no you arent. its like saying you made a templated class/container with methods and virtual constructors and such and a c programmer says you mean a data structure with function pointers that is held in an array
Thank you guys for all you insight. Im not saying that I am going to give up just because I cant understand it, I will keep reading , learning, practicing until I do, that's just who I am. I know that math is alot more that equations and algorithms, its really all about understanding how these things work so you can solve problems. That is what I'm trying to become is a great problem solver(a.k.a programmer).I really wanted to see any advice on how I should approach learning 3D mathematics.
In its 2012 platform, the Republican Party of Texas rejected the teaching of "Higher Order Thinking Skills... critical thinking skills and similar programs," giving as a reason that this sort of teaching has "the purpose of challenging the student’s fixed beliefs and undermining parental authority."
I didn't even know that 'Critical Thinking' was even a subject to be taken at school. The 'skills' where just part of everyday education back in my day. You where not spoon fed the formulas and the correct answer only carried a few marks in tests, it was more important to show you understand how and why.
Holy hell why do people let Fred's opinion matter to them? If he is the age he says he is, he knows nothing about anything really. I'm not going to take a "12" year olds opinion on how "simple" math is to heart.