As ive noted before in another post. I already made this book with pen and paper. So im going through this for the 2nd or 3rd time.
It is not that i dont want to think. It is that i am trying to understand how maple works.
I want to try a slide rule one day. But then i need to buy one, and i am not that wealthy yet that i can buy things i dont really need right now.
But you are right, of course you cant to know how to diffentiate and how to do integrations, trigonometry, etc. etc. I am not trying to act smart. Really i am not. Its just some of these study books (and i did a lot of those, especially on some trade jobs like carpentry, plumbing, welding, etc. you name it..a lot) you get a reportoir. Like in the other post, this one probably portrays you as some smart pants know all. What can i do about that? No clue.. Just keep going i guess.
Any way, thank you for the concerns!
That book i refered to is just so you may have something that does give thrill. Maybe it gives an edge to really long range shooting. Its something all ages can partake in. I also did some studying on how barrels are made and ammo casings. From a rod of metal, and a flat piece of brass to a barrel and a casing. Really cool. But in the end, no matter if its concrete engineering, or objects in flight or calculations on tunnels or any thing involving math. If i want to make sense of it all, and also want to deliver the information to other people, it is Maple that a really have to know how to use. So its back to that old book, and now do it with Maple untill practice makes something that produces A quality answers. So then maybe i can draw up what i know into 3d CAD models, and then make it into something real. I know i can do it. Got all the other things i wanted to get done, done too. I can now, build a house, wire it, plumb it, make the concrete forms, make brick walls, do the wood framing and make a machineshop and know how to man it, in the span of a year. 9 books in total. I think that was rather good. But it is a whole different mindset. With all the math and engineering books coming up. Any way, it is good to see the world from diffrent perspectives too.
I dont know what i did that made you people think that i dont value the knowledge of math. But doing it with the computer is definitely something that is of the 21st century. I dont feel like going back to paper just to compute my formula piece by piece, with a lot of manual labor. And then make a mess on paper if i mess up. It just takes to long. Also, if your input is rubish, the output will he rubish too. So it still depends on what you put into Maple to make it work.