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bio website zignd.github.io
location Diadema, Brazil
age 19
visits member for 2 years, 8 months
seen Nov 22 at 22:13

Things I like:

  • C#, XAML, WPF, ASP.NET, Lua, Python, C and JavaScript;
  • TV series;
  • Garrys's Mod.

Contact:

Google+: Igor HipĆ³lito Vieira

Twitter: @Zignd

Skype: igorhvieira

Steam: Zignd

E-mail: zignd.igor at gmail dot com

Quote:

"Part of the challenge of programming is looking at the building blocks provided to you and deciding how to assemble them to build something new. After all, if everything you wanted a program to do already existed ready-made, it wouldn't be called programming any more. It would be called shopping." -Raymond Chen

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Nov
22
comment How do I algebraically express that I'm using the integer part of a real number?
Thanks, that's what I was looking for.
Nov
22
asked How do I algebraically express that I'm using the integer part of a real number?
Nov
22
accepted How can I evaluate this exponential equation with natural logarithm $6161.859 = 22000\cdot(1.025^n-1)$?
Nov
22
comment How can I evaluate this exponential equation with natural logarithm $6161.859 = 22000\cdot(1.025^n-1)$?
Ohh, I got it, you applied the natural logarithm on both sides of the equations.
Nov
22
awarded  Cleanup
Nov
22
comment How can I evaluate this exponential equation with natural logarithm $6161.859 = 22000\cdot(1.025^n-1)$?
False, wolframalpha.com/input/?i=6161.859+%3D+22000+*+%28%281.025+%5E+51.840‌​78822%29+-+1%29
Nov
22
comment How can I evaluate this exponential equation with natural logarithm $6161.859 = 22000\cdot(1.025^n-1)$?
Ok, I've got to the point you got, even though I thing I did some algebra error, look: n = ((6161.859/22000)+1)/ln(1.025) => n = 51.84078822
Nov
22
revised How can I evaluate this exponential equation with natural logarithm $6161.859 = 22000\cdot(1.025^n-1)$?
rolled back to a previous revision
Nov
22
awarded  Custodian
Nov
22
reviewed Approve How can I evaluate this exponential equation with natural logarithm $6161.859 = 22000\cdot(1.025^n-1)$?
Nov
22
asked How can I evaluate this exponential equation with natural logarithm $6161.859 = 22000\cdot(1.025^n-1)$?
Apr
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awarded  Commentator
Sep
28
accepted If U contains A and B, and X is 80% of A, how much % is X in U?
Sep
28
accepted If U contains A and B, and X is 80% of A, how much percents is X in U?
Sep
28
asked If U contains A and B, and X is 80% of A, how much percents is X in U?
Sep
28
comment If U contains A and B, and X is 80% of A, how much % is X in U?
A is 60%, B is 40%, and they are disjoint sets.
Sep
28
comment If U contains A and B, and X is 80% of A, how much % is X in U?
I edited the question adding the details I forgot about A and B.
Sep
28
revised If U contains A and B, and X is 80% of A, how much % is X in U?
added 34 characters in body
Sep
28
asked If U contains A and B, and X is 80% of A, how much % is X in U?
Jun
23
comment How to evaluate a $A_{x\times y}B_{y\times z}$ where $ A$ and $B$ are matrices, $x\neq z$
Thank you amWhy.