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I've used matrices in circuit calculations once.

All circuit simulators use matrices because of the HUGE number of variables involved.

 

Haven't used stats yet but I'll be doing a lot of that once I start my signal processing course.

I'm SO glad that I don't have to deal with all this :D

I still don't really see why I would need all this math for my course...
So far I never had to use anything I learn in my math lessons in any of the other lessons I'm attending. Okay, one time we needed matrix multiplication to do some image gauss filter shenanigans. That's it.

post #79787 of 132241
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Originally Posted by b1o2r3i4s5 View Post

I've used matrices in circuit calculations once.

All circuit simulators use matrices because of the HUGE number of variables involved.

 

Haven't used stats yet but I'll be doing a lot of that once I start my signal processing course.

 

I'm liking it. Hopefully gonna get a job that actually use my math knowledge in my workfield

post #79788 of 132241
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I'm liking it. Hopefully gonna get a job that actually use my math knowledge in my workfield

I would be fugged beyond believe, if I will actually have to use all the math stuff I'm learning right now :)
That's the reason I won't do anything image processing wise later.

post #79789 of 132241
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Originally Posted by Tom Yum Goong View Post

I would be fugged beyond believe, if I will actually have to use all the math stuff I'm learning right now :)
That's the reason I won't do anything image processing wise later.

 

Math is fun ya know... well to those very few rare people that is

post #79790 of 132241
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Math is fun ya know... well to those very few rare people that is

Sure! It's just that I suck super hard at it. Which is kind of a problem. It's still kind of reassureing to know that I always sucked at it and not since I attend university.

post #79791 of 132241
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Originally Posted by Tom Yum Goong View Post

Sure! It's just that I suck super hard at it. Which is kind of a problem. It's still kind of reassureing to know that I always sucked at it and not since I attend university.

 

Well that's just... bad luck...

post #79792 of 132241
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Well that's just... bad luck...

Indeeeeed \( ゚ヮ゚)/

Just finished Shinsekai yori. Perfect ending.

post #79793 of 132241
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Originally Posted by Tom Yum Goong View Post

Just finished Shinsekai yori. Perfect ending.

Dropped it around 2/3 in..... might watch it again just to see how it ended....

post #79794 of 132241
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Originally Posted by b1o2r3i4s5 View Post

Haha, hope you have fun biggrin.gif
As a matter of fact I did not. It wasn't a good exam.

There where two questions both counting for 35% that were almost identical except for one minus pretty much. And on top of that after I finished the exam I realized I made a stupid mistake which messed up the entire exercise. ;_;
I accidentally took the transposed of the Hamiltonian system, which made all eigenvalues real instead of imaginary, which gives a totally different solution to the system. ლ(ಠ_ಠლ)

Ah well. I need an 8/10 to get a 9/10 for the subject, and a 7.2 in order to get a 8.5/10, so it'll still be an average grade.

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Wah, someone who likes exams? You don't see that very often. tongue.gif
It's too late to say, but I'll say it anyway: good luck on your exams!

That being said, ODEs are indeed one of the more fun math concepts I've encountered. Those and P[artial]DEs. Ah good 'ol thermodynamics. XD

Yeah, I like exams. But only if they're well made. And only for math, usually physics exams are no fun.
A good exam is challenging, tests a wide variety of knowledge and has diverse questions, all while still being realistically possible within the set time.

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Do you use matrix, probability, statistics in all that though?

Well you could use statistical physics and quantum mechanics to derive all fundamental electric laws (like Ohm's law) by modeling the movement of electrons in a piece of wire. You'd definitely need probability and matrices for that.
post #79795 of 132241
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Dropped it around 2/3 in..... might watch it again just to see how it ended....

Do it.
For the love of all that is holy, do it.

Best ending of an anime I ever watched.

post #79796 of 132241
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Originally Posted by Tom Yum Goong View Post

Do it.

For the love of all that is holy, do it.


Best ending of an anime I ever watched.

I dropped it 1/3rd in. I thought it was a pretty good show, but I was simply never motivated to watch it, and as such I got behind quite a few episodes.

I'll wait a year or two, and then I'll watch it anew entirely.
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I dropped it 1/3rd in. I thought it was a pretty good show, but I was simply never motivated to watch it, and as such I got behind quite a few episodes.

I'll wait a year or two, and then I'll watch it anew entirely.

It really is not that easy to watch, if you ask me. But still really really worth it.
The last 7 or 8 episodes are just breathtaking.

post #79798 of 132241
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Originally Posted by Tom Yum Goong View Post

It really is not that easy to watch, if you ask me. But still really really worth it.

The last 7 or 8 episodes are just breathtaking.

Then you'll probably like Aku no Hana too. Watch it.
post #79799 of 132241
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Originally Posted by Tilpo View Post

Ah well. I need an 8/10 to get a 9/10 for the subject, and a 7.2 in order to get a 8.5/10, so it'll still be an average grade.
Yeah, I like exams. But only if they're well made. And only for math, usually physics exams are no fun.
A good exam is challenging, tests a wide variety of knowledge and has diverse questions, all while still being realistically possible within the set time.
Well you could use statistical physics and quantum mechanics to derive all fundamental electric laws (like Ohm's law) by modeling the movement of electrons in a piece of wire. You'd definitely need probability and matrices for that.

 

And thus the math master comes~

 

It may be just be my fault for not studying enough or even understanding, but sometimes, it isn't realistically possible

 

OK, but seems like that's more on the academia side of jobs instead of normal salaryman side of jobs.

post #79800 of 132241
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Then you'll probably like Aku no Hana too. Watch it.


I wish they would remake aku with conventional artwork....
story seems so nice but I just cant stand it...

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