5749

Published my novel!
Oh yes! http://fantasticaz.blogspot.com/2013/08/the-super-novel-hiding-full-and-final.html

Muttakin

Aug 24, 2013

#5749
5748

zivyv
how are you doing? some news: http://www.nemoservicios.com/ww/qgnclt/vaa.php?nzmk.html SAAD A

SAAD A

Jul 9, 2013

#5748
5747

Re: question
thanks for your response. I know there must be a way of figuring the odds, but I don't remember enough of my math to know how to do it. Maybe I'll go to a

Phillip Murray

Mar 19, 2013

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5745

question
I do not know how to figure this problem out, but I'm sure most of you do. It is a question concerning the ancient game of roulette. If you are familiar with

Phillip Murray

Mar 14, 2013

#5745
5743

(no subject)
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motasim bellah

Jul 17, 2012

#5743
5742

(no subject)
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motasim bellah

Jun 23, 2012

#5742
5741

(no subject)
http://thenastybits.com/wp-content/themes/default/googlemail.html

motasim bellah

Jun 14, 2012

#5741
5740

Choosing The Right Mathematics Book To Start Your Learning
Link to the source: http://www.science-and-mathematics.blogspot.com Choosing the appropriate mathematical book to begin your learning is very

Mark Spencer

May 1, 2012

#5740
5739

Math Club, Saadi left a message for you...
Saadi left a message for you... Its sender and content will be shown only to you and you can delete it at any time. You can instantly reply to it, using the

Badoo

Apr 30, 2012

#5739
5738

Call for paper: International Journal of Mathematics and Computation
International Journal of Mathematics and Computation (IJMC). ISSN 0974-570X (Online); ISSN 0974-5718 (Print)

Journals IJI / IJAI / IJMC

Apr 16, 2012

#5738
5737

a small bit of motivation
motivation is the strongest thing that drives our actions. If you people give me a little motivation i might end up making a decent mathematical blog. here is

Mark Spencer

Apr 6, 2012

#5737
5736

(no subject)
http://blog.msn-tools.net/wp-content/themes/twentyten/love.php?ever143.php

Mirza Sabbir Hossain Beg

Feb 11, 2012

#5736
5735

I DID IT!.
hola... living paycheck to paycheck wasnt working for me this allows me to always stay a step ahead ive come to realize that money never

Md. Zobaer Islam

Jan 29, 2012

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5734

William Kneberg invites you to connect
Join William Kneberg on Yahoo! Messenger. Come chat with me, share files and more. Stay in the loop with all your friends. Get started :

William Kneberg via Yahoo!

Jan 17, 2012

#5734
5733

Happy New Year
Hell OH! (cos t + i sin t)^n = cos nt + i sin nt Is there a general formula for the coefficients of the polynomial P(cos t) = P(c) in cos 0t = 1 cos 1t = c cos

VinÃcius Claudino

Dec 30, 2011

#5733
5732

(no subject)
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Mirza Sabbir Hossain Beg

Dec 26, 2011

#5732
5731

Science Olympiad-2012
encourage your younger ones to participate in this http://www.bas.org.bd/index.php?option=com_content&catid=37&id=273&view=article

Annajiat Rasel

Dec 15, 2011

#5731
5730

2012, Volume 15, Issue Number 2: International Journal of Mathematic
International Journal of Mathematics and Computation (IJMC). ISSN 0974-570X (Online); ISSN 0974-5718 (Print)

Journals IJI / IJAI / IJMC

Dec 4, 2011

#5730
5728

Re: Polygon
quadrilateral a,b,c,d. Diagonal e: triangle a,b,e U triangle c,d,e. ... say 1,10,100,x 9 < e < 11 ... for 9: |x - 100| < 9 < x + 100 91 < x < 109 for 11: |x -

VinÃcius Claudino

Nov 25, 2011

#5728
5727

Polygon
Given lengths of n edges, task is to determine if a non self intersecting polygon of n-sides can be made with those given edge lengths. How can I do this?

Taufique

Nov 24, 2011

#5727
5726

Searching sponsor for college/school level programming (software dev
Dear All, As-salamu-alaikum I am pledge by sharing with you such type of idea that out sourcing/freelancing Remittance is

Azad khan

Nov 23, 2011

#5726
5725

Re: Length and Area
Please guys remove the previous messages and htmls and links before replying.

Muttakin

Nov 22, 2011

#5725
5724

Re: Length and Area
This is a very old and classical problem. I think no easy solution exist. I recall reading a proof of this (which is very complicated - the complication arise

Tanvir Prince

Nov 20, 2011

#5724
5723

Re: Length and Area
Murshid, you just let me more curious. one guy proved for any polygon... (regular polygons is easy, but any...) other guy proved for any curve...

VinÃcius Claudino

Nov 20, 2011

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5722

Re: Length and Area
Search "Isoperimetric Problem" in google and you'll get a lot of material to work on. Murshid

Murshid Islam

Nov 18, 2011

#5722
5721

Length and Area
Hell OH! I was wondering how to prove in R² that "among the closed curves with same perimeter, that which has the greatest area is the circle". Vector u(t) =

VinÃcius Claudino

Nov 18, 2011

#5721
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