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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.
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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.
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comment Differentiate the equation for linear motion
I haven't gotten to integration yet, so I didn't do integration.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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