petriomelony3 karma2020-01-04 22:37:49 UTC
Not OP but I am a math teacher. I recommend using Khan Academy, and to start with the basics. If you can master basic operations and algebra, you'll know enough math for programming.
Things like ratios, fractions, decimals, percentages get used in a more advanced sense if you're working on layouts and stuff, but just to understand variables and loops, I think algebra is enough.
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petriomelony2 karma2017-01-23 15:59:24 UTC
depends on how detailed they want the show to be. some GPS systems are accurate to a few feet, others are out by metres. also GPS reception indoors can be an issue.
petriomelony2 karma2016-03-13 10:39:24 UTC
I dunno, I like to think I care about my local and national politics, but I've never really researched much about China or these events. Read about the Tiananmen square massacre in high school civics, but there was no depth to it, never got into the reasons or anything. Plus my parents are from China/HK, but they would have just moved to Canada at the start of said cultural revolution so they've never really mentioned anything about it either.
petriomelony1 karma2020-01-05 02:25:57 UTC
Thanks! that's good to know :)
petriomelony1 karma2020-01-04 22:44:12 UTC
I have a few questions about the app's functionality, as I started using it but could not find a way to do the following:
Is there a way to delete goals? So far I have found I can edit the photo/comment for today's Todo, and alter the notification schedule for a goal, but cannot delete it.
Is there a way to edit the frequency of a todo? This is why I wanted to delete the goal in the first place, I set the wrong frequency but there is no way to change it. Now it is stuck at 1/4 and I want it to be out of 5.
How do you tell the app if you actually did the Todo or not? Does it always assume that the Todo was completed?
Thanks for making and releasing this app :)
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