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Need help with my technical fest! 
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#1
Jan1912, 11:13 AM

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I have this Computer Science tech. fest coming up in my college. I am assigned to collect a few questions for a particular event. Basically the question should be a mathematical expression which on simplifying/integrating/differentiating or applying any other mathematical operation should reduce to something amazing (like a popular word).
ex: Simplify e^{b(y^{2}.........some characters)} Simplifying this should give a word like e^{bay}. Any ideas would be appreciated. 


#2
Jan1912, 11:15 AM

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there as a recent article at NPR on this very subject:
http://www.npr.org/blogs/krulwich/20...tionsscreamed 


#3
Jan1912, 11:35 AM

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umm I think we can't use computers, it should be solvable manually.



#4
Jan2012, 02:35 AM

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Need help with my technical fest!
log[x]=b*a
x^y = ? 


#5
Jan2012, 07:48 AM

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That's fine with the example I gave.
I need similar questions. 


#6
Jan2112, 03:30 AM

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[tex]\sum_{n=1}^\infty\frac{1}{2^n1}\cdot\sum_{n=1}^{\infty}\frac{1}{n^3}\cdot\lim_{n \to \infty }\left(\sum_{k=1}^{n}\frac{1}{k}\ln(n) \right )[/tex]
[tex]E_B[/tex] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erd%C5%...rwein_constant [tex]A[/tex]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ap%C3%A9ry%27s_constant [tex]\gamma[/tex]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Euler%E...eroni_constant 


#7
Jan2512, 09:08 AM

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dats a great idea!
I made up another question : (1)^{1/3}.(1)^{(1/2+1/2)}.f(x) , where f(x) is any function with x=1 This reduces to ωifi. I am trying to find a question such that the expression reduces to Hack or Hacked or any other Computer related word. Can you help? 


#8
Jan2612, 01:24 AM

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[tex]6.626068 × 10^{34}\frac{\log(1)}{\pi} \left[\frac{m^2\quad kg}{s}\right][/tex]



#9
Jan2612, 09:22 AM

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Sorry I did not get that.
The first value is for 'h'. Isn't log(1) undefined? 


#10
Jan2612, 04:19 PM

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Feb112, 10:44 AM

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#12
Feb612, 12:41 PM

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My calc I teacher showed us this one on the last day of class:
[tex]\int_0^{ice}\frac{x^2}{3}=(ice)^3[/tex] Ice cube. 


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