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MathCupcake   

Amanda, 35 y.o.
Lafayette, United States [Current City]
Orlando, United States [Hometown]
Online 15 days ago

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Graduate degree

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College Maths Instructor

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Joined 6 years ago, profile updated 25 days ago.

Displaying posts 1 to 10 of 13.
Reply - Conversation - Jan 6
I'm survivin. How's life treating you?
Reply - Conversation - Jan 6
Hi how are you?
Reply - Conversation - Jun 8, 2014
Hello :) How are you? I love the states!! hehe
Reply - Conversation - Feb 8, 2014
? I don't dislike Calculus. :)
Reply - Conversation - Feb 3, 2014
In passing, glancing over the comments below, I'm surprised by how many math majors I've found to dislike Calculus. For something so beautiful and pervasively applicable, it's peculiar phenomenon. I suppose it falls upon which abstractions move one the most in the quest of the mind who pursues the infinite n'th.
Reply - Conversation - Jan 30, 2014
I'm doing alright :) How about you?
Reply - Conversation - Jan 29, 2014
Hey there Amanda how you doing? :-)
Reply - Conversation - Jan 21, 2014
Hi!! :)
I think its a perfect movie to watch with kids!
Reply - Conversation - Jan 21, 2014
lol true true. I've met my fair share of kooks amongst the math community, as well as exceptionally brilliant people who (unfortunately) have little to no social skills. I don't know how kooky people think I am (hopefully not too much!) but they definitely think I'm crazy for studying math. lol. I can say that a stereotype that is usually true is that we think too much! I soooo over-think things sometimes.
Reply - Conversation - Jan 21, 2014
Maths grads get a bad rap in popular culture it would seem. They are always shown as eccentrics like Will Hunting or the fellow who established game theory (whose name escapes me but was "represented" in A Beautiful Mind), and given that is the case, do people naturally assume you're kooky because you do maths?
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