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4/22/17
3 Read Selective Incompatibility in sets H Boutamani
4/22/17
3 Read Re: Just keeps getting better and better! Why you are a moron if you
calculate class grade averages.
bursejan@gmail.com
4/22/17
4 Read Re: Challenge: Find a function in irreducible form with limit at x=k,
but not defined at x=k.
bursejan@gmail.com
4/21/17
8 Read Page91 12-8, Infinitude of Twin-Primes proof ; also Polignac proved//
Correcting Math 5th ed
plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com
4/21/17
2 Read Page99, 12-16, Proof of Beal & Fermat's Last Theorem// Correcting
Math 5th ed
plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com
4/21/17
2 Read Page100, 12-17, First Valid Proofs of Color Mapping & Jordan Curve
Theorem //Correcting Math 5th ed
plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com
4/21/17
1 Read Re: Do you think that 0.000...1 is any less sound a concept than
0.999... ? YES!
Doctor Allan
4/21/17
1 Read Re: Challenge: Find a function in irreducible form with limit at x=k,
but not defined at x=k.
Python
4/21/17
3 Read Re: e^(-1/x^2) is proof that there is no such thing as "irrational number". Dan Christensen
4/21/17
17 Read Re: Isn't infinity (in mathematics) actually a flawed concept? Guest
4/21/17
1 Read Page102, 12-19// Proof of the Kepler Packing Problem and why
Fractals are fake// Correcting Math, 5th ed.
plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com
4/21/17
1 Read Re: CLUELESS John Gabriel failed because they did not understand
what a number is
conway
4/21/17
2 Read Re: Richard Dedekind and Augustin Cashew failed because they did not
understand well-formed concepts.
bursejan@gmail.com
4/21/17
3 Read Re: Challenge: Find a function in irreducible form with limit at x=k,
but not defined at x=k.
William Hughes
4/21/17
1 Read Re: Isn't infinity (in mathematics) actually a flawed concept? Python
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