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This is a great, practical ocap project which I'm advising and have just contributed to. Take a look and try the demo.

There's no such thing as correctness, it's fantasy.  Formalists, you're drunk.  Go home, have a good rest, and read the paper Limits of Correctness in Computers.

"Mathematics may be defined as the subject in which we never know what we are talking about, nor whether what we are saying is true."  --- Bertrand Russell

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WHY IS 'X' THE UNKNOWN?

We have witnessed the "X" as unknown in our Maths textbook from  our school time 
But we never ask the Ques ....what the Heck "X" mean in Algebra???

And why "X" always represent unknown ???
If you ever have been ask  or have this Ques in your Mind & you still don't know 
Then  definitely Watch out  this video ...& I'll hope you will get it

I suddenly realize what a awful society the sentence

"Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo."

describes!

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+Paolo Giarrusso You will want to collect the enumerated qualities of beauty into the paper.
A recent psychology experiment revealed that mathematicians appreciate beautiful equations in the same way that people experience great works of art. The formula most commonly rated as beautiful in the study was Euler’s equation. Inspired by this study, we have put together an infographic to dissect the Euler identity and try to understand why so many mathematicians are enamoured with this little equation. See the full infographic here: http://blog.physicsworld.com/2014/05/14/what-makes-an-equation-beautiful/
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Facebook has well named its new programming language Hack: It is a hack, period!
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