GravityTracker17 karma2017-12-11 18:26:28 UTC
Hi, I have a degree in Computer Science, and I didn't hate math, but I wasn't very good at it. I think most of my issues stemmed from having errors in my work, as opposed to not understanding concepts. In programming, a lot of error get caught by the IDE (intellisense) or compiler.
My question is, do you think there is a need in teaching/learning math that relies more on concepts and letting software do the 'plug and chug' and making sure the calculations are error free?
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GravityTracker2 karma2016-08-15 18:24:08 UTC
I once heard that The West called the Soviets "socialists" so they could say how bad socialism is, and the Soviets called themselves "socialists" to justify their actions. How does that strike you?
GravityTracker1 karma2018-11-09 17:55:12 UTC
I feel like this is the beginning. This is the Beginning of the rest of the future now and from now on there will simply be all these robots walking around. Feeling nothing, thinking nothing, and there will be nobody left almost to remind them that there once a species called a human being, with feelings and thoughts. And that history and memory are right now being erased and soon nobody will really remember that life existed on the planet. Do you feel that way too?
GravityTracker1 karma2019-05-12 15:58:10 UTC
What song do you like better: Dream Warriors by Dokken, or Silent Lucidity by Queensryche?
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