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Advices for Mathematics Undergrad Student by Cornelius Blatherdock - Thu, 18 Oct 2018 08:03:00 EST ID:ojtNcCTZ No.15696 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Hello guys.
I need your help. My first year in college is began boring me. I am mathematics undergrad student and I feel bored. Lessons are hard for me and I don't know how to work my lessons.
I need resources, working videos and something else.
I give you list of my lessons. I am waiting for your advices.

General Mathematics - Something like Beginning calculus, we use Adam's Calculus book. You can give advices for calculus and pre calculus.

Analytical Geometry

Abstract Mathematics

Physics 1 - 1 lesson for physics, we only see mechanics releated thing

I am depressed and my brain is crashing.

Last thing: I need cracked or free version of Maple 2015 or 2018. I use Linux.
Lillian Pocklefuck - Sat, 20 Oct 2018 04:46:11 EST ID:jg7MI6/F No.15707 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You should stop saying you're bored when you mean you're challenged and finding it difficult.
Were you praised for cruising through highschool math without ever lifting a finger, and now you completely lack the ability to confront that? That is what it sounds like to me honestly (I tutored math undergrads for awhile and this happened a lot)
Talk to your advisor and your profs.
Nobody's going to provide you cracked software here, it's foolish to ask. Check maple's site if they have a demo, but likely you're asking because your course requires it, in which case your school probably has a license.

Get good sleep, get good exercise, forgive and love yourself.
Martha Dartforth - Tue, 30 Oct 2018 21:20:05 EST ID:wEJf0pZR No.15709 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I went undergrad Physics, but there's obviously a lot of overlap with math. Here's a few things that helped me:

A bit obvious because I think everyone knows Khan Academy by now. Sal's videos are informative, but he gets kinda spergy about certain things and goes on tangents, so they can get a little difficult to follow. Overall pretty helpful.

This guy does amazing videos, much better organized than Khan and he does really great example problems.
Phineas Findlemack - Sun, 20 Jan 2019 18:06:11 EST ID:CRMRugLT No.15732 Ignore Report Quick Reply
1) Try not to use videos or internet too much.
2) Try to get the most ouf of lectures and exercises
3) Ask lecturers, tutors, students
4) Try to get a good grasp of course notes
5) Courses are usually structured to build gradually on concepts. It's good to review course notes/any other material in fairly linear fashion. It's important to get a good grasp of the early concepts because they'll going to be used throughout.
So, start reviewing stuff from beginning, step by step. Make sure you understand it and go forward. When you don't, stop and study it until you do. (at least, most of it)
6) Abstract math may seem a little weird at this point but few years in you will appreciate it. A LOT.
7) Calculus and geometry will also be very important but most likely you should've probably fairly familiar with a good portion of it before.
8) Pay attention to proofs, what methods are used etc
9) When you're too much behind unfortunately you have to double the effort because your lag will only get worse and worse!
10) Try to enjoy it :-)
John Mirryfug - Sun, 20 Jan 2019 20:57:08 EST ID:CRMRugLT No.15733 Ignore Report Quick Reply
oh geesh I thought that was a way fresher threat!

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