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Listening to Music while doing mathematics or reading mathematics text

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What's the verdict on this one? I like listening to some techno and vaporwave(instrumental) when I study, it seems to allow my brain to "chew" on something which some how allows me to concentrate better. "At Princeton he received complaints for regularly playing extremely loud German march music on his gramophone, which distracted those in neighbouring offices, including Albert Einstein, from their work.[53] Von Neumann did some of his best work in noisy, chaotic environments, and once admonished his wife for preparing a quiet study for him to work in. He never used it, preferring the couple's living room with its television playing loudly." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_von_Neumann
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Do all of the non-trivial roots of the Riemann zeta function have real part 1/2?
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I am a fourth year math student and somehow avoided anything to do with physics. Whats are the best intro to physics books that treats the topic with rigor and doesn't insult the reader's intelligence?
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Are there things in computing or programming that just work and we don't know how they do yet? Like any mysteries or something that can't be figured out? I can't imagine there possibly could be, since we made all that stuff from scratch, but I won't know unless I ask I guess.

Struggling in university

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Okay so a little background I was a stellar student in highschool and got into a Canadian university program with a 4% acceptance rate with a 98% average. However, in my first year of university I really struggled and had low marks. I attributed this to the fact that I basically found myself in two different relationships and two different break-ups along with drinking and partying for the first time in my life, and also just a general transition. This year being my second year, I kept socializing to a minimum, wasn't involved with any girls, and didn't party, but my marks were still terribly low. This was concerning because my habits were good and I was studying around 7-9 hours a day. It was really discouraging studying an incredible amount for a midterm and only getting a 70%, the same mark they got by studying for just 2 days. The final straws for me were getting a 59% on an Anatomy midterm which I studied very hard for. When talking to friends, I studied for the midterm in a similar manner/on the same schedule as most of them. The other low mark I got was 50% on a Psych midterm which I also studied solidly for for about a week. I am willing to accept that my study methods may not be perfect and need improving, but I am doing way below average, which I feel probably indicates some deeper issue -- my only problem is that I don't know the issue is. I don't think having imperfect time management and study skills leads to marks this bad because I spent the majority of time studying for school. I've been studying the same way since 10th grade and it used to work wonders (except for in first year, but like I said I rationalized it by being a transitional period/period where I was distracted), I don't feel anxious or stressed for exams, and I find the content of the material I study to be fairly easy and understandable. (cont)
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>it begins.
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Why aren't you studying machine learning and AI?

/sqt/ - Stupid Questions Thread

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Last one is about to die. Post your retarded questions here, brainlets. Please direct all brainlets to this thread.

Calculus

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So how many integrals did Newton and Leibniz actually figure out? I was trying to derive an integral today and wondered how many man-hours are behind the tables in most mathematical handbooks. Are there any books out there that list a bunch of derivatives for random/weird functions to make it easier to guess or approximate an integral? It'd be nice if there was a picture book for this stuff.
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how the fuck can a function be continuous everywhere but differentiable nowhere?

Procrastination

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What's the science behind procrastination? How do I make myself stop?

Math video

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Made this popsci math video proving why the area of a circle = pi*r^2. Give some feedback pls https://youtube.com/watch?v=rjqPvrzGm5E

Genius Thread

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Post your iq and accomplishments No brainlets

simple question

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Why do lighter skin people have autism?
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Is getting a degree in robotics worth it and why?

What goes on here?

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Pinwheel Galaxy.
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When did science become so based on emotion?
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If we built a ladder into space or a road tangent to the Earth into space, would you be able to escape Earth's gravity by climbing the ladder or walking/ driving on the road, or would you still have to travel faster than the escape velocity? If it is possible, what factors make this different from an airborne vehicle trying to escape Earth's atmosphere?
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Does $10k earned by doing EE/Comp EE/Math/Physics have the same value as $10k earned by some instagram model with 500k followers for posting a fitness ad?
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>ywn solve the millennium prize problems and attain worldwide fame and money






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