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    Default BuleriaChk vs. EmperorZelos

    I WANT TO BE CLEAR THAT I DID NOT START THIS CAGE MATCH AND HAVE NO INTEREST IN FURTHER DISCUSSION WITH THE NAKED EMPEROR.

    Quote Originally Posted by emperorzelos View Post
    Cartesian product is related to set theory so in turn all of mathematics


    Why bring it up? I am just wrapping up a freaking masters degree and have no interest in anything but pure accurate mathematics.


    Again, I ask you to please just stop with the length geometric crap. It's superflous and it stinks of Gabriel. You seem to not like him and I don't blame you but you talk very similar to him which only makes things difficult to understand
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    is a metric space (see examples).

    For zero as the midpoint of all possible lengths (distances) (x + (- x)) = 0 in , the concept of does not apply, since it doesn't represent a unique length (so its midpoint can't be defined).

    Therefore, it cannot not a member of the set ).

    Therefore, division by zero is not applicable to the fraction operation frac(a,b) = a/b defined on members of the set 2 = relating the numerator and denominator.
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    BuleriaChk, if all you're oging to do is spamming, yes posting the same thing over and over counts as spamming. Then you are clearly not interested in a discussion.

    I ask you to cut out the damn geometric talk with this garbage and just talk derivative as it is, you don't need to go into length garbage. This is not Gabriels Euclidus garbage, this is genuine real mathematics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emperorzelos View Post
    BuleriaChk, if all you're oging to do is spamming, yes posting the same thing over and over counts as spamming. Then you are clearly not interested in a discussion.

    I ask you to cut out the damn geometric talk with this garbage and just talk derivative as it is, you don't need to go into length garbage. This is not Gabriels Euclidus garbage, this is genuine real mathematics.
    This post is just extraneous junk. I am no longer interested in your comments to my thread.

    Please get out of my thread (and I'll for sure stay out of yours); you are perfectly free to start your own thread to address your issues with me or anyone else.

    It is a question of common courtesy that you do.

    I have added you to my ignore list, since you have nothing to say so far except irrelevant value judgements.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BuleriaChk View Post
    This post is just extraneous junk. Please get out of my thread (and I'll for sure stay out of yours). It is a question of common courtesy that you do. I have added you to my ignore list, since you have nothing to say except irrelevant value judgements.
    Booohoooo


    You mean I will stay away from a thread you do not own, have no right to claim yours? Yeah no, never. ever. If you're so pathetic you add someone to your ignore list because they tell you to be more precise rather than vague and confusing, then just move along as your point is clearly worthless. Even if you don't see mine I'll call bullshit on all you do and respond as I feel fit.

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    When it comes to Math and Science, precision is key.

    Hashing out the issues and challenging statements and ideas is one way to achieve greater accuracy in a hypothesis.
    We must be willing to challenge and to be challenged. Sometimes, that can get frustrating. I believe that a healthy forum is one in which challenges are met. To silence members is to not meet the challenge. It doesn't really do anyone any good.
    But if you are willing to meet the challenge and defend the ideas, then you are able to support your ideas, as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by emperorzelos View Post
    Booohoooo

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    You mean I will stay away from a thread you do not own, have no right to claim yours? Yeah no, never. ever. If you're so pathetic you add someone to your ignore list because they tell you to be more precise rather than vague and confusing, then just move along as your point is clearly worthless. Even if you don't see mine I'll call bullshit on all you do and respond as I feel fit.
    Tom, Neverfly ? I want him gone from my threads. I will not contribute to his (unless they address me or a post of mine); he can start his own for his version of the issue if he is interested.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BuleriaChk View Post
    Neverfly ? I want him gone from my threads. I will not contribute to his; he can start his own.
    I cannot vouch for Tom... But my opinion is that Moderation should not include excluding or silencing members. Issuing Red Warnings and the like... It smacks of Authoritarianism and Power Tripping.
    Rather, forums should allow freedom of expression and Let Members Defend Their Ideas Vigorously.
    BuleriaChk, I certainly understand that you are feeling frustrated and attacked. But it is ok to be challenged or attacked when discussing ideas of merit. It is how ideas get tested. Like the foundries that hammer out their products, let the pressure shape the hypothesis or theory. That is how science works.
    Of course, you have the option of not participating in any thread, including this one. If things get too personally heated, the Cage Match can catch those Hot Spuds.
    Please consider meeting the challenge of defending your ideas, why you demonstrate them the way you do, why you choose your wording as you do and so on. Because this allows your ideas to be examined by others... But also to be examined by you. It helps a person spot errors or inaccuracies and enables them to tweak their hypothesis for greater accuracy.
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    Default Re: Definition of the Derivative - h vs Delta x

    Quote Originally Posted by emperorzelos View Post

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    Irrelevant buzzword bullshit from the Naked Emperor.
    Stop spamming my threads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BuleriaChk View Post
    Irrelevant buzzword bullshit from the Naked Emperor.
    Stop spamming my threads.
    How about you instead learn some actual mathematics?

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    Quote Originally Posted by emperorzelos View Post
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    Buzzword bullshit. Stop spamming my thread.
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