# 06.30.2019: Calculus Made Easy Ch. 5; Systematic Theology Ch. 4

In which I learn about the authority of Scripture and how to differentiate equations with constants while listening to “The Hinderers” by Daath

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# 06.30.2019: Calculus Made Easy Ch. 5; Systematic Theology Ch. 4

# 06.26.2019: Calculus Made Easy Ch. 4

# 06.09.2019: One Chapter of Math – Calculus Made Easy: Chapter 3

# 06.05.2019: One Lesson of Math – Calculus Made Easy: Chapter 2

# 06.01.2019: One Chapter of Math – Calculus Made Easy: Chapter 1

# 05.28.2019: One Chapter of Math – Calculus Made Easy: Derivatives

# 05.27.2019: One Chapter of Math – Calculus Made Easy: Limits

# 05.26.2019: One Chapter of Math – Calculus Made Easy: Functions

# 05.15.2019: One Lesson of Math – The Final Exam of the Final Course

# 05.14.2019: One Lesson of Math – Studying, Part 3

# 05.13.2019: One Lesson of Math – Studying, Part 2

# 05.12.2019: One Lesson of Math – Studying, Part 1

In which I learn about the authority of Scripture and how to differentiate equations with constants while listening to “The Hinderers” by Daath

In which I learn to differentiate powers of x while listening to “Dethalbum II” by Dethklok

In which I learn about relative growth in the third chapter of Thompson’s “Calculus Made Easy” while listening to “Those Once Loyal” by Bolt Thrower

In which I learn about orders of smallness while listening to “Hin Vordende Sod & Sø” by Ásmegin

In which I read the first chapter of Thompson’s “Calculus Made Easy” while listening to “Majesty” by Victory Christian Centre

In which I learn about derivatives while listening to “The Blueprint Dives” by Extol

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