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  • avro_arrow_25206
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    Originally posted by indian airlines
    List of famous people (not necessarily limited to mathematics) who have made my life miserable:

    Gibbs
    Helmholtz
    Sanger
    Screaming_emu
    Pauli
    L'Hopital (not as much as the others though)
    Whoever invented the internet
    You can add
    Maxwell
    Hamilton
    Leibniz

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  • indian airlines
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    Originally posted by pkonowrocki
    Yay I am not on the list (yet)
    You don't need to worry about that, it's a list of famous people

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    Originally posted by indian airlines
    List of famous people (not necessarily limited to mathematics) who have made my life miserable:

    Gibbs
    Helmholtz
    Sanger
    Screaming_emu
    Pauli
    L'Hopital (not as much as the others though)
    Whoever invented the internet
    Yay I am not on the list (yet)

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  • indian airlines
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    List of famous people (not necessarily limited to mathematics) who have made my life miserable:

    Gibbs
    Helmholtz
    Sanger
    Screaming_emu
    Pauli
    L'Hopital (not as much as the others though)
    Whoever invented the internet

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  • avro_arrow_25206
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    Originally posted by CanadianDC10
    Rational expressions are ok. What really blows is when you get to the level where everything seems to be named after mathematicians: Lagrange this, Lagrange that, a Vandermonde matrix, de Morgan's law ... well, actually de Morgan is easy to understand, but I hate everything that starts with either Lagrange, Euler or Gauss with a passion. Newton, well I can usually handle Newton, and I have yet to lose any respect for Pythagoras since grade 7.
    Rational expressions may be more difficult in the beginning, but they will become second nature if you do enough of those

    Lagrange isn't that bad... as long as you properly define your frames of references, you just have to remember the few equations

    Gauss= Eww
    Euler + Fluid mechanics = super eww. I just can't get a hold on to that stuff

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  • CanadianDC10
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    Rational expressions are ok. What really blows is when you get to the level where everything seems to be named after mathematicians: Lagrange this, Lagrange that, a Vandermonde matrix, de Morgan's law ... well, actually de Morgan is easy to understand, but I hate everything that starts with either Lagrange, Euler or Gauss with a passion. Newton, well I can usually handle Newton, and I have yet to lose any respect for Pythagoras since grade 7.

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    Originally posted by pbateson
    Do you do this in math?

    I wasnt doing well in rational expression due to hard.
    I think so. I think I did this in my calculus class. But can u give an example just to make sure

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    Do you do this in math?

    I wasnt doing well in rational expression due to hard.
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