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Topic: How can I understand Euler's Equation as a 3-Dimensional Helix?
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david

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From: cental east
Registered: 3/21/12
Re: How can I understand Euler's Equation as a 3-Dimensional Helix?
Posted: Mar 21, 2012 2:36 AM
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Thanks for defining so nicely on Euler's equation as a 3 Dimensional,i found your article interesting and informative because i hate geometry because of these equations but your article define everything so professionally and make it easy for us,I'll back soon for more updates



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