nice, congratulations.finally got chem mark - 95.
I'm pretty stoked.
nice, congratulations.finally got chem mark - 95.
I'm pretty stoked.
That sucks big time.Serously FML
I didn't get a PC now I have the shittiest time table ever invented
will I Need to buy new books for math1131 or are sem 2/sem1 the same??
This may be the biggest fail I have read on these forums, ever. Rofl...lol I already bought new ones........................face...........palm
Uni has been the biggest fail of my lifeThis may be the biggest fail I have read on these forums, ever. Rofl...
calculus one and several variables, but theres enough stuff in the course packTheres a textbook for maths?
Wiley::Calculus: One and Several Variables, 10th EditionTheres a textbook for maths?
What lecture stream are you in?The first two algebra lectures of math 1241 algebra are so boring, 2 hrs of proving 0 = 0, and other such trivial crap, gona fall asleep soon
Me?What course are you doing?
So what subjects are you doing this semester now?
What lecture stream are you in?
My view on the maths lectures so far:
Algebra:
Dr. Mak - Shows about half a dozen overheads of birds with captions and story's on them he's drawn for a few minutes each lecture. He is okay, not great though, seems to go off on tangents when answering questions. Notes are all on overhead's. He is fine to understand.
Dr Wildberger - Has no notes, nor does he use any other notes. Does not use pc/overheads, does everything straight on the blackboard, which I quite like. Teaches quite simply and explains it well.
Calculus:
Dr Tisdell - Interesting, encourages good class participation. Notes are good and contain lots of real world practical applications and he makes it more exciting. That being said, he moves quite fast (he seems to think he is behind?) and I'm not sure I understand everything at first.
Dr Blennerhasset - While I'm not a huge fan of his, he does explain the maths well. His lecture notes still annoy me and he uses the slides too much.
Wildberger's a machine, does everything from his head.What lecture stream are you in?
My view on the maths lectures so far:
Algebra:
Dr. Mak - Shows about half a dozen overheads of birds with captions and story's on them he's drawn for a few minutes each lecture. He is okay, not great though, seems to go off on tangents when answering questions. Notes are all on overhead's. He is fine to understand.
Dr Wildberger - Has no notes, nor does he use any other notes. Does not use pc/overheads, does everything straight on the blackboard, which I quite like. Teaches quite simply and explains it well.
Calculus:
Dr Tisdell - Interesting, encourages good class participation. Notes are good and contain lots of real world practical applications and he makes it more exciting. That being said, he moves quite fast (he seems to think he is behind?) and I'm not sure I understand everything at first.
Dr Blennerhasset - While I'm not a huge fan of his, he does explain the maths well. His lecture notes still annoy me and he uses the slides too much.
You should see Daniel Chan in 3rd year algebra. Superhuman.Wildberger's a machine, does everything from his head.
he's a horrible educator imoYou should see Daniel Chan in 3rd year algebra. Superhuman.
oo same. i was the guy who came in late on wednesday, i was wearing black adidas trackies lolim in the first lecture stream for higher maths 1b, have a lecture on wednesday and thursday
man i hope i get tisdell ( i think its trisdell lol) in second year, he looks like he'd be a very good lecturer from all his videos
now we need people to shut the fuck in the lecturesmy frikin elec1111 lectures some small woman with a thick indian accent
yay