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  1. Standard member adam warlock
    Baby Gauss
    04 Aug '11 20:23
    Just out your name on this thread and tell me if your comfortable with the following topics:

    LateX
    Integral Calculus
    Differential Calculus
    Linear Algebra
    Probabilities and Statistics
    Ordinary differential equations
    actual hard work

    I might have something for interested interesting posters.
  2. Subscriber joe shmo
    Strange Egg
    04 Aug '11 20:52 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by adam warlock
    Just out your name on this thread and tell me if your comfortable with the following topics:

    LateX
    Integral Calculus
    Differential Calculus
    Linear Algebra
    Probabilities and Statistics
    Ordinary differential equations
    actual hard work

    I might have something for interested interesting posters.
    Im interested, but its a little late in the summer ( the usual grind is about to begin) so "actual hard work" will be tough. Plus, I have no experience in LateX, serious coursework in Prb and statistics is lacking, I will be taking linear this upcoming year, and I feel that the professor for Diff Eq wasn't willing to throw the engineering students to the mathematical lions ( so I dont have any post traumatic Diff Eq stress) so it probably means that I have missed a terrible portion of the finer details...

    The statistics don't seem to favor me as a canidate.
  3. Standard member adam warlock
    Baby Gauss
    04 Aug '11 21:00
    Originally posted by joe shmo
    Im interested, but its a little late in the summer ( the usual grind is about to begin) so "actual hard work" will be tough. Plus, I have no experience in LateX, serious coursework in Prb and statistics is lacking, I will be taking linear this upcoming year, and I feel that the professor for Diff Eq wasn't willing to throw the engineering students to the ma ...[text shortened]... ible portion of the finer details...

    The statistics don't seem to favor me as a canidate.
    You're interesting and I know you're interested. You're in.
  4. Standard member Palynka
    Upward Spiral
    04 Aug '11 22:43
    I'm in. I have all the tools except the hard work...
  5. Standard member adam warlock
    Baby Gauss
    04 Aug '11 23:07
    Originally posted by Palynka
    I'm in. I have all the tools except the hard work...
    I geto to decide who's in or not.

    You're in and if you don't put the hard work into it you're definitely the one who loses.
  6. Standard member adam warlock
    Baby Gauss
    04 Aug '11 23:11
    If you're still pondering whether to out yourself or not in this thread take a look at this:

    http://www.clzx.cqjtu.edu.cn/upload/2007_07/07070410437807.pdf

    If this is too much for you don't out yourself.
  7. Standard member Palynka
    Upward Spiral
    04 Aug '11 23:15
    Originally posted by adam warlock
    I geto to decide who's in or not.

    You're in and if you don't put the hard work into it you're definitely the one who loses.
    Sir, YES SIR!
  8. Standard member adam warlock
    Baby Gauss
    04 Aug '11 23:18
    Originally posted by Palynka
    Sir, YES SIR!
    That's the spirit.

    Lulz

    But I do promise you (and the select few that will get directly in) that this will be rewarding.
  9. Standard member Soothfast
    0,1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21,
    04 Aug '11 23:35 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by adam warlock
    Just out your name on this thread and tell me if your comfortable with the following topics:

    LateX
    Integral Calculus
    Differential Calculus
    Linear Algebra
    Probabilities and Statistics
    Ordinary differential equations
    actual hard work

    I might have something for interested interesting posters.
    I work with all of those, including LaTeX.

    EDIT: although, while "actual hard work" is not a problem for me "in principle," I'm already applying the work to other areas. Hmm...

    I took a quantum mechanics course many years ago; unfortunately I was not particularly disciplined back then so I sort of coasted through it.
  10. Standard member adam warlock
    Baby Gauss
    04 Aug '11 23:47 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by Soothfast
    I work with all of those, including LaTeX.

    EDIT: although, while "actual hard work" is not a problem for me "in principle," I'm already applying the work to other areas. Hmm...

    I took a quantum mechanics course many years ago; unfortunately I was not particularly disciplined back then so I sort of coasted through it.
    After having a read through some of your recent forum posts it's plainly obvious that you're interesting and know your stuff. And you're a mathematician and I just have bro love for mathematicians... Even if they're girls...

    Anyhoo you're in.

    Only one or two slots left, so hurry up people.
  11. 05 Aug '11 00:19
    Anything that involves a lot of hard work involving mathematics is probably a waste of time unless you are preparing for a college course.

    I already know enough about QM despite some peoples false claim that I don't know the basics. Some people just have ego problems and pretend to be too superior to have an intelligent discussion that may benefit them. I am not interested.
  12. Standard member Palynka
    Upward Spiral
    05 Aug '11 00:31
    Originally posted by Metal Brain
    Some people just have ego problems and pretend to be too superior to have an intelligent discussion that may benefit them. I am not interested.
    Priceless.
  13. Standard member adam warlock
    Baby Gauss
    05 Aug '11 00:32
    Originally posted by Palynka
    Priceless.
    Indeed.
  14. Standard member adam warlock
    Baby Gauss
    05 Aug '11 00:34 / 1 edit
    Palynka, Soothfast and joe shmo please PM me an email address.
  15. 05 Aug '11 00:40
    Originally posted by Palynka
    Priceless.
    You are exactly the type of person I am referring to.