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 Jan14 comment Is there any intersection of EE and abstract mathematics? You could also read about Claude Shannon, whose career was defined by the intersection of EE and math. Jul31 comment Produce unique number given two integers f(a,b) = min(a,b) + i*max(a,b) May8 comment Hanging a picture on the wall using two nails in such a way that removing any nail makes the picture fall down @Georgy - This illustrates that the problem needs to be specified a little more formally. Apr25 comment Does 17% have to be equal to 0.17? They are only different when you are informally using "17%" to be slang for "17% of x". For example, "I will add 10% to your salary" is really slang for "I will set your new salary to be your current salary plus 10% of your current salary". Jan3 comment Do we know if there exist true mathematical statements that can not be proven? If a logical argument allows you to end with "Hence it is true", how is that not a proof? Jun26 comment Dot product with a difference maximum angle In that case, use x = angle_in_degrees/(90 * range). For example, 45/(90*0.5) = 1. Jun26 comment Dot product with a difference maximum angle If you are converting from degrees to your new unitless [0,1] range, then it is x = angle_in_degrees/maximal_angle. Feb26 awarded Supporter