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Mathematics & Physics Helpdesk


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they teach that shit over there at 15? i had that shit when i was like 13

 

Where I was in school, people taking the course featuring really basic trig ("Geometry") could be anywhere from 7th grade (12 turning 13) to 10th grade (15 turning 16). 10th grade was the "standard" time to take it, but many (maybe 25-50%) of students were at least one year ahead of this track, depending on their performance in primary school. 


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How do I get a career in Mathematical theory? As a kid I used to be really gifted at math and actually kinda liked it but years of changing schools and shitty education never helped

 

What would I need to study? How would I take classes at an accelerated rate? What special programs could I possibly enroll in?

 

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Where's the help ffs


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How do I get a career in Mathematical theory? As a kid I used to be really gifted at math and actually kinda liked it but years of changing schools and shitty education never helped

What would I need to study? How would I take classes at an accelerated rate? What special programs could I possibly enroll in?

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What do you mean by " mathematical theory"? That's massively, massively broad.

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If anyone needs help with biology/chemistry/informatics/bioinformatics let me know,

 

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How do I get a career in Mathematical theory? As a kid I used to be really gifted at math and actually kinda liked it but years of changing schools and shitty education never helped

What would I need to study? How would I take classes at an accelerated rate? What special programs could I possibly enroll in?

What do you mean by " mathematical theory"? That's massively, massively broad.

What I mean is developing existing ideas by researching new ideas

 

For example, if I were to excel in physics as well, and I wanted to substantiate a proof for string theory... I'd need a grant from a university or to be employed by a scientific institution eventually to do this. But how would I get there? I'd need a degree of some sort but I imagine the pacing of standard classes would lose my interest

 

Like I get the general idea I just have no idea of how I'd go about doing it, since I presume most mathematical degrees are used for applying known concepts rather than searching for something more, and such a thing as I'd desire would only come about in special situations

 

If you need more elaboration ask again about what specifically I can do so with, but I'm keeping it broad since I don't have any specific idea in mind since the skillset I'd require I don't yet have and that's why I want to know to go about getting it too


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How do I get a career in Mathematical theory? As a kid I used to be really gifted at math and actually kinda liked it but years of changing schools and shitty education never helped

What would I need to study? How would I take classes at an accelerated rate? What special programs could I possibly enroll in?

What do you mean by " mathematical theory"? That's massively, massively broad.
What I mean is developing existing ideas by researching new ideas

For example, if I were to excel in physics as well, and I wanted to substantiate a proof for string theory... I'd need a grant from a university or to be employed by a scientific institution eventually to do this. But how would I get there? I'd need a degree of some sort but I imagine the pacing of standard classes would lose my interest

Like I get the general idea I just have no idea of how I'd go about doing it, since I presume most mathematical degrees are used for applying known concepts rather than searching for something more, and such a thing as I'd desire would only come about in special situations

If you need more elaboration ask again about what specifically I can do so with, but I'm keeping it broad since I don't have any specific idea in mind since the skillset I'd require I don't yet have and that's why I want to know to go about getting it too
As part of my mathematics degree we had an option to do a research project - to develop something in mathematics you need to have massively in depth knowledge. My best advice is to do a maths degree, see what you enjoy in the first couple of years and focus on that in the third year. Like I say, your options are so broad it's probably in your best interests to have a go at most things to see what you would enjoy delving further into :)
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