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Discussion in 'CoB Off-topic' started by P4T0U, Feb 1, 2009.

  1. P4T0U

    P4T0U Member

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    Well it seems everyone has been opening their own thread...why not me? :Smug: Ask me something about science like an equation or maths if you need help at school. Please, don't go further than integral calculus as I'm learning that at the moment. I can derive and integer though.


    Yes, I realize I'm in COBOT and as I know... the first reply will talk about a mega-impossible problem or just flame me.
     
  2. The Emptier

    The Emptier t3h b3aSt0rZ

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    do you know scheme
     
  3. P4T0U

    P4T0U Member

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    programming language? nope but I can read it.
     
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    Can you divide by zero?
     
  5. P4T0U

    P4T0U Member

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    well.... the absolute value of b divided by zero when b is a constant(|b/0|) gives you ∞. Or else you can use a limit concept if you want to evaluate an asymptote but sometimes, it can give you a continuous function.
     
  6. The Emptier

    The Emptier t3h b3aSt0rZ

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    fuckin rat bastard actually answered the impossible question
     
  7. P4T0U

    P4T0U Member

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    AND THEN THE FLOOR DIVIDED BY ZERO.
     
  8. Bodomonkey

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    I have a few science questions:

    We all know what the speed of light is, but what is the speed of darkness?

    What is the last thing you did, after you did it?

    How do you think about nothing at all?

    If you try to fail, and succeed, which is it?

    What time is it at the North Pole?
     
  9. Corny

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    I can answer this one:


    This is the speed of darkness:


    [​IMG]


    Why?

    Listen to the section between 2:16 and 3:12 of this (amazing) song:
    [ame]http://de.youtube.com/watch?v=PiooHoKg2_8[/ame]
     
  10. P4T0U

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    Pretty subjective questions I guess...No proofs are given.

    1. Darkness is an absence of light imo so it doesn't travel. Therefore, we can't attribute a speed.

    2. A neuron made a connexion?

    3.I guess you think about "nothing" between 2 connexions in your braincells?

    4. Then destiny made it that way. If you really tried to fail, then your badly predicted what was going to happen so I guess you fail.

    5. If you aren't exactly on the north pole then it depends on timezones or else, it's day time half a year because of Earth's rotation axis.

    [​IMG]

    The earth tilts oppositely depending on whether it's Winter or Summer.

    It would be cold and nightime or cold and daytime
     
  11. Swabs

    Swabs HAHA COOL

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    Oh for fucks sake.
     
  12. Nick Brookes

    Nick Brookes I Love Alans Balls

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    what are you trying to prove
     
  13. Leandro

    Leandro ¬¬

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    Actually, even though the limit tends to infinity (that means the limit doesn't exist, by the way, kinda subtle), if you assume b/0 equals infinity it leads to all kinds of paradoxes. It is indetermined, no easy way around.
     
  14. Ensi

    Ensi CAT WITH FUKKEN PODS

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    inb4 every member of cobot makes their own thread:(

    1. 40+ the double of 20x39-2+26 .... then x4, divide by 506, add 3482, substract 3, add 1337, then divide by your complete b-day (dd.mm.yyyy) number, multiply by 2. do everything in your heard nigga

    2. Explain gravity.

    3. ^Admit that you used a calculator on question one
     
  15. Dred

    Dred His Dudeness

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    Mine was the original and still the best.


    Fucking wannabes.



    *disappears back into the shadows*
     
  16. P4T0U

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    1. (243854)/(3292033723) or 7.40746968344 x 10^(-4).


    2. lulz...gravity is defined by the gravitational constant times the planet's mass divided by its radius square. Units are in N/kg equal to m/s². In fact, every particle affects others by gravity using this equation: [​IMG]

    variables:
    Force(F)
    gravitational constant(G)
    mass 1(m1)
    mass 2(m2)
    radius(r)


    so the equation is dependent on three values: m1, m2 and r.
    We still don't know why gravitation exists but scientists will find out as soon as they turn the Large Hadron Collider back on and make some tests.

    3. Since I don't have time, yes.


    well sorry If you misunderstood...there is no link between the two sentences.

    about limits.... the limit as x approches the infinity of b/x when b is a constant = 0 because the number tends to be smaller. If the limit as x approches 0 of b/x will give you an undefined value because it will have 2 values. but you can evaluate the left side and the right side separately so the answer could be -∞ or ∞ depending on the side you choose.


    Nothing actually...I thought some people could use some help.
     
  17. P4T0U

    P4T0U Member

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    I like that song!
     
  18. Lakebodom666

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    It depends on the function, whether it has a range and one or two other variables...
     
  19. P4T0U

    P4T0U Member

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    I'm talking about a function without any limits for example: 1/x. I haven't specified any other variables except x.
     
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    ohhhhhhhhhhhh.... I see now
     

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