Starting off this week, the first test in Calculus. All about limits, laws, proofs, and continuity.

Next on the agenda (Thursday), Probability and Statistics. Let’s just say that I love statistics and hate probability; of course the bulk of this semester will be an in-depth exploration of probability. Here’s a little taste via an example in class:

There are 3 rooms. You are placed in one of them. The chance of you being placed in a room has different probabilities. Now, in the room, there is a coin. Of course, there are different probabilities for each room that you will toss a head. Based on these “facts”, what is the probability that you are in Room #1?

I walk out of that class dizzy.

The good news is that I cannot, yet, calculate the probability that I have reached my own personal limit. In fact, all I can see is a line that stretches out to ~~infinity~~ some point that cannot be defined. Ach spfft!

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