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Hello, StackExchange!

I'm just another programmer, albeit one who only likes low level stuff mostly. My preferred background and preference is in C, with some C++. I have some math background in Calculus and Linear algebra.

Finally I like videogames, especially puzzles, fantasy, RPG and Minecraft; and I also love to make ACSII art. As well as play The Legend of Zelda. (^.^)

main(){int z[] = {0x48, 0x65, 0x6C, 0x6C, 0x6F, 0x2C, 0x20, 0x57, 0x6F, 0x72, 0x6C, 0x64, 0x21};_(z);}int _(int *l){int i, *S = l; for(i = 0; i < 13; i++) printf("%c", *S++);}


Dec
21
comment How prove this inequality $f(a)\le f(b)$
It seems to be mostly the exact same thing?
Dec
20
comment Height at 2D coordinate on a 3D rectangular surface
If you're given an x and z, wouldn't any y work for the coordinates?
Dec
20
comment Does this graph have a special name? (8-connected neighborhood)
+1 'For all your Kingly needs' :)
Dec
20
comment Story problem using quadratic formula
@Desiree Sorry, my bad.
Dec
20
comment Story problem using quadratic formula
@Desiree There you are, hopefully that clears it up
Dec
20
comment Story problem using quadratic formula
@Desiree That is simply using the quadratic formula to solve for t. I'll edit my answer to reflect that.
Dec
20
comment Trouble finding the volume using the shell method
@StevenN, I'm sorry, I just read that wrong.
Dec
20
comment Trouble finding the volume using the shell method
If the line is $x=4$, I'm fairly certain the height should be $x^2-3x-4$? Try doing it like that instead?
Dec
20
comment Wolfram Alpha unexpected answer.
@user117031 No problem! Glad to be of help.
Dec
19
comment Please show $|\sin(n+1)x| = |\sin(nx+x)|$
@AtahualpaInca But it answers the question, that's all there is to it. It doesn't make sense to have a large answer on something this simple.
Dec
19
comment Calculate the $\lim\limits_{n\to\infty} V_{n}$
What have you tried yourself?
Dec
19
comment Mersenne Primes and Fermat's Little Theorem
What is the difference between $=$ and $\equiv$?
Dec
18
comment Most effective order for learning different branches of mathematics.
That is great advice, I think I'll do that then! I'll start by exploring Linear algebra books. (Though if you had to, what books please you now?)
Dec
17
comment Most effective order for learning different branches of mathematics.
Great reply! Do you have any recommendations for textbooks? Especially for Linear algebra, Numerical and Complex Analysis, Calculus and Abstract Algebra?
Dec
16
comment Calculate the lim
@user95523 Well in all honesty, neither did I. But I guess that's how math is.
Dec
16
comment Calculate the lim
+1 for being nice and elegant. @user95523 This is more of a simple substitution, you don't need too much experience to use it.
Dec
16
comment Calculate the lim
@user95523 did you try it more than once? i.e. Do it on your result again.
Dec
16
comment Most effective order for learning different branches of mathematics.
Everyone who put it on hold, please reconsider as I narrowed the focus of the question.
Dec
16
comment Most effective order for learning different branches of mathematics.
@DanielRust, Hmmm, have any places in mind? The first thing that poped into my head was MIT or Caltech maybe?
Dec
16
comment Most effective order for learning different branches of mathematics.
While I appreciate the reply, I was looking for a slightly more detailed answer which covered more topics. However I would love to have some book recommendations.