#### who invented inequalities

math has been around forever but I and to know who made it. with dealing with inequality in algebra now. and I want to know who invented inequalities

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particle physics - What exactly is a photon? - Physics Stack Exchange

one might **have been** tempted to adopt the hypothesis that we are **dealing** here
with a ... **Check** out these papers for non-photon approaches to physics: .... It
needs the **mathematics** of quantum field theory. ..... The most common example is
the current **created** by a charged fermion (for example, ..... Below is what I think
**now**.

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diagrams - Graphing a non-linear **inequality**? - TeX - LaTeX Stack ...

Update, casting the whole thing into something **like** a macro as suggested by @
AndréC .... more general and more precise than what I **had** before, **but** uses the
same logic. ..... I **now know** how big a numberline I **need** to show all the roots. .....
products of 2-degree-polynomials, we can numerically solve the **inequalities** by
the ...

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soft question - Why does "convex function" mean "concave *up ...

Not sure why convex is defined that way, **but** one way to remember is that the ...
Most of the metrics that you are familiar with **have** open balls that are convex,
such as the standard metric. ..... the anti-convexity **inequality**, because most non-
convex figures will be locally convex ... As far as I **know** the etymology went as
follows:.

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What are the **inequalities** of a triangle? - Quora

Geometry The triangle **inequality** was first proved in Euclid's Elements, Book I,
Proposition 20: In any triangle the sum of any ... **Did** you **know** that unlike
searching on DuckDuckGo, when you search on Google, they keep your search
history **forever**? ..... All triangles are **created** equal, **but** some are more equal than
others.

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What are examples of exponential functions in real life? - Quora

**Mathematics** ... What are real life examples of an **arithmetic** progression? ... **But** if
the Police are still there halfway there you **have** to average 80 to **make** it. ... Six
km from your destination you will **now have** to average 360, while with 5.1 km to
go you'd **need** to do 3600km/h .... As you **know**, population growth is exponential.

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How do conservatives view the **inequalities** in school systems ...

Sep 16, 2015 **...** I **know** many conservatives, and some liberals, believe that ... **But** receiving a
good education is essential for people to **have** the ability to ... that properly
utilized funding could seriously help correct this **inequality**. ...... It needs to be
replaced with state-level systems that use tests **created** from a pool that **has** a ...

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diagrams - Graphing a non-linear **inequality**? - TeX - LaTeX Stack ...

Feb 28, 2019 **...** The **Inventor** of God ... So let's **make** the hands busy. ... (**Math** mode added,
thanks to JouleV!) .... diagram **has** arrows, to indicate the interval continues on
**forever** .... I **now know** how big a numberline I **need** to show all the roots. ... sorts
of **inequalities**, no simplifying assumptions or anything **but** TikZ needed.

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Bell's theorem - Wikipedia

Bell's theorem is a "no-go theorem" that draws an important distinction between
quantum ... In experimental tests following Bell's example, **now** using quantum ....
Over the years experiments **have been** gradually improved to better address
these .... Bell **inequalities** concern measurements **made** by observers on pairs of
...

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Wittgenstein's Philosophy of **Mathematics** (Stanford Encyclopedia of ...

Feb 23, 2007 **...** As we shall **see**, Wittgenstein's Philosophy of **Mathematics** begins in a
rudimentary ..... theory of equations cannot explain **inequalities** (Ramsey 1923:
475). ... **make mathematics**” (WVC 34, note 1; PR §159) by **inventing** purely
formal ..... would **have been** a good question for the schoolmen to ask”, for the ...

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Pi - Wikipedia

The number π is a mathematical constant. Originally defined as the ratio of a
circle's circumference to its diameter, it **now has** various equivalent definitions
and appears in many formulas in all areas of **mathematics** and physics. ... **Around**
250 BC the Greek mathematician Archimedes **created** an algorithm for
calculating it.

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The **mathematics** of mixing things up

It points to new techniques (path coupling, geometric **inequalities**, and ... one
pass. they **wanted** to **know** if the deck was suitably random. .... continued
sequentially until all cards **have been** dropped. ... The **mathematics** which follow
shows this continues **forever**. The numbers in Table 1 ..... Poincaré **inequalities** is
**developed**.

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