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OmerFlame
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THIS IS FUCKING RIDICULOUS

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  • 3
    What about it
  • 3
    Hahahahaha it was fun talking to you..
  • 4
    @AmbientTea I had to discard a full page because of a small mistake... 1.5 hours of suffering.
  • 4
    But this is beautiful, or, could be, if there was a little more discipline :)
  • 7
    That's just good practice. Do that enough times and it will take you 5 minutes.
  • 2
    Differential equations? Hated those in uni... Never really understood them and was repulsed by the whole "just find the appropriate method in a book and apply it mindlessly, because there's no other way of solving those equations known to mankind"

    And yeah, the whole application is so tedious and prone to errors...
  • 2
    @iiii but the theory behind them is so beautiful, as are most of the methods of solving them. And they're used pretty much everywhere you'd want to apply maths to a real world process.
  • 1
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    Merci thanks thanks its a pleasure to do math with you 😋😆
  • 2
    @RememberMe I don't get that theory, to be totally honest. I'm more of a discrete math guy.
  • 2
    @iiii understandable, have a good day

    Plenty of links to discrete mathematics too though.
  • 1
    @iiii I've been there. And after years I just found the correct way to approach the theory: the topology, what no one told me about back in the engineering faculty. Actually now I can see what they told us was not even close to the theory at all.
  • 0
    I know this is something easy but you made it look like something difficult
  • 0
    Are those something about function and relations , like f(g(x)) and g(f(x)). Shit... I remember those boring theories... The actual usage of functions in real life is very interesting tho
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