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comment Why is $\sin(d\Phi) = d\Phi$ where $d\Phi$ is very small?
This is also very interesting. Thanks for this, its a new perspective on things.
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comment Why is $\sin(d\Phi) = d\Phi$ where $d\Phi$ is very small?
Thanks perfectly explained :)
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accepted Why is $\sin(d\Phi) = d\Phi$ where $d\Phi$ is very small?
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comment Creating an alternating sequence of positive and negative numbers
@Casteels Thank you so much for that, it was truly something interesting to read.
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comment Creating an alternating sequence of positive and negative numbers
Thank you, this is what I wanted.
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comment Creating an alternating sequence of positive and negative numbers
Could you make the font a little bigger? But this was indeed very interesting.
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comment Full Adder boolean Algebra simplification
@Adriano: Yes, I get it now. Sorry to be so dumb. Thanks to the both of you for your help. Hope one day, I can answer questions on the site, like you guys.
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accepted Full Adder boolean Algebra simplification