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Topic: 2.30 - Cauchy Anticyclics are debunked!
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John Gabriel

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Registered: 7/9/14
2.30 - Cauchy Anticyclics are debunked!
Posted: Jul 24, 2014 9:42 AM
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Today I debunked Cauchy Anticyclics. No mythematicians did
manage to do so but I did. I used my New Calculus and the
fact that "implies" implies "implies or not implies".

Cauchy Anticyclics applet:

Generalized Anticyclics applet:

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