May 12, 2005


I have 3 seperate sources of notes for my revision of Algebra 2. The notes I made myself during lectures, although these probably have a stupid amount of errors and gaps because half the time we couldn't read a work that was being written, then there is the set of printed notes for the course, and the revision guide. Great. Surely from these three there must be more than enough material to be able to work out exactly what is going on…

Wrong. The problem is that all three seem to be telling me different things!! Some of the time it is obvious which is right, ie when my notes say A=>B, when it's clearly the other way round, but there are other times when i've got no idea what he was trying to do. It doesn't help also that all three sets of notes are in a different order, so the challenge half the time is working out which bits of the notes correspond to each other!! It's all getting a bit confusing.

On a brighter note, i'm going to have a look at applied analysis tomorrow…....

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  1. Random commenter

    mwah ha ha ha ha! So much for you not having random people comment on ur blog! I have struck!! …or is that stricken…I don't know. I'm drunk, it doesn't matter much.

    14 May 2005, 03:34

  2. mystery pesterer

    Oi ! la baguette ! what is black and sits at the top of the stairs ?

    18 May 2005, 14:28

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