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(1) The union of the sequence of intervals [1/n, 1] is (0, 1]. The analytical limit of the sequence of intervals [1/n, 1] is [0, 1]. (2) The union of the sequence of FISONs {1}, {1, 2}, {1, 2, 3}, ... has less then aleph_0 elements. The limit of the sequence of FISONs {1}, {1, 2}, {1, 2,https://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/QfQi79-V8SY
WMFri, 09 Dec 2016 10:19:48 UTCUniv Western Ontario failures in graphing// Stonethrowing Theory, HACNS1 genetics page52
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Univ Western Ontario failures in graphing// Stonethrowing Theory, HACNS1 genetics page52 On Friday, December 9, 2016 at 1:32:26 AM UTC-6, Dan Christensen wrote: > On Friday, December 9, 2016 at 1:41:25 AM UTC-5, Archimedes Plutonium wrote: > > Take a graph paper and make your unit square 1by1https://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/-JGOmxSYc6I
Archimedes PlutoniumFri, 09 Dec 2016 08:17:10 UTCThe two new calculus operators dy+dx and dy-dx
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Now this is taught in college calculus. It has it's very own fundamental theorem as does integral versus derivative. It concerns itself with at length and right triangle altitude. So with compass draw a 1/4 circle. Now you want the arclength. So enclose the arc in right triangle havinghttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/-JNdM4gpKOc
Archimedes PlutoniumFri, 09 Dec 2016 05:39:44 UTCrough Page71, 8-15, Calculus of sine and cosine in High School--Correcting Math textbook 5th ed.
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Alright, teacher, have the students get out a fresh sheet of graph paper or one completely erased and we re-do the sine and cosine. Here is the graph using a compass for a semicircle of radius 1 and centered on (1,0) and a quartercircle centered on (0,0) in 10 Grid: 1. , _ . .https://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/9RSxMOn9Nvc
Archimedes PlutoniumFri, 09 Dec 2016 03:44:12 UTC----- ----- ----- estimated value
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consider (1) below under the given conditions. Conditions: all the variables are integers each > 0 h^6 -(21g^2)h^4 +(35g^4)h^2 - 7(g^6+d^7)h^0 = 0 (1) Question: Is is possible to estimate the value of (d/7) for given g and h. Any helpful suggestion to investigate the question will behttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/W85QL7-HL48
DeepkdebThu, 08 Dec 2016 20:26:47 UTCTruth is available only to those who have the courage to question whatever they have been taught.
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Truth is available only to those who have the courage to question whatever they have been taught. Indeed. When does knowledge become untouchable, after 100 years? 200 years? 2000 years? I say, NEVER. All knowledge is questionable. No knowledge is ever past further investigation. Allhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/2_Sz4hV8ayg
John GabrielThu, 08 Dec 2016 19:51:51 UTCDeduction: The Only Method in Theoretical Physics
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http://backreaction.blogspot.bg/2016/12/no-physicists-have-no-fear-of-math-but.html Sabine Hossenfelder: "Math can do a lot of things for you, but in the end it's merely a device to derive consequences from assumptions." Yes, deducing consequences from assumptions, or, more precisely,https://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/xqZj9br1b1w
Pentcho ValevThu, 08 Dec 2016 15:01:29 UTCA is a positive number < 1, with infinite sequence of digits
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Why is a positive number < 1, with infinite sequence of digits (in any number system) always a rational number in mind only? I know this contradicts your education about the rational number, but it does not matter what was your education, since many times in the history, people were foundhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/isMOJDv8b40
bassam king karzeddinThu, 08 Dec 2016 14:10:12 UTCp!=np proof
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meThu, 08 Dec 2016 10:31:47 UTC$1000 loan for 2 yrs. @ 10% per annum|Schmuck bank|vs|Abe and Aaron bank
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Both Schmuck bank and Abe and Aaron bank are willing to lend me a loan that I would have to repay at the end of two years. The effective annual interest rate is 10% When I asked each of the two banks how to calculate the loan amount, both of them gave me the following formulahttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/YR2AOBZ4QiM
Uncle Tom Jr.Thu, 08 Dec 2016 10:31:08 UTCEinstein et le voyage dans le futur
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http://www.larecherche.fr/le-voyage-dans-le-temps-science-ou-fiction Marc Lachièze-Rey : "Mais si visiter le futur est théoriquement envisageable, un retour vers le passé nécessite d'invoquer des formes exotiques de matière et des conjectures empêchant des situations trop paradoxales."https://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/5eK-NN42E5M
Pentcho ValevThu, 08 Dec 2016 09:48:05 UTCPage69, 8-13, Derivative Power Rule for Y=x^2, Y=x^3, Y=x^3 - x^2 --Correcting Math textbook 5th ed.
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Now, the students need practice on the derivative power rule and especially on the visuals of the hypotenuse-chord. Keep in mind the hypotenuse chord involves a midpoint and a "immediate past point" and a immediate future point. We are going to graph and find the derivative of many points ofhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/GJRqFI4sjB0
Archimedes PlutoniumThu, 08 Dec 2016 03:25:04 UTCPage68, 8-12, Start the Derivative and Derivative Power Rule Calculus--Correcting Math textbook 5th ed.
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Alright, time is pressing. Now I called it the MidPoint theorem as noted above but did some research and it is called also the Right Triangle Circumcenter Perpendicutar Bisector Theorem, and I will just call it the Midpoint theorem for short. And the first proofs were back in Ancient Greekhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/SC8vQTxB0dk
Archimedes PlutoniumThu, 08 Dec 2016 03:23:03 UTCCauchy Riemann equations
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Suppose the partial derivatives of f are continuous. I'm looking for an online proof that if f satisfies the Cauchy Riemann equations then f (C->C) is differentiable. Of course, Google brings up lots of hits but they all seem to either skip the proof entirely or leave out lots of detailshttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/OV5_WCTIC4c
PaulThu, 08 Dec 2016 03:18:02 UTCPage67, 8-11, Midpoint Diagram, most important figure of Calculus--Power Rules for Integral & Differentiation,,,Correcting Math textbook 5th ed.
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Page67, 8-11, Midpoint Diagram, most important figure of Calculus--Power Rules for Integral & Differentiation,,,Correcting Math textbook 5th ed. Alright, let me continue from previous page where I explained the meaning of the prefix of (1/(n+1)) in the Integral Power Rule of (1/(n+1)) x^(n+1).https://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/dSMbujWvr3g
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