Engineers, please teach me some maths??

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Subject: Engineers, please teach me some maths??
I don´t get the first lecture already, can you please teach me?

http://ocw.mit.edu/NR/rdonlyres/Economics/14-04Fall2003/FCDA3F8A-2940-4515-8E6F-1E3020F91188/0/technology.pdf

LOLOLOL.

[23-08-2006,00:49]
Anonymous
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it´s an arts course, so i bet you all can "OWN" the course easily.
[23-08-2006,00:49]
Anonymous
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http://ocw.mit.edu/NR/rdonlyres/Economics/14-04Fall2003/FDC8A47D-6ED0-49A6-86B2-EE48308C151A/0/uncertainty.pdf

this too, I think this is a bit easier.

[23-08-2006,00:51]
Anonymous
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wow you guys must be really smart to go to MIT
[23-08-2006,01:26]
Anonymous
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wow you guys must be really smart to go to engineering in Canada.

can you tell me what is the derivatives of U = 2x?

HAHAHAH.

[23-08-2006,01:27]
Anonymous
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You guys are desperate, you dont see me saying hey..!!! come and write this open book engineering test from MIT at elevin at night with no book!!!
[23-08-2006,01:30]
Anonymous
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dU/dY = you will never get a good job with your shitty life science so go kill yourself
[23-08-2006,01:31]
Anonymous
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you´ll never earn anything higher than 80k/yr or get laid for your whole life.

now go masterbate and kill yourself.

[23-08-2006,01:39]
Anonymous
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funny.. considering 30% of ALL engineers including EIT´s are making over 100K/yr.. to not make 100K i would have to be a horrible engineer
[23-08-2006,01:47]
Anonymous
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^ I remebered you said you barely made it through your engineering program.

So does that make you a bad engineer?

haha

[23-08-2006,01:49]
Anonymous
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not necessarily... the difference between an 80% and a 65% average engineer really isnt very much.. all engineers who graduate knwo the math and science required to be an engineer, its other things that set us apart: communication skills, creativity, ability to suck up the your boss(once you hit a certain level its all politics)
[23-08-2006,02:03]
Anonymous
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I´m not sure if Mr. Engineer here did the correct math, but 70% is the majority and that means according to his logic, the majority of the engineers are horrible engineers.

And Mr. Engineer here thinks being in the bottom of his class still makes him one of those 30%?

I guess the claim that the talents in most engineering programs in Canada is consistant/poor is actually true. People who can´t make it to top business or science programs go for engineering (provided they still get their 75% in their asian 6 paks).

Good luck to the future of Canada.

[23-08-2006,02:18]
Anonymous
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Im not sure if you understood me correctly... 30% OF ALL ENGINEERING GRADUATES MAKE 100K/yr, the odds of any engineer not making 100K/yr by the time they are in their 50s is very low
[23-08-2006,08:41]
Anonymous



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