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  • Aliya Miranda 6:52 am on May 23, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    Finale 

    • Which topic/s in class made an impact to you? Why?
      • I think I got interested the most when there was a video shown in class about repeating patterns in music but with different instruments and timing thus creating a melody
      • also the fire truck problem
    • If you can summarize this course in one word or sentence, what would it be?
      • tons of activities/colorful
    • What would be your parting message to the class?
      • TAPOS NA ANG SEM YEEEEEEEEY
      • Thank you for a fun class 🙂 Lez do our best sa next majors~
     
  • Aliya Miranda 3:17 pm on May 15, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    “Laplace derived the differential equations for a thin fluid on a sphere with no vertical motion, only horizontal motions, called a barotropic model. Ocean tides are caused by the horizontal gravitational force of Moon and Sun. The Earth rotates so we have Corriolis forces. A slope in the sea-surface also causes horizontal force. Bottom friction and/or lateral eddy dissipation.” Thus you can use the equation to compute for the ocean tides.

     

    Source: http://wakes.uma.pt/cimar/PartII_lecture1.pdf

     
  • Aliya Miranda 3:41 pm on February 13, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    Symmetry in Literature 

    Example:

    1.) A French Sestina (Poetry)

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    • has a fixed poetic form of 6 stanzas, 6 lines each, envoy of 3 lines, repeating as final words of the first stanza, with the pattern shown in the image above.

    2.) Relationship Diagrams in stories

    • love triangles in different forms, with each vertex as a measurement of intensity on the affection of each character
    • family trees

    3.) A Debatable Verse by Slavko Jendricko

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    Sources:

    http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/0898122186901513

     
  • Aliya Miranda 11:30 am on January 30, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    Vectors in Baking and Cooking 

    Vectors can be used as a way to represent ratio and proportion. This is a list of possible ways you can use the ratios are:

    • Converting temperature from Celsius to Fahrenheit and vice versa
    • Converting sizes and amounts (eg cups to mL)
    • Cooking/baking in batches
    • Cooking time with respect to its size and/or weight
    • Estimated cost of a dish
    • Amount of serving

    For example, we the ingredients of a recipe that can yield 30 cookies:

    (C)1/2 cup (1 stick) unsalted butter
    (D)3/4 cup packed dark brown sugar
    (E)3/4 cup sugar
    (F)2 large eggs
    (G)1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
    (H)1 (12-ounce) bag semisweet chocolate chips, or chunks
    (I)2 1/4 cups all-purpose flour
    (J)3/4 teaspoon baking soda
    (K)1 teaspoon fine salt

    Let’s say that these amount of cookies can feed 3 people. You can represent the ratio of number of people fed(A), amount of cookies(B), and the ingredients(C-K) in the set of R^11 where:

    A:B:C:D:E:F:G:H:I:J:K

    with the values:

    3:30:0.5:0.75:2:1:1:2.25:0.75:1

    If you want enough cookies to feed 30 people, you’d have to multiply this ratio by 10.

    Not following the correct ratio might end up: (1) not being edible, (2) not having enough cookies, and (3) not being able to feed everyone and causing World War 10.

    References:

    http://mathcentral.uregina.ca/beyond/articles/Cooking/Cooking1.html

    https://www.reference.com/food/math-used-cooking-b7b5f8ef8bc81e81

    http://www.learner.org/interactives/dailymath/cooking.html

    http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/food-network-kitchens/chocolate-chip-cookies-recipe4.html?oc=linkback

     
  • Aliya Miranda 2:44 pm on January 19, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    HOI World! 

    [Week 1: Introductions]

    Hey guys! I’m Aliya Ahlanna Miranda. You can just call me Aliya (nope! not Aliyah nor Aaliyah :P). This is my second time taking CS130 since I’m kinda bad with math (creii). I honestly like solving problems but when the questions get tougher, I tend to become reaaalllyy confused and start panicking (;w;) Math does not reciprocate my feelings <///3 I also took Math 55 twice. I realized though, that I found my second take of Math 55 easier- maybe because it IS my second take or I was able to focus on it because I took it during a midsem. I wanna prove that by taking this major again, I CAN PASS.

    I enrolled this semester feeling like entering a war zone, but with extra bullets and experience and ready to start the battle. I just got out of probation. All the majors I’m taking this sem are all the majors I failed last year. Taking them all again is triggering my bad memories but I feel more confident now because I was able to get out of my probationary status.

    I’m really happy though that Sir Paul is teaching the course ‘cos I really like his teaching style (OwO) Starting the semester with one of my favorite profs has filled me with ♦ D E T E R M I N A T I O N ♦

    PS Sorry Sir Paul! Sabi nyo po babaan namin expectations namin sa inyo pero ramdam na po na magiging masaya ang klase 😀 No pressure po hihi ❤

     
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