https://groups.google.com/d/forum/sci.mathsci.mathMathematical discussions and pursuits.Google Groupshanson2015-03-31T02:14:49Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/TRAE8tFITNcRe: ***** Einstein Relic Found *****I am sure that Einstein's mom did not think that her baby's "penile trimmings" were "eine Ladung von Schweine Deck". (LOL) Have some respect, even when it's April 1. > PS: A decade that cast LONG shadows!: Albert Einstein = Mar 14, 1879 Joseph Stalin = Dec 18, 1878 F.D. RoArchimedes Plutonium2015-03-31T02:08:49Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/EqWv99FTn30Fundamental Theorem of Calculus must have the Derivative be a line-segment that is part of the function graph itself #127 Correcting Math 4th ed; (46) Uni-text 9thNow here again I turn to the best written textbook, in my opinion, in Old Math of Stewart's 5th ed, 2003. Stewart wrote the best textbook of Old Math because he is a teacher foremost wanting to teach new students what the Calculus is, unlike Strang, Ellis&Gulick, Fisher&Ziebur, and especially ApArchimedes Plutonium2015-03-31T02:07:07Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/Zl3N2ujjBpwChat on how unbeknownst to Stewart page 184 proves the Derivative is a vector of the function graphEasier proof that the Derivative is a vector is page 184-185 of Stewart where he tries to prove the Power Formula. But unbeknownst to Stewart is that he actually proves the Derivative must be a line segment part of the graph function and thus a vector with magnitude and that h->0 in the Limit isArchimedes Plutonium2015-03-30T20:27:57Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/JSqGDz_-cG0Derivative is a line-segment, hypotenuse of right-triangle and a vector #126 Correcting Math 4th ed; (45) Uni-text 9thLooks like my adventure of laying the Calculus clear still needs some details. When a person clears out the mess of Old Math with its Calculus, there are many spots that need to be polished and more deeply re-examined and altered for the new and correct definitions. In Old Math, their derivativJohn Gabriel2015-03-30T18:05:55Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/ZOgm1bUb9uUSome of you are struggling to understand what definition means. This comment should help.1. a statement of the exact meaning of a word, especially in a dictionary. an exact statement or description of the nature, scope, or meaning of something. "our definition of what constitutes poetry" synonyms: meaning, denotation, sense; More the action or process of defining somethiEd Conrad2015-03-30T15:56:01Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/WkVm_SP4-ZoSMITHSONIAN BEING FITTED FOR A NEW PINSTRIPE SUIThttps://lynnrockets.files.wordpress.com/2012/06/prisoner3.gif http://alt.fan.ed-conrad.narkive.com/e4dDB9As/smithsonian-guilty-of-a-crime-against-humanityJohn Gabriel2015-03-30T15:36:16Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/tdhu3CFPjxwBlackmailer Dan Christensen aka DCPROOF can't deny he has been lying, slandering and abusing for yearsThere is a lot more to this troll, libeler and harasser: http://mathforum.org/kb/thread.jspa?forumID=13&threadID=2276734&messageID=7493331 You could easily be his next victim. Do the right thing and get him off the internet and behind bars where he belongs: http://www.ic3.gov/contact/John Gabriel2015-03-30T08:34:18Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/hcigjmX_aoIDan Christensen: CEASE AND DESIST DEMANDTroll Dan, you had better take this seriously, because it's going to happen soon. I am a citizen of the United States and this law applies in my case. CEASE AND DESIST DEMAND Pursuant to Title 17 of the United States Code March 30, 2015 Dan Christensen (Chief Troll of Sci.Math) 2465 Idiot Strremy2015-03-30T08:26:13Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/NQ3Q67qJ0Q8crypto asymetrique 4/12a little reminder http://remyaumeunier.chez-alice.fr/pdf/cryptoasymetriqueExplication.pdf if you find anything I can put a bottle of champagne in games price 100 euro =champagne in french + shipping beginning 9/mars /2015 end of the party 3 / Jun / 2015 goal of the game go faster than brute fDan Christensen2015-03-30T04:48:12Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/aK8UMlCb4swDefining an infinite setThere is currently an ongoing vigorous debate (to say the least) about the nature and even existence of infinite sets. Here, I repost an excerpt from my blog posting, "Infinity: The Story So Far" where I develop the notion of an infinite set, starting by developing the notion of a FINITE set.William Elliot2015-03-30T03:24:20Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/0m8ux1urvH4Preserving compact and connected sets.If f:R^n -> R^m preserves connectedness and compactness, is f continuous? ---Archimedes Plutonium2015-03-29T23:42:25Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/nMk5GEn8cyMChat on the likelihood that there is a 2nd Fund.Theor.Calculus-- Arclength to Line-IntegralNow we all know the 1st Fundamental Theorem of Calculus that the Derivative is inverse to Integral with respect to the function graph g(x). However, in New Math, the Derivative is a vector with two quantities-- rate of change as expressed by vector direction as a **angle** of hypotenuse; and, aJohn Gabriel2015-03-29T23:18:29Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/LbBgBovs3P80.875... is exactly equal to 1! Chuckle.Pick up on the debate here with a STATU member called Colin: http://www.spacetimeandtheuniverse.com/math/4507-0-999-equal-one-515-print.html Colin is a mythmatician. To learn more about the first and only rigorous calculus in human history: http://thenewcalculus.weebly.comJohn Gabriel2015-03-29T19:17:05Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/Hf4mg25CDIw0.999... = 1 common fake proofs debunked.1. The 10x "proof": x=object 10x=10*object 9x=9*object x=object You can be certain that if "object" undergoes any mutation in that algorithm, then you've done something very wrong. What you put in must be exactly what you get out - in appearance, in value, in every other wayJaakov2015-03-29T17:38:19Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/7F3UnSF6UmAgraph theory questionDear all: is there a name for a directed graph, in which for each pair of vertices (a,b) there is at most one path from a to b ? Thanks in advance, Jaakov.John Gabriel2015-03-29T17:27:27Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/NKNbLM51wtwAnother troll DC response.http://math.stackexchange.com/questions/1184516/question-about-propositional-logic/1184794#1184794 The question is: But for the material implication, A implies B, I can't really get the truth table. For example: Let A be the statement that "I washed my dishes today." Let B be the statement tJohn Gabriel2015-03-29T17:10:32Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/PD0Aw6Xgpa0Troll DC responds to more questions at math stack exchange.So troll DC tries to answer this one too: http://math.stackexchange.com/questions/9933/why-is-negative-times-negative-positive/10372#10372 Question asked: Why is negative times negative = positive? I won't even deal with troll DC's response as it's a load of junk. The comment closest to theJohn Gabriel2015-03-29T16:37:26Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/QP0MyKOY2FgTroll DC tries to prove 2+2=4.Our troll has been fairly active over at the myth exchange: http://math.stackexchange.com/questions/896867/is-there-a-way-to-prove-that-22-really-equals-4/896885#896885: The question asked is: In elementary school, one learns that 2+2=4 by experiment (putting two apples next to two other appNot Nice2015-03-29T16:31:26Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/yRG3orMpzykWOE IS ME!http://alt.fan.ed-conrad.narkive.com/pZ8c1DwQ/ed-conrad-gets-lifetime-ban-from-news-grouJohn Gabriel2015-03-29T15:59:03Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/nL3RcDQ3Rg8No, it's not true that [0,1] has the same amount of numbers as [0,2].Math Stack Exchange user asks: If there is an infinite amount of numbers between 0 and 1, shouldn't there be twice that amount between 0 and 2? Troll DC responds: No. Every real number in the interval [0,1] can be mapped one-to-one to every real number in [0,2] using the function f(x)=2x. SoJohn Gabriel2015-03-29T15:29:42Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/EfdMrergXXMA lesson for professors of statistics and mathematics with regards to the arithmetic mean.1. A class AM of grades is completely useless because students can't share their grades. One of the characteristics with regards to a statistic is the information one can glean from it, without having to re-examine the data, especially if the sample is large. Suppose that you have a class A oJohn Gabriel2015-03-29T13:53:10Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/zxbBT1FJ0CYSome of my applets banned by Geogebra explain mainstream theory better than mythmaticians themselves.A basic introduction to the limit notion: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B-mOEooW03iLbHFSSy1PVWtxTHM&authuser=0 A more detailed explanation of how to relate epsilon and delta, including an eye-opening realisation of what L = min(a, 1/b) actually means: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B-mWM2015-03-29T09:57:28Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/2pBfI6p8R4sMathematics is the science of structures.Given the following sequence of structures 1 1 2,1 1 2,1 3,2,1 a mathematician can try to find the continuation. In some cases he can even find a proper limit. In this case however, that is impossible. Regards, WMSundaresh Venugopal2015-03-29T08:52:03Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/ux3ELJ1ktx0Binary GCDHere is the recursive definition, GCD(M,N) = GCD(M/2,N/2) iff M mod 2 != N mod 2, & GCD(M,N) = 2*GCD(M/2,N/2) + M mod 2 otherwise. My justification for the latter case is backward reasoning only. If M mod 2 = 0, this is clearly true. If M mod 2 = 1, then Let GCD(M,N) = D, We have M = D*X,William Elliot2015-03-29T07:29:32Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/IbhSpxbQOhAAnthing Inside?No, this isn't about sci.math's favorite irrationals. Assume (S,d) is an unbounded connected metric space and 0 < r < s. Is int (B(a,s) - B(b,r)) not empty? For such spaces, for all r > 0, a in S, there's some x with d(a,x) = r. On the other hand, if for all r > 0, a in S, there's some x wArchimedes Plutonium2015-03-29T07:27:31Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/-IWsimnk61EChat on the history of important Calculus dates of discovery, 1684, 1687, 2013Alright, I need a reference to specific dates of the discovery of Calculus. In 1684, Leibniz wrote the Nova Methodus pro Maximis et Minimis In 1687, Newton wrote Principia Mathematica In 2013 AP wrote True Calculus, 1st edition that uses Cell theory and the infinitesimal and throws out the phArchimedes Plutonium2015-03-29T07:07:27Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/4iVn6sOjk2QMore chat on Derivative definition as being a line-segment, a hypotenuse, a vector in New MathLooks like my adventure of laying the Calculus clear still needs some details. When a person clears out the mess of Old Math with its Calculus, there are many spots that need to be polished and altered for the new and correct definitions. In Old Math, their derivative was a "single point" on thArchimedes Plutonium2015-03-28T22:43:54Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/WRKQY72k5jYChat on how the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus must have the Derivative a line segment of the function graphNow here again I turn to the best written textbook in Old Math of Stewart's 5th ed, 2003. Stewart wrote the best textbook of Old Math because he is a teacher foremost wanting to teach new students what the Calculus is, unlike Strang, Ellis&Gulick, Fisher&Ziebur, and foremost Apostol who wrote booArchimedes Plutonium2015-03-28T22:00:29Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/PDeu6cAL2PQWhy the Derivative must be a line-segment, a vector in New Math #125 Correcting Math 4th ed; (44) Uni-text 9thWhy the derivative cannot be a point of tangency; Stewart's text page 857 As I wrote previously, Old Math with its Limit concept makes the derivative be a single point, a single point of the original graph of the function and makes the integral sum over line segments that have no interior area.Jose Canucee2015-03-28T16:56:22Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/bnPKN5DfjnMLOST AND FOUND DEPT.Please excuse the interruption . . . I found these strange-looking rocks between coal veins. I understand some nitwit on the Internet has some just like them and claims his are petrified human body parts that are 280,000,000 years old. Please identify mine and they're yours. htWM2015-03-28T10:42:51Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/jdGdPXiSr84Set theory depends on what we intend to do and not on what we do.The following sequence of matrices is constructed by appending finite rows: 1 1 2,1 1 2,1 3,2,1 and so on. It has, according to set theory, a limit, namely aleph_0 natural numbers in every column but not aleph_0 natural numbers in any line. The following sequence of matrices is constNot Nice2015-03-28T08:46:45Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/qb-2yF7U5gwYou';ve got to be a psychopath to enjoy this videohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VmffgIqlAYA ====== http://www.edconrad.orgArchimedes Plutonium2015-03-27T21:44:33Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/qYyAy9T1gTAChat: strong evidence Derivative is a vector and not a point of tangency-- Stewart page 547Remarkable, absolutely remarkable, for on page 547 Stewart CALCULUS, 5th ed. 2003, shows a picketfence construction of the Arclength in Figure 3 where he has Pi-1 with Pi a right-trapezoid or picketfence and on page 548 describes the math involved as |Pi-1Pi| = SQRT((dx)^2 + (dyi)^2 In otherjonas.t...@gmail.com2015-03-27T21:21:10Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/4145-qLiLAkMathematics behind computational complexity?The number of highlevel operations is less the higher the base you work in. But does it lower the computational complexity overall? One could save results of operations and save them in a multi array. And then you could reduce the work to a search operation, rather than bitwise manipulations ofjonas.t...@gmail.com2015-03-27T20:18:48Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/Bj-KJR4bflUNot strictly mathematical, computational complexity?What happen to the computational complexity when you do the math in higher bases, does it stay the same, better or worse?Dr. Jai Maharaj2015-03-27T17:53:08Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/xsRxELLO6CwRe: . An Infinite Series Of Prime Numbers . Theorem and Proof . One Pager .In article <mailto:e6d98fe6-3356-41cd-bf84-4e319744ec1c@googlegroups.com>, h.s.n...@gmail.com posted: > > ..date 27 mar 2015 fri 1014 am. > .. title . An Infinite Series Of Prime Numbers . Theorem and Proof . One Pager > . > > Finding large prime numbers and proving that there are infinitely manyJürgen R.2015-03-27T14:21:27Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/ht3dVl8SX_ILesson #11 for Muecke MueckenheimLesson #11: Formal Fallacy We had several lessons about informal fallacies. They didn't help. Today we have a nice example of a formal fallacy. Maybe this will help. --------------------------------------------- Muecke: Zermelo proved that "every set can be well-ordered". That is false. V:Moderator2015-03-27T14:16:30Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/z6qGKKD_cMYWHO SAYS NO ONE IS IN ED CONRAD'S CORNER?MODERATOR: This is a complete list of compliments that Ed Conrad has received over the years congratulating him for his hard work and perseverance in getting the general public to accept his mind-boggling discoveries of petrified human remains between coal veins:) ========Archimedes Plutonium2015-03-27T10:53:39Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/iUdmLsPCkoMChat on strong evidence the Derivative is a vector already, and not a point of tangency; Fisher&Ziebur page 432Now I am using Fisher & Ziebur 2nd edition 1965, which is the textbook I used as Freshman at UC in 1968. Fisher and Ziebur are strong on their development of the arclength for on page 432 they give the formula: L = INT: a to b of sqrt(x'^2 + y'^2) dt Do you recognize that formula? It is theArchimedes Plutonium2015-03-27T05:46:37Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/SnGoO-GQjuAChat on why the derivative cannot be a point of tangency; Stewart's text page 857As I wrote previously, Old Math with its Limit concept makes the derivative be a single point and makes the integral sum over line segments. Whereas New Math makes the derivative the hypotenuse of the right triangle atop a picketfence where the integral is the summation of picketfences areas. SWilliam Elliot2015-03-27T04:26:42Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/89TOxFyt0uwString SpacesLet A be a multipoint set of symbolds. For each ordinal eta, let S_eta = \/{ A^xi | xi < eta } be the set of strings of length < eta and R_eta = S_S(eta) - S_eta with the subspace topology, be the residual of S_S(eta), the strings of length eta. S_eta is given the open intervArchimedes Plutonium2015-03-26T21:11:35Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/H-xFxU_Dk34Chat on why the derivative cannot be a point of tangency but rather a hypotenuse line segmentAlright, in my last post to True Calculus text and Correcting Math text: "summary why Old Math with Limit is phony math #124 Correcting Math 4th ed; (43) Uni-text 9th" I did not satisfactorily complete the conversation on why the Derivative cannot be a single point. In Old Math, their derivArchimedes Plutonium2015-03-26T20:56:45Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/Vj1AzP0gimoTHREE PROOFS INFINITY BORDERLINE IS 1*10^-604 microinfinity, with 1*10^604 macroinfinityTHREE PROOFS INFINITY BORDERLINE IS 1*10^-604 microinfinity, with 1*10^604 macroinfinity Editing and commentary corner: For the first time I list three different proofs, first a Geometry proof; second, a part Algebra proof and the third another Geometry proof, although the tractrix geometry proMok-Kong Shen2015-03-26T10:37:01Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/VkMr1y6SxBsHOMOPHONE, a modern encryption scheme based on homophonic substitutionshttp://s13.zetaboards.com/Crypto/topic/7357199/1/ M. K. ShenHul Tytus2015-03-26T10:01:52Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/ZC2XqrEJ9HARotating a point in xyzsci.math Rotating a point in xyz I've been looking at the routine rotate3dpt() posted by John Forkosh and shown below, but the code examples: if ( 0 ) { plen = sqrt( ((p.x)*(p.x)) + ((p.y)*(p.y)) + ((p.z)*(p.z)) ); if ( plen < 0.0000001 ) goto end_of_job; p.x /= plen; p.y /= plen;Archimedes Plutonium2015-03-26T08:41:59Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/LDTCHy1C3IESquare-root of Sphere Volume & Cube-root of Circle Area first takes place by infinity borderline being 1*10^-604I decided to make this proof of Infinity Borderline my top proof instead of the other two: (1) Square of Sphere Volume & Cube of Circle Area (2) Algebraic Completeness due to regular-polyhedra evenly divisible by 5!=120 (3) Tractrix area equals Circle Area for the first time at 10^-603 Place VJohn Gabriel2015-03-26T05:20:20Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/GOF9HilzkJwA journey in the sewer that was Cantor's brain.http://www.spacetimeandtheuniverse.com/math/4507-0-999-equal-one-505.html#post26575 Only one of the academic fools on Quora was able to answer the Quiz correctly. His name is Anders Kaesorg (holds a master degree from MIT). Unfortunately AK did not pay sufficient attention to details as one canVincent Granville2015-03-26T01:58:07Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/OOJT3yGqVl8Challenge of the week: mathematical paradox, $500,000 awardThis week we investigate a very interesting question about continued fractions. We start with the recursion f(n) = 1 / (1 + n*f(n+1)) for n > 1 [1] with the initial condition f(1) = a. Regardless of a and n, this leads to f(2) = 1/(1+2/(1+3/(1+4/... 1/(1+n*f(n+1))...))) [2] for any n >Ross A. Finlayson2015-03-26T01:15:58Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/RgZq7k-kGhsReductioAs physics is particle and wave, mathematics is counting and numbering.