Redemption! Didn't wanna jinx it last night, but man, feels good to be the king
actually I decided I'm not gonna take a class this spring, but I'll try to fit discrete math next fall when I start college.
And thank you. It's because I exhausted the math courses my high school had to offer by sophomore year, and my math teacher encouraged me to enroll in college level courses starting junior year, so that's when it started.
I know a couple of profs who I talk to from time to time, but they're too busy with their own research so I mostly do things by myself.
Thanks for the help by the way. I'll probably ask you more questions in the future
thanks you for the recommendations. The symbolic logic course looks interesting, and I'll definitely sign up for some sort of discrete math course for spring. I've taken AP macro and micro econ and I like econ in general, but I'm not sure if I'll have room for intermediate level econ for next year.
About the electromagnetic theory you're learning, are you ading a book from an engineering point of view or from a physicist's point of view?
To be honest, I'm still a high school senior ahaha, although I've started taking college level math last year (I know, I'm a nerd, but I just love math too much). I'm not taking classes this semester though.
So I'm entering college this fall, and I'm still at a crossroads between pure and applied. Both appeal to me at this point. I loved my number theory and analysis class. But applied math is just as fascinating.. I'm interested in working with computational methods and their applications, algorithms (numerical analysis), math modeling, all that jazz. Mathematical physics is also an option. Right now I just got the hang of MATLAB and I'm working on some programming with C++.
It seems like you're really passionate about math too, which is a rarity [ if not an anomaly ] in this forum. Did you pursue graduate studies?
Are there proofs too in courses like PDEs? Or is just mostly computational methods?
I've taken maths up to ODE's and I've taken real analysis and algebra and did pretty good on those.
Did you major in computational math?
We miss you homie, where've you been?
Just to let you know, it seems as though putting that certain member on the ignore list is the new way to go, everyone else is doing that, so I definitely recommend that.
Sure is, I have no other place on the internet to go annoy people now that Netsports is dead. How goes?
Cool, its on Yahoo
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