Robert Hansen (RH) posted Oct 15, 2012 6:48 PM (GSC's remarks follow): > > The page numbers are at the top right corner of the > pages. > > Bob Hansen > Indeed, you are correct. The page numbers ARE at the top right hand corners of the pages. I apologise for my error.
But what was it you were trying to prove? That is a page of 'Instructions' - clearly labelled as such - for the math problems that followed Page E1.1. There was "no math" on that page, agreed - but there does seem to be plenty of math in the various other pages. (I've not had the time to do anything more than just glance very cursorily at the problems - but some of them do look interesting). So, just what was it you were trying to prove or imply?
GSC ("Still Shoveling Away!") +++
> On Oct 15, 2012, at 4:15 AM, GS Chandy > <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > > Robert Hansen posted Oct 15, 2012 3:50 AM (GSC's > remarks follow): > >> Check out the "Proof Test" two thirds through this > >> document... > >> > >> > http://www.colorado.edu/eer/research/documents/A5mathT > >> estMethods.pdf > >> > >> Page E5.1-1 > >> > >> Essentially, does this look like math? Good, you > >> pass. > >> > >> Bob Hansen > >> > > There is NO "Page E5.1-1" in the document linked. > > > > Sorry. You've failed in whatever you were trying to > demonstrate. > > > > GSC > > ("Still Shoveling Away!" - with apologies if due to > Barry Garelick for any tedium caused; and with the > humble suggestion that the EASY way to avoid such > tedium > > is simply to refrain from opening any message > purported to originate from GSC)