I didn't stay anyway. I usually pop in and out. I'll check them out. I'm hooked on Glass Animals right now so I can probably use something else to wean me off a bit. Yeah, I'll probably not meet anyone from there either. I just joined though.
I have an idea to attract customers for tutoring. Advertise a no obligation(no commitment) free hour of tutoring. It will be a lot of work for nothing but it may help you attract clients and referrals. "Might" be worth a shot.
Chris, thank you for the reply. I have taken linear algebra and number theory and am very excited to tackle the enigmatic "abstract algebra" and all its mysteries.
I will be taking an introductory course in modern algebra this fall and wanted to build a foundation before the class began. So far I have started reading Rotman's 'introduction to theory of groups' and a few other introductory texts, but, having no experience from which to evaluate the books, I figured asking you, someone experienced with algebra, would be a good idea. I downloaded Artin's book and am having fun with the matrix approach so far.
I think I remember you saying that you study math at the graduate level. What does research in pure mathematics look like? I find it difficult to visualize a "day in the lab" for a researching pure mathematician and would like to hear what it's like for you!
Chris, I know how you feel. I just moved back in with my parent and I should get a PhD. I do plan on going to school soon and pursue something that will give me a chance to make much more than minimum wage.
my brain goes to other places and i was tryin to draw a thing but it didn't work and i came back and you had already left even though it was only a minute later from your last post and that's why you prolly didn't see me say bye so i'll say it now: bye chris
like that run-on? *gives you a purple umbrella so you can have new adventures*