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Thanks everyone! You guys are so cool!
Hi 295Ja!
Hi 295Ja;
Hi 295Ja
Hello anonimnystefy! It's been a long time! I just want to keep my promise to you...
Thanks phrontister!
Hi noelevans,
Were you trying to copy the LaTeX output, maybe? Just do this:
Hi again phrontister I finally figured out how to get the "*" to "float."
Hi phrontister!
Hi noelevans,
Hi bob!
You've got to be able to make clear this difference: For reducing I would show: Bob
Hi bob bundy!
hi noelevans
The language of math was created over many hundreds of years by people who were not able for the most part to communicate effectively with each other (like we can today!). As such we have sort of a hodgepodge of language that is not nearly as perfect as most believe. Sometimes symbols and words are misleading, sometimes we don't have words or symbols to communicate ideas, sometimes we are given algorithms that are not as good as others available, sometimes we are given notation that is cumbersome. My main interest is to find examples of such and try to help overcome these problems. 