Physical Metallurgy of non-ferrous Metals.
Edition: irrelevant, they all made me break down...
Signals and Systems 2nd edition
Idk maybe there’s a book out there that’s about ppl that r famous for just existing and it talks about how they’re filthy rich and have 0 talent and don’t deserve anything they have maybe that’ll make her cry and be like “it’s not true I worked so hard and I’m a self made millionaire” but if such a book exists idk what it’s called and if it doesn’t I shall write it
I don't think any particular book or class made me cry but for my wife it was Linear Algebra II (300 level class) The class that made ALL of the math majors at that school reconsider being a math major at all... In the 3rd quarter of their Jr. year of college. For me it was just basically every semester when the fit hit the shan real hard during hell weeks. I only remember crying and telling her I needed help once though. End of Jr. year I think. Damn. I can't pick out any 1 class that was definitely the hardest. Aero-structures was a bjtch of an AE310 weeder course, AE410 was mechanical vibrations which was a 400 level weeder course. EE and thermo were just trash. Linear Algebra and Diff Eq. was a trash course 99% because of the trash teacher. Orbital dynamics (not undergrad orbital mechanics) was easy enough until it brought out the big guns and stomped us. Optimal Controls was no walk in the park. Our senior project courses had us crunching All. The. Time. Aero. Engr. is rough.
Kardashian Dynasty : The Controversial Rise...
My report card
Med-surg 1 and 2
“Tears of joy no doubt”
Industrial Society and Its Future
Essentials of Pathophysiology
I think in had to read that one
Healthcare Administration Evidence Based Management
@Hoban Washburne, in modern C++ memory management isn’t really a big deal anymore afaik, the preferred method is using smart pointers and they take care of it for you!
@Hoban Washburne, unless you're using regular old C, you don't really have to worry about memory. C++ has the New keyword and smart and dynamic pointers, and C# has even more shortcuts.
@Cpzombie, #include <algorithm>