Thank God for 3G

Yesterday, I had a quiz on computational intelligence. Now I think all of us may had a strange quiz in one way or another. But this one? Oh my...

To start, the prof does not bring a proper question paper. He just use the digital over head projector, just to realize that the projection can't afford showing the whole paper and we need to ask him to shift the paper all the time.

Then he announce that it was an open-book quiz. And I was memorizing all those equations over the weekends. Great.

Just to make things better, he left the class like 4-5 times for 5 minutes, and you guess, everyone starts giggling and talking with each other.

Now, as it stands, there's a question that ask us to find the inverse of a 3x3 matrix. Some calculators can do that, but accidentally mine can't. Of course I can take the long way for it -- but it would take forever and I felt lazy. So, since it's an open book exam, somehow i got a pretty good idea.

There comes iPhone. Open safari. Google "Matrix inverse calculator" and voilla! Thank God for 3G. Haha.

Anyway, there was no class yesterday so I can go back early to cook meat sauce for tonight's lasagna. Yum! =)


Olivia Wijaya April 21, 2011 at 10:54 AM the part you use your iphone for looking for the matrix! I did something like that also using my iphone on my last quiz! Graduate subject kenapa ya kok quiznya kesannya ga serius...>.<

Jefri Sanusi Teguh April 24, 2011 at 4:47 PM  

Open book, not open iphone, by the way.

Ebi April 25, 2011 at 2:48 AM  

gw harus mikir2 untuk ngeplan 3G nih to.. hehe

fyi, harusnya voilà, bukan voilla..

~Kr!StO~ April 25, 2011 at 2:50 AM  

even though gw tau, gw males nulis proper pake unicode nya. mending popular formnya aja.. wkwkwk


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