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Oct
30
revised Units of a log of a physical quantity
Latex formatting
Oct
30
suggested suggested edit on Units of a log of a physical quantity
Oct
30
comment Units of a log of a physical quantity
-1 - This reasoning does not work - $(a b)^c$ distributes to $a^c b^c$, but $log(a*b)$ does not distribute to $\log(a) \log(b)$
Apr
2
awarded  Critic
Sep
19
revised Fitting a sine wave of known frequency through three points
Better implemented using atan2, probably
Feb
20
awarded  Scholar
Feb
20
accepted What notation should I use to describe circular motion using only 2D vectors?
Feb
10
suggested suggested edit on How can we produce another geek clock with a different pair of numbers?
Feb
5
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
25
comment Can every proof by contradiction also be shown without contradiction?
Meta-question: Can a proof that "every proof by contradiction can also be shown without contradiction" be shown without proof by contradiction.
Jun
3
awarded  Yearling
Jun
2
comment How can we produce another geek clock with a different pair of numbers?
This also has the nice property of having lines of identical length
Jun
2
comment How can we produce another geek clock with a different pair of numbers?
@JonasMeyer: Except that was my answer
Jun
2
answered How can we produce another geek clock with a different pair of numbers?
Mar
12
revised Fitting a sine wave of known frequency through three points
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Mar
11
awarded  Teacher
Mar
11
revised Fitting a sine wave of known frequency through three points
\left and \right
Mar
11
answered Fitting a sine wave of known frequency through three points
Mar
10
comment Fitting a sine wave of known frequency through three points
@KannappanSampath: Given a function $f(\theta)$ which is known to give results of the form $a \sin(\theta+b) + c$, where $a$, $b$, and $c$ are unknown constants, how can these constants be found? For example, can these three constants be inferred from the values of $f(0)$, $f(\frac{2\pi}{3})$, and $f(-\frac{2\pi}{3})$?
Jun
5
answered What notation should I use to describe circular motion using only 2D vectors?