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SCS last won the day on April 13 2015

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  1. Oh, hello, SCS, how are you?

    1. SCS


      hi :D im good thanks, how are you?

    2. Nightfall Gloam

      Nightfall Gloam

      I've been getting better. Decided to come back to the forums last year, also saw that you visited my profile more recently and thought I'd say hi :)

  2. Hey man, hows it going? Its been a long time, and I hope things are going well for you.

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    2. UltimateGhost3


      I'm doing alright :) It's really good to see you again!

    3. SCS


      thanks so much, it's great to see you too :D

    4. UltimateGhost3


      You have no idea how much nostalgia just seeing you brings to me. :squee: I miss those days, just a bit. :twi: I hope things go good for you in your life SCS, because i certainly hope it does :orly:

  3. Happy birthday, SCS! I hope it's been going great :yay: 

  4. Happy Birthday to you, Commander! I hope it's a good one. :D


  5. Happy birthday man! ^^

  6. Happy birthday (:

  7. Happy birthday, SCS!

  8. Happy Birthday!

  9. Oh, Happy Birthday, old friend! :D ~Allen

  10. Homework Help

    Thank you so much, Jeric, I really appreciate your kind words. I think I may have mentioned topology in our discussions in the past -- that branch of mathematics has long held a particular intrigue for me. That's very kind of you, thank you. If I can ever be of help with trigonometry or anything else, please always feel free to send me a message about it and I will gladly do all I can to help. Regarding the differential equations topics you mentioned, I have had a decent amount of exposure to them but those are among the most challenging concepts for me personally in the study of elementary differential equations. Admittedly, while I have out of interest looked at 3rd order and higher ordinary differential equations, I have little to no experience attempting to solve them. I do have some experience with change of variables, power series methods and ODEs with non-constant coefficients, but these were topics I learned toward the tail end of the class I took and among some of the most challenging. Please feel free to PM me any time if you would like assistance with any problems or these topics in general, and I will gladly do so -- I may just need to review the subject further and do a couple practice problems just to make sure my understanding is sufficient. In regard to tensors -- they are definitely an advanced topic. I don't know what level they are introduced in a physics or engineering class setting, but in regard to approaching them from a more purely mathematical angle they are typically omitted from first courses in modern algebra or related subjects, unless you're taking a very advanced first course. I would recommend studying linear algebra first, at minimum. Possibly some abstract algebra as well. I have read about tensors out of interest, but my mathematical maturity isn't at a point yet where I'm able to fully understand what I'm reading. The main thing I've gotten out of it so far is that they build on more fundamental notions of vectors and scalars and allow for deeper study and generalizations.
  11. Boop

    1. SCS


      Hi Lavo :D how are things?

    2. Lavo


      1 week andjustafewdays later

      All good, how about yourself?

  12. Wuss guuud, B? 

    1. SCS


      hey man :D how's it going?

    2. Azul Maya

      Azul Maya

      Not bad, mate. Poppin' fresh memes... You know how we do! :orly:

      How're you? :fluttershy: