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


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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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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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