My first internship + article

It's the middle of exam season and I'm successfully procrastinating while writing this article, so...that's great. Anyway, this post is going to be about how I got my first internship, and I'll link the article I've written as well as the company website. At the beginning of 11th grade, I was overwhelmed by the thought …

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In Full Swing

Aaand we're back! Yes, it's been quite a while since I've updated here, and while some of that can be attributed to some good ol' procrastination, most of it was because of the nightmarish experience that is IB stress. As the number of months since the school has reopened rises to three, I find myself …

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Exponents and Logarithms

From the Latin 'expo' for 'out of' and 'ponere' meaning 'place', exponents were first (recorded to have been) used in the 1544 book Arithemetica Integra by Michael Stifel. Meanwhile, John Napier and Joost Burgi invented logarithms independently. The former first published his findings in 1614. Exponents and Logarithms can be found in anything from finance to physics …

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