Also, Congrats Xeda and Jonbush

]]>As for my "feeble mind", Learning is a process. You cannot tell me you mastered all of calculus in a day. When you say that number theory and reduced row echleon form went "over my head", you are neglecting that you do not know what topics I have or have not studied. You do not know my potential, so you cannot legitamitely tell me that I "[was] never made for such higher level thought". A forums collective intelectual level is not represented by any single person; this is obvious when you notive the word **collective**. For soneone who calls themself an intellectual, you seem to overlook many things.

Myles, Calculus doesnt actually require a calculator. Integrals and derivatives are all algebraic manipulation, and then to solve it is substitution. It does get a bit tricky to do anything with more than a power higher than a cubic; and the trig functions sometimes are tricky although the problems are usually formulated such that the answers to the trig functions can be obtained from the unit circle (which we were required to memorize in high school pre-calc). I have conpleted calculus 1 and 2 and will be completing calculus 3, calculus 4, and differential equations next year.

Battlesquid, thanks for the cheers! Cheers mate!

]]>@Trenly, gosh, it must be horrible to take math classes without even a scientific calculator. How are you going to get through calculus?

]]>It also helps that I get email updates to my phone about every page edit and forum post so I can monitor the site in real-time— that is, when I even remember to have my phone with me. This does include the trollwork of thel Vadamee/TI-Basic Dude.

]]>If you're going to get a Nspire, you should get it now ('cause I heard it makes college easier?), or learn C/Lua/Assembly (either one). BASIC on the Nspire is really poor, especially with the I/O; it's super hard to make games, it's more for math programs (but TI-BASIC is easier to learn and can do quite a lot in my opinion). But maybe you'll be the first one to get around it…you never know! :)

]]>I hope that I'll still have time in college/after college for TI-Basic!

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