By pirsquared - 28/01/2012 01:20 - United States
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I'm in engineering to, engineers don't really need a phd, masters is more than enough
You got that half right, I talk too much and it translates into my comments, yes, but I've looked very deeply into my soul, I even hired a PI to check out deep dark secrets I know nothing about. I learned I have an irrational fear of cotton candy, when I was four I thought a parakeet was going to kill me and ever since I love bunt cake, and that my subconscious is cheating on me, but nowhere did I find even a tiny scrap of attention whore-ness. Sure the signs are there, but they indicate something far stranger than what you are picking up. Sorry, try again?
Op...solutions manuals are not the answer (no pun intended). I'm an ME senior and appalled at how many...idiots...have made it this far using those, but maybe you just had a brain fart, I don't know. However, a word of advice: depending on which discipline it is, we usually just say (pi/4)D^2 because working with diameters is often more convenient.
To smart for the basic stuff!