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One of those newspapers belonging to that nice Mr. Murdoch tried to patent a regular wave function. They were going to call it A Sine Of The Times.

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Or was it some kind of Trig (trick)?
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Re: Weapons of Maths Destruction

Looks and sounds like a load of old BODMAS to me...
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Re: Weapons of Maths Destruction

Mirroring the so called "Real (sad) World" this "Virtual" thread seems to have been usurped by the even more extreme Mathematical Pundit Front (MPF).
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Re: Weapons of Maths Destruction

I'm sorry this thread is descending into Chaos. There must be a butterfly somewhere.
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... thread is descending into Chaos
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Re: Weapons of Maths Destruction

Ah But how did you work that out, and can you prove your answer?
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There are "times" when the "product" of the comments are "greater than" the "sum".

"Balancing" both sides of the "argument" often "tends" towards "division" among the "rankings" but "equality" is often a "determinate" of the "MOD"

On "average" most lounge threads "mean" well...

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Re: Weapons of Maths Destruction

Sometimes the 'reciprocal' is true, sometimes 'inequality' but often 'convergence' as we 'integrate' in 'order' not to 'differentiate'.
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