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Oh, thanks!

After Monty opens a door with goat, if I am still able to switch my initial choice into this opened door with goat.

No, that is not allowed.

But, I can make e big enough to make e+3 close to 0

Did you know that there is a full [website](http://montyhallproblem.com/) about it?

f(x) is not in a small neighbourhood of zero

What is a neighbourhood?

Do you know prior and posterior probability distribution are? Are you familiar with Bayes' Theorem?

The 2/3 - 1/3 results can be obtained experimentally

Sorry guys

Let f(x) = x+3

How do I show that f(x) does not tend to 0 as x tends to 0, formally?

But I know you

Very good!

I miss Ricky

I miss barbie

And I am glad you're glad

I've tried that, what do you do about del?

Arna wrote:

Peter Taylor??

Yes, that Peter.

He is a gentleman, a baller and a brilliant staff. He liked my Continuum Hypothesis note!

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Consider f(x) = x+3

How do I show that f(x) does not tend to 3 as x tends to 0, formally?

Sorry, I do not understand what that means?!

Dear Teacher,

Don’t worry, I totally understand simple harmonic motion. “Simple” means dumb, “harmonic” means music, and “motion” is moving around. So simple harmonic motion is just bad dancing. I’m the master of that!

-Student

Hi bobbym;

I reordered and received 5 out of 7 of the books already.

Do you know who Peter is?

I will analyse Tigeree instead.

There was originally no concept of Theism (or Atheism) in Buddha's own idea. Buddhism was modified in several ways, later. However, that might be wrong because:

a. I am an idiot

b. I am not good looking

c. I am not an expert on Buddhism

Elaina, I will read those quotes a little later. I just got up and have to prepare for other stuff. No offense.

Okay.

What has religious texts got to do with atheism?

Most of religious texts are pacifying. Not all parts, though.

Personally, I am not an atheist but I do not like any religion.

I am neither religious, nor an atheist.

One way to solve a quadratic equation is to use the formulae I gave you.

Can you middle-term factorise a quadratic polynomial?