Every week is a struggle in maintaining a well spent schedule.
From writing lab reports in no-signal labs to solving differential equations on a friday night…
I am consistently busy.
Right now, I am taking a break from getting every question wrong on my practice exam in preparation for the real exam on tuesday (which was a surprise for the entire class as the professor had been gone for 2 weeks) to distract myself with tumblr or something mind-wiping for a bit.
I have a Statics exam next week which requires me to have a magnificent understanding of FREE BODY DIAGRAMS in both 2D and 3D. It’s a test of geometry skills and it can get pretty confusing as the number of forces involved are more than 3.
I now have two jobs - together making an average of 10 hours of work. One, as a peer mentor for an Mechanical Engineering Class; and two, as a ME office assistant. Both of which are not too difficult to do.
Although, what really is difficult is the ridiculous Physics 3 Lab, where it tries to summarize all of physics into a lab semester. As a result, we’ve been working on radioactivity, making graphs, and other random labs. The report are extensive and time-consuming.
That is an update for now…going back and doing math…
hopefully…i get at least one question right… ;_;
“using the exactness method of differentiating equations, solve:
ye^(xy)dx + xe^(xy)dy = 0
where M(x,y) = ye^(xy); N(x,y) = xe^(xy)
solve for the arbituary constant and make the result in explicit form”