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If there was zero error in the experiment, how many points would be on the line? (meaning if the equation for the points was created). I'm thinking that ALL points will be on that line, but I feel like this is a tricky question. The other option is that "there will always be some points that do not go through the line even if there is zero error" I know that in real life nothing is perfect but the question seems to ask about a theoretical situation. What do you guys think?
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Anyone has this book in pdf? An Introduction to Analysis by Wade
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Two Words: Fuck. Matlab. What asshole made CS a requirement and then told everyone in that class to go fuck themselves....
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hey /sci/ what would be a good electrical engineering book you would recommend? Can be math heavy but I would like one not so in depth with the components because im reading the art of electronics and im already going through many pages just on transistors. thanks in advance!

movies being straight up retarded with science thread

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>watching movie "battleship" >earth beams a message at another planet (some kind of supermassive visible laser shoots up from the ground then hits a satellite that directs the laser to the alien planet (lol wut). this is never explained but apparently micheal bay was elected director of nasa) >for some reason the message doesn't take centuries or millenia to get to the target star system and the alien response comes shortly after >wut how it should have >we send a message to an alien planet >2 thousand years later they receive the message >they think we're weird and don't want to talk to us
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Over 10 minutes in MSpaint.
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How does one increase their mathematical problem solving skills? Right now I rely mostly on intuition, but being familiar with a more rigorous process I think will be helpful. I'm assuming that this skill can be taught as so can many others, and I was wondering whereto I should turn to increase my abilities in this area? Of course I understand that problem solving can't be as rigorous as in to follow a set of predefined specific steps that solve every problem, but with regards to that it is a skill, and a skill that I find important, I would like to improve it. Is it better to improve problem solving skills in general, and only then try to apply them mathematically, or should I focus on the mathematical aspect from the start, assuming that my goal is two-fold, both to improve my mathematical problem solving skills, and my general ones. Thank you in advance.


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Does anyone know if it is save for under 18s to use nootropics? I have a friend who is 16 and wants to start using aniracetm and alpha gpc and I just wanna check with you guys to be safe...
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Does f'(0) exist, /sci/? I don't understand why my professor decided, when he hasn't taught us about derivatives with trigonometric functions and the book (which is the same book for every single engineering major) hasn't delved into it either, to assign us these problems.
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Why do people think science is some sort of ideology? I refer in particular to the reddit-style vocal atheists. These people think that science is some political position you can take that is an alternative to the mainstream, or something. And what's funny is that these people are almost never literate at anything scientific at all, and have humanities degrees. I am an atheist, and I do math, and have atheist friends, but none of my scifag friends who are atheists make it their identities or "ideology" or bring it up or anything. Maybe because it's less mystical to us or something. And to the /r/atheism people who just like pop sci crap, there's some sort of reverence they have for it that makes it like religion. To us it's just a specific type of scrutiny of the mundane. Anyone else notice this?
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>that neurochemical reaction when there are no more cute science threads on /sci/
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I've been on the clumsy and painful process of writing with my right hand. So, /sci/: what are the pros and cons of achieving ambidexterity? How come it's so hard to write with both hands at the same time at fluent speed?
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I have a serious question. If I take a car headlight LED diode that runs off 12v and connect it to a 9v battery what would happen? Also, how would I go about finding a portable 12v power source?
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5.74*10^17 electrons flow through a wire in 250 ms. What is the current in amperes?
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Hey /sci/entists, which do I choose? Caramello or Dairy milk?
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Does the future resemble the past?
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Whats this /sci/? Yesterday warp speed, now this? Is it really happening?Is the next technological evolution imminent? http://www.veteranstoday.com/2012/09/17/ufo-war-chinese-and-us-navy-off-san-francisco/ "You cannot stop the future."
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>Medical student doesn't believe in evolution, but believes in MRSA (Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus) >When asked how it came into existence, he would not answer >How do you convince a person that evolution is true when the evidence is already there? Perhaps you would say, "You can't"
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How would I rearrange 4=1/1-3x to solve for x?
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So I'm supposed to come up with a good idea for a physics t-shirt for a class, but I'm not creative at all, anybody have any ideas a for a funny/clever physics shirt?

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