|Reviews for The Purpose of Calculus|
| mathhard chapter 1 . 7/7
not funny. i love calculus and integration. very much.
| Guest chapter 1 . 1/4/2014
Different, I can understand the pain part. I would just look at problems because of how difficult they were. I'm thankful to God that I'm not in school anymore. Really thankful.
I don't actually know to be honest what calculus really is used for.
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| Kaizen Kitty chapter 1 . 6/28/2013
You didn't really hand this in...did you? (The "Please don't fail me" really cracked me up)
| Another Carolina chapter 1 . 3/12/2013
I should also be studying for a test tomorrow like the Carolina below me. That is so trippy
And yes, this is all true.
| Carolina chapter 1 . 2/20/2013
Dear lord! I should be studying for a Calculus test coming up tomorrow right at this moment but I'm here reading this and I was nodding my head so hard at everything you wrote, that's exactly how it feels, very well put, and quite witty and humorous, great job describing a subjet that is often an unbearable pain in the ass of most students.
| Reeciez chapter 1 . 2/18/2013
Oh goodness that had me all like rofl. Maths are usually my best subject courses but I'm only taking pre-calculas (note the PRE) and I already feel like killing myself or shooting my teacher. You gave a pretty good definition if I do say so myself.
| HollyRose2043 chapter 1 . 2/2/2013
Heh. That's nothing compared to multivariable calculus, in which I am studying double integrals (nasty little buggers, but nowhere near the monstrosity that was vectors). Of course, by now you've probably gone through that too. At least I know I'm not alone. SUFFER WITH ME, FOOLISH MORTALS! MWAHAHAHAHAHAHA. He-hehe. *snort* *creeps away, cackling madly*
| R. Ficst chapter 1 . 1/9/2013
Hahahaha brilliant! So hilarious and I know many people who can commiserate ;)
| Magicheart chapter 1 . 10/18/2012
I love it! I'm am tking calc this year and my dad is my teacher(-.-) so I can never get away from it and all of the " extra questions" he asks me at home. Thanks for writing, thus made my day! Now on to homework
| Soukouno Kimmonkyou chapter 1 . 4/17/2012
I believe that this is a successful satire of calculus. I can't go a day in that class without feeling the need to rant about how much I hate the class. When I'm done taking my 3-hour final and ride the elevator to the ground floor, I am going to maniacally celebrate my liberation from the confines of that class. Unfortunately, I'm about a week away from that glorious day.
I sympathize with your situation. This is a great piece!
| TamySummers chapter 1 . 11/1/2011
This is so funny and I couldn't help but laugh while reading!
| Me chapter 1 . 10/28/2011
That was pretty funny. I enjoyed calculus though so you're description is more like Analysis for me:)
| morbidmel chapter 1 . 5/7/2011
I understand exactly how you felt. This was brilliantly and eloquently written. My god, just thinking about calculus... my mind just throws up a blank wall and forces me to remember the good old days of pre-algebra for protection. Haha! Just by walking into that classroom my confidence and self-esteem "received a critical hit!" I think, under that pressure of a final, I would've just turned in a blank sheet soaked with my tears of failure. I don't know what the outcome was, but I'll keep both of my fingers crossed that your teacher was a decent and nice enough one to pass you. _ Thank you for this ingenious and humorous piece.
| ara07 chapter 1 . 3/9/2011
yeah, i wonder what grade you get _ it was very funny and entertaining, especially the asymptotic part
| Ben Tramsami chapter 1 . 3/5/2011
I'll have you know that I took Calculus I in college and that class was 2.5 hours long. (Granted, it was only two days a week, but still... two and a half hours!)
I was actually planning on being a math major before I took Calculus, but after that class I realized trying to get a math degree would make my head explode.
Anyways, excellent summary of the math class that makes all the previous math classes cower in fear.