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 Sep 30 comment Question Regarding Limits and Confusing Notation @mixedmath: I'd rather not mention it, as not to really trash it's reputation. It's really got a great Computer Science program (and is #1 in its region) [which is my major], but the math department seems lacking. Sep 30 comment Question Regarding Limits and Confusing Notation Upon reading this, it seems to me that the solution to my question would then be $\epsilon$ = $|f(c)|$. Sep 30 comment Question Regarding Limits and Confusing Notation Would you mind elaborating on what the terms $\delta$ and $\epsilon$ even mean? My professor told us "not to worry about those", and the textbook doesn't define them. Some university... Sep 30 comment Question Regarding Limits and Confusing Notation Well, another problem I have is that I have no knowledge of what $\delta$ or $\epsilon$ are/means. We were never taught about that matter, and we were even told "not to worry about it." Would you mind elaborating on these terms a little bit? Sep 29 asked Question Regarding Limits and Confusing Notation Sep 28 comment Why Does The Sine Expression Equal Another? That's exactly what I was supposed to do. Thank you. Sep 28 comment Why Does The Sine Expression Equal Another? Oh, I see it now! Thank you very much. Sep 28 accepted Why Does The Sine Expression Equal Another? Sep 27 comment Why Does The Sine Expression Equal Another? I was told simplify $\frac{\sin(\theta)}{\sin(5\theta)}$ by multiplying it by $\frac{5\theta}{5\theta}$. What I didn't get it how it yielded that solution. Sep 27 comment Why Does The Sine Expression Equal Another? I still don't see where that $\frac{1}{5}$ comes from. Sep 27 asked Why Does The Sine Expression Equal Another? Sep 24 accepted Finding Speed at a Single Point Sep 24 revised Finding Speed at a Single Point added 6 characters in body Sep 24 asked Finding Speed at a Single Point Sep 21 accepted Re-writing a logarithm to a power Sep 21 reviewed Approve Re-writing a logarithm to a power Sep 21 comment Re-writing a logarithm to a power So is that already in simplest form? (Also, would you mind checking the edit I added to the bottom, just to ensure that I'm doing this right. I'm attempting to remember how to use logorithms at this point, so I'm still a beginner). Sep 21 asked Re-writing a logarithm to a power Sep 14 comment Finding a side given 2 angles and a side (and rationalizing a denominator afterwards) Well, I did at first, but you saying that ensures me that I must have it right! Thank you very much for your help :). Sep 14 accepted Finding a side given 2 angles and a side (and rationalizing a denominator afterwards)