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### Re: Quick question about an equation for lines.

Yes ... Does "root 3" mean "sqrt(3)"? stevo On Wed, Aug 19, 2015 at 12:51 PM, mygroupsemail798@... mailto:mygroupsemail798@... [mathforfun]
slim_the_dude

Sep 1

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### An Essence

An Essence Existing in our Universe without a physical existence So infinitely complex and incomprehensible So incredibly understandable and close to us Within
bqllpd

Aug 30

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### No subject

*p_n=m+\sum_{i=m}^{n > \pi(i)} n > \pi(i) where n > \pi(i) = 1 iff n > \pi(i), 0 otherwise. pi(i) is the prime counting function. (Stop the summation when
bqllpd

Aug 30

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### Re: Double Mobius

I think two Mobius strips with their edges glued together form a Klein Bottle. Being right or left handed shouldn't make any difference - at least on the
video_ranger

Aug 20

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### Re: Quick question about an equation for lines.

Does "root 3" mean "sqrt(3)"? stevo On Wed, Aug 19, 2015 at 12:51 PM, mygroupsemail798@... [mathforfun]
MorphemeAddict

Aug 19

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### Double Mobius

If we take two mobius loops - one Dexter and the other sSnister, but both of the same size, and stitch their edge together, what do we get?Â Tofique FatehiSee
Tofique Fatehi

Aug 19

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### Re: Quick question about an equation for lines.

Here's another counter example: y = 0 and y = x * root 3 The angle between those two lines is pi / 3, so the line bisecting it would have an angle of pi / 6
slim_the_dude

Aug 19

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### Re: General centroid polygon construction including odd number of po

I'm out of here for good. This is no longer a group. It's just one guy's ego mining expedition.
christopher arthur

Aug 13

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### Re: Resolution to the pi=4 paradox

You know, I have some old recordings of me talking out how to prove various topological facts about continua, except that in most cases I don't actually
christopher arthur

Aug 6

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### Re: Math and Sex (with spelling correction)

and i thought we were discussing the motions of free bodies
christopher arthur

Jul 20

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### Math and Sex (with spelling correction)

Theorem: The stimulation given to female during vaginal intercourse for a single thrust of the penis is proportional to the product of girth times the square
christopher arthur

Jul 19

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### Math and Sex

Theorem: The simulation given to female during vaginal intercourse for a single thrust of the penis is proportional to the product of girth times the square
christopher arthur

Jul 19

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### Re: What is this solution to the n-body problem called?

Kepler believed that planets moved harmonically, and he went so far as to describe the motions using musical theory. Maybe there is music to the n-body
christopher arthur

May 13

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### Re: What is this solution to the n-body problem called?

With respect to the moon: the same side of the moon faces us probably because of tidal lock that damped any relative rotation it may have had initially. The
video_ranger

May 12

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### Re: What is this solution to the n-body problem called?

being smart isn't just being able to do some difficult calculation. it's doing it so that someone else actually cares about it. the whole solar system is a
christopher arthur

May 11

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