Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by boba_Fett17, Feb 9, 2001.
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I hate Math. Everything I learned always contradicted everything else I learned.
For example, when I was in 7th grade Pre-Algebra my teacher taught me that the square root of -1 is an impossibility. Then in 10th grade Adv. Algebra they they taught me that thq square root of -1 is "i". ...there for it can be solved and is not an impossibility.
Here's one for you, factor the square root of i.
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Yeah, them puppets is great.
The Fast Fourier Transform is cool too. I remember figurign out how it worked. Like a bomb going off. Very cool algorithm.
Factor the square root of i. Let's see. That would be the same as factoring the fourth root of -1 since i is the square root of -1. Right???
So, what are the factors of the fourth root of -1. Hmmm, what IS the fourth root of -1. Ack! Brain fart!
Furthur to that, let's try this. Can you have a positive i and a negative i? How about a positive and negative root of i? What happens if we take the negative root of i and multiply it by the positive root of i? or if i x i = -1, what does i x -i =?
Grade 1-11 math. Good.
Grade 12 math, stupid, useless crap. You'd never use anything that you learn in grade 12 math in life! You forget it all.
Well, unless you're going to major in a math or engineering field. Then you should take it.
Trig is useful. So's statistics. I can't think of an application for Calculus in daily life, but I'm sure there must be at least one...=)
Some engineers use calculus, but most don't.
square root of i= 1,45°
negative square root of i= 1,225°
negative square root of i times square root of i=1,10°
i x -i = 1
[Edited by BaleFire on 02-15-2001 at 09:22 PM]
ack! My brain hurts again!
I'm thinking you should be concerned that you know the answers to those questions.
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