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  • Kenn Velasquez 10:04 am on June 8, 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    Synthesis 

    a. The topic that mostly impacted me is the topic about vectors. Since vectors can be used almost everywhere in the real life, then it can be applied to almost everything in life. From real world physics to language, vectors can be applied.

    b. If I can summarize the subject into one word, then I can say that the word is enlightening. It enlightened me to the various applications of theories to real life. And I can say that it is quite stunning as well as exciting.

    c. My parting message to this class is to never give up and have fun. CS 130 is a fun subject, so you can enjoy it as much as you want to. Just remember to not leave the learning part just because of the fun that you experience.

     
  • Kenn Velasquez 10:03 am on June 8, 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    Week 4: Laplace and Fourier Transformations 

    Laplace and Fourier transform are usually used for converting signals from digital to analog and vice versa. Since we are talking about signals, it might also be able to deduce the mixed signals given by women. If you will graph the mixed signals given by women into a sinusoidal signal, and apply Laplace transform (since mixed signals are unstable) so you will be able to determine whether the signal is a yes or a no to easily deduce what she means.

     
  • Kenn Velasquez 10:02 am on June 8, 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    Week 3: Symmetry and Structural Integrity 

    Symmetry is present in many things. This was observed in nature and in the environment since the ancient times. From the pyramids in Egypt, to the shells of some mollusks, symmetry is present and ever useful.

    Symmetry can help in structural integrity in buildings. Usually, symmetric buildings are easier to balance because their center of gravity is easy to find. That is why a lot of buildings are symmetric in construction when looked at in a certain perspective. Structural integrity is not only applicable to buildings, but to cakes as well, since the baker needs to find the place where to put the cake that they will not cause each other to collapse and fall

     
  • Kenn Velasquez 10:01 am on June 8, 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    Week 2: Vectors and Thermodynamics 

    Vectors can be applied to various fields. Vectors are  useful for determining directions, image modification, data analytics and more. It can even be used in thermodynamics combined with calculus.

    Vectors can be used for predicting the movement of fires, based on the oxygen levels of the space where the fire occurred. For example, if the fire occurred in an area where the oxygen comes from a single direction. Using the calculations for the flux of vector fields, we can calculate the direction the fire will spread, using the levels of oxygen as the values for the vector fields.

     
  • Kenn Velasquez 11:36 am on January 19, 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    Well, my name is Kenneth Velasquez. People call me Kenn, K, Kenndudz, Kenneth, and many more.

    At first I thought, “I badly need to pass this course!” I got intimidated when I saw math, but when I looked at the possibilities, maybe it’s not all that bad.

    For me, math is challenging. It gives me a mild dyslexia (especially in cases where large quantities of numbers are being looked at) but it makes me feel comfortable. I try my best to look at math as my bestfriend, but some bestfriends can slap you in the face so hard it stings. Hopefully it won’t happen this time.

    I feel somehow refreshed. After a few moments of silence and reflection, everything looks brighter and better. Looking forward to the things that may come gives me jitters with a hint of joy. Thinking about it, the possibilities for the future are endless, but it all boils down to what I will do today.

     
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