a world of only engineers would be much like the world we see today, with skyscrapers, smartphones, 777s and porsche turbos, whereas in a world of only artists, poets, and communications majors, we would be living in caves, fingerpainting and writing poetry on the walls with our feces. where am i going wrong, because my 140 iq mind is telling me im not
>>7794764 there is no world of "only artists, poets and communicators" and there's no world of "only engineers". jobs are based on need. if you remove all the "superfluous" jobs you're left with the barebones basics: agriculture, farming, basic medicine. then you can add warfare technology (blacksmithing, trained warriors), more sophisticated building methods, etc etc.
art, poetry, communication as professions have tons of stability prerequisites. maybe that means they're "purer"... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>7794764 >World of only artists >Everyone is an artist so the art market becomes really crowded >Some artists can't support themselves with art >They start exploring other skills to have means of economically surviving >Some go into math, which leads into basic engineering >In some years we have full blown engineering like today.
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Alright feel free to call me a retard if you like.
I'm in an intro to analysis course, and we've looked at intervals, and maxima / minima. Answer me this: If it is accepted that 0.9999... and 1 represent the same number. Now, consider the open ended interval [0,1). Then, any x in this interval will be 0 <= x < 1. So can x be equal to 0.9999... since there will be no maximum for this interval? In other words, we can get infinitely close to 1 but never arrive at one. The best approximation of "infinitely close to 1" is 0.9999..., but this is known... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I'm currently making up for an online class that I missed most of the work for over the intersession. I have tonight to finish all my assignments....
The examples I've been given to solve are on a website called Wileyplus and the ebook I'm reading from is called Statistics:unlocking the Power of Data by Lock, Lock Lock (a bunch of locks from the same family)
Anyway... My dilemma is that I do not know what I'm doing and cannot find an answer key or pdf download anywhere on the web (haven't been able to search deep web).
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The 1st Law of Sauce outlines the fundamentals of existence and the universe. It is an abstract of the physical propensity of biotic and abiotic material. “The one that lacks the sauce is forever lost in the realms of Sauron and shall never be the same. But the one in possession of such sauce maybe overpowered by it and can potentially be misplaced to the same degree. For he who does not have balance will be damned for eternity“- Plato
>>7794613 This belongs in /sqt/ but I'll bite. Since the tangent is negative and cos(b)>0, sin(b)<0. let cos b = c. sin(b) = -sqrt(1-c^2), the negative value. Solve for c in this: tan(b) = -sqrt(1-c^2)/c = -3/4 then evaluate sin (2b) using the double angle identity.
I think you'll remember more from the course when they bring up the topics they're having trouble with. Worst case scenario, if you don't remember much, ask for them to explain how much they know of the topic, or how they would try to approach the problem.
It has two purposes: gets them to think on their own and explain their approach, and gives you a chance to remember from the course.
Hey /sci/, since you guys seem to be the most intolerant dogmatic and completely correct assholes I've heard of about science I suppose I'll ask you before anybody else. I'm an "aspiring" sci-fi writer and my story needs a method of propulsion to get the protags to another planet that is somewhat nearby in astronomical terms (maybe 15ly max, yes I know how huge of a distance that is). While this might seem a bit basic I'm trying to go for a semi-hard sci on top of the fi. Sub-light etc is fine as long as it's something that could actually have a decent chance of working.
A few other things: - In this universe humanity managed to finally try to make a warp bubble drive and it "worked" but ended up half-cooking the small unmanned probe inside of it with radiation and the exit blast (which was to be at Ceres) ended up screwing up the orbits of a bunch of objects in the asteroid belt. This really shitty scenario for earth's continued not-asteroided-to-death status is the motivating factor for the space mission.
- Cryogenics/Suspended animation is a thing. It's not exactly the same thing as stopping aging entirely but let's just say it's enough for any sublight space mission to nearby stars.
- The ship can make a magnetic field to protect itself from charged particles and other associated space hazards.
- Fusion power is also a thing, enabling large amounts of stable power to be generated in space.
- There's a space elevator, so getting big shit into space isn't as much of a problem.
Feel free to call me a moron but I really think you guys are probably my best bet to get something non-stupid.
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