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95.4% of the the universe is dark matter
probably cool
Close.
23% Dark matter
And the rest is Dark Energy (Pretty much the same, but the difference is that Dark energy is less condensed (by a factor of 3*10^8?)
95.4% of the the universe is dark matter
probably cool
Dude energy and matter are different.
Yes it is1.99999999... isn't 2.
1/infinity isn't 0.
The sum of all positive integers are less than infinity and greater than 0.
You just broke a mathematical rule.10x - x = 9.9999999... - 0.99999999... = 9
Mathematically yes too. lim(f(x)=1/x,x->infinity) = 0. X will never actually reach infinity. It cannot.By logic, yes.
Mathematically, no. (Plot a function y = 1/x. the greater x, the closer y is to 0. If x = Infinity, then y is definitely equal to 0)
If it is logically yes, then it is mathematically yes too. Maths is just one way of using logic.
I know that the tongue is the strongest muscle ;o
I said the heart is stronger than any other muscle, but I forgot to mention that the tongue is an exception
Yes it is
Assume x = 0.99999....
10x = 9.9999999...
10x - x = 9.9999999... - 0.99999999... = 9
9x = 9
x = 1
-> 1 = 0.99999...
You can apply the same thing to get 1.9999... = 2
By logic, yes.
Mathematically, no. (Plot a function y = 1/x. the greater x, the closer y is to 0. If x = Infinity, then y is definitely equal to 0)
Logically, yes.
Mathematically, no.
Quoted from Wikipedia:
Did you know this thread contains too much technical stuff?
Mathematically yes too. lim(f(x)=1/x,x->infinity) = 0. X will never actually reach infinity. It cannot.
You just broke a mathematical rule.
They are breaking some rules in that article as well. Divergent series are just ridiculous. Simply by rearranging 1-1+1-1+1-1... in whatever way you please you will get that the result is both 0 AND 1.
No, because it can only have 1 answer, which is why it's more commonly accepted that the answer is 1/2.That makes sense
The result is 0 and 1 because whenever you add a term to that infinite series, if the result was 1, the new result is 0 and if it was 0, it would be 1.
No, because it can only have 1 answer, which is why it's more commonly accepted that the answer is 1/2.
Excuse me while I go and enjoy knowing what the sun looks like.
Did you know that there are ~20! different combinations of amino acids?
Sqrt(25) was not a divergent series last time I checked.Still ;o
Sqrt(25) = -/+5
So Sqrt(25) = 0?
That is the biggest fail ever. there are countless amino acids... simply because of the substitutions... not to mention the endless substitutions for the carbon branches... go back to preschool boy! I know amino acid is a big word for you, but dont talk stuff u dont know (btw there are 20 CORE amino acid ligaments, but the actual list is so long, that there are librarys FULL of books listing them)
Sqrt(25) was not a divergent series last time I checked.
No, the series is both 0 and 1 at the same time, depending on how you move the pieces around. This is why many of the laws in mathematics do not apply to divergent series, and thus the answer is 1/2 (even though the real answer is 0 if you don't touch it).
Aww... man even 10 year olds know that..My facts:
No word in the English language rhymes with month.
if the population of china walked past you in single file, the line would never end because of the rate of reproduction.
Aww... man even 10 year olds know that..
some other words with no rhymes
Silver,Orange
Door hinge rimes with orange.
And diver doesn't rime with silver because second letter ("i") is pronounced differently. http://translate.google.rs/?hl=sr&tab=wT#en|sr|diver%20silver use pronounce button (lover right corner of the box).
Say it out loud. It doesn't quite rhyme that well, depends on the accent I suppose. I edited the post, liver could rhyme.
Aww... man even 10 year olds know that..
some other words with no rhymes
Silver,Orange
Aww... man even 10 year olds know that..
some other words with no rhymes
Silver,Orange
Sporange?
Oxford Dictionaries said:Orange has almost no perfect rhymes. The only word in the 20-volume historical Oxford English Dictionary that rhymes with orange is sporange, a very rare alternative form of sporangium (a botanical term for a part of a fern or similar plant). Silver is another word for which it is almost impossible to find a perfect rhyme: the only candidate is the rare word chilver, which the 20-volume Oxford English Dictionary defines as 'a ewe-lamb' (i.e. a female lamb).
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