> Confirmation that four new elements – those with atomic numbers 113, 115, 117 and 118 – have indeed been synthesised has come from the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (Iupac), completing the seventh row of the periodic table.
ITT We try and piss off Euclid as hard as possible. First, using curved lines, we are going to create a shape that follows the rules and parameters of a square, but is not a square. >TFW Squares and Circles are related but Triangles are not
I tried doing 3^(x) + 3^(log3(4)*x) =25 then substituting y=3^x Y+Y^(log3(4)) - 25 = 0 In that case you would have a "polynomial of n degree with n being non-integer, if you look up online there are some methods that allow you to calculate the number of roots and maybe a method to calculate them that I don't know of
if looking for a approximate solution you could just apply a root-finding algorithm for the last equation with two reasonable approximations of Ya and Yb, values in which the root will be encountered
Hello /sci We are looking for a material that meets the following three conditions:
It should be able to withstand a fire (temperatures of maximum 1200 degrees celsius (2192 F) in our conditions) It should be able to act as an antenna (electrically conductive) It should not be heat transferring (to prevent it from grilling the electronic component that it is attached to.
So short story long, we want to make a component that is able to transfer some data, while inside a burning building. So we seem to have solved the problem of cooling and protecting the... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>7780355 >bernie doesn't care about nasa >refering to an out-of-context choice he made in his 20s >thinking the government will ever start funding nasa again unless it has profit or some sort of arms race motive
Hey /sci/. AI researcher here. I'm trying to figure a way to represent complex human intuition using a mathematical structure, but some parts of natural language don't really fit in any obvious ways that I can find. Language itself isn't the problem here; it has a grammar and discrete structure that's easy enough to model, but certain words and phrases are hard to represent mathematically. I'm trying to translate our oldest philosophical quandaries into more mathematical terms so if you'll bear with me for a moment...
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Well it's an interesting idea. Besides, I'm sure anyone who does math is more satisfied with an "effective" proof than a reductio ad absurdum. Then again, I would not reject non constructive math. It does not bother me that much, the constructive proofs are like a bonus.
How to get started? I guess there is a lot of online learning resources... a basic macro and micro course would be a good start. Ensure you have a sufficient background in math and statistics is desirable.
Currently, graduating undergrad and looking to go into masters.
I'm new to /sci/ so sorry if this is a shit question.
I study philosophy and psychology in uni and am primarily interested in questions pertaining to "the unconscious" or unconscious processes. Philosophers and psychoanalysts definitely seem to be interested in explaining what the unconscious "is" and giving a topographical account of the mind as such, but I don't always get that same impression in my more neuroscience based classes. My questions are basically: in what ways do cognitive scientists and neuroscientsists try to explain unconsciousness?... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Pick up two objects simultaneously. Tell yourself which object is heavier.
You'll notice that your evaluation was nearly instant, and also had nothing to do with your conscious mind. It's as if your conscious mind ordered some unconscious part of the brain to do this judgement, and then relay back the answer so that linguistically you can acknowledge the result.
Alright so I'm starting my physical science 101 course this semester with its lab, but I'm also taking some other serious courses that I may need to focus more on. I'm not expecting to get by without studying or anything, but could someone maybe give me a heads up on what I'm getting into. Will it be that difficult?
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