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accepted Computing the coordinates of a Bezier Curve
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comment Computing the coordinates of a Bezier Curve
I asked for someone to walk me through this for a reason.
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asked Computing the coordinates of a Bezier Curve
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comment Translating English into Predicate Logic.
@DanielV I'm not sure how it would make things easier. It's just simplifying the names of the predicates, that's all.
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comment Translating English into Predicate Logic.
So is the overall structure right and just a small change needs to be made or what? And how would I go about writing it this way I guess? >.<
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asked Translating English into Predicate Logic.
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accepted Proving a predicate logic statement to be valid
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comment Proving a predicate logic statement to be valid
How would this work though? Aren't you completely switching the for all Y there exists a Z part in the implied half.
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asked Proving a predicate logic statement to be valid
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accepted Integers and Induction Question (formula for Fibonacci numbers)
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asked Integers and Induction Question (formula for Fibonacci numbers)
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awarded  Supporter
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accepted Relations problem
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asked Relations problem
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comment Functions and relations
@KevinCarlson I'm still not seeing how this helps me solve the problem though in all honesty.
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comment Functions and relations
Yes, this makes sense I believe.
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comment Functions and relations
Honestly, with what you just wrote, I'm more confused than I was before posting this.
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comment Functions and relations
It isn't because if A = {1,2}, then AxA = {(1,1),(1,2),(2,1),(2,2)} and 1 is mapping to two elements and so is 2.