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>Be HS me 2 years ago
>Watching numberphile high as fuck
>Some nigga talking about how there are infinite convex regular polytopes in 2 dimensions, 5 in 3 dimensions, 6 in 4 dimensions and 3 in all dimensions higher than that
>Lol shit nigga dis weed good.
>I wonder about how they even prove that there are exactly that many for a dimension
>Be math major today
>Start...
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>>8423124
actually that's exactly what it's like, except that 'looking at your roof' actually has specific rules that you to have to follow so that you can be sure you are 'seeing some crazy shit'...
>c.f. non-Euclidean geometry
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This is a nice thread. i dont exactly understand the point of it but thats a good story.
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>>8423124
I feel kind of bad for admitting this, but I didn't really understand topology until I got high as fuck and started reading General Topology by Kelley. 15 year old me was never the same again dude weed lmao

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Does free will exist?
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>>8422998
define "free"
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>>8423023
Presented with choices A and B, you can go either way.
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>>8423040
By that definition. A machine which does everything based on a random coin toss can be said to have free will.

>Fahrenheit
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>Not using Romer

Fucking plebs on this board.
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Fahrenheit is more useful in a real world basis
0 = cold
100 = hot.

Meanwhile Celcius:
0 = kinda cold
100 = dead

Imperial is retarded, though.
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>>8422762
Amerilard detected

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Is it a meme for brainlets without real IQ or a real thing?
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>>8422697
Why can't it be both?
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>>8422697
IQ is a meme for brainlets without actual intelligence
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>>8423086
>cant even solve an IQ test
>I-Im actually smart guys
we know who the brainlet is alright

What is your favourite brain teaser/logic problem? No boring lateral thinking/riddles pls

stuff like pic related
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nigga that's a paradox
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>>8422672
yeah I know it has no solution, but still, in order to know it's a paradox you have to use logic

Here are two more problems that are similar to what I'm looking for

1) A. The number of false statements here is one.
B. The number of false statements here is two.
C. The number of false statements here is three.
D. The number of false statements here is four.

Which of the above statements is true?

2)
If the puzzle you solved before you solved the puzzle you solved after...
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>>8422672
The goal is to prove that it is a paradox

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Currently in my second year of college. I aiming for a Bachelors degree in CompSci. Did i just fall for a meme, or it is what one should do?

What about Quantum, how different is it from CompSci?
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i would of thought here at /sci/ someone would truly have some type of insight, rather than reddit...
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>>8422636
The only person who knows what you should do is you. If you are getting into STEM just to get a meme career then you aren't STEM material. If something in STEM interests you then pursue that degree, don't just do it for the memes. There is no one answer to everyone's life problems.
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>>8423132
no problem, rather know what i am getting into. If everyone is jumping on the CompSci wagon, then the demand wouldn't be so demanding. That is the answer i am looking for, as from the ones who are in the field, or better yet ones that jumped from going into CS and went into quantum

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What would happen to you if you ate a gram of resiniferatoxin?
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it would be extremely painful
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>>8422412

You're a big guy.
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>>8422414
UU
UU

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>When considering extended complex numbers, the midpoint between 0 and ∞ is 1

You cannot say otherwise /sci/
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I... disagree.
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>>8422326
>the midpoint
>the
whole circle of midpoints with modulus 1
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>>8422335
Wrecked

Countdown and livestream
>https://livestream.com/ESA/marsarrival

What is ExoMars ?
>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ExoMars
>http://exploration.esa.int/mars/
>http://exploration.esa.int/mars/57464-exomars-2016-schiaparelli-descent-sequence/

NASA's participation in the 2016 ExoMars
>http://mars.nasa.gov/programmissions/missions/future/exomarsorbiter2016/
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>>8422306
did it land?
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>@ESA_EDM stopped transmitting on the order of ~50secs before the expected touch-down time #ExoMars

>>8424186
not really. everything worked (insertion, parachute, heatshield) until shortly before touchown,
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>>8422306
You'll be counting forever, because Europe clearly can't build a rover that can land and function.

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please explain because i am a moron
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i beg of you
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Probably 13/19
If you subtract the numerator to the denominator you get 3,5,6,5,3,5,?
So I suppose the next is 6 but I don't know
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I had to cheat and use my sequence analyzer program


all it gave me was that OP is brainlet

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>1.60m
Can somebody explain it to me? I really don't want children because of my useless genes.
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>>8422261
what the fuck is this < and > bullshit
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>>8422266
1<2<3
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>>8422267
just fucking use ~ instead, fucker

>doing analysis HW
>no idea how to complete proof
>the rest is obvious, QED
>get full marks
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>>8422183
Dumb frogposter
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>"teacher" doesn't give a fuck about teaching
more@11
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>grading analysis HW
>student submits original 10-page proof that looks nothing like the ones in the standard texts or on stackexchange
>don't understand how it works but can't seem to find any errors
>shit
>just assign full marks and move on since you have 100 other papers to mark

>writing analysis textbook
>lost your 10-page proof for one of...
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What does /sci/ think about Brian Greene?
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>>8422167
I watched an interview a while back where he said he would be fine if string theory was proven to be invalid. He said he wouldn't feel like he had wasted his time. I personally think he an a bunch of other theorists would hang themselves if that were to happen.
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>>8422167
shitty pop science guy who has perpetuated the biggest unproven meme field of all time
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>>8422169
well that makes me think a little bit higher of him. he's still a popsci memespouting faggot, though

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What's the source of magnetism?
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>>8422151
a moving charge
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>>8422151
Muslims
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>>8422154
So that rock is magnetic?

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how does one come to love maths?

>like science
>like history
>like english
>shit at maths

is there a curse worse then this?
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>how does one come to love maths?
You don't, loving maths is a meme. It's just a tool.
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>>8422121
I can see how a lot of what I frame as "mechanical logic" exists as concepts in mathematics, but nonetheless, can't see math as anything other than ugly. It really is ugly. It's not boring. It's ugly and makes me feel boxed in. There's a constant sensation of overhead. Like I'm wading through briars to make any motion whatsoever, even if I know the process, and know the end result before I've even begun.

It's ugly and feels wrong. I only use it as a means to more...
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These subjects that you like, all of them are practical in their own ways. Math is purely theoretical, this is, considering you're talking about pure math, which I think you are.
And maybe that's your problem: you're a practical guy. It's part of your personality and I honestly think it's quite hard to change this sort of mindset.
Remember: you don't need to love math to be good at it; math is science's main tool, by sticking with the former you will be rewarded by the latter, since you love science.

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What would be the number one thing scientists would cover up, for the benefit of humanity, if they could hide it?

> Gravity is an illusion
> The universe is simulated
> Pic related is not best girl
> Applications of rational trigonometry
> What happens when you divide by zero
> Sum of all numbers is equal to -1/6
> Stephen Hawking is a robot

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>>8421926
I guess you did one similar thread not very lately in here about the same topic. I like the frog girl too. Also, I don't get your post.
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>>8421932

Somebody else did, I was just actually interested in the topic because I've had some interest in parapsychology

I got the pic from /pol/, just to make a similar thread since I'm not a Weeaboo
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>>8421926
your mouth

mathfags will defend this
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>>8421915
put it under an integral and have it pick out exactly the value you want
you're welcome
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>Dirac_function_approximation.gif
>Dirac_function
>function

triggered
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>>8421942
It's not a function, how can you put it under an integral

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All heil the eons tall Muskinator. The founder of a company absorbed by Paypal, the childlish CEO who was fired on vacation. The top tier gentlemen who fired his assistant why they were on vacation. The man we all know to have bought his co-founder status at Tesla while forcing out and defaming the true founder. The man who you dick suckers admire for his truly legendary accomplishments. The man who steals credit for the work of his subordinates. The man who keeps getting divorced from his tramp actress of a wife. The man who reads a magazine or book then vomits in the media...
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>>8421818
musktastic
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>>8421818
Elon does a lot of good for the world more than any other billionaire. I think all the negativity surrounding him is unfair. He's a really cool dude if you watch the interviews. Really knows his stuff too
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>>8421827
who else will get us to mars?

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What does /sci/ think of Michio Kaku ?
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>>8421731
Her NYTimes book review are usually pretty well written and reasoned.
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>>8421733
>her
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She's too much of a meme for me .

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i was coughed on by a somalian
do i need a tb test?
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>>8421643
go to the hospital immediately you have ebola
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>>8421643
I was coughed on by ur mum do I need a STD test
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>>8421663
thanks for correcting my record you shill faggot..
http://www.cdc.gov/tb/publications/factsheets/statistics/tbtrends.htm

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https://www.ornl.gov/news/nano-spike-catalysts-convert-carbon-dioxide-directly-ethanol

Discuss
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>>8421637
Intersting, I am curious how efficient the process actually can be made though.
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If it's everything they say it is it will surely change the world
will probably be smothered by lobbyists and never see the light of day
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>>8421637
Very interesting and perhaps promising also if it becomes commercially viable. I have nothing else to add but good wishes and hope this technology gets used very soon.

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What would it be like to lose all five senses? How long would the brain last before shutting itself down?
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how long would last before finding a way to kill yourself is the real question
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this is all a dream, this is all a dream, this is all a dream.
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>>8421631
>all five senses
>five
>all

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There are certain theorems which I learned earlier in my mathematical education (especially in Calculus 3) which I was able to calculate well, but to which I never truly understood the real world applications. The applications that were presented in my lecture were unclear to say the least and the textbook that we had was rarely sourced.
The theorem that I had the most trouble visualizing real applications for was Green's Theorem (as well as some others).
I am past Calculus 3 now, but I've always been interested in fully understanding that which I feel I should...
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Every once in awhile, Green's Theorem pops up at least conceptually for conservative fields like gravity. In that case, the right-hand side of the equation goes to zero. Kind of explains the path-independent nature of work and of potential energy. Never actually used it to solve problems.

Green's theorem is related at least tangentially to Navier-Stokes, which is important for continuum mechanics.
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>>8422052
OP here
I do remember Green's theorem being related to Stokes but I also remember Stokes being way easier and straightforward to use than Green's theorem.

So Green's can pop up here and there in the terms of gravitational theory, huh, thanks for letting me know.

I also heard from my professor that if one was to pour some fluid over a surface and you knew the equation of the surface and the initial conditions, then greens theorem could theoretically tell you the direction and magnitude(velocity?)...
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Not sure if green functions are the same thing as green theorem but if it is, then its used in many-body quantum physics(perturbation theory). In general GF shows probability amplitude for particle to move from point x1 at time t1 to point x2 at time t2. Theres much more about it but im too lazy to explain.

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Why do balloons pop when punctured?

Why don't they just shoot around like when they're untied?
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kill yourself
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>>8421514
Balloons are basically just spherical rubber bands. When their structure is compromised, they "snap" the same way a rubber band does, but in a sphere, because balloons are just spherical fucking rubber bands. This is because balloons - spherical rubber bands - distribute their tension in a sphere instead of straight lines. Just like a spherical rubber band would. Because balloons are spherical rubber bands.
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>>8421532
This plus the fact that the material is unable to withstand the tearing forces. The mouth of the balloon is reinforced. A punctured area won't be reinforced. You may be able to puncture the neck of the balloon without it exploding since it is also partially reinforced, though less than the mouth.

>We did it, we found Gravitaional Waves

Are these niggas serious?
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There's no such thing as gravity waves or the graviton.
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>>8421310
Have fun burger flipping.
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>>8421309
No, they're just shilling for the global conspiracy for a round earth.

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Light (apparently) bends because the line A and B must keep their distance maintained at all times.
Someone fucking explain what this means? I just want to understand and no one gives a good answer.
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Pls answer, I hope someone here is smart enough to explain.
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Come on.. anyone know???
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I can't even bump the thread?

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Oldfag here again

Taking calc2 in the spring after 8 year hiatus from school need halp.

Where did they get "a" from? I know it something super easy but I just can't figure it out. How did they get a?
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>>8421216
do your own homework. This board has rules against shitposting to beg for smart people to teach you.

More constructive advice would be to go to your TA or professor office hours to have them give you real help.
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>>8421216
a=1 because x^2=(1)(x^2)
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>>8421222
>>8421222

I can't see a TA or even talk to the math department because I don't start until spring. I'm completely reviewing my calculus 1 book that I used 8 years ago. This isn't homework, this is just months of review I'm doing myself.

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Most recent Mathematical/Scientific problem that you solved?
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you wont scoop me that easily
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bow down
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>>8421117
calulating the net impulserate of a thorium .."glow sock"? is that what you call'em in english?
is that what you were going for OP?

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either my IQ is too low to calculate this or I just don't know enough mathematical tools to figure this out. i hope someone can help.

here is the problem:
assume that you are investing in something, and you're using a high risk high reward strategy.
- you are investing your entire account every trial.
- you have a 70% chance of gaining 20% of your account, and 30% chance to lose 30% of your account for every trial.

as you can see, these probabilities and gains/losses will eventually be guaranteed (99%+) to make net profits with increasing trials...
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I forgot to mention binomial distribution is also heavily involved in this problem. Just a reminder
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>>8420985

Let's take a step back.

You repeat a random process that has 2 possible outcomes, A and B.

If A happens with probability N, and B with probability 1-N, how are the following things connected: number of repeats, A, B, and N?
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>>8421027
Are you asking me a question or giving a hint?

you can use cumulative binomial distribution formula to tell you the cumulative probability of >=# of A resulting from N and number of repeats.

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What is the speed of thought?
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>>8420915
It depends on IQ

Intellegent people like me can think faster than the speed of light.
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>>8420915
Strictly less than that of shitposting.
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>>8420915
electron speed


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