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Math Final

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samson920

Senior Member

12-12-2012

I just failed my math final. I thought everyone in the world should know.


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Luck113

Junior Member

12-12-2012

I failed calc three times before I finally passed.

You ain't alone boyo.


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Lavenders2

Senior Member

12-12-2012

That isn't good...


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NKT Baker

Senior Member

12-12-2012

Don't worry. It's the American way.


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Poeta Somnium

Senior Member

12-12-2012

I just got an A- on mine. ^_^

(I'm in math 60, so.... yeah. Somewhere in China a four year old probably got an A++ on the same test.)


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Xailion

Recruiter

12-12-2012

Shouldn't have cut your hair before finals week Samson


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Kodoku

Senior Member

12-12-2012

What kind of math we talking about here?


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c4lm

Member

12-12-2012

Don't worry. I rocked a solid C in all 3 of the calc courses I took. If you're doing respectable science (applied science/engineering) all that math mumbojumbo is just for the nerds.

You'll have fun making 6 figures while they sit in labs and make jokes about how engineers don't understand proofs.


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Bilbosky

Senior Member

12-12-2012

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Campir:
Don't worry. I rocked a solid C in all 3 of the calc courses I took. If you're doing respectable science (applied science/engineering) all that math mumbojumbo is just for the nerds.

You'll have fun making 6 figures while they sit in labs and make jokes about how engineers don't understand proofs.


Depends on your engineering field. I have to deal with that **** constantly in nuclear, and had to take differential equations 1 and 2.


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c4lm

Member

12-12-2012

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Bilbosky:
Depends on your engineering field. I have to deal with that **** constantly in nuclear, and had to take differential equations 1 and 2.


Nuclear.... engineering? That's a real thing?

Edit: Here in Canada it's offered at a couple of tech schools and a military college....

Super duper