As you go about your normal routines, what do you think, should do,
want to, have to?
want to, have to?
THAT'S EXACTLY WHAT I THINK!Gokul43201 said:"What can I skip ? What can I put off until tomorrow, or the weekend ? Do I really need to do that ? This is important, but do I have to do it now ? If I don't do it right away, I'll never do it. Oh, I guess I'll have to do this now. But I'm hungry, I need lunch."
You are doing that in calc2? wtf? In my calc 2 class we did all kinds of things with integrals, and then series at the end.JasonRox said:Note: The assignment is our first Calculus II assignment, and I hate it. I don't give a **** about converting units and densities. Save that for physics, for crying out loud.
Yes, with integrals.mattmns said:You are doing that in calc2? wtf? In my calc 2 class we did all kinds of things with integrals, and then series at the end.
Ok thats why I did for the most part. Except we did not have to prove any principles, we just did a hell of a lot of problems.JasonRox said:Yes, with integrals.
Volumes when you rotate around the x-axis, y-axis (whatever junk they got).
It's just that they add annoying crap in it.
They asked us to prove Calvieri's Principle (something like that), which is given when you write the DEFINITION!
I still think it's dumb.
Note: For minesweeper, I got 59 seconds on Intermediate.
I hate problems.mattmns said:Ok thats why I did for the most part. Except we did not have to prove any principles, we just did a hell of a lot of problems.
For minesweeper, I have 6, 36, 123 (beg, int, exp). My expert is not great, but I am working on it. The other day I almost had a int 33, but I had to guess and picked wrong.
Yeah same here, but the prof had other ideas.JasonRox said:I hate problems.
I like doing proofs and understanding the true concepts of Calculus. I couldn't careless what the volume of some weird function came out to be.
Note: You have a killer minesweeper record. I spent too much time on it, so I got rid of it.
As I rule, I try not to do that.wolram said:As you go about your normal routines, what do you think . . .
There are definite hazards to multi-tasking. Take, for example, trying to brush your teeth while scrubbing the toilet. Really dangerous if you're not paying attention to which brush is in which hand. :yuck:Astronuc said:As I rule, I try not to do that.
Then I do as many tasks as possible simultaneously, usually with interesting results.
Yeah, but do you have a colored sticker on the vacuum reminding you that you are cooking something on the stove.Moonbear said:At home, it's a little less structured since it's really not critical if I don't get the laundry out of the dryer the moment it's done because I'm upstairs vacuuming the floors while dinner is on the stove.
Nah, when the smoke detector goes off, dinner is done. Oh, wait, that's tribdog's method of cooking.JasonRox said:Yeah, but do you have a colored sticker on the vacuum reminding you that you are cooking something on the stove.
I used to do that, but when you discover your boss is an idiot you do the opposite.tribdog said:If I am working I think, what would an average person get finished, then I try to double it.
I used to work hard, and that explains why I get to take it easy now without anyone really noticing.tribdog said:I've got the greatest boss in the world. Can't say enough good stuff about him. And I'm dedicated to the company. I've only been working for him for a year and I've been given a truck, computer, cell phone and credit card. plus I've doubled my salary.
plus I like my job so I'll keep working hard.