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Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Blog Test

Last Term, my marks was not as satisfactory to my liking, but many people's mark were not to their satisfaction. It doesn't mean I or the rest of you should quit. All it means is some need to change their work ethics or *something.* Because, there was once a wise man who said "Your mark depends on the effort and time spend on your work." - Mr. K. Mr. K, I am only para-phasing. Sorry, if it is not your exact working.

For example, when we began doing trigonometry, I did not understand the sine law and cosine law. So, I when over my notes, step-by-step, at my own speed, and I learned how to use the Laws. See, your marks depends on your work ethics.

One more thing, trigonometry is used in very day life. Architects use sine and cosine laws to measure and design their building. They have to know the length and angles of every side and elevation before they building something. If you like working with things of that nature, architect is one option.

1 Comments:

At 11/22/2005 10:13 PM, Blogger Mr. Kuropatwa said...

Thanks for the quote Thang; I'm honoured.

Your marks have nothing to do with your intelligence or capabilities. Grades are really just a measure of the time, energy and effort you've put into a particular class. ;-)

 

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