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Old 09-25-2007, 12:58 AM   #21
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its called integration its pretty ******* easy.
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its called gay, my engineering class is easy enough, one portfolio at the end of the semester i'm only in calc 141 now so i don't know what ur talking about, i still hate limits
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its called integration its pretty ******* easy.
Yea, I know it's integration. I'm learning, but let's just say I'm not the sharpest lightbulb. I'm slowly starting to get it. Once I get the problem set up and find my limits of intergration, I've got it.

I'll take a 6 digit salary. Maybe I need to work some more Cal problems.

Limit's are pretty ******* easy. Just try doing them backwards.
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Old 09-25-2007, 01:05 AM   #24
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easier said then done, my teacher is spanish and my TA is indian and says vediable=variable. But yeah i need to buck up and practice because that chapter is old news now
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its called integration its pretty ******* easy.
If it's easy, TEACH ME!

Find the volume of the solid obtained by rotating the region bounded by the given curves about the specified axis.

Y= Square Root of (x-2), X=3, X=8, Y=0; about the X-axis.

I get 76.39 finding the intergral from 3-8. The 'solution' I get say's I should evaluate the intergral from 3-6. Why not 3-8? They solve from 3-6 and get 54.98? I'm confused. This is the only one where they change the limit's of intergration on me.

Suman Hameed was my Cal I teacher. "HICK" is how he pronounced the letter 'h'. He could barely speak english. Cal II I have a better teacher.
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**** i should start coming here for tutoring. THX PHILIP, YOU HAVE DONE MORE THAN AN INTERNET SITE, YOU HAVE GIVEN ME HOPE

yeah i got raped on ratemyproffesor
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Old 09-25-2007, 01:24 AM   #27
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i dont even have a job, just want to post something
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Old 09-25-2007, 01:33 AM   #28
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**** i should start coming here for tutoring. THX PHILIP, YOU HAVE DONE MORE THAN AN INTERNET SITE, YOU HAVE GIVEN ME HOPE

yeah i got raped on ratemyproffesor
they should change the name: maitaturbo&calculustutoring.net

My university has their own site to research various teachers. I used it and ratemyproffesor to pick my teachers. I looked up 3 diff. cal teachers and went and met each of them before picking the great teacher I have now. I understand what we do in class, but as always, the HW is a week ahead of what we do in class and usually more difficult problems.

Come on neogenesis2004, HELP ME!!!! It's ****** easy!
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...my teacher is spanish and my TA is indian...
that sounds like integration to me. On the positive side you learn calculus, spanglish and inglish in one class.
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that sounds like integration to me. On the positive side you learn calculus, spanglish and inglish in one class.
maybe we should send magna.
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If you guys offered calc tutoring and **** like that and where around back in 03 i would have a BS in psyche by now most likely Instead i have 3 yrs of printing behind me.
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If it's easy, TEACH ME!

Find the volume of the solid obtained by rotating the region bounded by the given curves about the specified axis.

Y= Square Root of (x-2), X=3, X=8, Y=0; about the X-axis.

I get 76.39 finding the intergral from 3-8. The 'solution' I get say's I should evaluate the intergral from 3-6. Why not 3-8? They solve from 3-6 and get 54.98? I'm confused. This is the only one where they change the limit's of intergration on me.

Suman Hameed was my Cal I teacher. "HICK" is how he pronounced the letter 'h'. He could barely speak english. Cal II I have a better teacher.
Not sure where the limits of 3 -> 6 come from (if they're hand-written 'solutions' from a TA/professor, etc., then it's either sloppy writing or a 'typo'), but the answer is most certainly 35π/2 ~= 54.98. If you need it written out, I can give it to you.
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Not sure where the limits of 3 -> 6 come from (if they're hand-written 'solutions' from a TA/professor, etc., then it's either sloppy writing or a 'typo'), but the answer is most certainly 35π/2 ~= 54.98. If you need it written out, I can give it to you.
Yes, Please. Are you saying the correct answer is 54.98? Thanks for any help.
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yep, going to have to get philip to open a sub forum under bs for calculus tutoring.

Richard: if your good at calculus your my new best friend.
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Yes, Please. Are you saying the correct answer is 54.98? Thanks for any help.
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richard is a calculus expert (and speaks five languages, including his own dialect of english used here on this forum)
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Here you go
Thanks. I reworked the problem before my cal class and got the right answer. I forgot to distribute the pie and also made a sign error on my first attempt. I asked the teacher and she verified that it should be 3-8 and that 3-6 was a typo.
I got to take my time and work slowly so I'll quite making simple mistakes. I guess I understand how to do it, but I'm not competant enough to work them out without showing every step and going back and checking myself to make sure I didn't make a simple mistake.

Richard is a calculus expert? Hey Richard, I'll rewire your car if you teach me Calculus. I'll even stop harassing you about FMICs. I got a test thursday and I'm hoping to do well instead of failing it like my last test.
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i went to a meeting at 10 for some field work, finished at noon, went back to the hotel, watched some TV, then the gym. Now I'm thinking about taking the hard-top off and going for a spin.
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richard is a calculus expert (and speaks five languages, including his own dialect of english used here on this forum)
I wish but sadly calc pwns me and i only speek 3 languages proper english, the stuff you guys see, and german. :gay:
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ze germanz are comingz!

i'm slammed today. cuz god's punishing me for posting this thread on Monday... f me.
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