In short, the student, 9th grade, Want to be a programmer. Learn the basics. But with the math and physics well, very tight. What to do? Or University do not need?

In short, the student, 9th grade. Want to be a programmer. Learn the basics. But with the math and physics well, very tight. What to do?What to do? Or University do not need?
June 14th 19 at 18:57
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June 14th 19 at 18:59
if you math in the 9th grade can not learn to be a programmer it's just not for you.
or learning to solve problems (not just math) , or join the ranks of managers to sell some crap.
if you math in the 9th grade can not learn to be a programmer it's just not for you.

*But it's not exactly - esmeralda_Nolan commented on June 14th 19 at 19:02
well ie you would have entrusted the development of any complex product to the person who can not learn such as the addition of fractions? - owen.Block commented on June 14th 19 at 19:05
the question is not that I would trust, and whether people not versed in mathematics to learn programming to be a programmer.
I believe so — the more knowledge you can always get, so to speak, "in process". - esmeralda_Nolan commented on June 14th 19 at 19:08
dude , can you think of anything, you can assume that he can become even albert Einstein, however his intellect is weak, if he can't sort out trivial things like the school curriculum for the 9th grade.
He had no other option how to learn to understand at least in such trivial things like somewhere to move on.
PS
formally - not the programmers. - owen.Block commented on June 14th 19 at 19:11
what you say, just objectively, but subjectively. You think so, I understand you perfectly, but adds that if a person does not understand as you say "trivial things", it is not a reason to give up on the prospect of becoming a decent developer. - esmeralda_Nolan commented on June 14th 19 at 19:14
Yes Yes, the next step is to say that if a person can not master reading and arithmetic - it does not put an end to the career of a programmer)
That his mother will say he can do what he wants.
the reality is such that he didn't get anywhere, the market which is ALREADY full of people who all well understand and realize. - owen.Block commented on June 14th 19 at 19:17
The time is 10 and 11 classes in the school, and then mathematics at the University. To work is still far. - sunny commented on June 14th 19 at 19:20
June 14th 19 at 19:01
And what does "tight with math and physics"? Don't you know? Or not interested? To the University on the programmer without a knowledge of these subjects not to do.

When I had, I prepared these items. Just got the book "Mathematics for applicants" and "Physics for applicants" and both of them passed. You can do it another way. To take textbooks physics 6 (or grade 7, I do not know what is now taught), and read them to solve problems. In these subjects, there is nothing magical or superlong, just don't slip in obscure places, and they have all the forces himself to chew.
June 14th 19 at 19:03
Dude, before you get upset with the fact that math and physics can't do something. Of course, these items would better be understood as forms, albeit not as direct algorithmic/programming, but analytical thinking for sure! To see it turns out programming or not, can solve tasks "And" on codeforces.com/, also extremely useful. About the University, it is better to go to an urban specialty, because when a few years are cooked in this environment, it is still bad poor, and broader. And being a programmer is constantly learning something new, that's for sure! Ie if you want to become a programmer, you need to learn how to learn, and have a constant desire to develop and learn, learn, learn, progati to progate to Pragati!
June 14th 19 at 19:05
Hire a tutor if dumb. To read the textbook, if a normal person. The first option, if you just need answers to the exam and everything. Second - if you want to learn something.
You in the childhood tutor hurt? - esmeralda_Nolan commented on June 14th 19 at 19:08
and why do you need a tutor, if there is a teacher in the school? Need a tutor or for what to bring on some ILDs, or for just a slowpoke, so to speak.
Of course, there are people who just want to talk about, for example, differentials with someone. Or someone wants to save time and not to read a million pages of the textbook. But it is not a necessity for admission to the UNIVERSITY. - owen.Block commented on June 14th 19 at 19:11
Someone should please chew subject, not as a teacher in the school. - esmeralda_Nolan commented on June 14th 19 at 19:14
never encountered such bad teachers. - owen.Block commented on June 14th 19 at 19:17
Will enlighten ka which school it is necessary to give the child to so not to face? Half of the country where the children give. In fact, in any school, God forbid that 2-3 teachers were good. - esmeralda_Nolan commented on June 14th 19 at 19:20
Perhaps children are afraid to ask. Of course, my high school teacher didn't know either what is called a polynomial. But he gave me a Handbook that I found it. - owen.Block commented on June 14th 19 at 19:23
also wanted to offer to hire a tutor. And he's not obyazatelno needs to coach. It's kind of formulaic thinking. And from the tutor depends, and from customer requests, so to speak. - sunny commented on June 14th 19 at 19:26
Tutors good as motivation, when you give your blood, once hurt anything for them not to. - Jaqueline.Parisian commented on June 14th 19 at 19:29
June 14th 19 at 19:07
In the work of the programmer often come across problems whose solution requires development of the whole layer technology (sometimes). Many thicker books mathematics textbooks. Working as a programmer - you need to constantly learn the amount of knowledge necessary for the project sometimes exceeds years of schooling - and they have to learn in a short period of time.

So here's the first task in programming is to prepare for the exams. If this task can not afford, it is better to think about other professions.

ps Over the years, a large part of mathematics is not needed, but the ability to solve mathematical problems is priceless.
June 14th 19 at 19:09
Don't understand the mathematics and physics in 9th grade, but want to be a programmer - weird. For starters, in your place, I would have thought if you do the logic required for programming. Maybe you should do something else, because programming is an endless training, and you can't even complete the 9th grade. I myself am a student now but do not experience any problems with these items, considering that they are studying in math. Lyceum. Almost all the material of the past (8) class I calmly walked himself because of illness was absent six months. And, frankly, I see nothing complicated in having to repeat the whole training program from 5th to 9th class (and you need it, once you have "tight"), because all school knowledge given in this period, is very primitive. And, most importantly, better you to make up for all the lost time now than to delay until the 11th grade (then you have to learn these things, because the importance of the exam has not been canceled), because then it will be too late.

Personally, I just took the tutorial and read it, well, sometimes googling topics that are not understood. Maybe you Oksfordskie tutorials will help or something like that. In General, do not see anything difficult to repeat. Strange that you do this question is asked here (because you set a million like).
About the math - I confirm that the school curriculum is algebra takes 3 months for ~20 hours a week. - esmeralda_Nolan commented on June 14th 19 at 19:12
June 14th 19 at 19:11
While you're still at school, before graduation 3 years to learn. Tightens math and other matter, while it is possible (it will be then, but the time and the price may be different). If you go seriously into development, then you will understand this by myself (maybe not even in the next 5-10 years). If you offer a million (metaphorical knowledge) that you can use in a few years, which will bring you dividends, then don't. Otherwise you can give up to a million and from dividends.
June 14th 19 at 19:13
Grade 9. After school play tanks or bunker, and in the evening running around the girls or with the boys in the football/beer. Who is in 9th grade thinking about programming and how to act?
June 14th 19 at 19:15
I pulled a classmate in the 11th grade. But the truth is he took for himself in the last year, but took himself.
The University did the entrance exams and I was helping, but then the guy began to learn...
It is important to take and understand.

To hammer will not work (this is not a path). Maybe the explanation problem for some sites implies that the branching conditions that any complex task in the textbook (and I as I remember and it was not such) rests. To score once, and then also to score... and did not understand how the code works fine...

And indeed, mathematics is needed in order to think "forward"...

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