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So Northrop Grumman just called me and asked me to re-email them my resume and transcript that is updated for this year because they want to interview me. But the fucking bitch I'm talking to is a worthless cunt. I attached the files like she asked in .pdf form. Apparently they can't download .pdfs or something from emails. Retarded ya? She tells me to use .ngpdf. I'm thinking WTF is this file extension? So I just put it in my dropbox and send her a link. Here is her reply: >Hi Stephen, I cannot access dropbox via NG network. Rename the extension of your document with .ngpdf (i.e. firstname_lastname_Resume.ngpdf) then send it to me. >Please send me your resume, prescreen and transcripts so I may submit you for consideration to my hiring manager. Seriously this shit could not be more dumb. She won't fucking tell me how to get the file with that file extension and google returned nothing valuable either. I'm considering not actually going through with applying to them if there company is so fucked up they cannot receive .pdfs or explain how to people how to get the file extension they want. Fuck I just want to rage.
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trying to download the cd rom for c++ for dummies 5th edition. anyone have it or know where to find it? google was no help
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Tell me /sci/ without any emotional bias: Which degrees are shit tier Which degrees are god tier And I know that mathematics and science knowledge are ALWAYS god tier, which surprises me to some extent. For example, I recently learned econ majors are not doing so well in today's market, I always thought that economics required a broad understanding of mathematics, mainly game theory, but recently learned that is not the case. Medical majors also do not require that much math, which is why more engineering BS's are getting into medical schools these days then pre-med majors. They do better on the MCATs

What the fuck is variance used for?

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Hey /sci/, I'm in a probability and statistics class up in Uni. Right now we're working with mean, variance, and standard distribution. I understand the idea of a mean just fine because I've been working with it pretty much all my fucking life. Roll a d6, mean value is 3.5, meaning in the long run if I roll billions and billions of dice, half will be above 3.5 and half will be below. I can also understand standard deviation to a point, it's the average distance for any of those points in the data set from the mean. So where 1 is 2.5 away from the mean, 2 is 1.5 and 3 is 0.5 (and in reverse order of the aforementioned for 4, 5, and 6), the average of those values is 1.5. Easy shit, I can see the usage for either... But all I know of variance is how to calculate it. What the gog damned fuck am I supposed to use it for though?

How do you condition your brain to love studying?

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How do you condition your brain to release dopamine when you see study math or biochemistry? Why am I motivated to visit 4chan and am not motivated to study and improve myself? How can I condition my brain to associate extreme pleasure with studying math and science, and extreme pain with idling away time on the internet?
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Hey /sci/ Wondering if anyone has a pdf of this book Bekefi and Barrett. Electromagnetic Vibrations, Waves and Radiation
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If M is a Riemannian manifold and F:M\to M an isometry show that every component of X=\{x\in M: F(x)=x\} is a submanifold of the manifold M and is totally geodesic. How do I do this?
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/sci/ explain to me how the big ban theory works, most importantly, how was matter ever created? does everything need to be created or was it just there?
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Does /sci/ have any recommendations on good books for ultrasonics and general studies solely on frequency?
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http://www.foxnews.com/science/2013/02/03/is-scientific-genius-extinct/ So according to foxnews there won't be any more persons akin to Einstein
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"A $1.6 billion supercomputer will soon be constructed by a group of international researchers. The build will be part of the Human Brain Project and will be constructed over the next ten years. The project hopes to simulate the human brain with the help of scientists from various disciplines. Scientists hope to map more than one hundred billion neuronal connections that create our emotions, thoughts and even our very consciousness." http://www.inquisitr.com/507700/supercomputer-project-will-spend-1-6-billion-attempt-to-simulate-human-brain/#Q8Gyzc0RQCVAo7k1.99 What are your predictions on this /sci/?
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Science Retards
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By the year 2038 we will run out of SI prefixes for this. What do?
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Can i still science even if i'm braindead?
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How much harder is Organic Chemistry than Gen Chem 2?
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question: digital fab material question: Is there a type of wire/thread/thin fiber that stiffens in response to a condition like being heated/cooled and retains that quality at room temperature? the idea would be that after a process of stretching around a frame with pegs/weaving it could be kept somewhat rigid and removed from the frame.


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Guys, i need to find out values of currents I4, I5 and I6. Conductive voltage on D5 is 0,6[V] and barrier on D6 is 5,6[V]. Help :D
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"Using partial fractions and complete the square..." I can do both partial fractions and completeing the square but I dont know how to combine the two to solve pic related. This is part of a Laplace initial value problem Any pointers / which direction should I start it in?
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Good Evening /sci/ i have a few questions: >Which neuro enhacement medication did you take? >why? >benefits >downsides >would you take it again?
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Any thoughts on the golden ratio, /sci/?

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