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Just another manic Monday

Oh, look, we got another extension on our geometry assignment. Again. It's a good thing (for once) too, since today is also packed for me, and I have that abstract test to take sometime between now and 8:45 Wednesday morning.

I have that meeting with Dr. Finco this afternoon, which means that I need to find his office before then. I can guess where it is (and it's not that hard), considering he's in the bio department.

I still haven't found my calculator yet. Now I have a sneaking feeling that I forgot it. *stabbity stab* Considering I have a physics quiz in twenty minutes that'll involve sig figs, this isn't good. It reminds me of the Calc II final exam where I left everything unsimplified because I just ran out of time--just about everyone did, to be honest. (Apparently I still did really well on it, though.)

Off I go!

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bluefate
Sep. 17th, 2007 04:20 pm (UTC)
You probably already had the meeting, but the wonders of opd include giving out the location teachers' offices.
Sometimes the internet is for stalking.
sushimustwrite
Sep. 17th, 2007 08:51 pm (UTC)
I did wind up using OPD. Great minds think alike.
kaesa
Sep. 17th, 2007 05:31 pm (UTC)
Argh. I remember freshman year I somehow forgot my calculator for the one biology test where I needed it, and brought it Just In Case to every single bio test thereafter. I'm decent at doing math in my head, but not good enough to manage square roots that easily.
sushimustwrite
Sep. 17th, 2007 08:52 pm (UTC)
XD It wound up being on a drunk guy hunting for his keys (i.e. vector addition), which I remember vividly from multivariable. This also involves obscure angles and square roots, which alas, I can't do in my head either.
kaesa
Sep. 17th, 2007 09:23 pm (UTC)
Ugh. Well, at least you'll get credit for having the equations right? (I had a test this morning on Things That We Covered For Three Seconds, and am terribly ashamed of my inability to remember equations by discoverer's name.)
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