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Post by emoallen3433 on Wed Aug 05, 2015 3:46 pm

Does anyone know of a place i can find the formulas for antidifferentiation?

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Post by greylorn on Sun Aug 16, 2015 10:44 pm

@emoallen3433 wrote:Does anyone know of a place i can find the formulas for antidifferentiation?

Emo,

Sure, but to actually get there you'll need to spend at least a year learning yoga, unless you are naturally flexible enough to bend over and poke your head through your own dorsal orifice.  

However, I have you figured as a fat teenage slug who lives with his mother, and will not be capable of practicing yoga until you master the strength to walk around the block under your own power.  In the meantime, during your spare time between eating five meals a day and watching cartoons on TV, maybe yo-yo practice or whatever other low-energy tricks you've learned-- derive whatever ridiculous formulas your little pinhead is capable of deriving, and practice delivering farts without too many surprises.

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dumb and dummerer

Post by greylorn on Wed Aug 19, 2015 10:39 pm

Mayflow & emoallen;

I apologize to both of you, emoallen in particular.  Tonight I killed some time studying the file you provided, Mayflow, and I feel like a complete idiot.  I thought that "antidifferentiation" was a made-up word, and reacted from that ignorance.

I'd thought my early 1960's math education was decent enough, and it did serve just fine for physics problems and related applications.  But I'd never encountered the term, "antidifferentiation."  Admittedly, my abstract math skills sucked, so I did not take the courses where I might have learned the concept.  

Emo, if you're studying abstract calculus theory at age 17, you're a hell of a lot smarter than I'll ever be.  Please accept my apology.  You may turn out to become an awesome physicist.  Do not let assholes like me discourage you from that course.  

Mayflow, thank you for the gentle exposure to new information. I'm going to see about cleaning up more of my nonsense before finding a hole into which to slink.

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Post by emoallen3433 on Fri Aug 21, 2015 5:09 pm

Thanks man. Thank you for the apology c:

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Post by emoallen3433 on Fri Aug 21, 2015 5:12 pm

I wouldn't have let you deter me. Honestly, it pushes me to try harder.

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