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What profession do you think has the most intelligent individuals /sci/? I'm in medicine and I can safely tell you most of these people are completely fucking retarded outside of anything that has to do with it. Hell, alot of them are completely retarded in things that have to do with medicine. The classes are structured to pass standardized exams that are written by old fucks from 80 years ago on diseases so rare they might as well not exist. 80% of all medical problems can be solved by eating right and exercise and 10% are so serious the best they can do is try to add a few years onto life using drugs they're not even sure of the mechanisms of. But behold the wonders of a free market! I've gone way off track ...
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Is Schrödinger's Cat the same as the "If a Tree Falls in the Woods" theory?
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Need some help with a statistics problem dealing with hypothesis testing of population proportions... Fifty five percent of registered voters in a congressional district are registered Democrats. The Republican candidate takes a poll to assess his chances in a two candidate race. He polls 1200 potential voters and finds that 621 plan to vote for the Democratic candidate. Does the Republican candidate have a chance to win? Use a=0.05
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Any cramming tips? I have a calculus test tomorrow, and I started studying today. Didn't really get much studying done and now I need to cram. Any tips? Calculus I at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign btw, if it matters.

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Hello /sci/... I am trying to get into finance but I am having some trouble reading financial information. For example, look at this link. http://finance.yahoo.com/q?s=CAT&ql=1 Where is the price per share for this company? Is it the large 83.88 at the top left? I assuming that is it because its bigger than other numbers but I hate assuming things. ANyway, could you guys help me out in reading this information? Which are the important numbers?
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What do you think of online courses from universities? I'm going to do the Stanford finance one which will start any second (although you can enrol anytime) and the technology entrepeneurship one looks interesting. I'll also do more economics and maths related ones in the summer when I don't have actual university work >http://online.stanford.edu/courses Are these actually good, or is it just plebcore stuff? Is anyone else doing these and want to do the group parts together?

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Anyone knows how to calculate the bandwidth of a simple 741 op-amp based amplifier?~
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Is Feynman Lectures on Physics worth buying for someone who doesn't attend formal education in physics at uni level, but is nonetheless interested? What level of knowledge of physics / maths would one require to fully appreciate the books?
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How much does the voltage get amplified going through this circuit? Use Kirchhoff's Current Law and Kirchhoff's Voltage Law. I need some guidance!
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hello quick question if you think you've achieved the most you can achieve at maths (I believe I've reached my limit), can you push that mental block further and improve? I think I reached my limit about 4 years ago, haven't touched maths educationally since my question is, if I refresh my mind on what I know, can I then push myself further to increase my knowledge of maths? or is there a physical barrier which is attached to a person's IQ? This is a stupid question, but nonetheless, help would be appreciated
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anyone here stack precious metals?
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If the delay in a half adder is 10 ps, what is the worst case delay in a 32 bit ripple carry adder made from such half-adders? pic unrelated.
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sup /sci/ what do you think about the use of math and statistical inference in economics. Is enough to make it a science?
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I'm growing psilocybin mushrooms and I'm using the rye grain method. Unfortunately, I went out of town for a week and neglected to have someone shake them up. I now have jars that consist of solid cakes. Is there any way to salvage this or are my fully colonized jars worthless now?
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I'm stuck on algebra homework because I'm a stupid college student. Halp please? (-2^-5y^5z^2)^-4?
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Questions I need answered to increase the level of discourse I can have with my friends on the nature of the universe: >What proofs are there that mass and energy exist as probability distributions instead of discrete particles? >What dictates that an electron go from existing as a probability distribution to existing in a particular place and having a particular effect on other mass and energy >What dictates that an electron will revert back to existing as a probability distribution? Pic related because maladjusted teens are always related on 4chan.
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Organic Chem question here Give me a run down; why can a hydrazone be used in a wolff kishner reaction but not a oxime? only difference is between the OH and the NH2. Does it make that much of a difference? >inb4 stupid question
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Hey /sci/ i thought you might like to know what nasa is doing with their time. Pic related, USA drew a dick on mars.
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Hey /sci/, why is physics always said to be the hardest of any of the sciences? I thought the goal of physicists was to make this world less complex, and easier to understand, but instead it is just more complicated than ever. Are we just not done with physics? Is there so much more to discover that will finally make everything clear?






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