1. ## FUCK CALCULUS

WHY DOES THIS SHIT HAVE TO BE SO HARD

RAAAAAAAAAAAAGGGEEEEE X10

FUCK UNIVERSITIES!!!! WHY THEY GOTTA MAKE SHIT SO HARD

sigh...

i'll be ok just lemme go get some pot and listen to this

2. It's school, what do you expect? Everything to be easy?

3. Which one?
I found differential calc (I) to be pretty easy. Integral calculus (II) was sort of a challenge, but it wasn't that much harder than differential. Rotating curved lines across the axis and finding the area was probably the hardest topic to grasp, and it wasn't even that difficult. The taylor series and taylor polynomials topics were meh... sorta dry and more boring than the other topics, but it was ok.
I heard multivariable calc (III) is easier than integral, so I'm looking forward to next semester's MV calc course.

Calculus isn't a very hard topic if you are mathematically-inclined and if you study 10 minutes a day. Are you studying? Why did you take the course? Was it mandatory? The only kids I know who take calc in college are engineering students.

4. I found differential and integral (antidifferentiation) calculation quite fun. It's actually the most enjoyable maths topic in my opinion. I find complex probability a bitch.

5. fuck everything.

6. i lol @ people who take calculus 3 yet still have problems with basic algebra.

7. You mean like me then

Because I am very bad in math.
Still, I live...

8. Originally Posted by jorndel
You mean like me then

Because I am very bad in math.
Still, I live...
Math imo is 90% learning the logic and 10% application.

Once you understand it, doing the problem is a piece of cake.

People are often too hard on themselves at not understanding math.
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Just remember, math, like anything else is possible as long as you are human. Possibilities are the same in any point in time.

9. It cant be too easy

10. it's ok guys.. im chill now i just had to rage cuz i couldnt solve a differential equation. Yeah studying has it's ups and downs... hopefully i can make lots of \$\$\$ with this someday... thanks for all your support though

btw this is Calc III

11. Originally Posted by Empire

Math imo is 90% learning the logic and 10% application.

Once you understand it, doing the problem is a piece of cake.

People are often too hard on themselves at not understanding math.
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Just remember, math, like anything else is possible as long as you are human. Possibilities are the same in any point in time.
Depends. If you're talking about typical high school math, then yes anyone with an average IQ can do well.
However, college math requires much higher intelligence to do well. The average IQ of a math major is around 128-132.

Originally Posted by kant92
it's ok guys.. im chill now i just had to rage cuz i couldnt solve a differential equation. Yeah studying has it's ups and downs... hopefully i can make lots of \$\$\$ with this someday... thanks for all your support though

btw this is Calc III
So you're an engineering student? And you still have classes this late? Most of my friends got out in mid-May and I got out in early-May.

12. Originally Posted by Hyperion

Depends. If you're talking about typical high school math, then yes anyone with an average IQ can do well.
However, college math requires much higher intelligence to do well. The average IQ of a math major is around 128-132.

So you're an engineering student? And you still have classes this late? Most of my friends got out in mid-May and I got out in early-May.
No im studying on my own here... i dont wanna get an ass-whopping in 2nd year lol

13. if u can do algebra well calculus is easy
just gotta know your expansions and indices rules

14. I KNOW RIGHT!!!!!!!!!!!!!