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Topic: Proof that mixed partials commute.
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Robin Chapman

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Re: Non-Proof that mixed partials commute.
Posted: Nov 21, 2013 3:47 AM
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On 21/11/2013 04:26, Hetware wrote:


>
> I prefer to think of my notation as concise, if a bit cryptic;


So you admit aiming to confuse.

> But as I pointed out,
>> your argument couldn't have been valid as it failed to
>> use some necessary hypotheses. I can't see any value
>> in trying to parse your argument in detail trying to
>> find the first error; if you had written it in decent
>> mathematical English, I might have had a go (and you might
>> have noticed any errors yourself!).

>
> There were no errors on my part.


Arrogant little shit, aren't you?

> Other than a reversal of xy as a
> subscript. If you follow my exposition, you will have wisdom. Be
> grateful.


A very arrogant little shit, for sure!

> Fact of the matter is, I cannot communicate well

Agreed!




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