[sdiy] Talking of Q
neil.johnson97 at ntlworld.com
Sat Jun 18 00:17:18 CEST 2011
>> Cheater! ;^)
> ...but, in all seriousness, you don't learn nearly as much that way.
> There's a certain value in suffering through at least one full-blown
> analysis on your own, by hand. After that, you've earned the right
> to use
> the computer tools. Otherwise, you'll never really know what's
> going on.
Yeah, but after two degrees in electronics I think I've had my share
of hand working.
> Plus, it's kinda fun to work through a problem like that and get
> the right
> answer, all by yourself -- to "slay the beast" as it were. It can
> mathematics in a much less scary light.
True. On the other hand, automated tools allow for far more "what-
if" experiments without silly mistakes which can also spoil the
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