thebest712 wrote:have tomorrow math olympiad
Oo, how did it go??
(By the way, the usergroup should be up soon. king achilles just had some minor things, including removing AoG as group leader to focus on his clan and a description of the group.)
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thebest712 wrote:have tomorrow math olympiad
Victor Sullivan wrote:thebest712 wrote:have tomorrow math olympiad
Oo, how did it go??
(By the way, the usergroup should be up soon. king achilles just had some minor things, including removing AoG as group leader to focus on his clan and a description of the group.)
Army of GOD wrote:Victor Sullivan wrote:thebest712 wrote:have tomorrow math olympiad
Oo, how did it go??
(By the way, the usergroup should be up soon. king achilles just had some minor things, including removing AoG as group leader to focus on his clan and a description of the group.)
lol. They just don't trust me as group leader. All because of QQ
Crazyirishman wrote:AoG is there a lazy-persons way to do partial fraction decompositions and integration involving centroids?
Crazyirishman wrote:Crazyirishman wrote:AoG is there a lazy-persons way to do partial fraction decompositions and integration involving centroids?
And trigonometric substitutions into integrals. I'm not allowed to use my calculator in this class so I actually have to start paying attention in Calc 2.
Crazyirishman wrote:My calc class is engineering based and so the 'centroids' I guess could also be called the center of mass or center of momentum.
maasman wrote:Crazyirishman wrote:My calc class is engineering based and so the 'centroids' I guess could also be called the center of mass or center of momentum.
aren't those the curves you get if you rolled a circle on a line and then smoked it?
maasman wrote:Crazyirishman wrote:My calc class is engineering based and so the 'centroids' I guess could also be called the center of mass or center of momentum.
aren't those the curves you get if you rolled a circle on a line?
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