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    And why..
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    y=tan x because at pi/2 and 3pi/2.... the function is undefined, same as some points in my life when i think, why the hell did i do that?
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    Haha, similar question like element? I'd be an equal sign "=", otherwise, it wouldn't be an equation
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    Having just done First Order Differential equations and Second Order Differential equations, I think I would opt to be a difficult SOD. (There is an opinion amongst my acquaintances that I already am.)

    I would be something like:

    3 (dsqy/dxsq) +2 (dy/dx) -y = 4sin5x

    And why?

    Well, why = Ae^-x + Be^(x/3) -(304/5876)sin5x-(40/5876)cos5x of course!

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    So what would u be, trigtrig?
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    (Original post by Aitch)
    Having just done First Order Differential equations and Second Order Differential equations, I think I would opt to be a difficult SOD. (There is an opinion amongst my acquaintances that I already am.)

    I would be something like:

    3 (dsqy/dxsq) +2 (dy/dx) -y = 4sin5x

    And why?

    Well, why = Ae^-x + Be^(x/3) -(304/5876)sin5x-(40/5876)cos5x of course!

    Aitch


    :eek:


    I'd just be a simple PI r^2 because i am pretty simple
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    anything but a bessel function :eek:
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    2x + y = 0

    y meaning why
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    e^(iPi)+1=0

    it links arguably the 5 most important numbers in maths together. i strive to be the leader of a group of the best people.
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    I would be:

    E=mc^3

    quite smart, but always making mistakes
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    delta E = delta m x c squared.
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    (Original post by El Stevo)
    e^(iPi)+1=0

    it links arguably the 5 most important numbers in maths together. i strive to be the leader of a group of the best people.
    Arrghh you took my one!

    In that case I would be

    INT[infinity,-infinity] exp(-x^2) dx = rt(Pi)

    Mathematics is very much like poetry ... what makes a good poem -- a great poem -- is that there is a large amount of thought expressed in very few words. In this sense a formula like

    INT[infinity,-infinity] exp(-x^2) = rtPi

    is a poem.

    That is why.

    (Lipman Bers).

    Galois.
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    haha. should be 1+1 = 2. It should be greatest equation
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    v^2=u^2+2asyou gotta love that one
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    I'd be...

    M=m+5-(5 log d)

    Distance modulus equation (some random equation in Astronomy) - can find how bright a star is by guesing its brightness and knowing how far away it is - tis nice :p:
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    Oh and I'd be that equation because it's one of the first equations I learnt in Astronomy GCSE, and I thought it was quite an interesting link between Maths and Astronomy, and at year 8 I thought base-10 logs were all intellectual etc etc :p:
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    I'd be Q=It because it nearly says quit
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    (Original post by juno_the)
    I'd be Q=It because it nearly says quit
    :eek: :eek: :eek: pretty good one
    I love all of the current equations pretty cute where peeps should wright A at the end :p:
 
 
 
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