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When you begin your transitional period from student to professor. I bet most of you will say during your graduate studies or even beyond that stage of learning
That sort of made me laugh. Just goes to show what people will do when they can not depend on someone else.it reminds me of my most effective day as a high school tutor, once when i wAS TOO TIRED TO DO THE KID'S HOMEWORK FOR HIM, AND HE BEGAN TO DO IT HIMSELF.
Haha! I laughed too. It's a good point, though!That sort of made me laugh. Just goes to show what people will do when they can not depend on someone else.
That was an interesting story Crosson. I too am interested in self-studying some advanced topics in Calculus, so that I ca later pursue some Biophysics courses. I was interested in knowing if you could send me a PM with some of the books you used to teach yourself. Thanks.Taking upper division electromagnetism as a sophomore undergraduate, I had self-studied the multivariable calculus and differential equations, and I was at the top of my class.
I'll answer this in the thread, in case anyone else cares.I too am interested in self-studying some advanced topics in Calculus, so that I ca later pursue some Biophysics courses. I was interested in knowing if you could send me a PM with some of the books you used to teach yourself. Thanks.