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Default 04-15-2010, 05:43 PM

Originally Posted by Niteshifter View Post
I probably would have done that too but my physics was in the second semester and differential/integral calculus was in the first .

I do defy my teacher in calculus by making my own programs to solve things for me ie: a program that automatically does the chain rule. What's funnier is I use a Casio and everyone else uses a TI-83/84, so neither he nor anyone else can try and link it to get the program (nor do they know how to delete it ).

nnnooooo! to many big words
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Default 04-26-2010, 07:54 PM

You know you guys make me feel very dumb at yet, very smart at the same time. I'm in seventh grade right now and i am making games with the same program at highschoolers/university kids. But i dont really get what you are saying although i am following. Somewhat.

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Default awesome! - 12-29-2011, 11:04 PM

i was looking for a better way to control the acceleration characteristics for an flight "sim" i am building. This method works B-E-A Utifully for me. a few minor tweaks for deceleration and it handles great, thx a lot!
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Default 12-29-2011, 11:29 PM

Ha. AP Physics. They say Calculus helps with Physics but it seems to be the other way around.
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