Math Monday! Another problem set, this one is evaluating expressions using powers of 10. You can find it here.
Once we get past the more fundamental math we’ll get into trig, vector analysis, calculus, then linear algebra … maybe tensors if I get that deep into the physics.
As always, if there’s a particular topic for which you’d like to see a set of solved problems, let me know. You can write me at: firstname.lastname@example.org .
And remember, it’s not about knowing the numerical value of the cube root of 25, or being able to solve a second order equation for x in your head. It’s about learning the problem solving techniques (your tool kit) which you’ll carry with you for an awfully long time. It’s your future … arrive ready.