Having spent the last two years calculating lengthy and complicated-ass derivatives, integrals, and whatnot (often with 3 or more variables), it feels good to tackle basic/easy calculus problems, for once.  Thank you, Economics.

Then again, everything is relative.  What’s considered “basic” now is often harder than anything I’ve done in high school.

Ah, the life of a math/econ major.

On a side note, the “lonely” at Gardenia is fucking boring.  I’ve been sitting here deriving these econ theorems for the past two hours.  Then again, my final is in 2 weeks, so might as well start preparing now.

Having spent the last two years calculating lengthy and complicated-ass derivatives, integrals, and whatnot (often with 3 or more variables), it feels good to tackle basic/easy calculus problems, for once. Thank you, Economics.

Then again, everything is relative. What’s considered “basic” now is often harder than anything I’ve done in high school.

Ah, the life of a math/econ major.

On a side note, the “lonely” at Gardenia is fucking boring. I’ve been sitting here deriving these econ theorems for the past two hours. Then again, my final is in 2 weeks, so might as well start preparing now.