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    Another Newbie.. But fairly old.

    Hi. I am certainly no mathematician, I am an Electronics Tech/Eng of 50 + and spent most of my working life avoiding any serious maths and just making things work. However I seem to have moved on to the teaching/instructing sphere and my maths is very rusty so I was looking through the posts here and finding answers, thankyou all. I now realise I never understood Calculus even when I left college and just really did it all rote? I still am not sure of it as it looks like alot of div by zero errors! Anyway keep up the good work and apologise in advance for being a taker and not a giver, but if you need something electronic fixing I am sure I could help
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    Re: Another Newbie.. But fairly old.

    Hi, alf442 and hi to all. My name is Lina and i live in Italy. I love math and i have a bachelor in math...however i don't write very well English! I hope that this forum will help me with English and i hope of to help somebody with math.
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