15 August 2006

A Sleeping Second Day

This morning's lecture, set in the small cosy seminar room of S9A-02-01, was attended by thirteen students, not too far from the fourteen in the class roster. Techniques in Advanced Calculus is one module that maths majors cannot take, which leaves it open to other majors like me from physics and others from computing.

A general glance told me that this module is more like a build up from the calculus part of MA1505, but, perhaps due to the long day yesterday and the early morning hours together with the drone of the lecturer, I couldn't really quite focus on what he had to L'Hopital's Rule and Infinite Series. Nonetheless, I'm pretty certain I've studied it at one point of my life.

Well, the morning of the second day into the term, I've already had all the first lectures for my modules. Kinda weird...

3 comments:

Currytan said...

Hey pandy, is MA1506 a preclusion of Advanced Calculus?

Pandemonium said...

Ya, seems to be so...

Currytan said...

Ah dang! Heh thks. =)