Proof that the squareroot of -i is 17. Watch

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It's not even funny.
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You guys do realise that != just means "not equal to?"
actually, thats not true.

in mathematical computing "not equal to" is represented as "~="

so your wrong anyway.

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Go to bed.
um............well said !!!
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actually, thats not true.

in mathematical computing "not equal to" is represented as "~="

so your wrong anyway.

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It can be either.
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(Original post by Bigcnee)
It can be either.
ehhh? "!" means factorial.
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ehhh? "!" means factorial.
Really?

"!=" can also be 'not equal to'.
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(Original post by bono)
ehhh? "!" means factorial.
in computing "!" means not, in boolean logic "~" means not. in pure maths "!" means factorial, where x! is the integral from 0 to infinity of e^t*t^x dt
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in computing "!" means not, in boolean logic "~" means not. in pure maths "!" means factorial, where x! is the integral from 0 to infinity of e^t*t^x dt
no need to get mean now!!!

3! = 3 * 2 * 1 = 6

correct?
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(Original post by bono)
no need to get mean now!!!

3! = 3 * 2 * 1 = 6

correct?
Yes but the integral evaluation works for any real value of x for x!

Try working out 2.4! using your method.

And yes, anybody who didn't realise this was a joke needs to LIGHTEN UP
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(Original post by fishpaste)
And yes, anybody who didn't realise this was a joke needs to LIGHTEN UP
Isn't humour a prerequisite of any joke?
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Isn't humour a prerequisite of any joke?
You didn't think it was funny? I thought it was hilarious
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You didn't think it was funny? I thought it was hilarious
i found it very distressing. i am thinking of going into therapy. you have seriously messed up my mind.
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i found it very distressing. i am thinking of going into therapy. you have seriously messed up my mind.
You probably shouldn't look at my proof that you = bumblebees then.
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You probably shouldn't look at my proof that you = bumblebees then.
noooooooooooo! i refuse to believe it! it has to be flawed!!!! have you had it checked over by an independent peer?
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You probably shouldn't look at my proof that you = bumblebees then.
Whats this about bumblebees?
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noooooooooooo! i refuse to believe it! it has to be flawed!!!! have you had it checked over by an independent peer?
Yes, a small glitch was found, at which point it was a mad dash to rectify the problem, just a year later the fixed, perfect proof was published and is now widely accepted as conclusive.
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Whats this about bumblebees?
You're also = bumblebees.
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You're also = bumblebees.
its possibel to find factorial of fractional numbers usuing gamma functions
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its possibel to find factorial of fractional numbers usuing gamma functions
*gasp* really? Did I not demonstrate knowledge of that a few posts ago?
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How's this:

Let t = time, m = money, e = evil:

t = m <= Time is money
and m = root(e) <= Money is the root of all evil

Hence t = root(e)
t^2 = e

Time Square is evil! Don't go there!
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