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Postby ivnja » Fri Jan 26, 2007 10:36 pm UTC

In my case, I took calculus my senior year of high school, took the "same" course first semester in college this year (freshman), and now this semester we have moved to multivariable calculus.

Edit: yes, I'm in the US
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Postby Air Gear » Fri Jan 26, 2007 11:05 pm UTC

ivnja wrote:In my case, I took calculus my senior year of high school, took the "same" course first semester in college this year (freshman), and now this semester we have moved to multivariable calculus.

Edit: yes, I'm in the US


Wait, your college did single-variable calc in one term? I wish basically everywhere else did that.

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Hi, new here, and after diligently reading the rules, see that the mods like it when new folk post in the new people thread. So, here I am.

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Postby ivnja » Fri Jan 26, 2007 11:11 pm UTC

@ Air Gear:
I don't know whether that's a product of it being an Ivy, or of me being in the engineering program

honestly, I wish it wasn't like that, because it kicked my ass. I'm in the process of becoming a liberal arts student and majoring in Near Eastern studies, pretty much all because of calculus



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Postby aldimond » Fri Jan 26, 2007 11:46 pm UTC

You can spend as much or as little time studying calculus as you want :).

At University of Illinois we had two semesters of single-variable calculus (typically called "Calc I" and "Calc II"). If you'd taken calculus in high school and passed the AP exams you could get out of one or both of them. Or you could just take the final exam for either class IIRC. There was also a class that let you take I and II in a single semester. I got through all that with AP credit. After that comes calc III (multivariable, which is ridiculously easy if you understand single-variable stuff), advanced calc (I didn't have to take that, apparently it went into more complicated multivariable stuff and harder integrations) and differential equations; each of those are a semester. But those are just the classes that engineers wind up taking. Real math majors can take many other calculus-related courses if they want.
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Postby Toeofdoom » Fri Jan 26, 2007 11:55 pm UTC

In my school atleast, up to year 9 it was all just maths. Then in year 10, there was standard maths and an optional advanced algrebra class, or if you were really good you could skip ahead and do year 11 maths methods. Also in year 12 if you were good enough you could do first year uni-maths

Once you got to year 11/12 there were 4 types,
Business maths (only in year 11, basically for total complete maths noobs... who fail it anyway)
General maths - uhmm... yeah, general level maths i guess.
Maths methods - alot of calculus and trig and stuff, harder than general i think
Specialist maths - Like maths methods, but harder, and with complex numbers and differential equations and whatnot.

and yeah they were all called "maths"
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Postby no-genius » Fri Jan 26, 2007 11:57 pm UTC

tzarchameleon wrote:Hi, new here, and after diligently reading the rules, see that the mods like it when new folk post in the new people thread. So, here I am.

Tally-ho!


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Postby hermaj » Sat Jan 27, 2007 12:37 am UTC

Toeofdoom wrote:In my school atleast, up to year 9 it was all just maths. Then in year 10, there was standard maths and an optional advanced algrebra class, or if you were really good you could skip ahead and do year 11 maths methods. Also in year 12 if you were good enough you could do first year uni-maths

Once you got to year 11/12 there were 4 types,
Business maths (only in year 11, basically for total complete maths noobs... who fail it anyway)
General maths - uhmm... yeah, general level maths i guess.
Maths methods - alot of calculus and trig and stuff, harder than general i think
Specialist maths - Like maths methods, but harder, and with complex numbers and differential equations and whatnot.

and yeah they were all called "maths"


That's so confusing! You Victorian people always confuse me. We had just maths up til year 11, and then for 11 and 12 a choice between 2U/Advanced or General Maths (or dropping, I guess). But because our school was one of the top selective high schools in the state, we weren't allowed to do General, so that made it pretty easy to figure out.

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Postby Gordon » Sat Jan 27, 2007 12:43 am UTC

Ontario implemented some new system a few years ago,

9 & 10 & 11 you had a choice between 'Applied' or 'Academic'
(This was for all classes, other than things like.. gym.. or special classes like that).

12 is where it split up into
Calculus
Stats
Algrebra and Geometry

Or something like that... Calc pretty much everyone took, Stats was next popular, Algebra (my year anyway) only had about 10 people in the class. We were supposed to be the l33t math nerds, and seperate we were. But for some reason when we got to class we turned into the most immature idiots in the school. Fun times.

Interesting side note about highschool. If any of the kids from Ontario on this board are still in highschool and have a period called MSIP or something, it was my highschool physics teacher who was responsible for that. If it makes you feel any better I tried talking him out of it.
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Postby The Sleeping Tyrant » Sat Jan 27, 2007 12:48 am UTC

Gordon wrote:Big block of text


They're changing the system again for next year. No more "Calculus and Advanced Functions" and "Geometry and Discrete Mathematics" (the algebra). Instead, they're replacing calculus with "Vectors and Calculus" and geo with "Advanced Functions." They're pushing all the Euclidean geometry and stuff like that back to first year university.

As for geometry, my class has about 20 people and I guess the one next semester will too. So out of my grade about 20% of people will take it. Pretty good.

MSIP? Never heard of it.

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Postby Jesse » Sat Jan 27, 2007 12:49 am UTC

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Postby Gordon » Sat Jan 27, 2007 12:50 am UTC

Might just be at my old highschool then, whenever I'm back in town I usually stop in there for a few days and help out my old Physics/Calculus teachers. It was basically a study block where kids from all grades got thrown into classes together just for the sake of having a study hall or something. If you look at the grade 11 and 12 Physics texts he edited one of them and wrote the other (can't remember which) Greg Dick is his name anyway and that MSIP thing was his baby.
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Postby selb » Sat Jan 27, 2007 12:52 am UTC

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Postby Hawknc » Sat Jan 27, 2007 2:26 am UTC

Most unis I've seen do multivariable calc as a separate 1-semester unit. There's too much to cover to do it otherwise. My engineering course does that and diff eqs in its second year.

Hermaj, which school did you go to (if it's not too intrusive to ask)? I went to an equivalent school here in Melbourne, but we were offered General maths because...well...there were a lot of jocks. I'm honestly not sure how a lot of them passed the entrance exam.

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Postby Air Gear » Sat Jan 27, 2007 3:21 am UTC

Huh, we could probably get a "math education" thread going with how much people are talking about the way it works where they are and what's right and wrong about it...

...let me just say the short version: it sucks a lot. For high school, screw waiting until year 12. For the college part, it's wrong that they've put NOTHING in the place of all the proofs they've taken out of calc in the past 40 years or so. I mean, screw having proofs as a first class, but damn, they could have thrown complex variables and differential equations in there...

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Postby no-genius » Sat Jan 27, 2007 4:03 am UTC

Good enough for me :P welcome to the forums

also welcome selb. have fun i guess?
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Postby aldimond » Sat Jan 27, 2007 4:06 am UTC

I recall selb's other post to be good (his post count is 2, and his other post is in one of the comic threads, and it made me laugh or cry, one of the two). So, welcome selb.
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Postby no-genius » Sat Jan 27, 2007 4:15 am UTC

OK... I hadn't been looking at the comics threads since 6 or 7- ish.


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Postby jgcrawfo » Sat Jan 27, 2007 5:36 am UTC

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Postby hermaj » Sat Jan 27, 2007 5:51 am UTC

I am going to be two decades old this year, and I was so sad when I realised that I wasn't even cheered up by my best friend pointing out my birthday is in December, and I even had to go out and buy a gingerbread man to make myself feel young and happy. Also, if anyone is the guy that sold me the gingerbread man, I liked you and I would have been more responsive if my uncle had not been there and also if my mouth had not been full of gingerbread.

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Postby aldimond » Sat Jan 27, 2007 7:35 am UTC

You made it all the way to 19 before being depressed by birthdays?

Congrats, dude.
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Postby Gordon » Sat Jan 27, 2007 3:09 pm UTC

Pretty sure I cried on my 20th. What do you really have to look forward to after 19 (well, 21 in the U.S.), car insurance going down? Woo hoo! *sobs*
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...Retirement.
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More sex drugs and rock 'n' roll!

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Postby Twasbrillig » Sat Jan 27, 2007 5:14 pm UTC

Verysillyman wrote:More sex drugs and rock 'n' roll!


Too many rules.
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Postby no-genius » Sat Jan 27, 2007 5:16 pm UTC

Twasbrillig wrote:
Verysillyman wrote:More sex drugs and rock 'n' roll!


Too many rules.


Fight the power! also fight the energy / time
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Postby william » Sat Jan 27, 2007 7:18 pm UTC

no-genius wrote:
Twasbrillig wrote:
Verysillyman wrote:More sex drugs and rock 'n' roll!


Too many rules.


Fight the power! also fight the energy / time

Somebody needs to put that on a T-shirt. "Fight the Energy/Time"

Also: This is post 386.
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william wrote:
no-genius wrote:
Twasbrillig wrote:
Verysillyman wrote:More sex drugs and rock 'n' roll!


Too many rules.


Fight the power! also fight the energy / time

Somebody needs to put that on a T-shirt. "Fight the Energy/Time"

Also: This is post 386.


that someone should either be me, or pay me money.
if xkcd wants to do it, i'm ok with a free t-shirt :P
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Postby thefiddler » Sat Jan 27, 2007 10:43 pm UTC

I was going to post about how my high school does math, but then I realized no one cares, me included. :P

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Postby Toeofdoom » Sun Jan 28, 2007 12:59 am UTC

after 19, you get to look forward to... getting a really cool job that you enjoy for the rest of your life...








BAHAHAHAHAHA

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Postby aldimond » Sun Jan 28, 2007 2:40 am UTC

Toeofdoom: Yeah, so I saw the first half of your post and I was like, "you haven't got a job yet, have you", and then I scrolled down

Haha. Indeed.

Well, actually, I did think of something. If you're an endurance athlete you peak in your late 20s and for really long stuff even later than that. So I should have my peak running days ahead of me.
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Postby Toeofdoom » Sun Jan 28, 2007 2:54 am UTC

No i havent got a job yet anyway... but yeah... hehehe

Im sure one in every... so many people will get a job they really like. :roll:




But is it one in every XKCD number people or clarkson number of people? hmmm... :p


Well, its like, you know, winning a lottery or whatever. In all seriousness, there are quite a few actually enjoyable jobs, i think... so start aiming at one now... :P
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Postby Verysillyman » Sun Jan 28, 2007 3:08 am UTC

I have a job I like.

And what rules? We don't have to follow any rules! We're adults now... :P I have used that to justify so many things. Things like eating doughnuts for dinner. Thankyou Mr Munroe.

So... I'll introduce myself more. I'm a singer/songwriter/pianist/guitarist, but I can't really play guitar or piano, my computer lets me make it cound like I sortof can.

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Postby aldimond » Sun Jan 28, 2007 3:16 am UTC

Well actually my job is not bad either. I just feel like the tech industry really isn't doing anything useful for society, and I moved halfway across the country to take the job and hate the area I live in (it's one of the best places in the world for road biking, but other than that if global warming caused the Pacific to rise a few feet and put the whole region underwater I would applaud... unfortunately San Francisco would sink before San José... oh well).

But, right, we don't have to follow rules, so I'm moving and finding a job that will almost certainly be worse so I can live in Chicago.
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Postby Lani » Sun Jan 28, 2007 3:17 am UTC

I used to have a job I loved. It was my first job, at the world's largest yo-yo museum. That was a lot of fun.

'Course, welding was a lot of fun too. Better than being a costume shop seamstress.

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Postby Gordon » Sun Jan 28, 2007 5:01 am UTC

Well, actually, I did think of something. If you're an endurance athlete you peak in your late 20s and for really long stuff even later than that. So I should have my peak running days ahead of me.


Guess I shouldn't have quit cross country after highschool then eh?

I have a job I don't mind. I actually like it most times. Just times like tonight where I was out drinking then had to stop because of stupid work.

At least I get to spend most of my shift talking on teh intrawebz instead of actually doing ... "work"

Also VSM as long as you're my waiter can I get some more water?
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Postby thefiddler » Sun Jan 28, 2007 5:21 am UTC

aldimond wrote:Well actually my job is not bad either. I just feel like the tech industry really isn't doing anything useful for society, and I moved halfway across the country to take the job and hate the area I live in (it's one of the best places in the world for road biking, but other than that if global warming caused the Pacific to rise a few feet and put the whole region underwater I would applaud... unfortunately San Francisco would sink before San José... oh well).

But, right, we don't have to follow rules, so I'm moving and finding a job that will almost certainly be worse so I can live in Chicago.

EDIT: Hehe. I fail at life. :D
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Postby Verysillyman » Sun Jan 28, 2007 5:49 am UTC

Gordon wrote:Also VSM as long as you're my waiter can I get some more water?


There'll be no water drinking while I'm around. Except for girls, girls seem to be pretty keen on water. Are you a girl?


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