Almost eight months in -- and I think I may possibly be getting closer to conquering these suckers.
Let's just say this: no tears were shed today.
PWNtheSAT says I have until Monday, and then we're moving on to triangles. Yikes -- my other pain point.
I actually went so far as to pull every single function related problem out of the Blue Book (i.e. nested, graph, table, symbol, word, and parabola), and I'd say I'm about 3/4 of the way through with them -- to the point of being able to explain them to someone else.
Tomorrow I'm hitting the graphs, which feels like a walk in the park as compared to the nested functions of today.
The nesters still give me the biggest pain in the neck. i.e., these little guys:
In case this is helpful for anyone, here is my rendition of a "Nested Function" recipe:
I keep this (and other recipes) hanging on the walls all over my house.
NOTE: If you actually don't understand functions, PLEASE be sure to see a more legit recipe: PWNtheSAT
Illustrations by Jennifer Orkin Lewis
(Ev, this one's for you.)