What languages do you guys code in? As for me: BASIC, JB(Just Basic), RB (RunBasic), VB (Visual Basic), COBOL, FoxPro, Liberty Basic (LB), Python, C#, C, C++ and Java. That was compiler and IDE based. As for web: HTML (no duh!), CSS (no duh x2! (not factorial)), PHP, ASP.net, JS, Ajax and Flash. I am fluent in most so...
It is funny how in the past 2 years, I have almost exclusively been using MATLAB, Mathematica, C++ and Fortran (also somewhat Java and Python, although I'm getting less and less impressed with the scientific computing abilities of those two languages, although Python isn't too bad). Obviously that led me to forget the specific details of most of the other languages, except C and PHP (at least I think).
Don't want to join up to that, sorry. Why not just tell me the name, exam board etc. I'll find it from there.
You don't have to download a program, you can just download the file.
But anyway, here is another direct site: http://www.um.edu.mt/__data/assets/pdf_ … 5/AM27.pdf
AM Syllabus (2015): Pure Mathematics
They never line up perfectly. Planetary alignment does occur but it usually is between 3 or so planets with a discrepancy of around 30 degrees. The last time all planets came in an alignment of 30 degrees was in, I believe, 500. The next time should be around 2800. Each such alignment occurs every 500 years and there is usually a 30% chance of it being aligned within 30 degrees.
You might also want to include some symbols like the symmetric difference, relative complement and aleph-null.
Has anyone else seen I used for irrationals?
No, but neither have I seen "I" represent the "set of imaginary numbers".
There does not appear to be a regularly used symbol for the irrationals.
I believe the standard is R-Q. Q with a horizontal line on it, or R\Q.