>>7796993 It's stored on their server. If you can get the admin right to access their source/packages you can clone it to your computer. However, you are probably not able to do so because it is not easy.
Hey /sci/. Im awful at math. Or rather, I have terrible math anxiety and I guess what you would call "technique." To me, I see math as steps to solve a problem; Step A, then B, and so on and so fourth.
Thing is, I mess these steps up. Im currently learning Quadratic Functions. Specifically, "Completing th Square" and "Vertex Form."
Math stresses me out, and it ruins my day due to my inability to use proper form while solving problems. I really need advice. I don't want to be put into an easier class. Please help... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Are you having trouble understanding the concept or do you just forget how to do something and make errors? Open up an algebra textbook and read the book's method of solving or go to khamacademy and hear sal's lucious voice. Learning it from something else can be helpful in understanding a topic. If it's practice you need, download some worksheets or find more practice from your teacher.
>people falling for the "he fell for the STEM meme" meme
Any decent math background knowledge can prepare you for Financial/Accountant/Act.Sci exams, coding is literally the study for autodidacts, and you can always tutor brain dead chumps that still can't into algebraic properties/science for easy cash.
>>7796956 Its all about time management OP. The world doesn't care if you're capable of learning how to code or transition into other fields.
Life moves fast and only cares about who knows what in the present moment and how it will use them. I know so many frat-boy finance students working at JP-Morgan, EY, MY, and GS. I mumble to myself "So easy, a math major can do it.". But thats not much of a consolation is it? Where is our high paying high pressure high stakes job? Our networking engagements... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>7796859 In the physical world logic gates must be developed using CMOS or TTL logic. Logically, yes that could be considered the time quanta if you were, say, analyzing a circuit, but in the physical world there are much smaller units of time passing while calculating the gate. Check out the Planck time if you are interested in the smallest physical time quanta (of any purpose)
>>7796797 >Combinatorics, Graph Theory, Number Theory, Num Analysis, DIFFERENTIAL GEOMETRY, PROBABILITY, ALL BEFORE ANALYSIS THIS IS RETARDED HOLY SHIT
First intro to proofs (How to Prove it, a Structured Approach), Linear Algebra (Hoffman&Kunze) and Real Analysis (Terence Tao I & II) together are core. Then abstract algebra (Rotman's first course or Artin's classic), then post again asking for advice.
I have to give a speech in school about a topic of my choosing. I chose the topic of nuclear power, and why we should use it over other alternative energy sources (e.g, solar, wind). I have to present my speech, then defend my argument for 8 minutes. Any good, credible sources out there? Also, tips for how to defend my argument would be greatly appreciated. General nuclear thread as well I guess.
>>7796715 >This is what we do, people >Fill Africa with nuclear plants to 'help their economy and society'. >I mean like, fucking cover every single city with a nuclear plant. Spend billions in that shit >Declare war to Germany >Send a nuclear bomb their way >The guy piloting the plane carrying the bomb must be a sandnigger and a... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Explain how the russian reactors and japan reactors were flawed
You will probably have to appeal to emotion because all humans have a hard time thinking logically when emotions are involved
The NRC probably has a lot of info on their website, they are the bigwigs in the US nuclear industry. If a site pisses off the NRC or does something against what the NRC wants, you can kiss your plant bye bye .
>>7796713 >Not doing pure mathematics in undergrad to completely avoid team work and lab work. >Not then doing a 1 year Masters in Mathematical [INSERT LITERALLY ANY FIELD OF STEM] >Not then becoming the boss of everyone who took the undergrad option for that field >Not then getting a 6 figure salary by your 5th year in industry
What do you guys think of optical rotation, chirals, and especially knot theory? I really had just been memeing myself into thinking that i like science just because i declared my major and i have a while to go to actually take the science courses i need. but reading up on this stuff, and these particular things, its really interesting. the fact that very dilute solutions follow mathematical laws was really mind blowing to me. also the descriptions used within the definition of chiral and to a much broader concept, knot theory, i really am amazed why i haven't been using... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
hey /sci/ -- my friend's kid (11th grade) is doing a science fair project on various prime finding algorithms -- are any of you aware of "patterns" in the distribution of primes? the kid tells me that there are but i think it might be bullshit.
>pic unrelated also if you have anything that you think the kid should know to better his project please tell - i'd like to be able to help him
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