What methods are people using to take notes? Is good old fashioned pen and paper the best method for Calculus? I have a wacom stylus pad and a mac. Any suggestions?
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Pen and paper for most people. Preferably pens of two or three colors, which can be helpful for some diagrams and even some calculations (like switching in and out of u-substitutions). I've learned to use the equation editor in Microsoft Word but I doubt that many people would want to do that.
I use pen and paper for notes I will keep. But sometimes I use the Evernote application on my iPad, which allows freestyle notes, as a scratch pad to work out problems and examples.
Same method I used when taking notes at school/university - pens and paper. It worked for everything else I've done.
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I use pen and paper, too. The professor is very organized, so he is easy to take notes from.
Personally, I have with my a notebook so I can write down all the lessons I have tackled such as the equations, explanations, definitions and the rest of them. I do use pens and paper in figuring out complicated problems. Hope this helps :D