I need some examples of use of math in STEM that is fun and interesting (to high school kids).
I'm really struggling here as I can ream off shit loads of areas where math is vital and show them all sorts of shit that's interesting to me, but from a high schooler's point of view would probably bore them to death.
As a system that relies on an infatuation with the digression of the speed narrating the supplement of 'physical', the tightness of that which is the field that is devoid of fields is a conundrum of what it is that is creating the obstruction of the dilation from vacuum to the furthest paradox of effervescence, the likeness of where all things exist in the finest state of both round and straight, but only from the statistics to the point of which it is being compared to... if a diamond were to melt in water and the two refracted something... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>7776730 Now once might ask what cuts these lens, ironically, it's the space they're travelling into.... Now the philosophical conundrum of this is that when that which is complete is reduced, does the fabric that it is being reduced into change; or rather 'When complete then encountering lack, is there a true position', to which the metaphor of every girls best friend and that thing that has supplied the compilement of life comes to bare, that the fragment of what we know of what can be said, is that existance is comparible to exponentially heated glass, and to continue the explanation, in where the lens heated from the relative side of the 'glass' will move in, when gravity is applied, to the opposite version of which of the elementary proposition of the condition of existance that has been reviewed here, fulfilling the natural origin of of space of simultaneously being first and fourth dimensional and naturally egoless; and with this piece we can also review a rendition of the ego frame of what can be considered sentient by the means of not what you could consider 'free action', but by the it's 'total action', and it's potential applicability being the more innate function and by such means does its dialation of applicability becomes a more virtuous thing and by such means does the narration of existance become a structure more applicably accountable for that which matters least and the other being that that can exponentiate the variance in the given system.
Yes. In fact you would die before you even got near it. You'd get ripped apart by tidal forces.
Tidal force is the difference between gravity acting on one side of an object vs the other. They want to be accelerated at different rates, which stretches the object. The tides near a black hole would rip apart any object.
>>7776677 I'm actually looking into the possibilities of the golden spiral, I think if we place TNT like pic related we may be able to blow the granite to hell and save some explosives for the infidels.
I ve been reading alot of news recently about ai, and how an "insanely" amount of money, time and research is being put into applying it to personal cars by major brands and private investors. Why? We could be investing in space exploration/colonisation (didn't NASA design plans for this back in the 70's?) Why this stupid interest in cars, most people I know already expressed a negative reaction to the idea of a self driven car.
>study a little bit >take the general GRE >get above average scores, 60th percentile in math, think I can do better >study all winter break >retake it today >get exact same score (pretty sure I did better on the writing this time though)
You're talking about two different phenomena. The redshift is caused by the expansion of space. They're getting further away, but not moving. This effect is greater in proportion to distancefrom us.Those galaxies also have motion in various directions. Andromeda happens to be moving towards us. Since it us so close to us, this effect is greater than expansion and the net result is decreasing distance.
>>7776432 It's brutal. HL exams, at least for for math, is meant to test only the brightest. Supposing you actually do get a 7, I guarantee you it's because you did 1 more question better than the next chump.
Just do SL. At the very least you wouldn't have to sacrifice a large portion of your time to do well.
Went to FIU where they have an awesome architecture course and department.
Students get their own desks and shit, its like an actual architecture firm.
Some of these requirements though. Room mate had to build a difficult design, turn it in unscathed traveling accross campus. Then, the new assignment was to improve it without the model he built. Pretty tough to improve it off the notes and memory without the rough draft. A lot of people cant handle that amount of stress.
I really respect architects. Even though the guy graduated top of his department... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
My calculus class starts in about a week. I wanted to get a head start on studying, but I have no idea what to study. We don't get our syllabus or textbooks until the first day of class, so I don't even know what we're going to be covering over the semester. What are some things that will most likely be covered in a calculus 1 class? Coming from precal, what should I study up on now, and what would I expect later?
Now about my personal involvement in this field of study: I'm working on a little project of my own, which has to do with studying English academic/scientific writing and its stylistics in particular. I need a reasonable amount of digitalized articles I could work with (dating from 40s until now) in order to be able to carry on, and I wonder if there are such resources with archives of digitized articles available.
>>7776402 Yeah, that's exactly what I thought myself. In fact, there's a lot of stuff available for free on gen.lib.rus.ec, but hardly any magazines there are actually digitized. As for translations, that's not my concern at all because I work with source texts directly. Anyway, if you remember its name, feel free to leave a reply.
>>7776400 most irritating misconceptions about linguistics >linguistics is about learning/teaching languages >linguists are experts on whether someone's using proper grammar >studying linguistics will make you a good writer >linguistics is about culture
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