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If you had the opportunity to be the first person to set foot on another planet, would you do it? The only downside is: it's a one-way trip. Your chances of ever seeing Earth again are slim.
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yes but only if i get to bring my favorite snacks, I want to eat some good stuff before i die
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>>8168434
>the first person
>one-way trip
Fuck no. I need several thousand colonizers for any chance of survival if I'm staying there for the rest of my life. And what are the chances I'd be the first to step off a goddamn colony ship?
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I want to be the first to set foot on Venus.

One way trip, eternal fame, you know nobody else is gonna bother so you'll have an entire planet as your tomb. Mars's boring, we'll get there eventually.

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What's the most plausible explanation for high estrogen levels correlating with decreased higher mental capacities and increased "dark triad" traits?
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>>8168285
The more times you make the same thread, the better forechinner you are.
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>>8168285
Xenohormones, Niccolo Machiavelli was a transgender.
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>>8168285
Psychology is a fake science, correlation is not causation, and OP is a faggot.

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As you see in the pic attached im trying to make a edged blade, but I want the downwards slant to go down the curved highlited blue region insted of right angle you see at the end.

How do I go about doing this?
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>>8168189
He's a real life example of what im trying to make. See how the end curves down into the edge insted of the right angle edge I have in op pic.
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>>8168195
Forgot pic
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>>8168189
Did you take a picture of your computer screen?

I'm sorry, you're too retarded for this board.

>>>/b/

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/sci/ons, I majored in the humanities and lately I'm getting extremely interested in statistics.
Do you guys have any recommendations on a good textbook to start from? Any online resources to use (khanacademy is not doing it for me, everything is too basic). I'd like something like the Yale Courses you can find on YouTube, where you can watch whole classes of undergrad courses.
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>>8168125

Foundations of Probability by Kallenberg is a pretty accessible introduction.
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>>8168125
If you want some thing new, look up some undergrad syllabi, they usually contain a text book. I wouldn't recommend that though. Try some used book stores in your area. I went to a dollar book store in LA and found a classical physics book from the 50s that was virtually identical to the one I was assigned.
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>>8168148
I'm not from the US, so i think I might have some issues. I have a book from an undergrad course I had on Statistics applies to the social sciences, but that crap is full of errors I've already caught with the Khan lessons.

>>8168131
Thanks, will look for it!

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How do you guys define life? What constitutes "being alive"?
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>>8168119
Are you looking for a biological definition or is this some dumb attempt at a shitty philosophy thread?
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>>8168119
"Science & Math", nothing about philosophy.
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>>8168299
>shitty philosophy thread

Your bias is showing.

Redpill me on science.
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Question everything.
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>>8167983
Even question "questioning everything."
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>>8167976
>redpill
You don't deserve shit.

Kill yourself.

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Did my calc teacher a sign a good textbook or is he a meme?
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>needing a teacher for calculus
lol americans....
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>>8167974
Kek

I don`t know if I'm vulnerable to laugh now, or is this the Strayan hour?
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ids breety gud.

i like books that walk me through every single step because i am a brainlet.

the only thing bad about this book is that sometimes the questions are fairly long.

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Help /sci/ I took this test and I'm not sure if I'm autistic or not. What does this mean?
https://psychology-tools.com/autism-spectrum-quotient/
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>>8167906
>indicates significant autistic traits
you have oddtism
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>>8167906
You're some form of ASD, probably, go get a formal diagnosis for the real talk.
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>>8167906
Frankly, you'd have to be autistic to work through one of these tests.

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>Calls himself a skeptic
>Blindly accepts everything he learned in school about science

Explain yourself
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Take your pedophile cartoons back to >>>/a/.
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i discovered science and people stole it from me!!!
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>>8167886
That's what proofs and research is for anon. Shame you're just brain dead sitting in lecture and don't do further research on topics to understand why they are accepted.

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When am I ever going to use math in my life? Why does nobody ever want to answer this question for me?
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When you get a real degree
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>>8167823
Fuck off.
Do you ever sleep?
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>>8167820
>>8167823
>>8167826
OP here, pic related is probably the only time I ever saw math being used in real life.

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Where were you when alchemy was proven real?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MN0LjXT323s
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>>8167712
apology for poor english

where were you when chemistry dies?

i was sat at home eating tardigard pasta when eisten ring

'sciency is kill'

'no'
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is this the continuation of the egg-experiment?
juice?
denver bronkos?

we'll never know because nobody knows the moon runes

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>make a telescope like no other in human history
>It can observe objects behind space dust thousands of light years away
>Name it "Very Large Telescope"

Are scientists high-end memers?
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>>8167670
Well I mean, its not small...?
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>>8167670
What would you have it called?

>Super Awesome Space Picture Taker for Twitter!!
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>>8167706
I don't know something related with scape or black hole, long distance shit , anything.

They don't call planes and jets "big metal flying structure"

I see a lot of talk about intelligence, but what about creativity? Is there a concept of creativity testing in psychology/sociology? Is there a such thing as g-loaded creativity? Can it even be measured? Are there aspects of creativity that aren't subsets of intelligence?
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Take your pedophile comics back to >>>/a/.
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"intelligence" isn't really a scientific term, and it isn't used by psychologists on a regular basis. There are types of intelligence, when you are trying to take some predefined measurable traits and quantify them, but even those only give you a rough clue.

The general approach to modern psychology is not to try to quantify things. The brain is a very complicated organ, and the most accurate predictions come when we look at it as an entire system that exists under different distinct conditions.

From that point of view, it's less constructive...
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>>8167633
>and it isn't used by psychologists on a regular basis.

The ICD 10 literally uses IQ as diagnostic criterion.

http://www.icd10data.com/ICD10CM/Codes/F01-F99/F70-F79

How does it feel to know that any crazy advanced tech like FTL, free energy, etc., if ever invented, would get legally barred from being disclosed or patented?

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Invention_Secrecy_Act

>...is a body of United States federal law designed to prevent disclosure of new inventions and technologies that, in the opinion of selected federal agencies, present a possible threat to the national security of the United States

>A secrecy order bars the award of a patent, orders that the invention...
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>yfw P=NP
>yfw we already have working fusion power
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>>8167555
That's the US. It's highly unlikely that Americans develop that kind of tech in the first place, so we're fine.
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>>8167555
That's easy, just release it over the dark net, before telling anyone else.

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So I recently read this article that talks about how scientists have discovered that the nucleus of some elements are pear shaped instead of being symmetrical. The article asserts that the reason for the pear shape is because the nucleus points toward a direction in spacetime meaning time is linear and thus time traveling to the past is impossible.

My question is since the nucleus is pointing in a certain direction, does that mean time has a directional component? Like if we traveled far and fast enough in the direction the nucleus is pointing would approach the future...
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spoiler: the "article" is bullshit
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>>8167500
this.
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It's bullshit in which regard? The shape of the nucleus or the impossibility of time travel?

ITT: people who don't understand what you do.

>Dad shows me broken lawnmower
>"you're an engineer so you know how to fix stuff right?"
>hands me a screwdriver and walks away
>mfw
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>>8167456
apparently you're the one who doesn't understand what they're doing.
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>>8167456
>studies engineering
>doesn't know how to use a screwdriver
You just highlighted all that is wrong with the modern educational system. Kids who are taught nothing but theory and have no idea of what is going on on the workshop floor. This is why employers always demand experience. If you can't sort out a two-stroke engine how will you be able to design improvements? You really think that your Otto cycle diagrams are the be all-end all of engines?
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>>8167456
>can't even fix a lawnmower engine
I thought engineers were supposed to be smart?

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Why is pop science so annoying? I watched the minute physics big bang video, and not only did he oversimplify the history of cosmology, he acted like the "big bounce" and infinite universe theories were somehow unchallenged and settled science. And of course, he's made several videos with meme science nigger.
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>>8167433
It's like homeopathy : A very small amount of science heavily sugarcoated in nice effects and good video editing. It's entertainement for plebs.
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>>8167433
There is a video blocker add-on for Firefox and I suggest you start using it.
I have over 80 channels and dozen keywords blocked.
it makes youtube almost 99% clear of this type of content.
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>>8167433
The videos are short and full of half-facts to please the greatest pleb audience possible. Lots of ad views = $$$

If it were not for the $$$ these channels would not be making videos. That proves that their content is intrinsically worthless.

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What do you think about Biocentric universe / theory of biocentrism ?
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>>8167383
Wow! I didn't know the universe looked like that!
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>>8167383
It's not a theory, just a poorly formed idea.

The large scale structures of the universe do not have any functions that neurons do. The structures also lack connection to other specialized cells
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or does it

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What are the odds of getting specific dubs? Because I keep getting 7's and it's starting to fuck up my mind.
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>>8167353
1/100
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>>8167356
not quite.
probability of singles = 9/10
probability of dubs = 9/100
probability of trips = 9/1000 etc.

in the dubs category, the chances are spread between 10 possibilities (one for each digit).
So the chance of obtaining the string "X77" where X is not 7 is 9/1000.
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>>8167356
>>8167366
>66
thanks, fuck this shit, it's out of control, I know I'm suffering from confirmation bias but I just keep getting them, and they're always at the bottom of a refreshed thread. It's been happening for weeks. I just got them twice in a row as well.

if we camed from monkies, than y r their still monkies?
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>>8167241
Cuz monkis camed from unicorns.
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this is a serious thread
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>>8167241
Wait. I'll explain your question with an infographic. Don't move! ;^)

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My friend is a chemist and says astronomy is almost useless. I want to prove him wrong. What practical application dis studying phenomena too far for humans to ever reach serve besides helping to develop other technologies that can be used elsewhere?
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>>8167173
it has had no impact at all.
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>>8167219
Top kek.
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>>8167173
Observing stars --> Nuclear Fusion

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so ive been reading up on klinefelters syndrome but i always see the term "frontal baldness absent" and i have no clue what it means. ik what male pattern baldness is ik what a receding hairline is but whenever i try to research shat this is i get confused. does it mean ur balding or that ur not balding because of lack of dht production?
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>>8167118
It means you're not balding towards your hairline.
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>>8167140
so for example mine would be balding towards me meaning i wouldnt have this
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>>8167145
meant that as a qurstion sorry. im really worried i have this even tho i grow chest hair and a beard pretty well and my testicles arent really small. might just be anciety tho

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What is the shortest way to connect all the cities? For example, Paris, Dieppe, Brussels and Zurich could all be connected with just 6. Similar to travelling salesman, but not identical. Sorry if there's a name for this and it's easily solvable.

My best so far is 108.
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>>8167079
>just 6

if you use 6 lines to connect 4 nodes, you have no more possible combinations of nodes left to connect.

how is this a problem? its fucking trivial, there is no minimization here and a 10 year old could derive the generic formula for the correct answer
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>>8167102
I was just referring to those four cities as an example. See picture for acceptable solution.
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>>8167112
This would be quicker if it was classic travelling salesman, my point is that the problem isn't.

Hi /sci/. I recently started learning about fundamental groups in algebraic topology. It worked fine for me until i needed some actual knowledge of group theory (normal subgroups, free groups, generators...) .

What do you recommend as a good reading for group theory?
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>>8166961
armstrong is a decent introduction
for all the details you can go with robinson
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>>8166961
You could honestly just pick up any Algebra book, and what you're looking for will all be in the first chapter or so. Hatcher also has a sufficient exposition on free groups in the section on the Van Kampen theorem.
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>>8167121
thanks, I was looking for it because of Van Kampen theorem

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Why are some things alive and others not?
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define alive
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>>8166938
If you have a chair and a person sitting on the chair, why is the person "animated", but the chair isn't?
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>>8166951
define animated

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There seems to be a major discrepancy in usefulness between pretty much all liberal arts majors and essentially any STEM degree.

Every single graphic design major or post-art school grad I know is either :

1. Going to an expensive university and drawing things for 10 minutes a week, no other homework or studying required

2. Working a 'freelance' job wherein they have absolutely no clients or major salary to be heard of regardless of their talent or 'exposure'

3. Working somewhere completely unrelated to artistry and makes minimum...
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because STEM is hard and or boring and arts is interesting and fun. besides, i'd rather chase my "passion" for $10,000 a year and not think about the future or getting a job relevant to my major.

not to mention being a nerd is totally uncool. like gross!
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Physics hasn't captivated the general public since we built the bomb. Blame the following era of anti-intellectualism on McCarthyism.
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lib art major here.

As much as this is true, your position is directly proportional with your skills and how much you're willing to push it. Contrary to STEM degrees where knowledge is the main necessity, liberal arts usually look for originality and imagination alongside to the efficiency of how someone uses tools, programs and so on. You can either waste time designing 2d logos for chickenpiss money, or you can design apps and games for mobile and PC and earn enough money to build a company. Especially the mobile industry is on rampage as it established to reach millions of users online so easily.

Also these jobs have a whole other bonus for being very casual and chilling. Even corporate model workplaces have a significant space they give artists where they can be comfortable.

t. game designer

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Are viruses evil?
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very science
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>>8166897
>Is earth true?
>Are dolphins casual?
>Is time priority?
There is no need to clarify anything as good or evil. Why can't you just apricciate it without judging it with Your human standards?
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No.

Humans kill/use plants and other animals to eat and survive.

Viruses kill/use plants and animals (including humans) to survive and multiply.

Their intention is to survive, as is the intention of humans. They're just as evil as we are.

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Does anyone know how I can animate a motional process (in this case gondola lift, modelled as double pendulum) with Matlab using the solution matrix of the ode solver and overlaying image files.

So far I have an animation using two line segments. This was relatively easy to do but now I'd like to replace those line segments with graphics of the system.
I made a vector graphic image of the system with inkscape but I think it should be easiest to convert the two bodies involved in the movement (mounting bar and cabin) into separate pngs and using my solution vector...
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here's a sketch of the system. That's what I draw in inkscape.
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>>8166862
didnt read your whole post, but when I want to animate something, I use imagesc( ) together with pause ( ).
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>>8166871
that looks promising. Thanks mate!

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Why aren't we taking memory out of the brain after ppl die and putting it into mass cryo chambers.

Deathcucks can fuck right off with their ethics, I wanna be resurrected.
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>>8166854
>liberal arts major
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>>8166854
>Why aren't we taking memory out of the brain
We don't know how.

>I wanna be resurrected.
Without freezing your entire brain and reviving it in the future (which would destroy it with current techniques), it wouldn't be you.

Most importantly,
>putting it into mass cryo chambers.
Ain't nobody got resources to store a century worth of people, you do realize two people die every second right?
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>>8166854
> taking memory out of the brain

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Had pic related in my lecture today and I did not get it at all.
So basically this is a circle with radius=1 on the complex plane or what?
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>>8166798
>So basically this is a circle with radius=1 on the complex plane or what?
Basically yes. e^{it} forms a spiral of constant radius 1 through the t axis. Which is why the equation pictured is a really shallow thing to be spread as some mathematical miracle - the whole picture is more beautiful to me.
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>>8166808
Okay, that understanding helps.
Thank you.
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>>8166808
you clearly don't understand it then.
Look at what if fucking says mate.
if you take a function solution of {y' = y, y(0)=1}, take its value at 1, raise it to a complex power involving pi, you get -1, which is a simple number.
It just how simplicity can stem from apparently very complicated functions and numbers: e is transcendental, pi is transcendental.
This is rare enough to be mentionned.

we don't even fucking know if pi^e is transcendental.


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