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  • Bachelor of Science (Adv Maths) with Honors in Computer Science from USYD
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revised Finding Moment of Inertia (rotional inertia?) $I$ using integration?
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revised What's so “natural” about the base of natural logarithms?
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revised What are the most important questions or areas of study in the philosophy of mathematics?
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comment What mathematical questions or areas have philosophical implications outside of mathematics?
@Peter: Book recommendations are welcome, though I don't know how long it will take me to look at them
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revised What are the most important questions or areas of study in the philosophy of mathematics?
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comment What are the most important questions or areas of study in the philosophy of mathematics?
@Robin: Okay then, what results are most relevant to the philosophy of mathematics?
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asked What are the most important questions or areas of study in the philosophy of mathematics?
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comment What mathematical questions or areas have philosophical implications outside of mathematics?
@Carl, @Americo: I decided to exclude the philosophy of mathematics itself as it would probably be better dealt with in a separate question
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revised What mathematical questions or areas have philosophical implications outside of mathematics?
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asked What mathematical questions or areas have philosophical implications outside of mathematics?
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accepted Why are quadratic equations called quadratics?
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asked Why are quadratic equations called quadratics?
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comment Terminology for handling probabilities with partial knowledge
@T: I was asking for terminology to make it clear that a certain probability was based on the knowledge that a particular individual posessed, rather than the complete knowledge available from the question. I am using simply "probability" to refer to the probability from our perspective