11/23 Can someone please tell me what textbook and/or author we used for:
math50a, math55, and stat134? I need it from 1993-1995. THANKS!
\_ let me guess, ypu're applying to MIT, right?
\_ let me guess, you're also applying to MIT, right? Or are you
already there? Help me out dude...
\_ I'm applying. And I'm a dudette, btw. -chialea
\_ where else are you applying to? Let's get together and
start a grad school application club!!!
\_ chialea, what'd you get on your subject & general?
\_ stfu ilyas
\_ It wasn't me, moron. I already know what she got.
-- ilyas
\_ bad things. especially the subject. and my GPA. -chialea
\_ 3.5 isn't bad considering the average GPA@Cal=2.3
you're off by a full half-point _/
ugh, you mean 2.8? 1.8? _/
it's around 2.8 _/
\_ Is that the average systemwide? how about for CS?
\_ _Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications_, Kenneth H. Rosen
(Math 55), don't know the rest. -geordan
\_ Math 50a is now Math 53, right? If so, Stewart's "Calculus:
Early Transcendentals" was probably used.
\_ no, 50a became 54. for math 50a in spring 1994, we used anton,
_elementary linear algebra_ and boyce & diprima, _elementary
differential equations and boundary value problems_. -lila
\_ THANK YOU SO MUCH LILA, you've been very helpful. By the way,
are these classes required for the "other" CS?
\_ no, just math1b and cs61a. i took math50a because i was
briefly under the delusion that i wanted to study physics,
and i took cs61b just for fun. -lila
\_ well? Did you really have a lot of fun?
\_ We used the same two books (different editions?) in Spring '97. |