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# Christ's College (Cambridge) Students and Applicants

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SimonM
There equation is relating the number of ways to express a number as the sum of $k$ squares with the volume of a unit ball (in $k$ dimensions) the last expression is the formula for that ball. Cool huh? Credit to sohanshah

I vaguely get it but my mathematics is nothing compared to yours...

Lets discuss wavefunctions
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abstraction98

Lets discuss wavefunctions

Got me there. I don't deal with the real world.
SimonM
Got me there. I don't deal with the real world.

So true. I think we've hijacked another forum
abstraction98
So true. I think we've hijacked another forum

It's cool, I think we're permitted to spam in here until we get rejected?
abstraction98
Im missing the cos(love) =

The new one scrolls to quickly for me to take it in
Scipio90

The new one scrolls to quickly for me to take it in

Perhaps I'll bring it back by popular demand in the new year. For the moment I'm enjoying the change
Scipio90

The new one scrolls to quickly for me to take it in

I sat and wrote it down and it was still way over my head
abstraction98
I sat and wrote it down and it was still way over my head

lol, that's dedication
SimonM
There equation is relating the number of ways to express a number as the sum of $k$ squares with the volume of a unit ball (in $k$ dimensions) the last expression is the formula for that ball. Cool huh? Credit to sohanshah

Wow, you sound smarter than me, and I'm already doing maths at Christ's.
DaveSimpson
Wow, you sound smarter than me, and I'm already doing maths at Christ's.

Ergo, you're cleverer than me. Which year?
First year, so I've just had one term so far and go back on the 11 jan
DaveSimpson
First year, so I've just had one term so far and go back on the 11 jan

Cool, enjoy it
SimonM
There equation is relating the number of ways to express a number as the sum of $k$ squares with the volume of a unit ball (in $k$ dimensions) the last expression is the formula for that ball. Cool huh? Credit to sohanshah

With the disclaimer that the only bit of that I understood was "unit ball", shouldn't the last bit be in terms of k instead of n?
Scipio90
With the disclaimer that the only bit of that I understood was "unit ball", shouldn't the last bit be in terms of k instead of n?

Yes

I have to say I've been royally owned.
SimonM
Yes

I have to say I've been royally owned.

Scipio - thats huge. Nicely deflated
abstraction98
Scipio - thats huge. Nicely deflated

I feel so stupid now. Why am I applying to Cambridge again?
SimonM
I feel so stupid now. Why am I applying to Cambridge again?

So "stupid" that you are apparently better than people already there!
abstraction98
So "stupid" that you are apparently better than people already there!

better to the extent that I can be owned by a NatSci (no offence)
SimonM
better to the extent that I can be owned by a NatSci (no offence)

I probably won't be one. I've got Durham...and the yah's
abstraction98
I probably won't be one. I've got Durham...and the yah's

Well, I shall wish you luck again anyway