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u/ELFAHBEHT_SOOP · 6 pointsr/mathmemes
u/kharedryl · 5 pointsr/gatech

We'll be teaching our daughter calculus when she arrives in November.

u/kcrobinson · 5 pointsr/predaddit
u/hansn · 4 pointsr/Parenting

The problem is actually an interesting one: the solid formed by rotating y=1/x around the x-axis has an infinite surface area but finite volume. The intuition is you could fill it with paint but never paint the inside.

I have been meaning to buy this book.

u/CATHOLIC_EXTREMIST · 4 pointsr/todayilearned
u/la_capitana · 3 pointsr/funny

Wow that’s a real book!
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u/ooryl2 · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Introductory Calculus For Infants is useful for giving your youngling a good headstart in math! Can't wait for our youngling to be able to try it out

u/ellemenopeaqu · 3 pointsr/CautiousBB

We're both engineers, so we're thinking of a picture of two of our textbooks with something silly like Introductory Calculus for Infants between them.

It's a little silly, but more cute than just posting an ultrasound picture to facebook.

u/ben1996123 · 3 pointsr/math

how about this?

u/gloubenterder · 2 pointsr/startrek

He's pretty darn young. Still, calculus is incredibly broad, and can be taught at different levels. If there's middle school calculus, high school calculus and college calculus (or many different levels), why not also elementary school calculus? Perhaps with interactive learning resources, it could even be quite fun and intuitive (though unfortunately they don't seem to be reaching this kid).

Heck, there's even introductory calculus for infants!

u/samantha_pants · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I had to add that :)

I think that the next more nerdy thing I have is introductory calculus for infants or the star trek costumes...

u/unstablereality · 2 pointsr/daddit


One of my son's favorites is the story about the X. He loves Introductory Calculus for Infants.

u/tesseraktik · 1 pointr/startrek

Indeed, there's calculus for all ages, and I'll bet that with good teachers and the right tools, you can teach even the most ordinary third-grader some fairly deep stuff. Maybe he isn't writing complex proofs using fourier analysis, but finding the incline and extreme points of polynomials ... that sounds doable.

Proof of concept: Introductory Calculus For Infants

u/revrigel · 1 pointr/math

I haven't looked at it in great detail myself (I am geographically separated from said nephew), but you can peek inside it a little bit with Amazon's Search Inside feature.

u/deeMunny · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

It's so much fun to read books that you love with your baby! We have Introductory Calculus For Infants and my 1.5 year old LOVES it. Someone has to teach your child to be awesome. Might as well be you.

u/mrsmarvtracey · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Happy Almost Labor Day!

This just because, and this because I am counting on my kid to make me a lot of money some day!


u/blumpkintron · 1 pointr/Denver

Haha, I fully plan to do the same with my future kids. I think part of the reason I was always into science and stuff as a kid is that my Grandfather (RIP) was an aerospace engineer, and was really really adamant about teaching me math that was considered "way beyond" my age level. When I got into first grade, I already knew more algebra and geometry than most kids in middle school. It really, really helped me get through most of high school, until he died and then I no longer had a built-in tutor. I think it's really important for kids to have reinforcement at home. When I have my first kid, this is the first thing I'm putting on my baby shower registry.

u/0x10000 · 1 pointr/ScienceParents

(It's actually more of a joke than something really pedagogical).

u/macbezz · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Make me smile Rasta!