Hi all, it's been a long time since I last posted on PF. I think I need some help regarding the following. Thanks in advance for the input. (I hope I'm not being awkward...)
Well, I've heard a lot about the general pieces of advice about how to approach girls/women: be confident, be polite ...
Though Newton's laws are essential to learn physics, they are not needed in order to understand why centripetal acceleration = v2/r. This is simple kinematics and calculus (and geometry).
To me, it sounds more like he enjoys experimenting with the bug's reactions. No need to make him feel guilty about it; there are billions of bugs out there, and he's squashing less than 0.0001% of them.
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Hello PF,
I hope that I'm not repeating an old thread; I've searched for this thread in here, and could not find any.
So, on to my problem then: I've been self-studying from a few math textbooks for a while now. But, the problem is that I quickly get bored while working through the...
If you are happy with your "meaning" of multiplication but not with the one for division, why don't you view division from a multiplication perspective? For example:
x/y = k is the same as saying x = ky. That is x/y is that number by which you multiply y in order to get x.
For now, I find elementary number theory, counting, graph theory (introductory), and euclidean geometry extremely appealing, so yeah I guess I might have an inclination for combinatorics.
In comparison, I am uncomfortable when dealing with any mathematical object that is too abstract; to...