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# Vectors on a plane watch

1. I don't actually have a vectors problem, but I always wanted to create a thread with this title.

To make this thread vaguely mathematical: what is your favourite theorem? ""
2. Don't go.
3. Best sentence evaaar
4. I saw the capitals and asterisks and thought this was a troll thread, but... you?! YOU?! Then I realised it was a reference to Snakes on a Plane so I wasn't too worried.

My favourite theorem, eh? I'd be being stereotypical if I said Euler's theorem so I won't say that. Zeckondorf's Theorem is quite fun (every positive integer can be written as the sum of distinct non-neighbouring numbers in the Fibonacci sequence).
5. (Original post by Glutamic Acid)
I don't actually have a vectors problem, but I always wanted to create a thread with this title.

To make this thread vaguely mathematical: what is your favourite theorem? ""
Beat you to it, *****. (read down for the original thread title)
6. (Original post by tommm)
Beat you to it, *****. (read down for the original thread title)
Ahahahahaha.
7. (Original post by tommm)
Beat you to it, *****. (read down for the original thread title)
I am disingenuously distraught. "" I have had the idea for well over a year and half though.
8. I have never seen the film to which you refer.
9. Ahahahahaha Rep!

EDIT 1: DAMN IT THEY DECAPITALIZED EVERYTHING I WROTE ABOVE!

EDIT 2: BUT THEY DIDN'T DECAPITALIZE EDIT 1! :P
10. (Original post by generalebriety)
I have never seen the film to which you refer.
The funny thing is that I haven't either
11. (Original post by Glutamic Acid)
I don't actually have a vectors problem, but I always wanted to create a thread with this title.

To make this thread vaguely mathematical: what is your favourite theorem? ""
Ahahahaha I LOVE this thread title XDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD

Favourite theorem: my theorem that I forget all theorems over the summer. That's a lame theorem
12. I love you.
13. (Original post by nuodai)
I'd be being stereotypical if I said Euler's theorem so I won't say that.
Which one? I can think of about 5
14. (Original post by tommm)
Which one? I can think of about 5
I'm a fool. Note to self: Euler's identity is not a theorem.
15. (Original post by nuodai)
I saw the capitals and asterisks and thought this was a troll thread, but... you?! YOU?! Then I realised it was a reference to Snakes on a Plane so I wasn't too worried.
This doesn't add up. How can the SoaP reference not be the first thing you spotted?
16. (Original post by BJack)
This doesn't add up. How can the SoaP reference not be the first thing you spotted?
It was before I actually read it... naturally, I got the reference when I read it.
17. This is why I love you

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