Message from Warren H in MacGuyver - Skills & Academics #homework-help
If you are unsure there to start diving top and bottom by 2 works if both numbers are even.
This is so complicated lol. Okay. So just find the GCD and then reduce it down.
Or in this case, I could just divide 6/144
Because the 9s happen to cancel out
And if it's not a problem where it can cancel out then what?
You can find the GCD
On another note, why do we teach PEMDAS when it should be PEDMSA?
Multiplication and division are the same really
Same with addition and subtraction
So PEMDAS is easier to remember
I've gotten answers wrong for doing multiplication first sometimes though
And same with addition and sibtraction
You might be breaking another rule or your teachers suck. Unless I’m forgetting something that’s wrong and you shouldn’t have been marked down
If you are using a computer program it is probably programmed by someone diverse and doesn’t account for multiple but equally valid ways to the answer
This class is online. The teacher just supervises. I followed PEMDAS as taught but when I did I kept getting answers wrong and when I viewed the solution they were doing division first
The worst part is that it only counts one answer correct. And if you don't get that correct it marks it wrong even if you understand the concept
Bring it up in office hours, that’s BS
And you cant practice the same problem twice
It keeps changing it up
This sounds a lot like mastering physics
Whenever you get it wrong
Yeah haha and I am not a scientific person
I'm majoring in media production.
Bring it up with whoever you can. If you actually understand the concepts you shouldn’t be graded down
I might. My instructor is Asian with a broken accent of course. Yeah I've demonstrated that I understand how to do the concepts
Send screenshots or show photos of your work and really nail them down. Say “show me what’s wrong or the programming is bad”
If you have white TAs or even TAs that speak English use them
What's a TA?
Oh I thought it was joke, haha. You’re good
I got my STEM degree on the west coast so I know a thing or two about Asian “teachers”
This guy isn't even a "teacher" he just sits at his desk while we come into class to work on a $100 computer program