| Friday May 27th 2016

An interesting TEDx talk on flaws of math books

“You can pass this physics course without learning any physics. You just need to learn how to decode a textbook.”

I have felt this cognitive dissonance for years, but haven’t been able to articulate it clearly. I’ve always said that the ability to get stellar grades has little to do with being a good engineer. Now I know why.

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