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Why has there been way too much stuff going on in OS feedback recently?
*le random reply*
le suggestion: Can we add a group called Calculus, please?
Parlay vew francay?
Nope, but swiss does
parle vous francais?
No I really mean it, having an official Calculus group would be nice, maybe as subgroup of Math
In regard to the Calculus question, keep your eyes peeled. ;)
lol didn't really follow, but like maybe add tags with which you can filter the list of questions. Actually the whole idea of tagging would be nice, with the most common ones being selected from some dropdown, for example: Math -> Calculus -> Single Variable -> Differentiation -> Related Rates
And @farmdawgnation can you make a dedicated group for study notes? With subgroups as math/history etc. Maybe users could share old lectures in pdf format. Attachments work, but scrolling around questions isn't fun.
Something like google docs or this: http://www.mediafire.com/view/?2emavfr0n8d4722 as you can see, you can view the document without downloading it.
and we should from user associations like "calculus crew" , "probability crew","thermodynamic crew"
Libniz, want my probability lectures btw?
I mean I'm just saying, I have like a lot of lectures I can share online.. Intro to Probability, Intro to C++, Differential equations (needs to be scanned), Topology, Advanced Calculus
sure ,anything that helps
what else you got?
I don't think my physics notes wld help you, I have horrible notes for physics.
they'd make a good bonfire?
y wld u do that??????
or toilet paper
pretty rough toilet paper
it wld make a good bathroom reading
I also have the Art of Public Speaking, 9th edition
beat any newspapers
I wld rather sit down to a good novel for a bathroom reading rather than read my physics notea
That's from my communications class, teaches you how to give speeches
Oh and I also made a For Dummies tutorial: How to register for Classes at Baruch - For Dummies.
I can make a How to use OpenStudy, For Dummies as well
that's really required based on kind of users there are
Any notes that others can share?
I think Goodman has created smth like that already
ohh yea she did, with saif, ok so we don't need a for dummies.
first rule: this ain't yo mama home; so mind yourself
I would also share the pdfs of some of my textbooks but that would be illegal
Sharing is caring.
Maybe we should write a paper on how to make good resumes (for math majors), since a math major never knows what to do after he/she gets out of college.
Ya that would be sooo helpful
Other suggestions on what papers to write?
Introduction to Curvilinear Motion :S Forget it...
ermm don't know that subject.
Neither do I...
that sound mighty fancy
lol the COM department never changed it.. i think after i used the 9th edition they changed it to 10th, which is the one they're using at the moment.
My question has to stay on top!
callito, I have, at length
Uhm that's just rotational motion, I know that stuff somewhat.
We didn't go into that many details though
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Have you tried mcgriffin method?
erm no Idk that stuff, I can use my old C++ hw assignments