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A high-school sophomore, deeply interested in math


Nov
11
comment Numbers to the Power of Zero
Umm, I mean $n$ does not equal $0$, programming habit -_- And I am not good in TeX
Nov
11
asked Numbers to the Power of Zero
Nov
8
accepted A High-School Freshman's Journey Into Calculus
Nov
8
comment A High-School Freshman's Journey Into Calculus
@ThomasAndrews I go to a Charter school, so not really... And EuYu, I will look into it ^^
Nov
8
comment A High-School Freshman's Journey Into Calculus
Ah, true, I just want to keep myself going in a general direction, making sure I don't completely miss something ^^
Nov
8
comment A High-School Freshman's Journey Into Calculus
Well, I am on a budget of absolutely nothing. I have just a little bit of money at my disposal at the moment, all of which is going towards a new computer to do large calculations on... So I would think to turn to MIT Open Courseware, but I would rather be able to be spontaneous and jump around ;)
Nov
8
revised A High-School Freshman's Journey Into Calculus
Added actual question to top
Nov
8
comment A High-School Freshman's Journey Into Calculus
I actually very much prefer learning at my own pace and on my own, jumping to one thing from the next. Although this strategy will not be a complete learning solution, but it seems it will be the most fun for me, to keep me interested ;)
Nov
8
comment A High-School Freshman's Journey Into Calculus
Is there by chance a free equivalent to that? How about CK-12 Calculus?
Nov
8
comment A High-School Freshman's Journey Into Calculus
With the $2^{x}$, I believe that $d/dx 2^{x}$ would equal $2x^{x-1}$ (I am not good in TeX, how do you make the derivative thingy?)
Nov
8
accepted Complex Numbers in Fractal Algorithms
Nov
8
asked A High-School Freshman's Journey Into Calculus
Sep
20
comment Complex Numbers in Fractal Algorithms
Im no expert, but from what I see in the WP article, a Mandelbrot set would be quite hard for a high-schooler (who hasn't "officially" passed Geometry, but I have dabbled with derivatives ^^) to iterate...
Sep
20
asked Complex Numbers in Fractal Algorithms
Sep
17
comment In Need of Ideas for a Small Fractal Program
Alright, that makes sense, and doesnt seem TOO hard to iterate :) Thank you again Manish ^^
Sep
17
accepted In Need of Ideas for a Small Fractal Program
Sep
14
comment In Need of Ideas for a Small Fractal Program
Okay! :) thank ya :)
Sep
14
awarded  Commentator
Sep
14
comment In Need of Ideas for a Small Fractal Program
Well, I have created a tiny Ruby program that, given the original size of the rectangle and the "decay factor", finds the first 10 iterations of a rectangle getting smaller and smaller...
Sep
14
comment In Need of Ideas for a Small Fractal Program
Skimming, I got as far as "complex quadratic polynomials" o.O