Mar
22
Many people studying for CCIE are looking for a solution to better memorize and retain the new information. The biggest enemy of good memory is the fact that speed of forgetting is directly proportional to the amount of information learned. One can actually start off this and write a simple ordinary differential equation that models the forgetting process: dY(t)/dt = V – aY(t) where Y(t) is the amount of information memorized at moment t and V is the speed of the new information being... Read More

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