What's 39327^2 x 7226^24

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Aleph Null

Tau

Milli-millillion

Pi

Googolplex

Theta (If you chose this,you will also choose ♾

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What's 39327^2 x 7226^24

Tau

Pi

Googleplex

1000

100

10

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I have a long list of other accounts like...

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And I want to prove sum conjectures! (get it)

Interests?

Created an (unofficial) conjecture called the Poincare Dimensional conjecture:

Do all n-1 dimensional spheres in an n-dimensional dimension able to shrink their loop around them to a point?

Also I am interested in Goldbach's conjecture, and number theory and primes in general. I am also an aspiring young kid who wants to learn everything about number theory.

Oh hi i am 1 of the new people on math wiki. i could do divisions,multiplications,aditions and soustraction. i like wikis so i like looking wiki pages. END.

6.2831853071 7958647692 5286766559 005768394 (Tau)

3.14159265359 (Pi)

25.1327412287 (Tau x 4)

99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999 (idk)

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Does this wiki cover competitive math?

Is there any science people out there who can explain to me how y=mx+b is the same thing as net f=(m)(a)? I was told this today and I am not sure if I want to believe the person and they couldn't explain it.

The short answer to this question is NO.

To represent any number in a given base, means to **measure** it in that base.

1/3 cannot be measured in base 10, so it is foolish to claim that 1/3 = 0.333...

The most important number theorem is described in the following article:

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1o5kcWvU35tdt_SY83UFnXZAlsKBAsSYH

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yMqGM3B6Zhw

Expected this place to be a bit more complete.

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I am currently forecasting PewDiePie vs T-Series. Which trend line best fits this data? Linear, logarithmic, exponential, power, or polynomial?

An integer overflow is a mathematical error in computer science.

(edited by XNDUIW Simon)

I know some famous examples

- Integer Overflow

I invented a new formula but I created it from scratch.

Hi All,

I'm a secondary school teacher in Australia who has need for a wiki-style space for my colleagues and students. Rather than create a new wiki from scratch, I wonder if contributions here would be a better way to go about it. Any guidance from the current community would be appreciated.

A few observations from a quick look around:

- The community here appears to have ebbed and flowed over quite a few years. How large/active is the current community?

- The main focus of the wiki appears to be tertiary/research level "math nerd" stuff. While I appreciate that material, it's not very helpful or accessible for my students. Bluntly, the claim that "math wiki is a textbook" is not (yet) justified.

- the overall structure and connections within the wiki are really hard to navigate, especially if you don't already have a pretty good understanding of the math.

I'd be keen to lead a group of educators in the following tasks if the current community would welcome the contribution:

- create a simple template for individual skills/concepts that lays out the following for each:

* skill/concept name

* description in language accessible to the education level typical of someone learning that skill.

* worked example (with graphics where possible)

* links to additional material, especially where automated practice of the skill can be done (eg. Khan Academy exercises)

* reference to textbook pages that have this skill (this will grow to fit the number of different education systems represented by the community)

* application of the skill/concept outside the realm of mathematics (aka "real world"

* prerequisite skills/concepts (linked to the corresponding wiki pages)

* follow-on skills/concepts (linked to the corresponding wiki pages)

- Migrating existing pages to this template

- Creating and populating new pages as required

In reality, most of this activity would probably have no impact on most of what goes on in this wiki as the current focus is post-secondary material.

Please let me know if this approach is likely to help or hurt Math Wiki.

Thanks,

Chris

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Since 1/0 is undefined you would think that the integral of x^{-1} would be undefined too but instead its ln(x).

(edited by Granpa)