Message from YourFundamentalTheorum in MacGuyver - Skills & Academics #stem


2018-03-07 20:33:14 UTC  

there still is work though, just not boom levels

2018-03-07 20:33:47 UTC  

Is it $120k a year like it was a decade ago?

2018-03-07 20:34:34 UTC  

I'm not considering it, just wondering. I know a lot of guys who made ridiculous money back then

2018-03-07 20:41:59 UTC  

newer engineers aren't making that anymore, senior engineers can make 200-300k still.

2018-03-07 20:43:35 UTC  

my friends who did get oil engineering jobs are making 55 - 75k similar to other engineering fields just out of college

2018-03-07 20:47:36 UTC  

I'm talking roughnecks

2018-03-07 21:01:06 UTC  

41653

2018-03-07 21:32:38 UTC  

Oh, yea close to above number now

2018-03-07 22:33:47 UTC  

That sucks.

2018-03-14 04:31:16 UTC  

Happy Pi Day!

2018-07-09 04:58:36 UTC  

Any of you goys into data mining? I've been fiddling around with R a lot recently.

2018-07-09 12:20:09 UTC  
2018-07-09 18:20:48 UTC  

@ThisIsChris Yeah I structure a lot of unstructured data on the web for economic system research mostly.

2018-07-09 18:21:37 UTC  

Been getting into data science comprehensively lately, I feel like the field is about to blow up.

2018-07-10 12:13:39 UTC  

@Attrition in the desert definitely! What data is it that you are making available and to who?

2018-07-10 16:27:33 UTC  

@ThisIsChris Mostly data on commerce exchanges in SE asia. The place I'm working at now handles a lot of soft/hard currency transactions.

2018-09-18 01:54:12 UTC  

That's neat. I wonder if it's simultaneously done in all areas of the animal.

2018-09-23 19:03:48 UTC  

Hey guys, I'm Nick, and I'm a ChemE undergraduate from NY, excited to talk with all of you

2018-09-23 19:11:58 UTC  

nic

2018-09-23 19:12:00 UTC  

*nice

2018-09-24 01:38:13 UTC  
2018-09-24 02:36:03 UTC  

roll'd?

2018-09-24 03:21:31 UTC  

@Nicholas1166 - NY sorry, role'd not roll'd. I gave you the @`AE` role (academic expert) so you will be alerted when people ping @`AE` with academic questions you may be able to help with.

2018-09-24 03:37:27 UTC  

Ah, OK. Yeah, I'd be glad to lend a hand if I can, although I am just a junior right now

2018-09-24 04:23:03 UTC  

I'm graduated from a university with a degree in math

2018-09-24 04:23:05 UTC  

ask me math questions

2018-09-24 04:23:09 UTC  

if you need halp

2018-09-24 04:31:53 UTC  

I very well might, math is my weakest subject. Thank you for the offer.

2018-10-03 05:19:28 UTC  

I didn't know this sever had a role thing. Can I get a role and be alerted?

2018-10-03 16:45:13 UTC  
2018-10-22 06:55:35 UTC  

@ThisIsChris hey do you have any good explanation on how to find isomorphisms between two polynomial factor groups?

2018-10-22 06:56:33 UTC  

that is an isomorphism phi: F[x]/f1(x) -> F[x]/f2(x) where F[x] is the field of polynomials with coefficients in Z_q and f1(x) and f2(x) are irreducible polynomials in F[x]

2018-10-22 07:18:25 UTC  

@YourFundamentalTheorum by F[x]/f1(x) do you mean a quotient group? If so, what is the group you are doing F[x] modulo with? f1 doesn't generate a group unless I am missing something

2018-10-22 07:18:42 UTC  

@ThisIsChris quotient field

2018-10-22 07:19:06 UTC  

and F[x] is a field of polynomials in x with coefficients in Z_q

2018-10-22 07:24:17 UTC  

@YourFundamentalTheorum thanks. How about for an element of F[x]/f1 called G, take a representative g, phi(G) = the coset of g*f2/f1 . Need to prove that the coset is independent of the choice of representative g

2018-10-22 07:26:20 UTC  

the last part is a given.

2018-10-22 07:26:24 UTC  

On the right hand side I mean g times f2 divided by f1 in the normal sense for poly nomials

2018-10-22 07:26:44 UTC  

F[x]/f1(x) is usually represented by all the polynomials """"less than""""" f1(x)

2018-10-22 07:26:51 UTC  

a lesser degree than f1(x) that is