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revised I lost my love of math; I'm getting it back. How can I determine if math is actually right for me?
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comment Can this be proven for any maze?
ah.... that makes sense. So the answer is true isn't it.
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asked Can this be proven for any maze?
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comment I lost my love of math; I'm getting it back. How can I determine if math is actually right for me?
I am still able to derive all Math formulas all the way to colleges I think on top of my head. I taught Math when I was poor and I love it. But then, I have no time for it. In a sense I still love Math. Being a businessman means I no longer have time to learn it. I wish I can pass on my skills in learning to others but alas, I'll die with it too I guess.
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revised I lost my love of math; I'm getting it back. How can I determine if math is actually right for me?
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comment I lost my love of math; I'm getting it back. How can I determine if math is actually right for me?
Thio is not my official name. I only tell this privately and we can't do pm here.
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answered I lost my love of math; I'm getting it back. How can I determine if math is actually right for me?
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asked What properties does dollar cost averaging have?
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accepted What's the problem this logic
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comment What's the problem this logic
GIven that we have a very long chain of rules to generate, why not proof it by induction?
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comment What's the problem this logic
So, MP is not just another premises. It's something more fundamental than it. I thought C is just MP?
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comment What's the problem this logic
So C is modus ponem rule. D is substitution rule. We're just Hmm.... where is the E, F, G, H, I, ... then? Doesn't look like it's going to get infinite.
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asked What's the problem this logic