#### abraker wrote:

algebra 3 is linear algebra I thinkIt's kind of a big leap going from basic exponential functions in Algebra 2 to learning about eigenvectors in Linear Algebra, don't you think?

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#### abraker wrote:

#### johnmedina999 wrote:

i think.
#### keremal wrote:

Find the cross sectional area between

-1 < i*sin(t) - j*(t - 1) + k*cos(t) < 1 and -1 < i*2t - j*t + k*2 < 1
I can report that I am alive and ready to shitpost more than ever, after I’ve slept a ton and eaten actual food

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school, music production, miserably failing at what i aspire to do, and the like.

i'm also likely moving back with my mom again for the weekend.

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i'm tired as hell.
going to be drinking sparkling grape juice, watching movies, playing osu!, working with osu! pp formula, and all that fun jazz this weekend
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Joined **October 2016**

algebra 3 is linear algebra I thinkIt's kind of a big leap going from basic exponential functions in Algebra 2 to learning about eigenvectors in Linear Algebra, don't you think?

Joined **July 2014**

ok looked it up, I thought wrong

all my linear confidence folded into a sinusoidal doubtfulness.

all my linear confidence folded into a sinusoidal doubtfulness.

Algebra 3??? What is this magical class that I never took?algebra 3 begins with linear functions, i.e quadratics and directrixes and focuses, but then it starts to explore on those quadratic functions and explain how some values can be graphed using different methods, but then those methods have some gimmicks inside of them that aren't essentially related to quadratics anymore, but are still considered algebraic values.

i think.

Joined **October 2016**

algebra 3 begins with linear functions, i.e quadratics and directrixes and focuses, but then it starts to explore on those quadratic functions and explain how some values can be graphed using different methods, but then those methods have some gimmicks inside of them that aren't essentially related to quadratics anymore, but are still considered algebraic values.Conic sections? But isn't that geometry?

i think.

Joined **July 2014**

-1 < i*sin(t) - j*(t - 1) + k*cos(t) < 1 and -1 < i*2t - j*t + k*2 < 1

Joined **December 2014**

OTBC is back in biz

Joined **November 2016**

i'm also likely moving back with my mom again for the weekend.

...great.

i'm tired as hell.

Joined **July 2014**

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Well You know that it is December so.......

TIME TO BEAT THE MEAT

TIME TO BEAT THE MEAT

Joined **November 2014**

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Best Regards,

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