(urban dictionary). These same losers also find it relevant to mention the different types of calculus and who defined it as if that is important. Unless you are a math
major or engineering major then learning calculus has no meaning or purpose to you. And if you do have those subjects as actual majors then you prolly are a
20-something virgin who has never been on a date before with a real live member of the opposite sex.
Normal person: Wow, have you ever had sex with a real person?
Nerd: Sadly, no I havent.
Normal person: wow, (yawn) thats a big surprise.
Dude 2: "Nah dude I got this problem for calc homework that involves differential equations and slope fields, and if I figure it out, my high will be stronger than the high off the strongest chronic"
It is also a name for the page and a half of indecipherable foreplay used in university physics textbooks before they give you the formula for something.
Non-engineering student: I looked in the back of the textbook.
Calculus is not some super-hard subject that only the most brilliant can handle. If you have a good teacher who explains things precisely, you can learn calculus. (Finding such a teacher, unfortunately, can be the hard part.)
Guy 2: Calculus? That sucks.
Guy 1: No it doesn't. I'm finally learning math that I can apply -- you can't be an engineer without it!
Otherwise, should still be taken to make transcript look better.