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    Hi, I'm new!

    I just created my account.
    I'm studying mathematics for my BMath at the faculty (I don't know the exact term in english, maybe university. Also, I don't know if it's bachelor degree or has a different name ). After I get my degree, my plan is to get a master in mathematics.(I know that I have big dreams.) I'm here to fill the holes in my background knowledge and to better understand new topics, I have a lot of silly questions that I'm too afraid to ask. I don't want people to think that I'm stupid. I just wasn't the best math student in high school. I was a great computer science student, but I choose mathematics for its beauty. And starting this fall, I'm no longer a freshman.

    Hopefully, someday I'll get a PhD and teach or do research. This is my wildest dream, but sometimes I really doubt myself.
    (Maybe I'm thinking to far into the future.)
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    Re: Hi, I'm new!

    Never be afraid to ask silly questions. Great people began with the fact that they were much interested and asked questions other people a lot. There are normal and patient people on the forum who will understand you and answer your question with pleasure. You can also ask your question on my resourse studydaddy.com where you will be helped
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    Re: Hi, I'm new!

    Hello, "Hippasus".

    Welcome to the Math Help forums. We are glad you joined us.

    These forums are an excellent resource: lots of good information and many knowledgeable members here.

    It is a great place for the sharing of ideas. I am sure you will learn a lot here.

    (You might want to add your first name to your profile; it is nice to know at least a person's real first name instead of addressing them by their forum handle. Of course, it is up to you.)

    See you around the forums.
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