Undergrad fag here. What does (p, a)^(n)=(p) and that little cross symbol mean in the first question? And why algebraic number theory? Why not analytic? Or are you doing both? And aren't you in your first/second year?
I had a newbie dogman direct the crane i was operating through a fresh brick wall. Brought the entire wall crashing down two stories and cleaned up 15 metres of 3 story heavy duty scaffold with it. 5 minutes earlier there had been 4 brickies on the scaff. First and only time in my life i've completely lost control and assaulted someone. To this day i struggle to believe no one was killed or injured considering the odds
Hey /Sci. So before the Big Bang, "everything" was nothing and nothing was not existing. After the end of the universe, everything that exists will all decay into photons and the universe will then return back into the state of nothing and non-existence.
So is the point of existence to return to the state of not existing?
Was the Big Bang and creation of time an anomaly, and the state of everything was to be nothing?
My friend is an umpire and has to toss a coin at the start of the game and i call heads or tails and if i win i get to choose which way to play and gain an advantage. If i lose the other teams captain chooses and gets an advantage.
I talk to him the night before and he says to me to call heads. (hes helping me cheat)
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I'm making a little [spoiler]videogame[/spoiler] and I was wondering if anyone could help me by telling me the smallest particle that makes up another particle (that makes up another, etc. etc.)
Tell me if i'm incorrect about how this should work:
A player vibrates a string. Once the wave's amplitude is large enough the string becomes a quark, which is then turned into a proton. I can figure out the rest from there, but am I incorrect? Is there something that makes up a quark (leptons)? Should the string instead become a lepton?
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>>7767175 Of course, I don't claim to know anything at all about string theory. But it will work for the purposes of my game, as long as the basis is relatively correct; which i assume by the way your post is worded, it is.
How reliable does /sci/ think Khan Academy is? I'm currently thinking of using it to learn pre-calculus before teaching myself calculus, with the hopes of learning higher level math subjects(for my own pleasure/hobby).
Is the site good? If you don't think so, please elaborate on your reasoning or simply outline the flaws it possesses.
>>7767107 A chicken just means a chicken. If you wanted to communicate that it is male you would say rooster. For the purpose of the 'paradox' it is assumed that the chicken is a hen. Anyway the answer is the egg.
>>7766797 It's a pretty solid looking theory, and tests so far have been successful. Granted, everything is pseudoscience until proven, but it's been recreated by different people of all different backgrounds around the world.
Is getting a biology degree just entirely memorization?
I mean they might have to know how to do log/exponent questions for answering questions about population, but I mean couldn't someone with an photographic memory just read a biology textbook to ace a biology exam?
Whos more of a scientists? An engineer or a biologist?
Is getting a mathematics degree just entirely memorization?
I mean they might have to know how to do log/exponent questions for answering questions about population, but I mean couldn't someone with an photographic memory just read a mathematics textbook to ace a mathematics exam?
Whos more of a scientists? An engineer or a mathematician?
for prime number-fags: I'm trying, just for fun, to figure out how to prove the following property of prime numbers: given three consecutive prime numbers x, y, z, the bigger they are the more their sum x\y + y\z + z\x tends to be 6. any suggestion?
Whew lads looks like i fucked up big time. Due to incredible amounts of procrastination, i only have 2 weeks left to study to test out of pre calc and go staight into calculus. Is this possible? how many hours will i have to put in a day to reach this goal
>>7766653 Summary of precalc.. Unit circle and sohcahtoa Pythagorean theorem Diameter of unit circle Fundamental theorem of algebra is that any polynomial has at least one zero or x intercept in the imaginary number system That's it
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