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Self study curriculum

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I have medical problems that prevent me from going to college so i'd like to study towards becoming a mathematician at home. Current my curriculum is Basic Mathematics Serge Lang Apostol Calculus 1 Apostol Calculus 2 Gilbert Strang Linear Algebra(with the video lectures) How to prove it a structured approach Are there any improvements or additions that you guys can recommend? I'd hate to spend a shitload of hours on something when there's a better option.


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>freshman pure math >I counted from the first day, as I've heard the memes countless times, and it was literally 50% male, 50% female. It was almost amazing how there were exactly as many men as there were women. >just 3 weeks have passed since the first day of the semester >Since monday 2 girls suddenly disappeared but obviously I just assumed they were sick or something. >Today our calculus professor tells us that both girls literally just dropped out >One transferred to liberal arts, the other to business administration >This is where the 'no womyn in STEM! Therefore STEM is sexist!' meme comes from >Women literally can't handle it >That is somehow our fault. Oficially the mathematics department in my university is sexist, as there are now more men than women. Anyone got similar experiences, regardless of what you are majoring in? Maybe this is just a one time thing and STEM is actually sexist, who knows?
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I am taking an intro to physics class, physics 101 essentially, the professor is a goddamn nincompoop. He doesn't know anything, it's so sad and pathetic can someone here help me on my journey of discovery. Can someone here on /sci/ help a anon out. I am a biochemist and I have never taken a single physics class not even in high school.
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I believe that anybody who is truly intelligent will inevitably come to the logical conclusion that their life is completely meaningless, and thus they would always end their life before they could ever contribute anything to science. So, does science actually have any truly intelligent contributors? Are the truly intelligent people of the world all dead?
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I would like to study math here following my undergrad. I plan on not taking the entrance exam, and instead applying with the personal package. I am currently enrolled in an honours math program at a top 15 university. I have 3.95/4.00 GPA and pretty extensive research experience+publications. What mathematics topics are necessary? What else can I do to beef up my application? Do I even stand a remote chance of getting an interview? To keep it /sci/ related, also general discussion of the entrance exam. Here's a sample exam: http://www.ens.fr/IMG/file/concours/2014/BCPST/14_sujet_bcpst_math.pdf

Nuclear Energy Economy

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How feasible /sci/?

What does /sci/ thinks of learning calculus in khan academy?

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If you have a different recommendation be free to share
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Daily reminder that no mathematician took negative numbers seriously until like 300 years ago Negative numbers are fucking absurd though, and that was a mistake No one has -3000 money, you owe 3000 money Anyone who thinks negative numbers aren't absurd is welcome to draw a picture of -4 sheep to prove me wrong
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Will we ever see a man on Mars in our lifetime?
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/sci/ why do engineers make a fuss about Fluid Dynamics? Is it that hard? > Senior CS here
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Why do most talented scientist/mathematician either end up single or married but unhappy? Even people like Einstein, John Von Newmann ended up divorced at least once. The godfather of deep learning, 60+ in age, Geoffrey Hinton doesn't even marry. Is it because of women are a hinder for them in general, or is it just because their husbands are just nerds who don't know how to please a woman? I have heard story about scientists like Einstein neglect his wife all the time because he dedicated too much time for science. Anyway, Alan Turing doesn't apply here because you know why.
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Hey /sci/ I dropped out of high school at 16, been a NEET for 5 years now I wanna get back on track with my education but I don't really know where to start I'm really interested in a STEM career, but I was always more of a biologyfag than a hard sciences guy Can you guys help me out?
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What foodchain would take 500 years to reach humans?

Economics thread.

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What does /sci/ think of Economics? Is it an actually useful science? Or a bunch of inaccurate theories that hold no predictive power? What about its value as a piece of mathematics?
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Why haven't you looked over Newton's handwritten notes in Cambridge's online collection /sci/? Or do you prefer Leibniz?
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>fall hard for the STEM meme >get a EECS degree from MIT with a 3.6 GPA >no jobs available anywhere after graduation >all my friends pull 6 figures from a liberal arts degree

Ants Fall

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How high would an ant have to fall to die? To human scale?


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Why the fuck do people still use this shitty language? Why hasn't python been adopted? Why is this a major part of every engineering curriculum instead of a simple language like python that actually makes sense and is more flexible? Is Mathworks paying people to stay alive? >num2mat People are actually coding full projects in this bullshit. Can you really even call being proficient at MATLAB a skill?
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> Gauss works with complex numbers, topology, differential geometery > century passes > peano fucks around with goddamn arithmetic > barely even multiplication, let alone subtraction or division > only works on extremely limited set, fuck complex, fuck transcendental, fuck irrational, fuck negatives, fuck even fractions! > treated on the same level as Gauss by some Seriously, his proofs are beyond retarded, using that S(n) notation as if it has any use whatsoever. No, 3 isn't a thing, it's S(S(S(0)))! We all know people are going to write it as S^3(0), then eventually just 3. And goddamn, it's not like we fucking needed to know what 3 was! This dumbass is like the SJW of math, tittering around about stupid insignificant shit that has no usefulness in society, when people are already light years ahead. Sorry peano, maybe if you were in the stone age, you could have been useful, when we couldn't fucking count the layers of shit in our matted asshole hair without your S notation, but we are way beyond that.

Ghost Poop

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Sometimes, when you poop, you wipe it and there's nothing on the paper, and that's the absolute best feeling you could ever have. I wanna know what causes ghost poops. I wanna have more of them! A lot! Tell me! Is it a low carbohydrate diet? Does it have anything to do with fibers? Which fibers are the best for ghost poops? How does this whole thing works? I suppose fermentation makes your poop messy, is that it? PLEASE HELP ME GET TO THE BOTTOM OF THIS

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