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My life T_T
#1
Ug, my life for the next two years...

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#2
I always hated maths. Sad
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#3
(04-14-2014, 03:55 PM)Schultz Wrote: I always hated maths. Sad

Not much of the maths, but more of AP Physic's phisology. :crying:

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#4
Somehow I doubt you'll be doing that level of calculus in high school. That upside down triangle is called "Del" - which is used in vector calculus .-.

Looks like there's some other vector identities sprinkled throughout there too.
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(04-14-2014, 08:18 PM)Mr. Zane Wrote: Somehow I doubt you'll be doing that level of calculus in high school. That upside down triangle is called "Del" - which is used in vector calculus .-.

Looks like there's some other vector identities sprinkled throughout there too.

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(04-14-2014, 08:18 PM)Mr. Zane Wrote: Somehow I doubt you'll be doing that level of calculus in high school. That upside down triangle is called "Del" - which is used in vector calculus .-.

Looks like there's some other vector identities sprinkled throughout there too.

Actually, High schools offer a lot of college level courses now I took a college level English class in 11th grade and now I'm taking college level Social Science
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(04-15-2014, 06:49 AM)Death Wrote:
(04-14-2014, 08:18 PM)Mr. Zane Wrote: Somehow I doubt you'll be doing that level of calculus in high school. That upside down triangle is called "Del" - which is used in vector calculus .-.

Looks like there's some other vector identities sprinkled throughout there too.

Actually, High schools offer a lot of college level courses now I took a college level English class in 11th grade and now I'm taking college level Social Science

We have AP (Advanced Placement/ College level) Chemistry, Physics (taking it next year and senior year, two year course), US History, Civics, Street Law, Criminal law, and some odd geo glasses.

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(04-15-2014, 07:51 AM)Siberia Wrote:
(04-15-2014, 06:49 AM)Death Wrote:
(04-14-2014, 08:18 PM)Mr. Zane Wrote: Somehow I doubt you'll be doing that level of calculus in high school. That upside down triangle is called "Del" - which is used in vector calculus .-.

Looks like there's some other vector identities sprinkled throughout there too.

Actually, High schools offer a lot of college level courses now I took a college level English class in 11th grade and now I'm taking college level Social Science

We have AP (Advanced Placement/ College level) Chemistry, Physics (taking it next year and senior year, two year course), US History, Civics, Street Law, Criminal law, and some odd geo glasses.

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My school offers plenty of college courses and AP's. Speaking of college courses, i was forced to take one freshman year -_- At least im certified.
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#9
College level courses do see their way into high school curriculum from time to time. That board looks quite like the AP Calculus course I took in high school actually. There's a few more advanced topics there which you probably won't learn if you're in high school, but at least 75% of the board is shown in advanced placement courses.
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(04-18-2014, 05:54 PM)Anonymous Wrote: College level courses do see their way into high school curriculum from time to time. That board looks quite like the AP Calculus course I took in high school actually. There's a few more advanced topics there which you probably won't learn if you're in high school, but at least 75% of the board is shown in advanced placement courses.

Yea, I have no social life, I just study programming languages and mathematics :tounge:

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