How were you building the adder?
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Gaussian elimination is no problem, trying to figure out an algorithm for doing it on the pc systematically and itelligently is another story. But today we went over soultion sets of linear systems, parametric vector form, and linear dependence/independence. Some boring stuff to hear for a 3 hour time span.
"only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and im not sure about the former." - albert einstein
Commander, how does a guy become the VP of a school if he's like that... don't people vote?
I had my last final, and I learned that I can not ace them all Seriously, got 40/41 and was frustrated with that cause I knew the answer... oh well, can't win them all. Weiredest thing, i do not really want to leave the school just yet (taking summer quarter off). Found out that sometimes the instructors can be pretty cool, and I happened to be one of the lucky ones to get one.
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Only homos and chicks run for office in High School, so you don't have much of a choice. There are very few exceptions. And gay people are good at that kind of stuff.Commander, how does a guy become the VP of a school if he's like that... don't people vote?
> How were you building the adder?
We programmed a GAL16V8D25LP with ABEL and used various other ICs to complete the circuit - I think we had a couple 377s, a 7408, a 7404 (to buffer the clock), a 150-something and one other chip. The code was right - I think it was just going to be a matter of ripping out this horrendous circuit and debugging it in about an hour and a half - not gonna happen.
I learned that the only difference between High School and Jail is that they have to convict you to send you to jail. Oh well, one more day then summer
"To me the worst thing seems to be a school principally to work with methods of fear, force and artificial authority. Such treatment destroys the sound sentiments, the sincerity and the self-confidence of pupils and produces a subservient subject."
if i PRETENDED to be at school.......i learnt JACK ...........
i have learnt that UNI cannot be completed whilst earning a full time wage however...
and also that one should never mess with ones C++ teacher as she is MEAN.(however you learn lots!)
Such is life.
Because all the girls he hangs around with voted for him, i doubt a single guy voted for him, thank goodness he didn't get elected this time!!!!!!Originally posted by dbaryl
Commander, how does a guy become the VP of a school if he's like that... don't people vote?Well, you r half right! most of the ppl that run r not straight! but this year we have a VP who is not gay...there was another guy trying out for president(i thought he was gay so i didn't vote for him). 1 in 10 ppl r gay!!!!!!Originally posted by tim545666
Only homos and chicks run for office in High School, so you don't have much of a choice. There are very few exceptions. And gay people are good at that kind of stuff.
oh i'm sorry! i didn;t realize my fist was rushing to meet ur face!
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>Only homos and chicks run for office in High School, so you don't have much of a choice. There are very few exceptions. And gay people are good at that kind of stuff.
/me waits for relevant, sane argument.
WTF's wrong with you, tim?
>What did everyone else learn?
My teacher's family... and organic chem...
I learnt that you should always look out for people who try to throw things around/at others, because you don't have a built-in radar...
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