# Cambridge Chat (previously New Cambridge Students Entry 2004)

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Helenia
Therefore if I should have any eyesight-related accidents between now and December, it's their fault for not having a spare test slot free before Friday

Cambridge does have opticians, you know . D&A often have offers on for a free test and they also have a lower price for students.
crana9
Cambridge does have opticians, you know . D&A often have offers on for a free test and they also have a lower price for students.

I need a new pair of glasses...
This thread absolutely cannot be on the 2nd page.
It's all the bloody 2006 applicants and their stupid, repetitive questions clogging up space on the first page.

twunts.

Is that word a contraction of **** and ****??
mayhaps*-)
For shame!
~Raphael~
Is that word a contraction of **** and ****??

surely **** + **** = ******
not it equals ********
darkenergy
not it equals ********

I can just say *^8. And that is correct. It's correct because Andrew Pitts said so.
so you are saying that *^8 = 8*?
8log* = log(8*)
8log* = log8 + log*
7log* = log8
log* = (log8)/7
* = 1.35
oh.
my.
god.
haha.

Visesh - are you from B3ta? Twunt is a word on b3ta.

Now watermelon off.
Camford
surely **** + **** = ******
Supermerp

I followed that link... and realised just how much I've forgotten aboot maths.

Matrices... hah. I can just about remember their names let alone how to do anything with them.
Steveee
I followed that link... and realised just how much I've forgotten aboot maths.

Matrices... hah. I can just about remember their names let alone how to do anything with them.
Careful, you might get prospective applicants worrying about not knowing enough about tensor calculus. I don't really know what's going on in that page that I linked to.
Camfo, do not contradict my Words
darkenergy
so you are saying that *^8 = 8*?

8* = ******** iff we're working in er... base 1. The base was not specified, hence you can't make that statement .
Supermerp
Careful, you might get prospective applicants worrying about not knowing enough about tensor calculus. I don't really know what's going on in that page that I linked to.

Aren't tensors just vectors, scalars, matrices, 3d matrices etc? Anyway. Yeah - you're best equipped to apply if you've already done the degree syllabus, guys!
/me leaves the mathmos to play amongst themselves

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