>that guy who says "amperes"

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>that guy who says "amperes"

>that guy who says "electromotive force"

>that guy who always interjects about work being "force dot distance, not force times distance"

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What class is this? Engineering?

I thought physicists weren't autistic.

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>>7811093

Who says "electromotive force"?

I thought that hasn't been the case for decades now, it's just "EMF".

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>>7811093

Dot is actually more accurate because it's the dot product.

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>>7811294

>that guy who says scalar product instead

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>not inner product

>probably has no clue what an outer product is

Why does math always prove itself to be on top, without even trying?

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>that guy who says "injection" and "surjection"

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>>7811339

> mfw that's me

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>that guy who constantly uses math terms in other courses knowing full well that nobody understands him

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>electric field potential

Get on my level, pleb.

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>>7811339

What else would you say?

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>that guy who uses proper debate hand signals in regular conversation

A girl actually, massive autist. Nobody gives a shit if you're doing a reply or a comment, everyone here is nice enough to not put her down over it but holy SHIT how can she not pick up on social cues.

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>>7811451

One-to-one and onto.

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>>7811451

Mono and epi

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>>7811334

>outer product

>not tensor product

If you're going tot complain, at least do it right.

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>>7811093

I remember asking my TA a question and referring to Amperes as Amplitude.

I still catch myself doing it.

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>that guy who brings up category theory in an undergrad linear algebra course

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>>7811751

What's the problem with that? There's no dependency between them, which means it's just as reasonable as bringing up linear algebra during a category theory course. Would you object to that?

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>that guy who mentions triple integrals in an undergrad calc course

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>>7811761

It's just pretentious fuckery. For most students it's the first time they are dealing formally with vector spaces. It helps nobody when some fedora jerk raises his voice only to mention that the direct sum of vector spaces is only an instance of a coproduct.

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>guy who read Feynman's book so they always talk about Differentiation under the integral sign.

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>>7811761

>it's just as reasonable as bringing up linear algebra during a category theory course

Linear algebra should be brought up during a category theory course, such as in the context of abelian categories.

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>>7811093

>that guy who loudly corrects every typo the professor makes on the blackboard

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>>7811093

amperes is totally correct

there's wattage, voltage and amperage

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>>7811799

>excuse me sir, I believe you have forgotten a parenthesis there

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>>7811809

true

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>>7811799

>that guy who asks to see how the integration of every function happened

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>>7811310

It's a much more descriptive name than "dot product" you child.

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>>7811585

If mono and epi were the same as injective and surjective, then [math]\mathbb Z \cong \mathbb Q[/math] as rings.

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>>7811751

>mfw my professor constantly brought up category theory in my undergrad linear algebra course

Those CS majors were so confused all the time.

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ITT: Autists getting mad at things fellow autists do in College Physics I and Pre-Calculus

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What is the difference between force and thrust?

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>>7811769

>Triple integral

Calc 3/Multivariable Calc is an undergrad course.

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>>7811933

The same as the difference between fruit and apples.

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>>7811936

ooh i like it.

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>>7811910

Truth hurts.

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>>7811934

>triple integrals

>in an undergrad course

>in any course

you're like the people in high school who say they know complex analysis. the study of barnett integrable spaces is very hard and not suited for undergrads

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>>7811977

If you're talking about the theoretical side, you're right. Just using them however?

They're all over the place in EE.

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>>7811799

If it's important enough to write down, it's important enough to be CORRECT.

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>>7811809

No one in industry says amperage, you'd get laughed at. It's current.

Even wattage you'd only say in very particular contexts. It's power.

No one wants to say electric potential so we just say voltage.

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>>7811093

>that guy who says "amperes"

How else do you call it? Coulombs per second or something like that?

Serious question, I've never heard it called any other way.

>that guy who says "electromotive force"

I don't usually use it but I don't find anything wrong with it, especially in power applications.

>that guy who always interjects about work being "force dot distance, not force times distance"

I usually prefer >>7811310 and it's not acceptable to use "times" when multiplying two vectors. However, you can use force times distance if you're (explicitly or implicitly) referring to just magnitudes.

>>7811339

One-to-one and onto are retarded and only americans use them.

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>That guy who always brings up the axiom of choice

>That guy who always brings up the fact that things don't form sets

>That guy who raises his hand in tutorial to bring up the fact that he has seen a shorter proof but can never explain how it goes

I can't stand these show-offs

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>>7811093

>"amperes"

It's a fucking SI base unit.

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