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What Math/Related Subjects Are You Currently Studying?

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Txantslusam Skxawng:

--- Quote from: Eana Tanhì on January 18, 2011, 04:07:59 pm ---I'm 4th (last) year of the high school now, and I have:

Mathematics (hmm.. everything together  :D)
Physics
Chemistry

we don't have different levels to choose, we all learn the same stuff :P

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I am also on my fourth and last year, but I am on VMBO, then of MTS and HTS

( I used Google translated on those )

And VMBO is a preporation to the MTS

But I don't about the level here, all I got is Math, Physics and Chemistry.... I suck at chemistry so hard, I keep getting bad grades, seriously, I never had subject on which I only kept getting bad grades. But I currently am making a website for Chemistry about water.

www.ikbenopgesloteninhetscheikundelokaaldoordedocent.webs.com ( its all in dutch )

ik ben opgesloten in hetscheikunde lokaal door de docent = I am locked up by the chemistry teacher in the chemistry class. ( Yea, it actually happened )

And when I take a certain subject, some kind of Math, on the MTS, I can do the HTS in 3 instead of 4 years. Because I already had that subject on the MTS.

Txantslusam Skxawng:
I am now studing electrical engineering at Leeuwenborgh Opleidingen. I had an introduction-week this week, so from this Monday, it is really going to be begin for me.

I also got Math and ( what my dictonary says: ) calculate or figures

Tswusayona Tsamsiyu:
I'm in high school now and we've started learning algorithms. :D :D :D

Swoka Ikran:
None currently...

I'll have to take statistics and what they call "discrete mathematics" at some point though.

Already took calculus.

Seze Mune:
Geeze.....What does a math major do on a vacation?  He spends $800 on a one-way ticket from Los Angeles to Cairo, hitches rides across the Libyan border and hangs out with rebel fighters and families.  When asked why, he said, “I just go and see what happens,” he said. “At spring break I told my friends a 'sick' vacation would be to come here and fight with the rebels.”

Since he doesn't speak Arabic he communicates with sign language and what little Italian he knows.  He has no way to contact the outside world, but that's okay because his parents don't know where he is, anyway.  He plans on using a credit card to get a flight back to LA just before school starts at the end of September.

At least the rebels seem to enjoy him.  They won't let him use their AK-47s without supervision, though.

Well........just because you're a math major, that doesn't mean you're not in touch with the real world.

http://www.csmonitor.com/World/Middle-East/2011/0901/American-college-kid-joins-Libya-rebels-for-vacation?cmpid=ema:nws:Weekend%20Newsletter%2009-03-11&cmpid=ema:nws:NzQ4MDUzOTI0MAS2

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