I'm avoiding right now.
What am I avoiding?
Or more specifically how to figure out what the "homework" is for said statistics class. Has anyone taken an online class? I feel like this should be laid out in the EASIEST WAY POSSIBLE since we're getting everything online, but noooooooo: I can't figure out the homework.
It's things like this that make people convinced that they aren't smart when really it's unclear communication. I despise bad communication.
Also, blackboard was new when I was in college. That was a year or 7 ago and now it's different and another means of confusing communication.
Yes, I'm whiny. I told you I was avoiding maths. The truth is that I love math with all my little, tiny heart.
I love things that are concrete.
I love right answers.
And I had a torrid love affair in high school with augmented matrixes. Yeah, I said it. Me and augmented matrixes sitting in a tree, solving for x,y, and z.
You know how people get in trouble for texting in class? Well when I was in HS texting didn't exist--it was the 90s and early 00s. But people got in trouble for playing games on their graphing calculators [how cool is that?!?!]. On MY graphing calculator I would create my augmented matrix and then spend my time solving it. Then I would get in trouble for "playing" on my graphing calculator. I was so cool.
My nails look like this:
How do you feel about math? Have you taken an online class? How did it go?
**I thought you may like to know that I figured out how to do my homework. It cost me $85.50. Booo.