My childhood just flooded back to me, along with TinkerToys. Thank you Father. ;DFr. George said:
Should be doable with number theory and ring theory...you may be able to use group theory instead of ring theory, leading to a more generalized solution, but I'm not 100% certain, I'd have to look at the problem closer.SolEX01 said:OK, can you solve the same problem with tensors, manifolds, elliptical functions, Legendre Polynomials and directional derivatives and make it easy for laypeople to understand?GiC said:Why did you make use of the commutativity property of the identity element in addition? Such an action made your computation unnecessarily specific to a sub-field of algebra and negated the usefulness of the procedure for vectors, matrices, and integration with analysis.SolEX01 said:< snip >
If anyone needs this expanded analysis for anything else, send a PM.
The problem has now become a time dynamic random epsilon-delta argument.GiC said:What do you think 'laypeople' would find easier? Algebra was never very intuitive for me, maybe the use of number theory and graph theory, minimizing with an epsilon-delta argument from analysis?
You should be drawn to it... The Klingons have almost as developed a knife tradition as the Serbs!serb1389 said:
Yah they also do hand to hand combat as a means of romance with their mates...Fr. George said:
LOL. Kindred spirits.serb1389 said:Yah they also do hand to hand combat as a means of romance with their mates...Fr. George said:
....well....maybe its not so different after all...
I haven't thought of it in the disjointed way before (only "cleave is the only word I know that can mean opposite things").ozgeorge said:
On the other end of the spectrum, you have two opposite phrases that mean the same thing: "fat chance" and "slim chance".Fr. George said:
Maybe they can get together and create a "physically fit chance."PeterTheAleut said:On the other end of the spectrum, you have two opposite phrases that mean the same thing: "fat chance" and "slim chance".Fr. George said:
^ LOL - I just googled and found it, too! I've never heard of the film, though.Asteriktos said:
"And I took the butcher knife, and put it up to her neck. I said 'If you want to live to see tomorrow, you better start fryin them eggs a little bit better than what you are fryin them. I'm tired of eatin sloppy, slimy eggs.'"
Anyone know what movie this quote is from? It's used as a sample in a song I listen to (Hail to Fire by Mastodon), and I was just curious as to it's origin.
Nevermind. I forgot the first rule of the modern age. Always check wiki first!