Currently finishing up a semester of trig and I'm contemplating whether or not to begin the calculus sequence. I've just been taking math to see if there's anything interesting or exciting about it and for the most part its just been ok. Does it get better past trig or is there any point in taking calculus and beyond or is it all just a meme?
Kinda feel like stopping here desu senpai. The love is gone.
>>7693697 I was expecting to unlock secrets and discover interesting things about the universe and the nature of reality but for the most part its been pretty tedious and unfulfilling. Maybe a term off is in order.
>>7693641 Well it's actually quite fascinating. They're able to exist by application of a special property called Poe's Law. We went over it in my psych 101 class, I don't remember all the details though...
>be me a couple of hours ago >going home after drinking a fuckload of shit at a uni party >drunk as fuck >pure math student >Start drunkenly thinking about mathematics >Think of something that had never crossed my mind >Logical proof that composite numbers exist and that there are infinitely many >Now it sounds stupid but it... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Once I got drunk and decided I could get laid easier by tricking girls with my scientific knowledge of the vagina. >And it worked.
Drunk Theorem: Knowledge is sexy.
By tricking girls into thinking I know exactly what way to tickle their clit and I can make them orgasm in minutes, I can get them back to my place in no time.
Counter example: getting slapped. Hard.
But let's say you're at the bar. Dressed nice. >walk up to inebriated 8/10 grill >hey my name is blank, I bet I can make you orgasm in minutes >swiftly get slapped across the cheek Probably setting the bar too high for an example but hey. >walk up to inebriated 6/10 this time >bet I can ask you one thing and you'll immediately want to sleep with me >plz no slap >"uhh, lol okay I'll bite" First test subject.
This girl was in college I'm assuming. I offered to take her to a nice restaurant and get her a drink somewhere more confortable. We drove to this place down the road, walking distance really. I'm making casual conversation and she's asking what I plan to ask her that's so "orgasmic". I tell her she has to wait.
>arrive at this place, thankfully were wearing the right formal attire >order our food and drinks >the whole time I'm not even really flirting openly with her but I still have her interest. >making more casual conversation. Abruptly and without warning I immediately say, in the middle of her speaking.. >"when's the last time you orgasmed in another man's bed from nothing but the tip of his penis" >"how good was the orgasm itself? How long did it last?" >immediately tosses back her drink >shocked I'd ask such a thing >but she obliges me with this answer: never before have I been asked that and basically she says no that's never happened to me and I'm not sure how that's possible >lol so this is the question >have you had enough to drink to want to fuck me yet? >laughter,followed by a yes and a quick ride to her place >doesnt matter had sex
>>7693342 I would just buy a cheap, large screen tablet off of a Chinese site if that is your only use for the tablet. Make sure it supports a high capacity microSD card and having a decent amount of internal memory wouldn't hurt either.
>Imagine you are on a perfectly smooth speeding train, moving at a uniform speed (not accelerating or turning), in a car with no windows. You would have no way of knowing how fast you are going (or if you were moving at all). If you throw a ball straight up in the air, it will come straight back down whether the train is sitting still or going 1,000 mph. Since you and the ball are already moving at the same speed as the train, the only forces acting on the ball are your hand and gravity. So the ball behaves exactly as it would if you were standing on the... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Can the slope be used to determine whether a sequence very likely converges to zero or a positive value? Does it look like n/((n#)^(1/n)) > 0 for all n? What does theory on growth of primes say about whether or not (n#)^(1/n) grows quickly enough to make n/((n#)^(1/n)) null?
>>7692948 >watching most lectures on physics by physicists is downright cringe-worthy
Never watch anything on quantum field theory.
"Well, this integral gives us an infinite result. But look, if I take the derivative and then integrate again, it gives the right answer! I guess the constant of integration must just be infinite. So just subtract infinity from everything and we're good."
RISK-TAKERS ARE SMARTER, so sayeth researchers at the University of Turku, who used fMRI's and Diffusion Tensor Imaging (DTI) to analyse the brain structures of risk-takers and risk-avoiders, finding more white matter in the areas adjacent to the prefrontal cortex, the rear of the brain and the interhemispheric tracts of people who engaged in risky behaviour.
>White matter is the neural network of the brain. It transmits nerve impulses and regulates intra-brain communication. >An fMRI measures blood oxygenation,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Resource sites such as libgen are dead, but our wallets don't need to be. >ITT: request and share pdfs They don't need to be /sci/ related, but since we're all /sci/ here, you may have a better chance requesting /sci/ related stuff.
>>7693030 That shared folder has actually been around since the beginning of 2015 and some anon is working on it. Taken from the notepad file: "This is essentially a libgen mirror of recommended books in the field of STEM and some social sciences. Nothing is as in depth to fully warrant a complete undergraduate education but enough to be competent in the subjects. For the math section, it's more geared towards what an engineer would be required to learn. I guess I'm ultimately inclined towards... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hello /sci/ i have a question about biology/genetics/bloodtypes
so, if the father of a child has the bloodtype BB, so both allels are coding for the B bloodtype, and the mother has the bloodtype 00 is it somehow possible, that the child also has the blootype 00? I know that if you apply mendels rules it should not be possible and every child of the two should be B0, thereby B by phenotype, but is there any way this could still happen?
tl;dr: can a BB bloodtype and a 00 bloodtype have a 00 bloodtype child?
>>7692694 No, barring some rare exceptions that child would always be BO, or Type B.
However, blood if there is a mutation in the sperm cell which fertilises the egg, and produces the child, which results in a loss of the B allele, or somehow turns the B allele into the O allele, then the child would be OO, or Type O.
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