If you aren't in math or in school, what was the last math class you took?

I took AP Calculus last year during my Junior year. And I'm too busy my Senior year to take Second year Calculus.

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MasterJ
, Oct 25 2005 11:16 PM

Posted 25 October 2005 - 11:16 PM

If you aren't in math or in school, what was the last math class you took?

I took AP Calculus last year during my Junior year. And I'm too busy my Senior year to take Second year Calculus.

Posted 25 October 2005 - 11:36 PM

Im in my senior year in Highschool, im taking College Alg (Sem1) And Trig (Sem2). Its basically Pre Calc

Posted 26 October 2005 - 03:10 PM

i'm in the great math class of life "one beer + one beer + one beer + one beer + one beer + one beer + one beer + one beer + one beer + one beer + one beer + one beer + one beer + one beer + one beer + one beer + one beer + one beer + tequilla = floor"

last real math class i took was some weird pre-trig quasi calc partial algebra thing at ITT...their not big on math classes

last real math class i took was some weird pre-trig quasi calc partial algebra thing at ITT...their not big on math classes

Posted 26 October 2005 - 05:09 PM

Heh..I'm in 8th grade - Intro To algebra

Danny

Danny

Posted 26 October 2005 - 05:21 PM

Im in 8th grade...lmao i am starting 2 do algerbra 2.

Posted 26 October 2005 - 06:03 PM

Im at uni applied mathematics 1 and mathematical methods 1 this semester and am2 and mm2 next semester, tis well solid stuff. Makes the calculus i did in higher maths at high school look like kiddies stuff and the none calculus stuff is just shockingly difficult and akward they teach you whole new ways of doing things and assume you love maths with a passion and all own your own slide rule cause you want to be old skool geniouses.

Posted 27 October 2005 - 07:14 PM

10th grader here, I'm in Pre-Calculas PreAP. I was of the last students in our school district to take Algebra 1 as a 7th grader. The next year they didn't allow ANY 7th graders to take it. Boy were some mad....

Posted 28 October 2005 - 05:10 PM

10th grader here, I'm in Pre-Calculas PreAP. I was of the last students in our school district to take Algebra 1 as a 7th grader. The next year they didn't allow ANY 7th graders to take it. Boy were some mad....

You mean they won't let kids be that far ahead in the math program? That's cheap. Do you know what their reasoning is?

Posted 31 October 2005 - 03:44 AM

I'm 19

Student

and i hate math!!!

So for that reason

I'm not study math--

Dr. Gutstein

Student

and i hate math!!!

So for that reason

I'm not study math--

Dr. Gutstein

Posted 31 October 2005 - 11:23 AM

Yes maths is really awful i have to do it cause im doing a science degree, and me braniac took a engineering as my optional module thus neccesitating doing the next level up from what i had to this semester and its really hard. I see bits from high school that they showed you how to do like chain rule and differentiation ut didnt really explain the whole first principles of it which are just to complex to understand and just confuse you, but they are important to know apparently even though you know how to do the maths.

It sucks and its getting harder by the day, im either going to throw a flaky wlak out and join the army, or building myself a little bb auto cannon and wire it up to one of the buttons drawn on the desks that say SHOOT LECTURER PRESS HERE NOW. To see some poor person press that button and have the lecutrer pinned down behind his overhead projectors of doom would make my year. Ah well ive got maths assesments to do now, better put my insane ramblings back in my head, i swear the voices are getting louder since i started this maths course.

It sucks and its getting harder by the day, im either going to throw a flaky wlak out and join the army, or building myself a little bb auto cannon and wire it up to one of the buttons drawn on the desks that say SHOOT LECTURER PRESS HERE NOW. To see some poor person press that button and have the lecutrer pinned down behind his overhead projectors of doom would make my year. Ah well ive got maths assesments to do now, better put my insane ramblings back in my head, i swear the voices are getting louder since i started this maths course.

Posted 31 October 2005 - 01:50 PM

I'm a junior taking Pre-AP Pre-Calculus.. I definately won't be taking AP Calculus next year, but instead maybe AP Statistics or College Algebra 8-)

Posted 31 October 2005 - 01:52 PM

12th grade last completed class was Trig

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Posted 01 November 2005 - 09:01 PM

Heh..I'm in 8th grade - Intro To algebra

Danny

Woah! Lol!

I am in the second highest, AP Algerbra. I love/hate Algerbra.

Offtopic: I love histroy and rule at it, I hate Science(I am in the highest Science though) thought its usually my best grade. 94-98

Posted 10 November 2005 - 10:32 PM

Finihed up Calc w/ Analytic Geom III last year, then I took a class in Linear Algebra for no reason... talk about GEEK! Now I'm taking 2 CAD classes and, surprisingly, there's virtually no math involved at all!

Posted 12 November 2005 - 02:10 PM

I love math.

I'm a Junior and I'm taking AP Calculus. I'm proabably going to take the BC test, so if I get a 4/5, I might take Calc 3 Senior year. I want to get as far as possible so I can get to the really advanced classes in college, because I want to be either a theoretical or astrophysicist. This class is going to be hard, however. Last year a kid who is extremely talented in math was the only one to get an EA (somewhere around 90%)! I heard that teacher doesn't think that the students are smart enough at my school. One student a few years ago got a 4.21 (on a 4.0 scale, a 95+% in an AP class is worth 5.0, but there are only about 10 offered at my school) and went to Harvard. I wonder if she was good enough. If he calls me dumb, he's going to get a mouthful about my knowledge of theoretical physics (he also teaches physics).

I'm a Junior and I'm taking AP Calculus. I'm proabably going to take the BC test, so if I get a 4/5, I might take Calc 3 Senior year. I want to get as far as possible so I can get to the really advanced classes in college, because I want to be either a theoretical or astrophysicist. This class is going to be hard, however. Last year a kid who is extremely talented in math was the only one to get an EA (somewhere around 90%)! I heard that teacher doesn't think that the students are smart enough at my school. One student a few years ago got a 4.21 (on a 4.0 scale, a 95+% in an AP class is worth 5.0, but there are only about 10 offered at my school) and went to Harvard. I wonder if she was good enough. If he calls me dumb, he's going to get a mouthful about my knowledge of theoretical physics (he also teaches physics).

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