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Topic: 2.52 - What dy and dx really mean.
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Re: 2.52 - What dy and dx really mean.
Posted: Aug 10, 2014 8:19 PM
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Le 10/08/2014 20:09, John Gabriel a écrit :
> On Sunday, 10 August 2014 17:47:57 UTC+2, dull...@sprynet.com wrote:
>

>>> A differential is very simply this: a finite difference.
>
>> Nope. A differential is a certain sort of linear functional.
>
> Chuckle. What a moron!


John, John, John, oh dear, you are making a fool of yourself again.

Math is definitely not an option as you are too dumb for it, find
another hobby, say painting for instance.






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