definitely. If it's a little thing, then no.
Everyone does judge people by the way they act it seems, even if that person doesn't know it them-self.
Trig is very important in calculus if you ask me. It's almost like a second nature. :p One should take a trig course before calculus to greater enhance their ability.
Euler's Formula is one of my favorites too, Mentalist! Even Leonhard is an interesting dude!
Quite strangely, people come up...
I hate the fact that people always judge someone based only on the way they act. Neglecting to get to know the person, or their past.
Sometimes, people should put their money where their mouth is.
Okay, done! :smile:
Jeez! That seems like a load!
I certainly hear that Calculus II is harder than Calculus I & III, simply because of everything that is covered in only two semesters. Especially since you're in other classes. For some people Calc II is a breeze, but for others not so much. I'll be taking Calc II...
Agreed, very disturbing photo.
Such a tragedy hearing about it and such madness.
My father ran it last year and he finished in the second wave, I couldn't even imagine him going again this year -- only to be hit. I talked with him a few hours ago asking if he had any friends that went this...
Interesting way to put it.. :wink:
Personally, I've only read the books and watched the first season of the show. I enjoyed the books and part of the show, but for the most part I frankly don't care if it's overrated or not. A lot of things are overrated; even little things such as an iPad...
Yes, consider engineering since you want the math/science aspect. Since you want to save lives with that applied knowledge, it really depends on how you look at it and which engineering discipline.
You could save lives with engineering, but the better term here would be improving. You can...
Good point here, I agree. The choice is ultimately up to you. If you feel the that the physics program at one school is superior to the other, then you could possibly consider that alternative; however, since OSU is cheaper, I'd also take that into consideration. If you qualify for financial...
Pretty much this. It does vary school to school, but at least brush up some on trig.
I just skimmed through this, but it looks pretty decent, so I'd give it a go. You could also look up YouTube videos.
Yes, maybe even perhaps grab a textbook and look through it while doing some practice...