# Quantic Programming

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The first thing they saw was a MAC. The next fourteen thousand and nine hundred ninety nine million and nine thousand and nine hundred ninety nine other things they saw were PCs.

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 Mar17 accepted Calculate the length of the line which represents the function in a plot Mar17 comment Calculate the length of the line which represents the function in a plot So, I can't hope for a simple expression... Mathematica gives a wild conditional statement... Thanks! Mar17 comment Calculate the length of the line which represents the function in a plot Well, I still can't figure it out. I'll wait for some help... Mar17 comment Calculate the length of the line which represents the function in a plot @aricha1940 actually, I think you're right! Thanks! I'll check that out Mar17 asked Calculate the length of the line which represents the function in a plot Feb7 awarded Popular Question Nov11 accepted Sets theory - proving an expression Nov11 comment Sets theory - proving an expression Thank you very much!!! Great answer. Thanks for the translation also. Took me a minute to grasp the English, but I finally understood the solution. Nov11 awarded Commentator Nov11 comment Sets theory - proving an expression @Asaf Kargila - I just did. Thanks! Nov11 revised Sets theory - proving an expression added 8 characters in body Nov11 awarded Editor Nov11 revised Sets theory - proving an expression added 8 characters in body Nov11 comment Sets theory - proving an expression I mean A \ B. (the left part of the given expression) Nov11 asked Sets theory - proving an expression Feb23 comment Finding root of a polynomial Thank you very much for clarifying this. Feb23 accepted Finding root of a polynomial Feb23 asked Finding root of a polynomial Jan24 comment Problem with an equation. Thanks! Helped me a lot. Jan24 accepted Problem with an equation.