Mathematics At KSU | Campus Tour 2019
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So when you get out of the student center, right next door is the lovely. All math classes on the Marietta canvas take place in here, and I have had my fair share of history in this building, which I will tell you all about it. Just a bunch of classes and we'll show you guys this for quick. This typical math classroom looks like the death supreme tiny, but it gets the job done. The class sizes are typically pretty good for the math classes here against like the bigger classes later and stuff. It's literally just classrooms and teacher offices. So has my back story real quick on my experience in this building. As you guys know, I was mechanical engineering and I'm software engineering. Of course, came all the math and science classes I took five. I took five math classes at pre cow Calculon, cocked to Calcutta. I only need made B's and C's in those classes. Guys, tests in college are really challenging, like it's just that's just the way they make it. So that way you, Khun, study harder stuff so I had steak pre count my first Messer of being here because, uh, it's just the pre record Cal one. I'd recommend taking a math placement test seeking move up sooner. If you guys know too much about Cal, and I mean anything about calculus to do, the people say California's easy and characters where it gets really challenging and they're right. You just take the relatives and stuff and stuff like that and then characters where it gets interesting because it's like home. My God, I got to take a certain sector of this graph like a certain box region and have to calculate the area of, like, the infinite amount of lines and take up. I killed two is by far like I'd say, top two top three hardest courses I've ever taken in college. For sure, it's just and it was a good learning curve for me because, like it was the first time we'll be experiencing my true work ethic because guys, fair and square work smart, not hard. The time you put in for each class is the great you get out of it. I'm not saying I spent eight hours studying, so you get a I'm saying work smart and went to the best of your ability to understand each concept and practice them the most you can cause repetition matters, Uh, but not to the point where you're sitting in a library staring at the same book for eight hours because, like, that's just my philosophy is work smart, Not hard, because you can spend eight hours staring at the book. Working problems for eight hours straight has still not getting anything out of it. I've gone out of all my mouth classes very surprisingly, and my professor was not easy either. A lot of people say Cal three is easier than Couch, too, but they're not telling that. Sure, it's it's easy at first, but once you get towards the end of semester. You start doing this really weird stuff called Triple In. It'll still like that. It's like issues so tedious and like my professor wasn't the best. Like, you know, everyone's experience is different, you know, and so well but mind disagree with me. Don't think Al Cleary's easier, but they can think whatever they want yeah, overall, guys, the math classes here are pretty, pretty challenging, of course. You can, but like is interesting because your professor varies as well. You guys the engineering building use Raymond professor dot com rate, my professor dot com. It is definitely the place to be for finding the best professors you need for your success. If you get a bad professor guys, don't let that hold you back. Just go through it because you're not gonna have five star professors throughout your whole college. You're at least going to get that one bad, Professor every school year in general. Lenny Algebra class is interesting because it's all matrix math, and it's it's very different. It's not too bad I'm bites without the summer and summer classes are absolutely a pain, super fast pace and yeah, so All right, we're sitting in front of library now. Let us go take a look at the myriad of campus library guys.