Hello! Mathematics Discussion



06032016, 08:50 PM




RE: Hello! Mathematics Discussion
(06032016 08:36 PM)AbelianGrape Wrote: What calculus textbook did you use in your course?Calculus: Early Transcendentals I always thought the book title sounded like some kind of newage spiritual meditation guide involving calculus. lol "Be one with the integral. Ohmmmmm" If we came from dust, then why is there still dust? 

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06032016, 11:42 PM




RE: Hello! Mathematics Discussion
(06032016 08:23 PM)AbelianGrape Wrote:(06032016 08:16 PM)Banjo Wrote: I like 4/4 5/4 & 17/16. Does that count? They're time signatures. NOTE: Member, Tomasia uses this site to slander other individuals. He then later proclaims it a joke, but not in public. I will call him a liar and a dog here and now. Banjo. 

07032016, 12:10 AM




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(06032016 08:33 PM)AbelianGrape Wrote:(06032016 08:24 PM)Anjele Wrote: I can't math. All that is very true. Yes there are some here, (not so much me) who are math geniuses. (Girly and Chas). I always was bored by math until i realized it could help me win at the race track. I get that it can be "elegant". I"m trying to read Godel. It's more understandable now than the last time I tried. Insufferable knowitall. It is objectively immoral to kill innocent babies. Please stick to the guilty babies. 

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07032016, 02:10 AM




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(07032016 12:10 AM)Bucky Ball Wrote: I always was bored by math until i realized it could help me win at the race track. Is this a joke or true? Do you still 'race track' ? Marburg virus, Ebola, Rabies, HIV, Smallpox, Hantavirus, Dengue Fever all brought to you by god  who cares for us and loves us all 

07032016, 06:20 AM




RE: Hello! Mathematics Discussion
(06032016 08:50 PM)cactus Wrote:(06032016 08:36 PM)AbelianGrape Wrote: What calculus textbook did you use in your course?Calculus: Early Transcendentals Yes. I think transcendental refers to transcendental numbers i.e numbers that cannot be expressed as the root of a polynomial with integer coefficients like pi and e. 

07032016, 06:25 AM




RE: Hello! Mathematics Discussion
1/12th.
Give me your argument in the form of a published paper, and then we can start to talk. 

07032016, 06:31 AM




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(06032016 08:49 PM)Fireball Wrote:(06032016 07:29 PM)AbelianGrape Wrote: Hello, Well there is declarative knowledge that declares things like "a prime number is a number with only 2 divisors, 1 and itself". Imperative knowledge would be like the Sieve of Eratosthenes which finds prime numbers. 

07032016, 06:34 AM




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Marburg virus, Ebola, Rabies, HIV, Smallpox, Hantavirus, Dengue Fever all brought to you by god  who cares for us and loves us all 

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07032016, 07:08 AM




RE: Hello! Mathematics Discussion
I don't know nothing about nothing.
Welcome. 

07032016, 07:15 AM




RE: Hello! Mathematics Discussion
Double post. Yes, 1/12 would have been better.
Give me your argument in the form of a published paper, and then we can start to talk. 

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