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Mostly just high school stuff. They didn't have a math class to offer me my senior year because they didn't have calculus or probabilities or any of that stuff. By the time I went back to school I had forgotten how to do it and almost had to take remedial algebra class, but ended up with 103 average for the semester. I took Chemistry and Physics which have math in them, but no advanced math. Not much college at all. What about you?

Math is oppressive and I refuse to participate in the white man's denigration of those who don't fit in their stereotypical misogynistic, homophobic, xenophobic world. https://reason.com/2019/10/22/seattlemathoppressiveculturalwoke/

I'm still learning new mathematics. But, at the university, I took 4 or 5 graduatelevel mathematics courses: 2 in numerical methods, 1 in partial differential equations, 1 in differential geometry and tensor calculus, and another in statistics, although I'm not sure that one counts. The numerical methods classes were practical, but not required for my degree, but the rest were cognate courses stipulated by the program I was trying to complete. Maybe surprising or maybe not, but, the numerical methods I learned are by far the most useful to me at my job.
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