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Re: I Am Novell

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Re: I Am Novell

I didn't have anything to do with it!

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Re: I Am Novell

"kgroneman" wrote:

> I didn't have anything to do with it!


Heehee

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Re: I Am Novell

Anders Gustafsson wrote:
> Ben A L Jemmett,
> > You're doing 6.002x too? How are you getting on? I'm quite
> > enjoying it, although it has highlighted in places how rusty my
> > maths has become since I haven't needed to use much of it for a
> > decade or so 😉

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> I am at 57% currently. I got lucky in the midterm and scored 100%,
> but I definitely find the math challenging.


Ah, I'm managing to maintain 100% at the moment, but I expect the final
will change that. The midterm was great fun! Found one of the recent
weeks with a pair of monster lecture sequences a bit difficult to fit
in around work and other commitments, though 😞

> I always liked math, but was always much too lazy to commit stuff
> like the various rules, ie what is the integral of cos or derivative
> of tan, Eulers rule and all that.


I'd forgotten an awful lot -- even elementary algebraic manipulation, I
kept having to pause videos even in the first few weeks to make sure I
was following -- but thankfully it came back quickly. Enough so that
the 'sneaky trick' with the complex algebra in the sinusodial steady
state sequence suggested itself to me before Prof. Agarwal did, which
was a pleasant surprise!

> OTOH do I have an BsC EE and have been playing with electronics since
> I was 7 so it helps. As professor AA says: "intuitive"


Ah, yes, that will certainly help 😉 I did a little playing around
when I was a lad but haven't really touched it for a long time; only in
the last year or so when I decided to have a little fun and basically
started from scratch. Now I seem to buying random bits of test gear
for my workbench as retail therapy, oh dear...

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Re: I Am Novell

Yes. I have forgotten a lot, but things you once have learned tend to
come back when you read up on it. I did the Week 10 lab yesterday

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