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### Fundamental confusions of calculus

My answer is the last two..
Post by: temur, Feb 15, 2012 in forum: Physics & Math
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### Super Unified Theory - Ch. Erdeni

This is very important. Hope that college students are taking note of this.
Post by: temur, Feb 14, 2012 in forum: Pseudoscience Archive
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### Fundamental confusions of calculus

h=f\circ g means that h is a function defined by h(y)=f(g(y)) for each value of y.
Post by: temur, Feb 13, 2012 in forum: Physics & Math
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### Super Unified Theory - Ch. Erdeni

I should add Motor Daddy there too, who seems to have a lot of experience.
Post by: temur, Feb 10, 2012 in forum: Pseudoscience Archive
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### Independent variables and partial differentiation

These conditions imply only that the function f(y,z) is constant along the curve z=g(y). For example, take g(y)=0. Then any of f(y,z)=1, f(y,z)=zy,...
Post by: temur, Feb 10, 2012 in forum: Physics & Math
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### Independent variables and partial differentiation

It is not meaningful. In order to define this, you need to specify how a depends on c. The "total" derivative \frac{db}{dc} is taken along a given...
Post by: temur, Feb 9, 2012 in forum: Physics & Math
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### Independent variables and partial differentiation

If you fix c, you'll get a curve a=f(b,c) in general. So c cannot be taken as the only independent variable. Rather, we should consider b as a...
Post by: temur, Feb 9, 2012 in forum: Physics & Math
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### residues over simple poles

What I meant is that the last inequality is inconsistent with
Post by: temur, Jun 9, 2011 in forum: Physics & Math
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### residues over simple poles

How did you get the last equality?
Post by: temur, Jun 9, 2011 in forum: Physics & Math