# Chris

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 Oct18 comment Is $f(x) = x/x$ the same as $f(x) = 1$?Isn't it discontinuous because the limit as f(x) approaches 0 is not equal to f(0)? Oct18 asked Is $f(x) = x/x$ the same as $f(x) = 1$? Oct7 awarded Critic Oct6 answered Ratio proportion Oct1 answered Sleeping Mathematician (Sleeping Beauty) Sep28 asked Sleeping Beauty Sep27 accepted Is there an analytical solution to the following integral: Sep27 asked Is there an analytical solution to the following integral: Sep18 accepted Is this scenario possible and if so, find the equation of the hill Sep18 comment Direction of a bearingWhat did the teacher say? Sep18 comment Roots of fractionsPlease pick a best answer. Sep18 comment Is this scenario possible and if so, find the equation of the hillYes that does seem to answer what I was asking. Thanks! Sep18 asked Is this scenario possible and if so, find the equation of the hill Sep18 accepted Average Distance Between Random Points on a Line Sep17 awarded Commentator Sep17 comment Projectile Motion of a cannonballOk, well I assumed that he would have had already been taught the formula before being given this question as homework. I don't think its necessary to derive a formula each time it is employed. Otherwise, it would defeat the whole point of formulas. Sep17 comment Projectile Motion of a cannonballCan you please elaborate? How should I have explained this solution better and without using the formula? Sep17 revised Direction of a bearingadded 188 characters in body Sep17 answered Direction of a bearing Sep15 comment Conditional Probability based on intersection of two sets, independent and dependent respectivelyAgreed. My above comment is a proof by Reductio ad absurdum that B is independent of C.