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Drew Espinosa

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About Drew Espinosa

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    I love Mathematics!!! :D
    Reading: nearly anything! :D
    Music: Alternative/Rock and more besides! :D
    Others: Eh... as long as I see a shirtless guy :P

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  1. The kilogram gets a new definition. I hope we get to discuss it in my engineering class. :D 

    1. clochette

      clochette

      Saw it on the news this week and thought of you. As if it wasn't complicated enough now the kilo is an equation! Mathematicians... :rolleyes: :P

  2. I've been sooo absent from GA this week. And @Valkyrie I almost had an all-nighter studying for one exam. :P 

    1. Parker Owens

      Parker Owens

      Hang in there, Drew. Hope what sleep you got was good. 

    2. Page Scrawler

      Page Scrawler

      Hey, Drewy.  :hug:We missed you, sweetie.  :kiss:

    3. clochette

      clochette

      Missed you Sweet Cheeks :glomp: Keep in mind, studying is good but a good night sleep can do a lot to keep you focus during the exam :hug:

  3. Winter has arrived early...

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    2. Drew Espinosa

      Drew Espinosa

      <goes to Michigan, and throws a cowpie at @Page Scrawler instead> -_-

    3. Page Scrawler

      Page Scrawler

      You hit the neighbor's house.  :blink:

    4. Drew Espinosa

      Drew Espinosa

      Nope! I have perfect aim! :P 

  4. Drew Espinosa

    Me.jpg

    Now I know where I get my good looks. Great pic. Devilsire!
  5. It's snowing right now in Amarillo and much of the Texas Panhandle. We're expected to get 4 to 8 inches by tomorrow.  :D 

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    2. Drew Espinosa

      Drew Espinosa

      @BHopper2 <throws a snowball at Florida.> :P 

    3. BHopper2

      BHopper2

      @Drew Espinosa <Watches it turn to water before it even hits the ground> 😛

    4. Page Scrawler

      Page Scrawler

      We already have a blanket of the stuff in Michigan---but nobody here is colored surprised, I bet.  :P

  6. All right y'all, I'm heading off after a quick visit. These next couple of weeks will involve a whole lot of studying. I have my second Calc II Exam on Thursday, my third Physics Exam next Wednesday, as well as my second Engineering Exam.

     

    So... yeah, what fun! :rolleyes:

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    2. Page Scrawler

      Page Scrawler

      Good luck, Hon!  :hug:

    3. Daddydavek

      Daddydavek

      Study hard and you'll do fine!

    4. Parker Owens

      Parker Owens

      Best of luck! 

  7. Just posted another College Week!

     

    1. Drew Espinosa

      Drew Espinosa

      @Parker Owens Two words: partial derivatives.

  8. Drew Espinosa

    College Weeks 9 & 10

    HOWDY Y'ALL! Long time, no see! It's time for another College Week, or two in this case, lol. And guys, I'm more than half way through the semester, wohoo, I've survived so far! Well, let's get to it! PHYS 2425: Last week, we learned about pendulums and oscillations. And I'm surprised at how quickly it clicked with me. Usually it takes me a while to get comfortable with the concepts from my professor's lectures. Anyways, we learned about both simple and physical pendulums, and undamped, damped, and forced oscillations. This week, we finished up the lectures on oscillations and moved on to waves. This was an incredibly fascinating topic, we learned about the motion of a wave, its energy, how it interacts in different mediums (i.e. water vs. air), and how to create wave equations. Speaking of, when my teacher got to wave equations, he showed us how to use partial differentiation to figure out its speed and acceleration. On that calculus related note... MATH 2414: Before Break, my teacher introduced partial fractions briefly. Well, after we got back from Break, we dove right in, and I love it! You see, fractions can be difficult to integrate. When a fraction is in the form du/u (where the numerator is the derivative of the denominator) then you can integrate easily, but if it's not then you have to get creative. And that's where partial fractions come in, this method basically splits a difficult fraction into simpler fractions that can be integrated easily. And all I can say is it's a really fun process, although many of you wouldn't understand... you'd have to be a math nerd like me. So what about this week? Well, we reviewed integration by parts, trig integrals, and partial fractions, because my class will be taking an exam on those topics next week. That reminds me, my teacher finally returned our first exams, and I got an A+! ENGR 1201: Well, this week, I volunteered to help out at a local Robotics Tournament for kids, and I'll be one of the judges. I've never judged something like this before, but I know I'll receive a quick orientation before the tournament begins. So, why am I mentioning this here? Well, it was my College's Engineering Club that alerted me to this tournament, and my Engineering teacher okayed it as an assignment for her students. Anyways, I'm looking forward to it! That's not all! Reflections on College Life: I decided to write this after Finals, that way I have the previous four months to look back on. Civic Duty: In 2013, I turned 18, and therefore became eligible to vote. The first election I could have participated in, was the 2014 Midterm, but I didn't due to general apathy. This time was different, yesterday, I cast my first vote in a Midterm Election! Okay, that's as far as I'll get into politics in this post. So, those were my last two weeks. Now, I need to get back to studying.
  9. Three weeks without a College Week? Don't worry guys, I'll post a brand new College Week tomorrow!

    1. Page Scrawler

      Page Scrawler

      Glad to hear from you, sweetie.  :hug:

  10. Damn... my hand is cramping up. Too much writing...

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    2. clochette

      clochette

      Writing, huh? ^_^ 

    3. Slytherin

      Slytherin

      My thoughts exactly @clochette :funny:

       

       

    4. Drew Espinosa

      Drew Espinosa

      @clochette and @Slytherin Get your heads outta the gutter! :P 

  11. Drew Espinosa

    A Haphazardly Random Place

  12. Q: Three words to describe my Physics homework?

    A: Pendulums and Oscillations

     

    That answer is gonna be on repeat in dreamland, tonight! :P 

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    2. Drew Espinosa

      Drew Espinosa

      @Parker Owens That'll be next week.

      @Reader1810 Honestly, that's often my expression during lecture. :lol: 

      @jamessavik I'm looking forward to taking Dynamics, but that won't be until next fall. Fortunately, I'm taking Statics in the Spring.

       

      <nukes @Page Scrawler for that pop culture reference> :P 

    3. jamessavik

      jamessavik

      Waves appear in all sorts of places- light, sound, fluids and their behavior is very important. You'll see oscillators again, (and again) especially if you go EE. 3D waves- now that' ll bruise your brain.

    4. dughlas

      dughlas

      Your pendulum is oscillating?

  13. Drew Espinosa

    Hey, It's Me!

    Just some personal things...
  14. Got a haircut. And no @Page Scrawler I ain't posting a pic! 😝

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    2. Drew Espinosa

      Drew Espinosa

      @CassieQ and @Page Scrawler Fine! I cave, I'll post a pic tonight after I shower. :P 

    3. dughlas

      dughlas

      Will you be wearing just a bath towel?

    4. clochette

      clochette

      Lol I'm with DDK, a mohawk would be fun :gikkle:

      @ancientrichard hair being on top, a pie having a haircut would just be a pie crust, isn't it?

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