# Training Log Archive: TheGameIsSimple

In the 7 days ending Jan 20:

 activity # time miles km +m Mathematics 4 4:10:00 Electrical 5 3:50:00 Physics 4 3:30:00 Programming 1 1:20:00 Total 13 12:50:00 [1-5] 6 5:50:00

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### Friday Jan 19 #

Note

HW:
- Math 277 lab
- Math 277 assignment
- Eng 202 assignment
- Eng 201 practice questions

- Eng 201 -> Chpt 5 / notes
- Eng 225 -> Resistive Circuits / notes
- Math 277 notes

Notes:
- Eng 202
8 AM

Mathematics long (Multivariable Calculus) 1:00:00 [1]

Calculating the momentum changes in a rocket and its fuel with respect to the earth and the rocket. Could say... we were doing... rocket science! :P
12 PM

Mathematics (Multivariable Calculus) 1:00:00 [0]

Lab, didn't really get what was going on because I couldn't hear and see the board. So I verified my theory about derivatives and integrals with a smart guy from Waterloo instead.
2 PM

Electrical (Circuits) 1:00:00 [1] **

Lecture, didn't read ahead. Did some examples of solving circuits and learnt how to add Resitances in a series and parallel circuit. (R = R1 + R2 + R3 , and R = R1^(-1) + R2^(-1) .... etc) respectively.
8 PM

Electrical 30:00 [1]

Generalized a formula for the alternate form for parallel circuit resistances.

### Thursday Jan 18 #

8 AM

Physics (Statics) 1:10:00 [0] **

Applications of Varignon's Theorem. Prof didn't draw out the triangles for some of the examples he did, thus it was confusing for the calculations that he was doing.
10 AM

Programming (C#) 1:20:00 [3]

Finishing up the game for presentation. Hiding everything that doesn't work, and making sure that all the buttons work.
12 PM

Physics long (Fluids and Solids) 1:00:00 [3]

Explaining degrees of freedoms. And how they relate to phases and states. Say the 3d graph at the end.
2 PM

Electrical long (Circuits) 1:00:00 [0]

Lecture, went through some examples of KCL and KVL with parallel and series circuits.
3 PM

Physics (Fluids and Solids) 1:00:00 [3]

Learnt about degrees of freedom for phase changes: F + P = C + 2
Also saw the graphs for the phenomenon.

### Wednesday Jan 17 #

8 AM

Mathematics long (Multivariable Calculus) 1:00:00 [0] **

Lecture on.... um general parametric functions, of circles, intersecting planes, cylinders...
9 AM

Mathematics (Multivariable Calculus) 1:10:00 [0] **

Worked on first Assignment. Mostly vector motion (velocity, speed, acceleration, distance) through R3. Got 3 questions done.
12 PM

Physics (Fluids and Solids) 20:00 [0] *