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Spencer Korman, Modeling, Intro. Lab
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Here are some sentences! This program makes me think of having to do R in Multivariate Statistics last semester. I always enjoyed formulas with Greek letters, like $z=(x-\mu)/\sigma$. That's a z-score. But let's move onto calc. Here's the first fundamental theorem:
\begin{equation}
\int_{a}^{b} f(x) dx=F(b)-F(a)
\label{inteqn}
\end{equation}
Calc was a good time, except for Maple! That was a little nightmarish, if I must be honest. Like, I wouldn't even know where to begin entering something like (\ref{inteqn}) in there!
Wow, it is {\bf HOT} in here! Thank goodness I live at home, because I hear the dorms are {\em extremely} hot.
This is the room I took Linear Algebra in, so let me recall a formula from that:
\begin{equation}
\Arrowvert \overrightarrow{v} \Arrowvert = \sqrt{i^{2}+j^{2}+k^{2}}
\label{mageqn}
\end{equation}
Ah, the memories!
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\bibitem{korm} S. Korman, How to Survive Math Programming, {\em Juniata Survival Guide.} {\bf 1} (2018),
100-250.
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