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Can anyone tell me where I can find the entire Art of Problem Solving series (including solution manuals) or any part of the series at all? I could only find the Introduction to Algebra book after scouring the typical torrent/direct download sites on the /sci/ guide.

math joke

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Home home on the range?

Kuiper cliff

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So whats your hypothesis over the Kuipper cliff /sci/? >inb4 nibiru >inb4 op can't inb4

Inquiry

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So we were melting down this powder in high school chemistry last year. Then adding metals to make the entire thing a different color. Don't remember much about it. I thought it was "botox". But I'm fairly certain bee toxin isn't used in plastics and coloring of them. I remember it was copper that I added. To make it green (if you can tell). It looks like it's degrading back to powder. Or that's mold, but that's not important. What's the powder?
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WHO? AE FTW

Sup /sci/

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Can we duplicate consciousness? Can we transfre consciousness to multiple bodys (Preferably cyborgs)? Why do women smell so good?

Telepathy

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Suppose that it were proven to be true. What would the implications be, sci?

Set Theory

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Does anyone know any good books on set theory as a whole?

pseudocode

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hey guys, does anyone here have any experience with pseudocode? I know it's not exactly maths but it is computer maths and it couldn't hurt to ask
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Vaginal orgasm. Does it exist?
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By what year will interstellar travel be possible?
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How do you express 127/10 as a common fraction where the denominator is a power of 2? I read this exercise in a programming book with no solutions to be found. I realize this is an ultra pleb question, but can you guys show me the method to solve this?
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Hey, /sci/, I wanted to ask, if maybe someone of you had any good materials about tensor analysis. I would be very grateful!
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Just wondering if there is a name for this. It's kinda like the rule of Sarrus for finding the determinant of a 3x3 matrix, but it gives you the matrix of minors. The arrangement is just a simple way to get the minors. I have looked, but I couldn't find any name this particular arrangement.
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Space pictures thread
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So are "homework threads" allowed on /sci/? I don't understand the concept of a "homework thread'. Any math problem addressed here can be a problem being thought about in one's head.
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Why can't you drink and live off salt water? Someone explain this bullshit to me.

Electrical consumption

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Let's say you have a single screw conveyor. It is driven by an engine which runs 1300 h/a. The type label of the engine gives these information: 5.5 kW 380 V 12,6 A 50 Hz 955 U/min cos(phi)=0.78 how do I calculate the annual electricity consumption? And how reliable is the result considering the engine and the conveyor are 40 years old? Thanks a lot!
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Guys, can you help me with partial sums, I don't get them. The question asks from K to infinity, 1/(k(k+3)). Now, I can rewrite this as (1/3k)-(1/3(k+3)) but after that I have no clue what to do. The answer at the back is 11/18
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Scifags, I heard the claim made that the facial template cosmetic surgeons use is based on the facial dimensions of a 14 year old girl because they’re considered to be the most attractive. Is there any scientific evidence for this?






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