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    Hey!
    I'm doing my math ia about the toroidal universe and i was thinking about calculating and analysing the different rates of change of this shape but I'm not really sure were to start and how to do it. Has any one done the same? Or could help me with it?
    I'd be very very thankful! :33
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    This seems like quite a difficult topic to approach, are you required to do this topic or do you have a choice?

    Anyway if you would like to do it this looks helpful
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    (Original post by stepmaths)
    This seems like quite a difficult topic to approach, are you required to do this topic or do you have a choice?

    Anyway if you would like to do it this looks helpful
    Thanks for replying! Well I'm not required to do it but I have chosen this topic and told my teacher about it too and my deadline i coming up so I can't really change anymore.
    And yeah.. i have seen and read this website but i still can't seem to fully understand what is really meant by these rates of change calculations.
 
 
 
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