- Evaluate , where y represents his verticle distance
above the ground and x represents horizontal distance away
from the cliff, both in meters. What is the lenght of Bieber's
b) What does Beethoven think of all this ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) ?
- Evaluate , where y represents his verticle distance above the ground and x represents horizontal distance away from the cliff, both in meters. What is the lenght of Bieber's fall?
Symmetry In Mathematics
Symmetry in Mathematics Play A Great Role
When we go deep, we find that there is symmetry of two types
(2,4,6,8,10,12 ,14,16,18,20 …. Diff is always 2) &
(1, 4 , 9 ,16,25,36,49,64,81,100 ) diff. is 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 and diff. of 3 5 7 9 11 always 2, so there is True Symmetry .
Up to 19 it is right but at 20 how we can put 1 20 100 just because of symmetry.
- 11 = 1 2 1
- 12 = 1 4 4
- 13 = 1 6 9
- 14 = 1 8 16 = 100 + 80 + 16 = 196
- 15 = 1 10 25 = 100 + 100 + 25 = 225
- 16 = 1 12 36 = 100 + 120 + 36 = 256
- 17 = 1 14 49 = 100 + 14…
n - The study of statements of relations.
n - The study of numbers and their properties.
n - The study of change.
n - The study of measurement, figures, and shapes
n - The study of numbers, shape, space, and change.
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After reading your article on Rounding, I see that you do not have much information regarding the floor function. I've been working with it on my own for a few years and recently I decided to compile my collective knowledge into one document. I would like to propose that the math wikia add some of the floor function information to the wikia. It's reasonably easy to understand (at least, in my opinion). I know it isn't really filled out too much, but let me know what you all think.
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The world around us exists in 3-dimensional (3D) space. There are 3 pairs of cardinal directions: left and right, forward and backward, and up and down. All other directions are simply combinations of these fundamental directions. Mathematically, these pairs of directions correspond with three coordinate axes, which are conventionally labelled X, Y, and Z, respectively. The arrows in the diagram indicate which directions are considered numerically positive and which are negative. By convention, right is positive X, left is negative X, forward is positive Y, backward is negative Y, and up is positive Z, and down is negative Z. We shall refer to these directions as +X, -X, +Y, -Y, +Z, and -Z, respectively. The point where the coordinate axes…
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So I was pondering this morning? Can there be another interger other than one already existing that multiplies by another interger to give the same product. In other wrods, can the equation
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For me it's been every time I've completely proved someone wrong in an argument by implementing maths to justify my point. Not a lot of people understand maths to a high to degree so when I use it in an argument it tends to reult in my success. For instance, someone was being a bit christimiatic (hatred of christians) to me and was saying ti's impossible God made everything in the universe. In response I gave him a long mathematical rant of how the probability that this universe exists is so low it may as well be zreo.
What about you? Have you ever owned someone with maths? Have you used it to pull of the most awesome trick? Do you just think it's simply good for finding elegant and beutiful solutions to problems on paper? Post below! :)
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Victoria Hart, commonly known as Vi Hart, is a self-described "recreational mathemusician" who is most known for her mathematical videos on YouTube.
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Vi Hart one of the well know youtube users with 795,249 subscriptions. She's known for her interesting videos which mainly contains elements of mathematics. She can sing too!
Though you should not think of her as being deemed as a mathematician just because of her youtube channel, she has co-authored several research papers on computational geometry and mathematics of paper folding .
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Hey guys! I was just going through the wiki pages and blogs and have seen a lot of symbols. So I just decided to make this as a list of the symbols and their meaning for myself and others. ( I will put them up upon request and when I encounter them. )
=Equality Equals x = y means that
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Axiom 1: All rational numbers can be expressed as a fraction of two integers.
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Okay guy's, Im in 9th grade currently, and im failing math, if I don't pass I won't get a deploma, I have autism, (adhd and aspergers to be exact) and im really into politics and military and history, but anyways can you help me with this?
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【1 paradox】Why 0.999... is not equal to 1?
Written in 2012
The current mathematic theory tells us, 1>0.9, 1>0.99, 1>0.999, ..., but at last it says 1=0.999..., a negation of itself. So it is totally a paradox, name it as 【1 paradox】. You see this is a mathematic problem at first, actually it is a philosophic problem. Then we can resolve it. Because math is a incomplete theory, only philosophy could be a complete one. The answer is that 0.999... is not equal to 1. Because of these reasons:
1. The infinite world and finite world.
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