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Back from the wilds of central Nevada. I managed to acquire a bit of a sunburn over the first three days, and then a bit of frostbite over then next three days. So, pretty much your standard spring camping at 7400 feet. Tried one of those thick air mattresses in the tent this year, and my god it made such a difference. It was still uber cold, but not sleeping directly on the ground made it instantly better. When I left Monday there was a fresh coating of snow on everything, so I figure I got out just in time.

I've started up this summer math class, having managed up until now to miss the part where it's an entire trig course, including polar somethings, in six weeks. I'm thinking I could have thought that one through more when registering =(

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bobgenghiskhan
Jun. 1st, 2011 11:25 pm (UTC)
polar coordinates?
aniaj
Jun. 1st, 2011 11:27 pm (UTC)
...sure...that.
bobgenghiskhan
Jun. 1st, 2011 11:28 pm (UTC)
Polar Coordinates

Many systems and styles of measure are in common use today. When graphing on a flat surface, the rectangular coordinate system and the polar coordinate system are the two most popular methods for drawing the graphs of relations. Polar coordinates are best used when periodic functions are considered. Although either system can usually be used, polar coordinates are especially useful under certain conditions.
veijukka
Jun. 2nd, 2011 12:08 am (UTC)
You'll like trig...you can see it. It's not so abstract.

Glad you didn't freeze. Gwen has outgrown her winter coat and Rhiannon her boots, so we (watching the weather report) decided to stay home. Next year I'm coming, though...even if only by myself.
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