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comment Alternative notation for exponents, logs and roots?
So I know you picked this order of things because it invokes the original notation the most this way. However, I'd suggest turning the triangle counterclockwise once to also evoke a fact in category theory: $a \xrightarrow{f} b$ essentially says $f=b^a$. For instance, if $x \in b = 2$ and $y \in a = 3$ then $x\to y \in f = 8$ - there are 8 ways to map three elements to two. Turning the triangle would also cover this case. $a \xrightarrow{f} b \ = \ \stackrel{f}{_a\triangle_{b}}$
Feb
12
revised Can Continuous Time Markov Chains be used as a reasonable voting system?
typo
Feb
12
revised Can Continuous Time Markov Chains be used as a reasonable voting system?
I did the math now. (elaborated a point a bit)
Feb
12
revised Can Continuous Time Markov Chains be used as a reasonable voting system?
a bit of extra information on the weird CPO-STV result.
Feb
12
revised Can Continuous Time Markov Chains be used as a reasonable voting system?
fixed some major copying errors. Results were correct though.
Feb
11
revised Can Continuous Time Markov Chains be used as a reasonable voting system?
Counter-Examples to original premise.
Feb
11
revised Can Continuous Time Markov Chains be used as a reasonable voting system?
had the arrows inverted
Feb
11
revised Can Continuous Time Markov Chains be used as a reasonable voting system?
edited body
Feb
11
asked Can Continuous Time Markov Chains be used as a reasonable voting system?
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Sep
10
revised Taylor expansion at infinity
$\LaTeX$-ifying, and generally trying to improve notation and grammar.
Sep
10
suggested approved edit on Taylor expansion at infinity
May
15
comment Is there a nice meaning to the geometric triple product?
wait, actually I have $c\left(a\cdot b\right)+c \times \left( a \times b \right) = c\left(a\cdot b\right) -c \rfloor \left( a \wedge b \right)$
May
15
comment Is there a nice meaning to the geometric triple product?
ok, so what I have is $a \rfloor \left( b \wedge c \right) + \left(a \cdot b\right) c$. What does that tell me?
May
15
comment Is there a nice meaning to the geometric triple product?
@ahala ah I thought I looked throughly enough but yeah apparently my question is a duplicate of yours.
May
15
comment Is there a nice meaning to the geometric triple product?
I'm not asking for a geometric algebraic version of the triple cross product but rather what the vector valued portion of the triple geometric product means if it has a nice geometric interpretation. The triple cross product is merely a part of the result.
May
15
asked Is there a nice meaning to the geometric triple product?
May
11
comment How am I suppose to find the area between the given curves (2 seperate, based on same, areas)
They ARE solved separately. I answered both your questions. The solution for the first one stops before "Hint for the second one:" - read
May
11
comment How am I suppose to find the area between the given curves (2 seperate, based on same, areas)
Well for the first one you don't have a x(t). My answer answers both of your questions now. For the first one that is completely unnecessary. Your function isn't given parametric in t, it's given implicitly in two variables x and y
May
11
comment How am I suppose to find the area between the given curves (2 seperate, based on same, areas)
it's what you were given right away. You wrote it yourself in your question. x and y (with respect to t) are given.