>he doesn't use "centigrade" and instead uses "celcius" because he thinks "scientists" attaching their names to simplistic ideas deserve to be immortalised >he thinks even a single element should be named after a person or a country >he uses "Newtons of force" rather than "jedis of force" >he uses "Pascals of pressure" rather than "rectums of pressure" >he... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wolfdog >Wolf and dogs are interbreedable >it's not even one-way, meaning male dog-female wolf gives the same result as female dog-make wolf >biologists still say they're two different species despite the facts contradicting the definition of a species I guess biofags are just retarded.
I'm working in a project for college and I really need to transform the following equation to make h the variable, as a function of x. Can anyone do this? I'm having trouble because it's not linear. h = r1 * sin(x) + r2 * sin(2 * x) + r3 * sin(3 * x) + r4 * sin(4 * x) + r5 * sin(5 * x) x(h) = ?
>>8543810 Why is penmanship not a thing that's taught in school anymore? I find it really pathetic when I see someone who is 15 or older have garbage penmanship. You print about as good as a kindergartener.
Can someone explain why the fundamental theorem of calculus works? I understand how to utilize the theorems, and I understand why one would subtract the function at interval point B from A. My question is why does finding the anti-derivatives give the area under the derivative function?
>>8543772 The derivative is the rate of change, the integral is the accumulative effect. If you have an equation for the speed at which an object is moving, taking the integral will give you the total distance covered.
Why does calculus do this? Because that's what is was designed to do.
I'm looking for a good book which explains the fundamental laws of physics in depth. Stuff like conservation of energy and mass, electromagnetism, newton's laws, and even more advanced stuff like einstein's theory of relativity, the Michelson Morley experiment, etc. I'm looking for something that explains the serious science behind it in detail, not books that just mention the experiment, how it was conducted, and the results, I want a deep scientific understanding.
Sup /sci/. I'm a Math major going to a 50-80th ranked state university In The United States of America. I'm a junior RN and I'm working with a professor, hopefully getting a paper published before the end of the year(with me as the only co-author). I want to go to a top 30 school for mathematics. What else do I need to do in order to be competitive? I plan on applying for the spring semester so my senior year counts for something. I'm not really a "prodigy", I failed a few math classes in HS; however, I really straightened myself up in college and... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>8542705 I did but for some reason the answer that I get won't allow me to plug in values and obtain a real output. I think wolfram assumes that all the variables can be complex and I don't know how to tell it to calm down.
>here it is https://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=(integrate+dy%2F(a%2B(c-a)*(1-exp(by))))%3Dx
I'll post more about the actual problem. Making some figures now.
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