"luzers" =losers didn't take math in HS now they

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Subject: "luzers" =losers didn't take math in HS now they
"luzers" are crying bcs they are ashamed of the psychology program they are in and that´s the result for being "cool" in HS and they didn´t take any math course sooooooo they couldn´t go into ENGINEERING!

Cry baby cry, ask your mama for some milk to drink and go to bed, OK!

[10-08-2006,12:35]
Anonymous
(in reply to: "luzers" =losers didn't take math in HS now they)
not everyone in the world wants to be an engineer buddy, that would be a dull world wouldn´t you think?
[10-08-2006,13:05]
Anonymous
(in reply to: "luzers" =losers didn't take math in HS now they)
engineers are hot
[10-08-2006,20:40]
i <3 scientists
(in reply to: "luzers" =losers didn't take math in HS now they)
Psychology at UofT requires calculus and 1 full year of University statistics. It is part of the life science program, and leads to a Hon. B.Sc.
[10-08-2006,21:10]
Anonymous
(in reply to: "luzers" =losers didn't take math in HS now they)
yeah calculus for pussies...

haha just kidding... (Maybe not)


[10-08-2006,22:35]
Anonymous
(in reply to: "luzers" =losers didn't take math in HS now they)
Do you think you people will actually USE calculus after University? In 95%+ of the case, the answer is NO! You will use basic math that you learned in high school, unless you are a physicist or a certain type of engineer. Doctors, for example, don´t need calculus, nor do they use it. Calculus is useful in so far as it teaches you to think in new ways and problem solve. You engineers might be surprised at how useless calculus and any advanced math will be to you following graduation (along with many of science courses).
[10-08-2006,23:04]
Anonymous
(in reply to: "luzers" =losers didn't take math in HS now they)
"Psychology at UofT requires calculus and 1 full year of University statistics. It is part of the life science program, and leads to a Hon. B.Sc."

untrue, psychology does not need calculus, if you take it at utsc you don´t need calculus. i don´t know about the st. george campus though

http://www.utsc.utoronto.ca/~admliaison/admreqls.htm

[10-08-2006,23:16]
Anonymous
(in reply to: "luzers" =losers didn't take math in HS now they)
When I say UofT, I mean UofT, not UTSC or UTM.

UofT REQUIRES calculus and 1 year stats.

check the pdf

http://www.artsci.utoronto.ca/prospective/admissions/requirements

[11-08-2006,00:00]
Anonymous
(in reply to: "luzers" =losers didn't take math in HS now they)
Calculus is not useless, especially to an engineer. Engineers need to understand physcial mechanics and that is impossible without first having an understanding of calculus, differential equations, power series, numerical methods, PDE´s, Vector calc etc... CALCULUS DOES NOT TEACH YOU HOW TO PROBLEM SOLVE, youve obviously never taken a class heavy in problem solving becasue calculus isnt one of them. Math is just a tool for engineers, knowing math gives us the knowlage needed to solve problems, its how to apply that math that is the real problem solving.

When i was in highschool i didnt understand the significants of calculus because i just had not seen the application for it. For you to make a statment liek that, you must either be in highschool or in an arts program because now i use calculus in every single course. Any real world problem solving for fluid mechanics, physical mechanics, vibrations, dynamics..etc, is going to require calculus.

[11-08-2006,00:17]
Anonymous
(in reply to: "luzers" =losers didn't take math in HS now they)
oh and im not the op, that guys an idiot
[11-08-2006,00:19]
Anonymous



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