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Picmonic USMLE Step 1

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Does anyone have any links/torrents for the USMLE prep cards known as Picmonic? Here is an example of it...
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Write a C program that calculates the squares and cubes of the numbers from 0 to the integer N, which is not greater than 10. Allow the user to input the integer N from the keyboard and use tabs to print the values in a table in the form shown below. Comment your program liberally. My problem is that my professor wants it 0 to N not N to 0 as shown in the picture. Any one know how to flip it???
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Hey, /sci/. I'm here from a couple doors over in /tg/ and I was wondering since I assume all you guys are probably smarter then me, where do you see technology in the next couple of centuries?
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A new computer game costs $90,000 to develop. Once completed, individual games can be produced for $0.60 each. The first 100 are given away as samples. Write a function C(x) for the average cost of each game that is sold. How many games must be sold for the average cost to be less than $1? /b/ can't agree on the answer. Mediate us so we can leave this board as fast as possible.
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Hey /sci/, I have a question. Assume a parallel universe where the ISS were never built, what differences would this universe have from ours?
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What are some good strathegies to prevent erectie dysfunction with age? Eating healthy, no (?) drugs, and sport of course. But can we be more specific?
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“You’re in a row boat, which is in a large tank filled with water. You have an anchor on board, which you throw overboard (the chain is long enough so the anchor rests completely on the bottom of the tank). Does the water level in the tank rise or fall?”
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How does parent age effect offspring?
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Need some graphing calculator help. I need to solve this equation graphically for q and put it in set notation. I think I graphed it right I'm just not sure how to solve it without using algebra. Thanks.
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Sup dudes You guys mind giving me a hint for what kind of math will be needed to solve problem 416 of Project Euler? http://projecteuler.net/problem=416 It's combinatorics right? But can someone please point me in the right direction?
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>Cant even multiply divide add or subtract fractions >Don't know what an exponent is >Last math class was geometry back in 11th grade where i got a D >Go to /sci/ and ask 'How do i math?" >Go to khanacademy faggot >Do it >now I'm blasting through precalculus Just wanted to stop by and say thanks.
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I remember reading/watching somewhere that scientist solved the mystery of planetary formation by bringing a bag of salt (or maybe it was sugar) into a space. The zero gravity environment made the crystals float around but they suddenly started forming clumps of salt. Did this happen or am I imagining it?
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ELECTRIC UNIVERSE THEORY http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5AUA7XS0TvA&feature=youtu.be&t=1m20s kindly discuss. the video is only available for a limited time on youtube. It is 1 hour long. Please watch fully, then discuss.

Rejected: Peer Reviewers on Strike

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Peer review is the evaluation of work by one or more people of similar competence to the producers of the work (peers.) It constitutes a form of self-regulation by qualified members of a profession within the relevant field (from wikipedia). So far, so good. However, peer-reviewing, in many scientific professions, is a free service that is mostly performed by scientists on short-running positions, who do not have any time to waste on their peer's garbage. This renders the peer-reviewing process to have very low quality, and as a result a large proportion of scientific articles are not worth reading. We want to help fixing this system. We demand a comprehensive scheme of compensation for peer reviewing. Quality control must not be an act of charity: it needs to be recognized as a valuable part in the academic process. Join the process.

Where did I go wrong?? Lol.

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I did the math... I the votes are coming, we will not reach the goal of 500k votes... My calculations show 1 vote per 10 seconds from 421,470 Votes. Too reach 500k votes, you would need too subtract, 421,470 from 500k = 78530. Now Per 10 seconds = 1 vote. 42147 / 10 = 42147. Now we can divide that by the 1(hour), which will become our prediction. 42147 / 60 = 702.45. Now we can see It will take 702.45 hours for 500k votes. Lets shorten it by days! 702.45 / 24(Hours) = 29.268 Days! -------------------------------------------------------------------- I know this is wrong, but please show me how too solve this. My head will explode if I don't learn. I literally out of the blue became interest in this type of math lol.
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If csc(x)=6, for 90 degrees < x < 180 degrees, then Sin(pi/x)= Cos(pi/x)= Tan(pi/x)= image unrelated
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Why do scientists have such a pattern bias? They try to find reason and order in chaotic things. They always try to quantify things and come up with false conclusions. Yellowstone national park has erupted every 640,000 years or so therefore it will erupt soon because it's been 640,000 years since the last eruption. That's fucking stupid. You have a sample size of THREE past eruptions and they happen to be roughly the same distance apart so you assume that it's a linear event? Moron. Same with economists and inflation. They think inflation is something that will creep up on a linear scale and that we'll see it coming despite the fact that that has NEVER happened. Inflation randomly hits one month and no one knows why. Even Milton Friedman, a nobel prize winning economist said no one truly understands monetary inflation because it's a random event, yet people always try to see it coming with bullshit guages like consumer price index. What's with academics and trying to find patterns in every thing?
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So with the recent growth in bionic attachments how long till it gets to the point that the attachments outdo the human body?
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geologyfags get in here ITT: what first attracted us to geology >be in 8th grade art looking up sculpture ideas >stumble upon a site about "natural art" (different mineral formations) >fell in love with mineralogy >learned to love geology
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What exactly is the singularity? It sounds like something as abstract as the idea of Heaven for religious people, and some transhumanists seem to embrace it with the same fervor. Picture sort of related.

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