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You accuse me of committing to irksome, feminine etiquette yet "we" must concur the coarse assertions professed in your admonition of my character are reminiscent of the rebukes mothers impress onto their son—and wives onto their husbands.Do you recall having a brief conversation with me and admitting that you are unable to establish genuine connections, and that everyone seems to get along on this forum while you remain the loneliest of us? Now you know why.
Being unnecessarily disagreeable and entering every conversation in a bad-natured spirit of competition makes you woefully annoying.
"We have to concur..." is how some people introduce a topic and start a fun conversation with their friends.
Jumping down someone's throat because of an insignificant detail like that is why you always need to reply to a comment first in order to get people to interact with you; your hysterical behavior drives people away. No one wants to befriend an entitled jerk like you.
No offense meant, but I sometimes wonder if you are a woman. Being contrary is one of the most unpleasant characteristics of a know-it-all cunt. Trying to beat someone at their own game with fancy words and personal attacks instead of simply disagreeing in a good-natured, dispassionate way like your fellow men do.
Food for thought.
(Don't bother to reply as I am ignoring you from now on. I was moved to know you are unable to establish genuine connections on the forum, which is why I had decided to reach out to you and make small talk, but after another unpleasant experience, I give up. Your erratic behavior is repulsive. You are bound to be friendless even on a forum like this.)
I agree with @Orzmund that this is a bit much. While the irrational man might not have been able to invent the spear, they would have surely been perfectly capable of operating it adequately. Besides, I doubt most plumbers are rationally gifted, yet I doubt many of them are on welfare. Welfare is full of lazy bums and intellectual poseurs who mistakenly think themselves above menial labor.Ten thousand years ago, the aforementioned imbeciles would have starved to death because they are too incompetent to operate a spear. Now they just go on welfare and the brighter minority of the population carries them through life.
What sacrifice?The opposite is true, the genius artists, innovators, and inventors are given the opportunity to exercise their ardour and excess of intellect due to the sacrifices of the masses.
Why not? Do you have proof to the contrary? From where I'm standing, it sure seems that way.The ordinary person is not a reiterating parrot incapable of original discussion
Not everyone is born with the disposition for mathematics and arithmetic IQ is 80-90% genetic. And I would argue that contextualizing the information you read online and providing your own analysis may not be as intellectually demanding as crunching numbers, but still impressive nonetheless given the noticeable disadvantages we have from our own genetic limitations.Mathematics separates bright minds from intellectual impostors. Parrots can appear to be intelligent by paraphrasing something they read in a book, but they could never follow a high level mathematical discussion. That level of abstraction is unbearable for dilettantes.
Although I am well-versed in High School mathematics, I was incapable of pursuing a degree in the field because 1) my passion for the Humanities got the best of me, and 2) I am not quantitatively brilliant, though my verbal IQ is quite high.
Agreed.IQ is 80-90% genetic.
Your comment almost made it seem that you looked down upon people who weren't good at math when it's mostly luck and genetics that determine whether you'll have expertise in the field. It would be like judging a fish by its ability to climb a tree.Agreed.
That was not my intention. I agreed with what you wrote there.Your comment almost made it seem that you looked down upon people who weren't good at math when it's mostly luck and genetics that determine whether you'll have expertise in the field. It would be like judging a fish for its ability to climb a tree.
I don't really blame them. Life as a nobody is mediocre, especially if one happens to be an incel.I agree with @Orzmund that this is a bit much. While the irrational man might not have been able to invent the spear, they would have surely been perfectly capable of operating it adequately. Besides, I doubt most plumbers are rationally gifted, yet I doubt many of them are on welfare. Welfare is full of lazy bums and intellectual poseurs who mistakenly think themselves above menial labor.
The ordinary person devotes his life to the society he is absorbed into at birth, and through this involuntary service geniuses are given the opportunity to advance their understanding of the world.What sacrifice?
I speak very little to others in the real world, but I am positive that if I chanced upon a discussion with a menial drudge I would hear of anecdotes and opinions; at least this provides the solace that every person is able to illustrate their own vision of the world.Why not? Do you have proof to the contrary? From where I'm standing, it sure seems that way.
I think more women than men are on welfare, but don't quote me on that.I don't really blame them. Life as a nobody is mediocre, especially if one happens to be an incel.
I understand and largely agree with the dynamic you speak of, but is it really a sacrifice? What else would the common man do? He (or she) has to put bread on the table and his (her) means of doing so is rather limited. I can understand not wanting to do "base" work, but what's the alternative for them? Welfare has only become an option in recent times.The ordinary person devotes his life to the society he is absorbed into at birth, and through this involuntary service geniuses are given the opportunity to advance their understanding of the world.
What would Universities and research institutions be like with common faculty such as janitors, plumbers, electricians, construction workers, et cetera?
This service to society is mutual and transactional, without geniuses society would be without some of our greatest technologies, and without ordinary people the savants would have no means of creating them.
Of course, but many of the things they like or think are very similar. We even have words for this exact phenomenon: hype, boom, rage, etc. Their conformity functions as an echo chamber reinforcing itself. Ignorami are of course not braindead, but they do seem like "reiterating parrots incapable of original discussion" as you put it, destined to be groupies to someone if not each other.I speak very little to others in the real world, but I am positive that if I chanced upon a discussion with a menial drudge I would hear of anecdotes and opinions; at least this provides the solace that every person is able to illustrate their own vision of the world.
Suicide? The will to live enthralls mostly everyone so you have a point.I think more women than men are on welfare, but don't quote me on that.
I understand and largely agree with the dynamic you speak of, but is it really a sacrifice? What else would the common man do? He (or she) has to put bread on the table and his (her) means of doing so is rather limited. I can understand not wanting to do "base" work, but what's the alternative for them? Welfare has only become an option in recent times.
The phenomenon you referenced is typical among younger generations—it can even be observed on this forum through terms like "maxxing", "brutal", and "it's over".Of course, but many of the things they like or think are very similar. We even have words for this exact phenomenon: hype, boom, rage, etc. Their conformity functions as an echo chamber reinforcing itself. Ignorami are of course not braindead, but they do seem like "reiterating parrots incapable of original discussion" as you put it,
Yes, it is only reasonable for uniqueness to be sparse. I agree with you.destined to be groupies to someone if not each other.
What do you think the language wherein science is writ is?Science is better math is homosexual
I’m mainly talking about biology but yea subjects like chemistry and physics use math but I’ve always been better in the math used in science instead of regular math cuz I think regular math is usually more difficult. I have a friend who’s failing math but getting 90’s in physics too.What do you think the language wherein science is writ is?
Interesting. I've always been the opposite. What makes abstract math more difficult you think? Its abstract nature?I’ve always been better in the math used in science instead of regular math cuz I think regular math is usually more difficult. I have a friend who’s failing math but getting 90’s in physics too.
The resulting shape is two cones joined at the base. The volume of the solid of revolution is therefore twice the volume of the cone. The volume of a cone is (π/3)*r^2*h, where r is the radius of the base of the cone and h is the height of the cone. In this case, both r & h are half as long as the diagonal of the cube. The diagonal of the cube measures 3*sqrt(3) units, so r = h = (3/2)*sqrt(3). The volume of the solid of revolution should therefore be (27π/8)*sqrt(3).Find the volume of the revolution solid formed by the rotation of a 3 side length cube around its inside diagonal
mfw Sneir just solved the Collatz conjectureView attachment 701466 (IN VIDEO GAME)
First, x needs to be nonnegative. Let u = the cube root of x. Then sqrt(1 + u^3) = u^2 - 1. Squaring both sides yields that 1 + u^3 = u^4 - 2u^2 + 1 -- i.e., u^4 - u^3 - 2u^2 = 0, so u = 0 or 0 = u^2 - u - 2 = (u - 2)(u + 1). Since u = 0 would imply x = 0, which is evidently a spurious solution, either u = 2 or u = -1. However, u = -1 would mean that x = -1, so u = 2 AKA x = 8 is the only solution.Find all values of X, such that:
Sqrt(1 + sqrt(1 + x)) = cubic root of x
After DEATH LABOUR CAMP I WILL SOLVE (IN VIDEO GAME)First, x needs to be nonnegative. Let u = the cube root of x. Then sqrt(1 + u^3) = u^2 - 1. Squaring both sides yields that 1 + u^3 = u^4 - 2u^2 + 1 -- i.e., u^4 - u^3 - 2u^2 = 0, so u = 0 or 0 = u^2 - u - 2 = (u - 2)(u + 1). Since u = 0 would imply x = 0, which is evidently a spurious solution, either u = 2 or u = -1. However, u = -1 would mean that x = -1, so u = 2 AKA x = 8 is the only solution.
CorrectFirst, x needs to be nonnegative. Let u = the cube root of x. Then sqrt(1 + u^3) = u^2 - 1. Squaring both sides yields that 1 + u^3 = u^4 - 2u^2 + 1 -- i.e., u^4 - u^3 - 2u^2 = 0, so u = 0 or 0 = u^2 - u - 2 = (u - 2)(u + 1). Since u = 0 would imply x = 0, which is evidently a spurious solution, either u = 2 or u = -1. However, u = -1 would mean that x = -1, so u = 2 AKA x = 8 is the only solution.
GIVE ME MATH PROBLEM I WILL SOLVE IT RN (IN VIDEO GAME)Correct
Answer= 1488?@trying to ascend TO EASY NEXT View attachment 701769 (IN VIDEO GAME)
The linear algebra book my uni used was in Flemish, so no. The following might be nice, however.@trying to ascend @Ahnfeltia Any book recommendations for a beginner self learning linear algebra?
The linear algebra book my uni used was in Flemish, so no. The following might be nice, however.
I'm watching this video.
ive solved itmfw Sneir just solved the Collatz conjecture
apes be aping I guessive solved it
nglapes be aping I guess
Let a be a positive real number. Set S(a) to the value of the enclosed area bounded by the y-axis, by the parabola =x² and by the tangent line to the same parabola at the point (a, a²).
Find the limit: lim→+∞ S(a)/(a³ + a² + a + 1)
Most of those problems are meant for HS studentsNigga i'm still in high school
I didn't learn this yet, or maybe not the same terms you use, do you live in the us?Most of those problems are meant for HS students
I don’tI didn't learn this yet, or maybe not the same terms you use, do you live in the us?
Find the lowest value of |x - w |, given that |x| = 12 and | w - 3 - 4i| = 5I have math this semester
I got have what that means sadly because we are learning parabolas right nowFind the lowest value of |x - w |, given that |x| = 12 and | w - 3 - 4i| = 5
Absolute value of complex numbers, circumferences in the gauss planeI got no idea what that means were learning parabolas right now
Ok. A number is 5 times more than twice another number. Find the two numbers and the maximum value.Absolute value of complex numbers, circumferences in the gauss plane
I fucking hate complex numbers mangAbsolute value of complex numbers, circumferences in the gauss plane
What's your favorite math subject?I fucking hate complex numbers mang
There's no particular subject that stands out to me really, except anything involving complex numbers, though it stands out negatively.What's your favorite math subject?
!!!!Two numbers have a sum of 29 and a product that is a maximum. Determine the two numbers and the maximum product.
Are those integers? If not.Two numbers have a sum of 29 and a product that is a maximum. Determine the two numbers and the maximum product.