The Real Reflections
It seems to me that I understand pre-cal this semester a lot more than ever! This even includes last semester when I was taking pre-cal 30S for the second time. I’ve noticed a while back that everything we’ve learned in pre-cal 40S is mainly reflective of pre-cal 30S. For example, the sine and cosine graphs we are using excessively were taught to me and most likely you last semester. Since I understood it last semester, it is not that difficult to relate it to many of the problems I’m facing in my work now. Sure, there are some new things to remember that are new, but in my point of view, I’ve already learned half of it from my previous math class. Another thing that has helped me out was being in Mr.K’s class for pre-cal 30S. Because of this, I’m used to his teaching methods and don’t really need to adapt to a new class or new study habits. This may have another advantage to those returning students like me. What I mean by this is that we can get or old math dictionary back from Mr.K. As I mentioned above, there is a great deal of our current math that is reflective of pre-cal 30S. Our old dictionaries would probably help us out a great deal right now.