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Seriously imaginary numbers are just a load of hogwash.
Imaginary numbers are nothing more than an exercise in mathematical masturbation.

Sure they have 'uses' or 'applications' in engineering, but these uses have nothing to do with the fundamental idea that they are fucking imaginary numbers. They are used because they make calculations in some areas simpler. But that doesn't change the fact that the logic behind it is unsound and fucking retarded.
Fuck mathematicians, they are not scientists in the least.

Get a real major, math faggots.

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hey sci I need some dimensional analysis the home work question is How many liters is 8.79 yd^3? I could not figure it out, after a google search of How to figure it out I got the answer but I would like to know how to work the problem on my own. I did

8.79^3yd * (3ft /1yd)^3 * (12in/1ft)^3 * (2.54cm/1in)^3 * (1ml/1cm)^3 * (1l/1000ml)^3

I know this is wrong I am not looking for the answer... I have it.. I just need to figure out what i did wrong.

Thank you for your help and time.

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ITT: people fail at interpreting science

more comics

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1/(3k-12)= -2

Solve for K?

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Help me evaluate the integral, thanks in advance

∫ 9r^2dr/√(1-r^3) u=1-r^3

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I have a dilemma!

I am currently making a valentine for this guy I've been hanging out with. He's a math major (read genius) and I wanted to put something cute in it.

The problem is that I'm not super fluent in math and I need a complicated math problem for him to solve that the solution is 10.

Can you peeps help a femanon fall in love with a nerd?

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Just something concerning 0.99... equaling 1 (feel free to sage the shit out of it if you'd like)

I've seen some pretty drawn-out equations proving that 0.99... does in fact equal one but isn't this much simple;
If they're both the same than subtracting one from the other would equal 0

x - x = 0

1 - 0.99...=0.00...

It seems pretty straightforward to me

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An infinite amount of mathematicians walk into a pub. The first one asks for a beer, the second asks for half a beer, the third for one quarter of a beer. The barman looks down the infinite line of mathematicians, thinking his going to be there forever (literally) and then he gets a brainwave and... pours two beers.

A mathematician, a physicist and a biologist are sitting at a coffee shop watching pedestrians. They observe two people enter an empty building but later on three people exit.
The physicist; 'The measurement wasn't accurate
'The biologist; 'They must have reproduced
'The mathematician; 'If one more person enters the building it will be ...empty again'

A biologist, a mathematician and a logician are on a tour through Scotland. They notice a black sheep.
The biologist: "Scottish sheep are black"
The mathematician: "At least one Scottish sheep is black"
The logician: "At least one Scottish sheep is black on one side

Some helium floats into a bar and the bartender says "Sorry, we don't serve noble gases here" The helium doesn't react.

All the numbers went to a party but they didn't mingle as intended, the evens stayed with evens and odds with odds. Whilst Two was chatting to Four he noticed Zero was on his own in the corner and suggested to Four that since Zero was sort of even he should join the even numbers. Four agreed. So Two went to invite Zero into their little group. "Would you like to join our little group" Two asked, to which Zero replied "I have nothing to add"

The number 1 is the sluttiest number because it goes into everything

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An infinite amount of mathematicians walk into a pub. The first one asks for a beer, the second asks for half a beer, the third for one quarter of a beer. The barman looks down the infinite line of mathematicians, thinking his going to be there forever (literally) and then he gets a brainwave and... pours two beers.
A mathematician, a physicist and a biologist are sitting at a coffee shop watching pedestrians. They observe two people enter an empty building but later on three people exit.

The physicist; 'The measurement wasn't accurate

'The biologist; 'They must have reproduced

'The mathematician; 'If one more person enters the building it will be ...empty again'
A biologist, a mathematician and a logician are on a tour through Scotland. They notice a black sheep.

The biologist: "Scottish sheep are black"

The mathematician: "At least one Scottish sheep is black"

The logician: "At least one Scottish sheep is black on one side

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I was trying to explain Combinations and Permutations to someone about a month ago. I could not adequately explain this, although i know how to work them. Could someone explain the concept behind them in accessible terms, for my own piece of mind?

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Thinking about going for a math major. Need to start picking classes later in the summer.

Is this a good idea? Bad idea? I can't really think of much to do with a bachelor in math other than be a teacher which does not sound like fun.

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