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 Mar29 awarded Notable Question Jan18 awarded Famous Question Jan25 awarded Popular Question Jan2 awarded Notable Question Oct27 comment How do I calculate (((i * j) modulo 2^64) / k) modulo 2^64 and get the same result as ( (i * j) / k ) modulo 2^64? A procedure is fine. Sorry, got caught up in stuff. Oct13 comment How do I calculate (((i * j) modulo 2^64) / k) modulo 2^64 and get the same result as ( (i * j) / k ) modulo 2^64? Sorry; I need to decompose the first equation into a series of equations which, when a set of i, j and k numbers are run through them, give the same final result as the second equation. Oct13 asked How do I calculate (((i * j) modulo 2^64) / k) modulo 2^64 and get the same result as ( (i * j) / k ) modulo 2^64? Jul26 awarded Popular Question Sep26 comment Differentiate the equation for linear motion I haven't gotten to integration yet, so I didn't do integration. Sep24 revised Differentiate the equation for linear motion added 505 characters in body Sep23 revised Differentiate the equation for linear motion deleted 26 characters in body Sep23 comment Differentiate the equation for linear motion I'm completing the square, as advised by the first comment. Thanks. Copying an equation, then modifying it, is easier than writing out a new equation each time. Sep23 revised Differentiate the equation for linear motion added 484 characters in body Sep23 revised Differentiate the equation for linear motion added 142 characters in body Sep23 comment Differentiate the equation for linear motion Thanks. Things like that I what I want to learn/relearn. :) And hey, I know that "completing the square". :) Edit time. I'll need to learn/relearn that hyperbola stuff. Probably learned it in High School, but, well, forgot. One reason I'm relearning intermediate math. :) Parabola, check. Sep23 asked Differentiate the equation for linear motion Jun4 accepted How do you rotate a vector by a unit quaternion? Jun4 comment How do you rotate a vector by a unit quaternion? Ok, thanks. Sorry for the long delay, but life. I'm marking yours as the answer. Jun3 awarded Student May20 awarded Commentator