Monthly Archives: July 2013

Welcome to KCC. Summer Session 2: Math 140 – Trig and Analyt

I’m taking Trigonometry and analytical geometry at KCC this summer during the second session of summer school. My professor, (Kadala) is a physics professor, and also a mathematician. He has an interesting way of graphing sine and cosine along the … Continue reading

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I’ll be honest. This post is incredibly boring, I’d bet, to anyone but me.

The chemistry 161 students I mentored for all of summer session I, are going to take their final exam in about 9 hours. I wish the entire class luck, regardless of whether or not they attended PLUS sessions. On Monday, … Continue reading

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Things I will miss that made summer 2013 one of the best of my life.

A random picture just cause I feel long posts require pictures. Today, was my last PLUS session with the Chem 161 students. There were 6 of them today. Their final is on Friday, following the 4th of July holiday. I … Continue reading

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Friday 5 for June 28: Austerity

The questions When you have to cut back on spending for a time, what are the niceties you’re least likely to give up even though you could (or should)? In leaner times, what are your go-to “famine foods?” How do … Continue reading

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