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February 26, 2006

Afternoon in the Workroom

Just spent this afternoon going over some assignment qustions in the Maths undergraduate workroom. This is the photo John insisted in taking of me after my half of the proof. It was originally censored to avoid other people copying it (and thus keeping me out of trouble!).

Me and my proof

Doesn't time fly?

I can't believe that we've now only got 2 weeks left until the Easter holidays. Seriously, where has this term gone? Only seems 2 minutes ago that I stepped off the train at Coventry station carrying half the contents of my room!

I'll be especially glad for a break now, seeing as our assignments seem to be getting steadily worse, and ever increasing in number! Just realised that next weekend, we'll have assignments for Geometry and Motion, Linear Algebra, Analysis and Maths by Computer, and, as if that wasn't enough, we'll have to be swatting for the mini-probability B test we have a week on Wednesday. Us poor mathematicians get no rest, it seems….

However, Easter holidays means one thing – exams soon – and I was informed that in the first week back we have our Mechanics A exam, which is scary seeing as bits of it were complete gibberish to me, despite the fact that Dave Wood told us all it was easy! That's the last time I take such advice from him!

Anyway, looks like next week is going to be one fun filled week!

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