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Looking for Person To Share Info/Solve and Share Problems with;

  1. Feb 10, 2012 #1
    I'm looking for something like a partner to study/share info/solve and share problems with.
    I sometimes slack off or get stuck so, so this could be a way to increase productivity since I don't know many people to ask for help (I'm willing to give what I can too of course).
    This might turn out as a failed test but the idea has been bothering me. Maybe something interesting comes out.

    I'm interested in math, physics and languages and many other things.

    Someone with a similar level of education to mine would probably work best. I'm not a genius and I'm not looking for one.
    Also I don't mind someone to just throw random problems at me, (preferably interesting of course).
    PM or reply.

    PS:Some of the things I'd be willing to learn/work on or have worked on.

    -Math (Matrices, Tensors, Calculus, n-Dimensional Geometry ,Graphs,
    -Physics (Electromagnetism, Maxwell's Equations, GR and SR, Laws of Motion)
    -Languages (German (possible but improbable Polish/Dutch/Japanese)
    -Linguistics (German Grammar/Orthography/Phonetics basically)
    -Conlang (Definition of Conlanging: Creating Languages)
    -Some Problems that I've worked on (e.g:"Number of Even Numbers in the nth Pascal Triangle's Line.", "Equation for the motion of bodies subjected to Gravitational Forces only", "Come Up With Riemman Sums and Taylor Series")
    Last edited: Feb 10, 2012
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  3. Feb 10, 2012 #2


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  4. Feb 10, 2012 #3
    Sometimes I feel like the questions are not as objective as they should be for the forum or not fit for it or might lead into some other questions right after, so I avoid using as not to spam. I do use it sometimes though. Thanks.
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