The OFFICIAL Brag Thread
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Ok so finally a little space for Math
0/0 can have different meanings. For instance, consider f(x) the function (x3)(x5). Consider g(x) the function x3. Divide f(x) by g(x) when x tends to 3. You substitute and get 0/0 ( (33)(35)/(33)=0/0 ) , which means that this is an indetermination and that it can be solved. limit x>3 of ( (x5)(x3)/(x3) ) = limit x>3 of (x5) = 2. The same way 0/0 meant 2 here, it can mean any value, which is why it's called an indetermination.
0/0 can have different meanings. For instance, consider f(x) the function (x3)(x5). Consider g(x) the function x3. Divide f(x) by g(x) when x tends to 3. You substitute and get 0/0 ( (33)(35)/(33)=0/0 ) , which means that this is an indetermination and that it can be solved. limit x>3 of ( (x5)(x3)/(x3) ) = limit x>3 of (x5) = 2. The same way 0/0 meant 2 here, it can mean any value, which is why it's called an indetermination.
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[quote=""Sporting_Lisbon""]Ok so finally a little space for Math
0/0 can have different meanings. For instance, consider f(x) the function (x3)(x5). Consider g(x) the function x3. Divide f(x) by g(x) when x tends to 3. You substitute and get 0/0 ( (33)(35)/(33)=0/0 ) , which means that this is an indetermination and that it can be solved. limit x>3 of ( (x5)(x3)/(x3) ) = limit x>3 of (x5) = 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.
0/0 can have different meanings. For instance, consider f(x) the function (x3)(x5). Consider g(x) the function x3. Divide f(x) by g(x) when x tends to 3. You substitute and get 0/0 ( (33)(35)/(33)=0/0 ) , which means that this is an indetermination and that it can be solved. limit x>3 of ( (x5)(x3)/(x3) ) = limit x>3 of (x5) = 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.

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Re: The OFFICIAL Brag Thread
[quote=""Sporting_Lisbon""]Ok so finally a little space for Math
0/0 can have different meanings. For instance, consider f(x) the function (x3)(x5). Consider g(x) the function x3. Divide f(x) by g(x) when x tends to 3. You substitute and get 0/0 ( (33)(35)/(33)=0/0 ) , which means that this is an indetermination and that it can be solved. limit x>3 of ( (x5)(x3)/(x3) ) = limit x>3 of (x5) = 2. The same way 0/0 meant 2 here, it can mean any value, which is why it's called an indetermination.[/quote]
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0/0 can have different meanings. For instance, consider f(x) the function (x3)(x5). Consider g(x) the function x3. Divide f(x) by g(x) when x tends to 3. You substitute and get 0/0 ( (33)(35)/(33)=0/0 ) , which means that this is an indetermination and that it can be solved. limit x>3 of ( (x5)(x3)/(x3) ) = limit x>3 of (x5) = 2. The same way 0/0 meant 2 here, it can mean any value, which is why it's called an indetermination.[/quote]
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Re: The OFFICIAL Brag Thread
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
I just finished a calculus class where all we did (mostly) was find a way to avoid this :roll: :P
Re: The OFFICIAL Brag Thread
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[quote=""Sporting_Lisbon""]Ok so finally a little space for Math
0/0 can have different meanings. For instance, consider f(x) the function (x3)(x5). Consider g(x) the function x3. Divide f(x) by g(x) when x tends to 3. You substitute and get 0/0 ( (33)(35)/(33)=0/0 ) , which means that this is an indetermination and that it can be solved. limit x>3 of ( (x5)(x3)/(x3) ) = limit x>3 of (x5) = 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?
0/0 can have different meanings. For instance, consider f(x) the function (x3)(x5). Consider g(x) the function x3. Divide f(x) by g(x) when x tends to 3. You substitute and get 0/0 ( (33)(35)/(33)=0/0 ) , which means that this is an indetermination and that it can be solved. limit x>3 of ( (x5)(x3)/(x3) ) = limit x>3 of (x5) = 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?
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Re: The OFFICIAL Brag Thread
[quote=""I__CHAOS__I""][quote=""Sporting_Lisbon""]Ok so finally a little space for Math
0/0 can have different meanings. For instance, consider f(x) the function (x3)(x5). Consider g(x) the function x3. Divide f(x) by g(x) when x tends to 3. You substitute and get 0/0 ( (33)(35)/(33)=0/0 ) , which means that this is an indetermination and that it can be solved. limit x>3 of ( (x5)(x3)/(x3) ) = limit x>3 of (x5) = 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?
[/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..
0/0 can have different meanings. For instance, consider f(x) the function (x3)(x5). Consider g(x) the function x3. Divide f(x) by g(x) when x tends to 3. You substitute and get 0/0 ( (33)(35)/(33)=0/0 ) , which means that this is an indetermination and that it can be solved. limit x>3 of ( (x5)(x3)/(x3) ) = limit x>3 of (x5) = 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?
[/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..
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Re: The OFFICIAL Brag Thread
[quote=""Soccerman771""][quote=""I__CHAOS__I""][quote=""Sporting_Lisbon""]Ok so finally a little space for Math
0/0 can have different meanings. For instance, consider f(x) the function (x3)(x5). Consider g(x) the function x3. Divide f(x) by g(x) when x tends to 3. You substitute and get 0/0 ( (33)(35)/(33)=0/0 ) , which means that this is an indetermination and that it can be solved. limit x>3 of ( (x5)(x3)/(x3) ) = limit x>3 of (x5) = 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?
[/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
0/0 can have different meanings. For instance, consider f(x) the function (x3)(x5). Consider g(x) the function x3. Divide f(x) by g(x) when x tends to 3. You substitute and get 0/0 ( (33)(35)/(33)=0/0 ) , which means that this is an indetermination and that it can be solved. limit x>3 of ( (x5)(x3)/(x3) ) = limit x>3 of (x5) = 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?
[/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
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Re: The OFFICIAL Brag Thread
[quote=""deadhanddan""][quote=""Soccerman771""][quote=""I__CHAOS__I""][quote=""Sporting_Lisbon""]Ok so finally a little space for Math
0/0 can have different meanings. For instance, consider f(x) the function (x3)(x5). Consider g(x) the function x3. Divide f(x) by g(x) when x tends to 3. You substitute and get 0/0 ( (33)(35)/(33)=0/0 ) , which means that this is an indetermination and that it can be solved. limit x>3 of ( (x5)(x3)/(x3) ) = limit x>3 of (x5) = 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?
[/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.
0/0 can have different meanings. For instance, consider f(x) the function (x3)(x5). Consider g(x) the function x3. Divide f(x) by g(x) when x tends to 3. You substitute and get 0/0 ( (33)(35)/(33)=0/0 ) , which means that this is an indetermination and that it can be solved. limit x>3 of ( (x5)(x3)/(x3) ) = limit x>3 of (x5) = 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?
[/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.
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Re: The OFFICIAL Brag Thread
[quote=""HuggyPierre""][quote=""deadhanddan""][quote=""Soccerman771""][quote=""I__CHAOS__I""][quote=""Sporting_Lisbon""]Ok so finally a little space for Math
0/0 can have different meanings. For instance, consider f(x) the function (x3)(x5). Consider g(x) the function x3. Divide f(x) by g(x) when x tends to 3. You substitute and get 0/0 ( (33)(35)/(33)=0/0 ) , which means that this is an indetermination and that it can be solved. limit x>3 of ( (x5)(x3)/(x3) ) = limit x>3 of (x5) = 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?
[/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?
0/0 can have different meanings. For instance, consider f(x) the function (x3)(x5). Consider g(x) the function x3. Divide f(x) by g(x) when x tends to 3. You substitute and get 0/0 ( (33)(35)/(33)=0/0 ) , which means that this is an indetermination and that it can be solved. limit x>3 of ( (x5)(x3)/(x3) ) = limit x>3 of (x5) = 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?
[/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?
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Re: The OFFICIAL Brag Thread
[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
0/0 can have different meanings. For instance, consider f(x) the function (x3)(x5). Consider g(x) the function x3. Divide f(x) by g(x) when x tends to 3. You substitute and get 0/0 ( (33)(35)/(33)=0/0 ) , which means that this is an indetermination and that it can be solved. limit x>3 of ( (x5)(x3)/(x3) ) = limit x>3 of (x5) = 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?
[/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:
0/0 can have different meanings. For instance, consider f(x) the function (x3)(x5). Consider g(x) the function x3. Divide f(x) by g(x) when x tends to 3. You substitute and get 0/0 ( (33)(35)/(33)=0/0 ) , which means that this is an indetermination and that it can be solved. limit x>3 of ( (x5)(x3)/(x3) ) = limit x>3 of (x5) = 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?
[/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:
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Re: The OFFICIAL Brag Thread
[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
0/0 can have different meanings. For instance, consider f(x) the function (x3)(x5). Consider g(x) the function x3. Divide f(x) by g(x) when x tends to 3. You substitute and get 0/0 ( (33)(35)/(33)=0/0 ) , which means that this is an indetermination and that it can be solved. limit x>3 of ( (x5)(x3)/(x3) ) = limit x>3 of (x5) = 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?
[/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
0/0 can have different meanings. For instance, consider f(x) the function (x3)(x5). Consider g(x) the function x3. Divide f(x) by g(x) when x tends to 3. You substitute and get 0/0 ( (33)(35)/(33)=0/0 ) , which means that this is an indetermination and that it can be solved. limit x>3 of ( (x5)(x3)/(x3) ) = limit x>3 of (x5) = 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?
[/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
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Re: The OFFICIAL Brag Thread
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.
whos ur daddy? huh? thats right..... I AM......little punk
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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
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.
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
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hey lazy, do you mean greeny12? that not liked old member of n3o??
he got what he deserved, kinda
he got what he deserved, kinda