The OFFICIAL Brag Thread

General Discussion about Age of Empires III: Definitive Edition

Moderators: Global Moderator, Age Moderator

User avatar
Sporting_Lisbon
N3O Officer
N3O Officer
Posts: 5276
Joined: Fri Jun 17, 2011 3:18 pm
Location: Lisboa

Re: The OFFICIAL Brag Thread

Post by Sporting_Lisbon »

Ok so finally a little space for Math :D

0/0 can have different meanings. For instance, consider f(x) the function (x-3)(x-5). Consider g(x) the function x-3. Divide f(x) by g(x) when x tends to 3. You substitute and get 0/0 ( (3-3)(3-5)/(3-3)=0/0 ) , which means that this is an indetermination and that it can be solved. limit x->3 of ( (x-5)(x-3)/(x-3) ) = limit x->3 of (x-5) = -2. The same way 0/0 meant -2 here, it can mean any value, which is why it's called an indetermination.

User avatar
Hydrovert5
Honorary Member
Honorary Member
Posts: 627
Joined: Sat Jan 05, 2008 4:11 am
Location: Newcastle, United Kingdom

Re: The OFFICIAL Brag Thread

Post by Hydrovert5 »

[quote=""Sporting_Lisbon""]Ok so finally a little space for Math :D

0/0 can have different meanings. For instance, consider f(x) the function (x-3)(x-5). Consider g(x) the function x-3. Divide f(x) by g(x) when x tends to 3. You substitute and get 0/0 ( (3-3)(3-5)/(3-3)=0/0 ) , which means that this is an indetermination and that it can be solved. limit x->3 of ( (x-5)(x-3)/(x-3) ) = limit x->3 of (x-5) = -2. The same way 0/0 meant -2 here, it can mean any value, which is why it's called an indetermination.[/quote]

You just completely frazzled my brain.

NitroZ
N3O Member
N3O Member
Posts: 234
Joined: Sat Nov 22, 2008 9:13 am
Location: SC2 US SomeGreekGuy.739
Steam: somegreekguy

Re: The OFFICIAL Brag Thread

Post by NitroZ »

[quote=""Sporting_Lisbon""]Ok so finally a little space for Math :D

0/0 can have different meanings. For instance, consider f(x) the function (x-3)(x-5). Consider g(x) the function x-3. Divide f(x) by g(x) when x tends to 3. You substitute and get 0/0 ( (3-3)(3-5)/(3-3)=0/0 ) , which means that this is an indetermination and that it can be solved. limit x->3 of ( (x-5)(x-3)/(x-3) ) = limit x->3 of (x-5) = -2. The same way 0/0 meant -2 here, it can mean any value, which is why it's called an indetermination.[/quote]

Advanced Functions FTPW? :D

User avatar
Wetmelon
Honorary Member
Honorary Member
Posts: 190
Joined: Wed Sep 10, 2008 8:49 am
Location: London, ON

Re: The OFFICIAL Brag Thread

Post by Wetmelon »

And... why are we explaining Indeterminate Form?

I just finished a calculus class where all we did (mostly) was find a way to avoid this :roll: :-P

User avatar
joe4holly
N3O Officer
N3O Officer
Posts: 1718
Joined: Tue Mar 25, 2008 3:16 am
Location: Southampton

Re: The OFFICIAL Brag Thread

Post by joe4holly »

My head hurts :cry:

User avatar
I__CHAOS__I
N3O Member
N3O Member
Posts: 3009
Joined: Thu Nov 15, 2007 12:55 am
Location: ??

Re: The OFFICIAL Brag Thread

Post by I__CHAOS__I »

[quote=""Sporting_Lisbon""]Ok so finally a little space for Math :D

0/0 can have different meanings. For instance, consider f(x) the function (x-3)(x-5). Consider g(x) the function x-3. Divide f(x) by g(x) when x tends to 3. You substitute and get 0/0 ( (3-3)(3-5)/(3-3)=0/0 ) , which means that this is an indetermination and that it can be solved. limit x->3 of ( (x-5)(x-3)/(x-3) ) = limit x->3 of (x-5) = -2. The same way 0/0 meant -2 here, it can mean any value, which is why it's called an indetermination.[/quote]

can't you just ship 3 vils instead?
:D
Image
Wisdom is the supreme part of happiness. - Sophocles
Happiness belongs to the self-sufficient. - Aristotle

User avatar
Soccerman771
N3O Officer
N3O Officer
Posts: 2874
Joined: Fri Jan 18, 2008 7:25 am
Location: Sachse, Texas (near Dallas)
Contact:

Re: The OFFICIAL Brag Thread

Post by Soccerman771 »

[quote=""I__CHAOS__I""][quote=""Sporting_Lisbon""]Ok so finally a little space for Math :D

0/0 can have different meanings. For instance, consider f(x) the function (x-3)(x-5). Consider g(x) the function x-3. Divide f(x) by g(x) when x tends to 3. You substitute and get 0/0 ( (3-3)(3-5)/(3-3)=0/0 ) , which means that this is an indetermination and that it can be solved. limit x->3 of ( (x-5)(x-3)/(x-3) ) = limit x->3 of (x-5) = -2. The same way 0/0 meant -2 here, it can mean any value, which is why it's called an indetermination.[/quote]

can't you just ship 3 vils instead?
:D[/quote]

Why ship 3 vils? Send 300 food and wait until you have 6 villages and a tc and ship 7 vils 4 minutes later.. :)
jtackel@hotmail.com

"Do you know how difficult it is to micro Napalm?" - Lazy_Tuga

"This isn't going to work. I've picked a water deck and there isn't even a pond on this map." - Blackadderthe4th

User avatar
deadhanddan
N3O Member
N3O Member
Posts: 1507
Joined: Thu Nov 06, 2008 11:38 pm
Location: OHIO
Contact:

Re: The OFFICIAL Brag Thread

Post by deadhanddan »

[quote=""Soccerman771""][quote=""I__CHAOS__I""][quote=""Sporting_Lisbon""]Ok so finally a little space for Math :D

0/0 can have different meanings. For instance, consider f(x) the function (x-3)(x-5). Consider g(x) the function x-3. Divide f(x) by g(x) when x tends to 3. You substitute and get 0/0 ( (3-3)(3-5)/(3-3)=0/0 ) , which means that this is an indetermination and that it can be solved. limit x->3 of ( (x-5)(x-3)/(x-3) ) = limit x->3 of (x-5) = -2. The same way 0/0 meant -2 here, it can mean any value, which is why it's called an indetermination.[/quote]

can't you just ship 3 vils instead?
:D[/quote]

Why ship 3 vils? Send 300 food and wait until you have 6 villages and a tc and ship 7 vils 4 minutes later.. :)[/quote]or ff and ship 8 villes :)
- Dan

HuggyPierre
N3O Officer
N3O Officer
Posts: 1738
Joined: Mon Feb 04, 2008 4:06 pm

Re: The OFFICIAL Brag Thread

Post by HuggyPierre »

[quote=""deadhanddan""][quote=""Soccerman771""][quote=""I__CHAOS__I""][quote=""Sporting_Lisbon""]Ok so finally a little space for Math :D

0/0 can have different meanings. For instance, consider f(x) the function (x-3)(x-5). Consider g(x) the function x-3. Divide f(x) by g(x) when x tends to 3. You substitute and get 0/0 ( (3-3)(3-5)/(3-3)=0/0 ) , which means that this is an indetermination and that it can be solved. limit x->3 of ( (x-5)(x-3)/(x-3) ) = limit x->3 of (x-5) = -2. The same way 0/0 meant -2 here, it can mean any value, which is why it's called an indetermination.[/quote]

can't you just ship 3 vils instead?
:D[/quote]

Why ship 3 vils? Send 300 food and wait until you have 6 villages and a tc and ship 7 vils 4 minutes later.. :)[/quote]or ff and ship 8 villes :)[/quote]

No vill rush ftw.

User avatar
Kaiser_von_Nuben
Honorary Member
Honorary Member
Posts: 2186
Joined: Fri Jul 04, 2008 11:40 pm
Location: New York, NY USA

Re: The OFFICIAL Brag Thread

Post by Kaiser_von_Nuben »

[quote=""HuggyPierre""][quote=""deadhanddan""][quote=""Soccerman771""][quote=""I__CHAOS__I""][quote=""Sporting_Lisbon""]Ok so finally a little space for Math :D

0/0 can have different meanings. For instance, consider f(x) the function (x-3)(x-5). Consider g(x) the function x-3. Divide f(x) by g(x) when x tends to 3. You substitute and get 0/0 ( (3-3)(3-5)/(3-3)=0/0 ) , which means that this is an indetermination and that it can be solved. limit x->3 of ( (x-5)(x-3)/(x-3) ) = limit x->3 of (x-5) = -2. The same way 0/0 meant -2 here, it can mean any value, which is why it's called an indetermination.[/quote]

can't you just ship 3 vils instead?
:D[/quote]

Why ship 3 vils? Send 300 food and wait until you have 6 villages and a tc and ship 7 vils 4 minutes later.. :)[/quote]or ff and ship 8 villes :)[/quote]

No vill rush ftw.[/quote]

How about a vil rush?
"The German Army will not stand for it!"

-Colonel Bockner, King Solomon's Mines (1985)

User avatar
Soccerman771
N3O Officer
N3O Officer
Posts: 2874
Joined: Fri Jan 18, 2008 7:25 am
Location: Sachse, Texas (near Dallas)
Contact:

Re: The OFFICIAL Brag Thread

Post by Soccerman771 »

[quote=""Kaiser_von_Nuben""][quote=""HuggyPierre""][quote=""deadhanddan""][quote=""Soccerman771""][quote=""I__CHAOS__I""][quote=""Sporting_Lisbon""]Ok so finally a little space for Math :D

0/0 can have different meanings. For instance, consider f(x) the function (x-3)(x-5). Consider g(x) the function x-3. Divide f(x) by g(x) when x tends to 3. You substitute and get 0/0 ( (3-3)(3-5)/(3-3)=0/0 ) , which means that this is an indetermination and that it can be solved. limit x->3 of ( (x-5)(x-3)/(x-3) ) = limit x->3 of (x-5) = -2. The same way 0/0 meant -2 here, it can mean any value, which is why it's called an indetermination.[/quote]

can't you just ship 3 vils instead?
:D[/quote]

Why ship 3 vils? Send 300 food and wait until you have 6 villages and a tc and ship 7 vils 4 minutes later.. :)[/quote]or ff and ship 8 villes :)[/quote]

No vill rush ftw.[/quote]

How about a vil rush?[/quote]

I've never understood the French vil rush. You know 25 guys with white flags running to the enemy's base.... :roll:
jtackel@hotmail.com

"Do you know how difficult it is to micro Napalm?" - Lazy_Tuga

"This isn't going to work. I've picked a water deck and there isn't even a pond on this map." - Blackadderthe4th

User avatar
GeneralMichael
N3O Member
N3O Member
Posts: 792
Joined: Wed Jul 16, 2008 8:26 am
Location: Philadelphia, PA
Steam: MDSamurai12

Re: The OFFICIAL Brag Thread

Post by GeneralMichael »

[quote=""Soccerman771""][quote=""Kaiser_von_Nuben""][quote=""HuggyPierre""][quote=""deadhanddan""][quote=""Soccerman771""][quote=""I__CHAOS__I""][quote=""Sporting_Lisbon""]Ok so finally a little space for Math :D

0/0 can have different meanings. For instance, consider f(x) the function (x-3)(x-5). Consider g(x) the function x-3. Divide f(x) by g(x) when x tends to 3. You substitute and get 0/0 ( (3-3)(3-5)/(3-3)=0/0 ) , which means that this is an indetermination and that it can be solved. limit x->3 of ( (x-5)(x-3)/(x-3) ) = limit x->3 of (x-5) = -2. The same way 0/0 meant -2 here, it can mean any value, which is why it's called an indetermination.[/quote]

can't you just ship 3 vils instead?
:D[/quote]

Why ship 3 vils? Send 300 food and wait until you have 6 villages and a tc and ship 7 vils 4 minutes later.. :)[/quote]or ff and ship 8 villes :)[/quote]

No vill rush ftw.[/quote]

How about a vil rush?[/quote]

I've never understood the French vil rush. You know 25 guys with white flags running to the enemy's base.... :roll:[/quote]

They are probably planing on being taken alive so in the middle of the night they can steal your women and therefore stop your vil production 8O
Image

Image

User avatar
LaZy
Honorary Officer
Posts: 2444
Joined: Sat Jan 12, 2008 3:44 am
Location: Ferragudo Portugal
Contact:

Re: The OFFICIAL Brag Thread

Post by LaZy »

Captn, Captn, Major, VS Leut Col, Major and the T.W.A.T.

I missed the unrespnsive player window and only got the SS below.....boy did that feel good since I was forced 2 split with him cos in the room b4 the host launched we were really going at each other.

Image


whos ur daddy? huh? thats right..... I AM......little punk

out

PS in all honesty the game did lag quite a bit so he could of dropped, however I dont believe in coincidences and a T.W.A.T. will always get his way 2 save his precious T.W.A.T.N.E.S.S.....i mean PR

User avatar
Sporting_Lisbon
N3O Officer
N3O Officer
Posts: 5276
Joined: Fri Jun 17, 2011 3:18 pm
Location: Lisboa

Re: The OFFICIAL Brag Thread

Post by Sporting_Lisbon »

pwnt

User avatar
Aaryn_GenD
Global Moderator
Global Moderator
Posts: 3552
Joined: Fri Nov 21, 2008 9:59 pm
Location: Germany

Re: The OFFICIAL Brag Thread

Post by Aaryn_GenD »

hey lazy, do you mean greeny12? that not liked old member of n3o??
he got what he deserved, kinda
Image

Post Reply