- 04 Aug '11 20:23Just 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. - 04 Aug '11 20:52 / 1 edit

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...*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.

The statistics don't seem to favor me as a canidate. - 04 Aug '11 21:00

You're interesting and I know you're interested. You're in.*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. - 04 Aug '11 23:35 / 1 edit

I work with all of those, including LaTeX.*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.

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. - 04 Aug '11 23:47 / 1 edit

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...*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.

Anyhoo you're in.

Only one or two slots left, so hurry up people. - 05 Aug '11 00:19Anything 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.