>>11124498

Ilegible, please try explaining what you want again.

>>11124822

Any smooth closed curve comes with a built-in local diffeomorphism onto the unit circle, by definition.

If the curve doesn't come with a parametrization, you'll need to work over context. If it's star shaped you can use the center point and polar coordinates to find an appropriate parametrization.

At least that's what I think you were asking.

>>11127712

Hegel.

>>11128202

>he doesn't know about fixed point trickery

Assume your house is 20 degrees. It loses at least 1.3*35kW, so 45,5kW. Heating system supplies a max of 40kW, so your house loses heat at 20 degrees, and would lose even more at higher temperatures.

I've got the impression that some lad answered this and it was deleted. Probably zootopiafag.

>>11128694

24 vertices times 3 edges gives 72, since an edge connects two vertices we half that, so 36.

>>11131000

>how do you structure your study plan knowing this

Ask your senpais what subjects are harder or what professors are more rigorous and study for those more.

Alternatively, just study hard.

>>11131010

>Is it fair to assume that the distribution of mass follows an arccosh(x) function, and from there, try to fit the data to it?

Lad, there is an extensive theory out there about linear regression, carefully expounded in statistics and econometrics books.

>Could this undefined region correspond to the radius of the galaxy's supermassive black hole?

No, you'll need much better theory to argue for something like that.

>>11131230

>human behavior that aren't psychological mumbo jumbo

There's economics and game theory. In particular, behavioral economics.