hm.. ok. but i want you to tell me all the math you've had. i mean, it would be really unfair of me to say something like, "in neutral geometry, prove that if the angle sum of all triangles is 180 degrees, that the neutral geometry is euclidean," because you probably don't know enough advanced math to know HOW you'd go about doing something like that.

i could give you a great calculus 2 problem: "use rotation methods to derive the formula for the volume of a sphere?"

i mean, it really helps when the person knows how much math you've had. it's not flaming if i have spent more time learning math; and it's gay to pointlessly show off skills. so tell me what you DO know and i'll try to push you just a little farther

~ dan ~