# sci.math

**www.brand-clothing.com NEW ed hardy t-shirts polo t-shirt Gucci shoes**,*阿萨***Microsoft Office 2007 Enterprise for sale**,*seuki7***Engineering Mechanics: Statics, 6th Edition, Meriam, Kraige**,*seuki7***Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics, 6th Edition, Meriam, Kraige**,*seuki7*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics, 6th Edition, Meriam, Kraige**,*seuki7*

**Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics, 5th Edition, Munson, Young, Okiishi**,*seuki7***Electrical Engineering Principles and Applications 4th Edition, Allan R. Hambley**,*seuki7***Is 361 a real miracle or a hoax?**,*ProofofGod***Re: Is 361 a real miracle or a hoax?**,*curious george***Re: Is 361 a real miracle or a hoax?**,*Mensanator***Re: Is 361 a real miracle or a hoax?**,*Ken Pledger*

**Silly statistics question**,*Daniel McLaury***multi-dimensional gaussian sampling**,*yilmaz***Re: multi-dimensional gaussian sampling**,*Gus Gassmann***Re: multi-dimensional gaussian sampling**,*yilmaz***Re: multi-dimensional gaussian sampling**,*Gus Gassmann***Re: multi-dimensional gaussian sampling**,*yilmaz***Re: multi-dimensional gaussian sampling**,*Gus Gassmann***Re: multi-dimensional gaussian sampling**,*Ray Vickson*

**Re: multi-dimensional gaussian sampling**,*beeworks***Re: multi-dimensional gaussian sampling**,*Ray Vickson***Re: multi-dimensional gaussian sampling**,*Ray Vickson*

**-- equivalence with respect to inverse images**,*quasi***Re: -- equivalence with respect to inverse images**,*Robert Israel***Re: -- equivalence with respect to inverse images**,*William Elliot***Re: -- equivalence with respect to inverse images**,*Patrick Coilland*

**geld verdienen nebenjob,gutes geld machen,geld machen aber,online spielen mit geld,wie kann ich geld verdienen,**,*saran354***(x^2/(1+x^2))^[n] , a formula?**,*alainverghote@xxxxxxxxx***Re: (x^2/(1+x^2))^[n] , a formula?**,*Patrick Coilland***Re: (x^2/(1+x^2))^[n] , a formula?**,*G. A. Edgar***Re: (x^2/(1+x^2))^[n] , a formula?**,*alainverghote@xxxxxxxxx*

**term models for ZFC and related theories**,*David Libert***JSH: "Fodder for the Beast"**,*JSH***Re: JSH: "Fodder for the Beast"**,*amzoti***Re: JSH: "Fodder for the Beast"**,*Mark Murray*

**Re: JSH: "Fodder for the Beast"**,*rossum*

**JSH: Could they be aliens?**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Could they be aliens?**,*Enrico***Re: JSH: Could they be aliens?**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Could they be aliens?**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Could they be aliens?**,*Tim Little***Re: JSH: Could they be aliens?**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Could they be aliens?**,*Enrico***Re: JSH: Could they be aliens?**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Could they be aliens?**,*willo_thewisp***Re: JSH: Could they be aliens?**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Could they be aliens?**,*Enrico***Re: JSH: Could they be aliens?**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Could they be aliens?**,*Tim Little***Re: JSH: Could they be aliens?**,*msjmb***Re: JSH: Could they be aliens?**,*Angus Rodgers***Re: JSH: Could they be aliens?**,*MichaelW***Re: JSH: Could they be aliens?**,*Angus Rodgers***Re: JSH: Could they be aliens?**,*Angus Rodgers***Re: JSH: Could they be aliens?**,*juandiego***Re: JSH: Could they be aliens?**,*KMF*

**Re: JSH: Could they be aliens?**,*Peter***Re: JSH: Could they be aliens?**,*Martin Lauridsen***Re: JSH: Could they be aliens?**,*Jens Stueckelberger*

**Q: Reciprocal prime**,*Uncle Al***Re: Q: Reciprocal prime**,*temptony***Re: Q: Reciprocal prime**,*Uncle Al*

**Re: Q: Reciprocal prime**,*Tim Little***Re: Q: Reciprocal prime**,*Uncle Al*

**Re: Q: Reciprocal prime**,*Gerry Myerson*

**Re: #325 Is the Calculus unique to only Euclidean Geometry; Elliptic and Hyperbolic Coordinate Systems ; new book 2nd edition: New True Mathematics**,*Pfsszxt***Welcome to <sci.math>. These suggestions may help you. [32]**,*Ken Pledger***Re: negative curvature, multi-dimensional**,*Gib Bogle***JSH-inspired poem**,*Jim Ferry***Re: JSH-inspired poem**,*kiloVolts***Re: JSH-inspired poem**,*kenp*

**Re: JSH-inspired poem**,*Mensanator***Re: JSH-inspired poem**,*corklebath***Re: JSH-inspired poem**,*Mensanator***Re: JSH-inspired poem**,*Lits O'Hate***Re: JSH-inspired poem**,*user923005*

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**New Style Abercrombie and Fitch Bags - Discount**,*jmsmark88***Re: JSH: Understanding the 'why' of Pell's Equation**,*Jesse F. Hughes*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: JSH: Understanding the 'why' of Pell's Equation**,*Jesse F. Hughes*

**Intersection of linear subspaces**,*dr-er***Re: Intersection of linear subspaces**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: Intersection of linear subspaces**,*dr-er***Re: Intersection of linear subspaces**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: Intersection of linear subspaces**,*dr-er*

**Re: Intersection of linear subspaces**,*Chip Eastham***Re: Intersection of linear subspaces**,*micheletrovan***Re: Intersection of linear subspaces**,*dr-er***Re: Intersection of linear subspaces**,*Chip Eastham*

**Re: Intersection of linear subspaces**,*dr-er*

**Re: Intersection of linear subspaces**,*Christopher Henrich*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Intersection of linear subspaces**,*Chip Eastham*

**Cantor-Bendixson Rank and Degree**,*Slavko Rede***Re: Cantor-Bendixson Rank and Degree**,*Dave L. Renfro*

**Opinion on a sum of independent r.v.'s**,*LAker***Re: Opinion on a sum of independent r.v.'s**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Opinion on a sum of independent r.v.'s**,*LAker*

**New mathematics / physical sciences positions at http://jobs.phds.org, Mar 30, 2009**,*PhDs . org***Two Questions About Godel's Original Paper**,*barry barrett***what is Random ?**,*Nimo***Re: what is Random ?**,*Ludovicus***Re: what is Random ?**,*Alexander S.F.X. van Dusen***Re: what is Random ?**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: what is Random ?**,*Nimo***Re: what is Random ?**,*Ludovicus*

**Re: what is Random ?**,*rossum***Re: what is Random ?**,*Ludovicus***Re: what is Random ?**,*rossum*

**Re: what is Random ?**,*danheyman@xxxxxxxxx***Re: what is Random ?**,*rossum***Re: what is Random ?**,*Tim Little*

**Re: what is Random ?**,*amzoti***Re: what is Random ?**,*Herman Rubin***Re: what is Random ?**,*r3769*

**Graph isomorphism in O(n^3) - I hope :)**,*blazej.podsiadlo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx***Re: Graph isomorphism in O(n^3) - I hope :)**,*Tim Little***Re: Graph isomorphism in O(n^3) - I hope :)**,*Jacko***Re: Graph isomorphism in O(n^3) - I hope :)**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Graph isomorphism in O(n^3) - I hope :)**,*blazej.podsiadlo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx***Re: Graph isomorphism in O(n^3) - I hope :)**,*blazej.podsiadlo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx***Re: Graph isomorphism in O(n^3) - I hope :)**,*Tim Little*

**PELLS EQUATION SOLUTION**,*inverse 19***JSH: Purpose of these posts on this newsgroup**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Purpose of these posts on this newsgroup**,*amzoti***Re: JSH: Purpose of these posts on this newsgroup**,*Jens Stueckelberger***Re: Purpose of these posts on this newsgroup**,*Haword*

**brain is on the edge of chaos (recent article)**,*David Bernier***sigma_r(x) = power series**,*Leroy Quet***Re: sigma_r(x) = power series**,*Leroy Quet***Re: sigma_r(x) = power series**,*Leroy Quet***Re: sigma_r(x) = power series**,*Leroy Quet*

**Re: JSH: Why they lurk**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: JSH: Why they lurk**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Why they lurk**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: JSH: Why they lurk**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Why they lurk**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: JSH: Why they lurk**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Why they lurk**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: JSH: Why they lurk**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Why they lurk**,*chuck***Re: JSH: Why they lurk**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Why they lurk**,*Tim Little***Re: JSH: Why they lurk**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Why they lurk**,*Peter***Re: JSH: Why they lurk**,*KMF*

- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: JSH: Why they lurk**,*KMF*

**JSH: Understanding the situation**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Understanding the situation**,*amzoti***Re: JSH: Understanding the situation**,*willo_thewisp***Re: JSH: Understanding the situation**,*Tim Smith***Re: JSH: Understanding the situation**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Understanding the situation**,*pumpledumplekins***Re: JSH: Understanding the situation**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Understanding the situation**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: JSH: Understanding the situation**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Understanding the situation**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: JSH: Understanding the situation**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Understanding the situation**,*Lits O'Hate***Re: JSH: Understanding the situation**,*Tim Peters***Re: JSH: Understanding the situation**,*juandiego***Re: JSH: Understanding the situation**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Understanding the situation**,*pumpledumplekins***Re: JSH: Understanding the situation**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Understanding the situation**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Understanding the situation**,*KMF***Re: JSH: Understanding the situation**,*Joshua Cranmer***Re: JSH: Understanding the situation**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: JSH: Understanding the situation**,*Joshua Cranmer***Re: JSH: Understanding the situation**,*Mensanator***Re: JSH: Understanding the situation**,*Lits O'Hate***JSH finally posts without a single mathematical error**,*Tim Smith***Re: JSH: Understanding the situation**,*amzoti***Re: JSH: Understanding the situation**,*rossum***Re: JSH: Understanding the situation**,*amzoti***Re: JSH: Understanding the situation**,*juandiego***Re: JSH: Understanding the situation**,*JSH*

**Re: JSH: Understanding the situation**,*juandiego*

**A recursion axiom for N?**,*Dan Christensen***Re: A recursion axiom for N?**,*James Waldby***Re: A recursion axiom for N?**,*Angus Rodgers*

**Re: A recursion axiom for N?**,*David Hartley***Re: A recursion axiom for N?**,*Herman Rubin***Re: A recursion axiom for N?**,*Dan Christensen*

**JSH: Finally! They're caught.**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Finally! They're caught.**,*Joshua Cranmer***Re: JSH: Finally! They're caught.**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Finally! They're caught.**,*Mensanator*

**Re: JSH: Finally! They're caught.**,*Enrico***Re: JSH: Finally! They're caught.**,*amzoti*

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**homotopy and homology**,*sanchopancho80***Re: homotopy and homology**,*achille***Re: homotopy and homology**,*sanchopancho80***Re: homotopy and homology**,*achille***Re: homotopy and homology**,*sanchopancho80***Re: homotopy and homology**,*sanchopancho80***Re: homotopy and homology**,*achille***Re: homotopy and homology**,*anonymous . rubbertube***Re: homotopy and homology**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: homotopy and homology**,*anonymous . rubbertube***Re: homotopy and homology**,*sanchopancho80***Re: homotopy and homology**,*anonymous . rubbertube***Re: homotopy and homology**,*W. Dale Hall***Re: homotopy and homology**,*anonymous . rubbertube***Re: homotopy and homology**,*sanchopancho80***Re: homotopy and homology**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez*

**Math Prodigy Tao**,*GoldenHeart***Re: Math Prodigy Tao**,*curious george***Re: Math Prodigy Tao**,*James Waldby***Re: Math Prodigy Tao**,*GoldenHeart*

**Irreducible polynomials in Z_p**,*gauss . euler05***Re: Irreducible polynomials in Z_p**,*quasi***Re: Irreducible polynomials in Z_p**,*quasi***Re: Irreducible polynomials in Z_p**,*gauss . euler05***Re: Irreducible polynomials in Z_p**,*quasi***Re: Irreducible polynomials in Z_p**,*quasi***Re: Irreducible polynomials in Z_p**,*achille***Re: Irreducible polynomials in Z_p**,*Angus Rodgers***Re: Irreducible polynomials in Z_p**,*achille***Re: Irreducible polynomials in Z_p**,*Angus Rodgers*

**Anyone studied Smirnov's A Course of Higher Mathematics**,*istillshine***circular complex root locus by oval/rigid loop rotation**,*gudi***Eigenvalues of a Diagonally Dominant Real Matrix**,*Rruffpaw***Re: Eigenvalues of a Diagonally Dominant Real Matrix**,*Ray Vickson*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Eigenvalues of a Diagonally Dominant Real Matrix**,*Rruffpaw*

**h(x) = 2*x*2^(2/h(x)) , h^[n](x)?**,*alainverghote@xxxxxxxxx***Re: h(x) = 2*x*2^(2/h(x)) , h^[n](x)?**,*Ioannis***Re: h(x) = 2*x*2^(2/h(x)) , h^[n](x)?**,*alainverghote@xxxxxxxxx***Re: h(x) = 2*x*2^(2/h(x)) , h^[n](x)?**,*Ioannis***Re: h(x) = 2*x*2^(2/h(x)) , h^[n](x)?**,*Patrick Coilland***Re: h(x) = 2*x*2^(2/h(x)) , h^[n](x)?**,*alainverghote@xxxxxxxxx***Re: h(x) = 2*x*2^(2/h(x)) , h^[n](x)?**,*Patrick Coilland***Re: h(x) = 2*x*2^(2/h(x)) , h^[n](x)?**,*Patrick Coilland***Re: h(x) = 2*x*2^(2/h(x)) , h^[n](x)?**,*alainverghote@xxxxxxxxx*

**Re: The 'why' of the behavior**,*KMF*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: The 'why' of the behavior**,*Boon*

**New Style True Religion Men's Jeans - discount**,*amamark858***4d simplicial decomposition question**,*Karol Grzyb***Re: Define mass**,*inverse 19***Re: Define mass**,*Denis Feldmann*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Define mass**,*inverse 19*

**Re: JSH: The 'why' of the behavior**,*KMF***OCT Resonator data compression and extrapolation algorithm**,*Lemon Tree***How to prove the following for Φ^n**,*Alpha***Re: How to prove the following for Φ^n**,*Alpha***Re: How to prove the following for Φ^n**,*achille***Re: How to prove the following for Φ^n**,*Alpha***Re: How to prove the following for Φ^n**,*Ray Vickson***Re: How to prove the following for Φ^n**,*Ludovicus***Re: How to prove the following for Φ^n**,*Ray Vickson***Re: How to prove the following for Φ^n**,*Alpha***Re: How to prove the following for Φ^n**,*Alpha***Re: How to prove the following for Φ^n**,*Ray Vickson***Re: How to prove the following for Φ^n**,*Ray Vickson***Re: How to prove the following for Φ^n**,*achille***Re: How to prove the following for Φ^n**,*Alpha*

**hypercube graph**,*tomtim20***Re: hypercube graph**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez*

**Global Cooling**,*Steve Puetz***Re: Global Cooling**,*dan73***Re: Global Cooling**,*Steve Puetz*

**Re: JSH: Probing composites with quadratic residues idea**,*KMF*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: JSH: Probing composites with quadratic residues idea**,*KMF*

**Re: JSH: Wacky quadratic residues result**,*KMF***Re: 40% in remedial math**,*Jerry Barrington***Re: Connecticut Shocked At Scores On ACT Test**,*Jerry Barrington***Re: Measure theory problem in Halmos**,*W^3***Need utility to perform migraine-inducing algebraic manipulation**,*Rruffpaw***FINAL REMINDER: ECCOMAS VipIMAGE 2009 Submission deadline: April 6**,*tavares@xxxxxxxx***Factoring using the Discriminant**,*Dave Cromley***Re: Factoring using the Discriminant**,*pubkeybreaker***Re: Factoring using the Discriminant**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: Factoring using the Discriminant**,*Dave Cromley***Re: Factoring using the Discriminant**,*pubkeybreaker***Re: Factoring using the Discriminant**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: Factoring using the Discriminant**,*D-Cromley***Re: Factoring using the Discriminant**,*D-Cromley***Re: Factoring using the Discriminant**,*pubkeybreaker***Re: Factoring using the Discriminant**,*Dave L. Renfro*

**interchanging limits for a real valued function of two variables.**,*john***Abel prize for geometer Mikhail Gromov**,*gudi*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Abel prize for geometer Mikhail Gromov**,*gudi*

**The Goldbach Theorem**,*Michael Hovdan***Re: The Goldbach Theorem**,*G. A. Edgar***Re: The Goldbach Theorem**,*José Carlos Santos*

**CANTOR**,*Davide.Tagliabue***Re: CANTOR**,*MoeBlee***Re: CANTOR**,*Davide.Tagliabue*

**Re: CANTOR**,*lwalke3***Re: CANTOR**,*Rainer Rosenthal***Re: CANTOR**,*lwalke3***Re: CANTOR**,*MoeBlee***Re: CANTOR**,*Dik T. Winter*

**Re: CANTOR**,*MoeBlee***Re: CANTOR**,*Jesse F. Hughes*

**Re: CANTOR**,*Tim Little*- <Possible follow-ups>
**CANTOR**,*Davide.Tagliabue***Re: CANTOR**,*Patrick Coilland***Re: CANTOR**,*Davide.Tagliabue***Re: CANTOR**,*Patrick Coilland***Re: CANTOR**,*Rainer Rosenthal***Re: CANTOR**,*Davide.Tagliabue*

**Re: CANTOR**,*William C Waterhouse***Re: CANTOR**,*Davide.Tagliabue***Re: CANTOR**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: CANTOR**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: CANTOR**,*Davide.Tagliabue***Re: CANTOR**,*Steve Dalton***Re: CANTOR**,*Davide.Tagliabue*

**Excuse me!!**,*ahmedabdallah101@xxxxxxxxx***Re: Excuse me!!**,*Davide.Tagliabue***Re: Excuse me!!**,*frogma*

**Re: Excuse me!!**,*curious george***Re: Excuse me!!**,*Jens Stueckelberger*

**is the function sin(floor(x)) Borel measurable?**,*jaialai . technology***Re: is the function sin(floor(x)) Borel measurable?**,*Fatal***Re: is the function sin(floor(x)) Borel measurable?**,*Olivier***Re: is the function sin(floor(x)) Borel measurable?**,*José Carlos Santos*

**Re: is the function sin(floor(x)) Borel measurable?**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: is the function sin(floor(x)) Borel measurable?**,*jaialai . technology***Re: is the function sin(floor(x)) Borel measurable?**,*Dave L. Renfro*

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**Re: Initial Digit In Random Numbers**,*quasi***Re: Initial Digit In Random Numbers**,*Tim Woodall***Re: Initial Digit In Random Numbers**,*quasi***Re: Initial Digit In Random Numbers**,*Chip Eastham*

**Re: Initial Digit In Random Numbers**,*erg***Re: Initial Digit In Random Numbers**,*Herman Rubin*

**what is mathematical ,modeling and why is it difficult?**,*M Taha Masood***Is Ramanujan is really so great? if yes, on what basis**,*Nimo***Re: Is Ramanujan is really so great? if yes, on what basis**,*Frederick Williams*

**Bayesian prior distribution**,*RAMCAL***Re: Bayesian prior distribution**,*Herman Rubin*

**GRAB THE GOLDEN OPPURTUNITY TO EARN MORE MONEY IN THE WORLD**,*laksnmi@xxxxxxxxx***OCT Oscillator**,*Lemon Tree***Unimodular Quadratic Form <n>. Please Help. With Def.**,*KMF***Re: Unimodular Quadratic Form <n>. Please Help. With Def.**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez*

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**utility of dying**,*Geezer***Re: utility of dying**,*temptony***Re: utility of dying**,*quasi***Re: utility of dying**,*Geezer***Re: utility of dying**,*Tim Little***Re: utility of dying**,*Adam*

**Re: utility of dying**,*fishfry*

**Searching for Happiness ?**,*corner . 90***conditioning on a null event**,*boyandshark***Re: conditioning on a null event**,*James Burns*

**pi_4(S^3)**,*sanchopancho80***Re: pi_4(S^3)**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez*

**Baysian posterior pdf derivation?**,*sherifffruitfly***Re: Baysian posterior pdf derivation?**,*se16***Re: Baysian posterior pdf derivation?**,*Herman Rubin*

**Meet Unemployment**,*georgeW***Re: Meet Unemployment**,*curious george*

**Least squares regression, constraints**,*DanInPhilly***Re: Least squares regression, constraints**,*DanInPhilly***Re: Least squares regression, constraints**,*Robert Israel***Re: Least squares regression, constraints**,*rip pelletier*

***** Get factory price Air max tn shoes at www.guoshitrade.com (free shipping )**,*fjndrj1234***New Styles ED hardy Bikinis - Fashion**,*jmsmark80***Initial digits of squares**,*Zak Seidov***Re: Initial digits of squares**,*jbriggs444***Re: Initial digits of squares**,*bert***Re: Initial digits of squares**,*Robert Israel***Re: Initial digits of squares**,*Tim Little***Re: Initial digits of squares**,*Zak Seidov*

**Run From The Sun!?**,*symphony***Mathematics Curriculum - Euler's Elements of Algebra**,*Euler'sFan***Re: Mathematics Curriculum - Euler's Elements of Algebra**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: Mathematics Curriculum - Euler's Elements of Algebra**,*William Elliot***Re: Mathematics Curriculum - Euler's Elements of Algebra**,*Ken Pledger***Re: Mathematics Curriculum - Euler's Elements of Algebra**,*William Elliot*

**Re: Mathematics Curriculum - Euler's Elements of Algebra**,*Junoexpress***Re: Mathematics Curriculum - Euler's Elements of Algebra**,*quasi***Re: Mathematics Curriculum - Euler's Elements of Algebra**,*Hero*

**How to Tell if Such a Set Exists?**,*Charlie-Boo***Re: How to Tell if Such a Set Exists?**,*scattered***Re: How to Tell if Such a Set Exists?**,*PHPBABY3*

**Re: How to Tell if Such a Set Exists?**,*Michael Stemper***Re: How to Tell if Such a Set Exists?**,*erg***Re: How to Tell if Such a Set Exists?**,*scattered***Re: How to Tell if Such a Set Exists?**,*PHPBABY3*

**Re: How to Tell if Such a Set Exists?**,*PHPBABY3*

**Re: How to Tell if Such a Set Exists?**,*Tim Little*

**80% chance?**,*dsmithy***Re: 80% chance?**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: 80% chance?**,*dsmithy***Re: 80% chance?**,*Virgil*

**Re: 80% chance?**,*William Elliot***Re: 80% chance?**,*Tim Little*

**Re: 80% chance?**,*Tim Little*

**Re: The complete infinite binary tree has only countably many infinite paths.**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Expected distance in poisson disk pattern**,*Kaba***ideal of an ideal**,*Dmitry Sustretov***Re: ideal of an ideal**,*José Carlos Santos*

**product of matrices**,*Andreas***Re: product of matrices**,*Torsten Hennig***Re: product of matrices**,*achille***Re: product of matrices**,*beeworks***Re: product of matrices**,*Andreas***Re: product of matrices**,*Herman Rubin***Re: product of matrices**,*Andreas*

**first and end**,*azadeh***Re: first and end**,*William Elliot***Re: first and end**,*azadeh***Re: first and end**,*[Mr.] Lynn Kurtz*

**Equivalent angle axis (EAA) vector and subtraction**,*Preben Holm***Re: snowplow problem**,*Ganesh KC***How to nest parentheses, brace and square brackets?**,*Mc Lauren Series***Re: How to nest parentheses, brace and square brackets?**,*Tim Little***Re: How to nest parentheses, brace and square brackets?**,*Stephen J. Herschkorn***Re: How to nest parentheses, brace and square brackets?**,*Philippe 92***Re: How to nest parentheses, brace and square brackets?**,*Stephen J. Herschkorn***Re: How to nest parentheses, brace and square brackets?**,*G. A. Edgar***Re: How to nest parentheses, brace and square brackets?**,*Phil Carmody***Re: How to nest parentheses, brace and square brackets?**,*Dik T. Winter*

**Re: How to nest parentheses, brace and square brackets?**,*Greg Neill*

**Condition of agreement of two functions**,*Ioannis***JSH: Why you're fun**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Why you're fun**,*Joshua Cranmer***Re: JSH: Why you're fun**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Why you're fun**,*frogma***Re: JSH: Why you're fun**,*Tim Smith***Re: JSH: Why you're fun**,*Christopher Henrich*

**Re: JSH: Why you're fun**,*William Hale***Re: JSH: Why you're fun**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Why you're fun**,*amzoti***Re: JSH: Why you're fun**,*rossum***Re: JSH: Why you're fun**,*Tim Peters***Re: JSH: Why you're fun**,*Tim Smith*

**Re: JSH: Why you're fun**,*Tim Little*

**Re: JSH: Why you're fun**,*amzoti***Re: JSH: Why you're fun**,*Ben Bacarisse***Re: JSH: Why you're fun**,*Boon***Re: JSH: Why you're fun**,*Jens Stueckelberger***Re: JSH: Why you're fun**,*Tim Smith***Re: JSH: Why you're fun**,*Gib Bogle*

**Cost of computing a modulo operation**,*Pashley***Re: Cost of computing a modulo operation**,*Tim Little***Re: Cost of computing a modulo operation**,*temptony*

**Re: Cost of computing a modulo operation**,*christian.bau***Re: Cost of computing a modulo operation**,*christian.bau*

**Useless mathematicians new unemployment time**,*georgeW***Re: Useless mathematicians new unemployment time**,*Tim Norfolk*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Useless mathematicians new unemployment time**,*amzoti***Re: Useless mathematicians new unemployment time**,*georgeW***Re: Useless mathematicians new unemployment time**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: Useless mathematicians new unemployment time**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: Useless mathematicians new unemployment time**,*georgeW*

**Re: Useless mathematicians new unemployment time**,*georgeW***Re: Useless mathematicians new unemployment time**,*georgeW***Re: Useless mathematicians new unemployment time**,*georgeW***Re: Useless mathematicians new unemployment time**,*georgeW***Re: Useless mathematicians new unemployment time**,*georgeW***Re: Useless mathematicians new unemployment time**,*georgeW***Re: Useless mathematicians new unemployment time**,*georgeW***Re: Useless mathematicians new unemployment time**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: Useless mathematicians new unemployment time**,*rabbits77***Re: Useless mathematicians new unemployment time**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: Useless mathematicians new unemployment time**,*georgeW***Re: Useless mathematicians new unemployment time**,*Tim Norfolk*

**Unified Cycle Theory**,*Steve Puetz***Tangent Functions**,*Jim***Re: Tangent Functions**,*Gerry Myerson*

**degree of a morphism**,*sanchopancho80***Generalized Birthday Paradox**,*Bart Goddard***Re: Generalized Birthday Paradox**,*John Roberts-Jones***Re: Generalized Birthday Paradox**,*[Mr.] Lynn Kurtz***Re: Generalized Birthday Paradox**,*Tim Little***Re: Generalized Birthday Paradox**,*Jon Slaughter***Re: Generalized Birthday Paradox**,*Dave Seaman***Re: Generalized Birthday Paradox**,*temptony***Re: Generalized Birthday Paradox**,*Bart Goddard***Re: Generalized Birthday Paradox**,*temptony*

**GAP and Mathematica**,*amzoti***The square root of -1 is no longer an imaginary number but a real natural unite c “the speed of light”, or more accurately “the speed of light in the 90 degree angular direction”, and = (natural square root of the natural -1 unite or Electron)**,*cjcountess***c-towers in proving AC => Zorn**,*thirdmojo***Re: c-towers in proving AC => Zorn**,*William Elliot***Re: c-towers in proving AC => Zorn**,*thirdmojo***Re: c-towers in proving AC => Zorn**,*William Elliot***Re: c-towers in proving AC => Zorn**,*thirdmojo***Re: c-towers in proving AC => Zorn**,*William Elliot***Re: c-towers in proving AC => Zorn**,*thirdmojo***Re: c-towers in proving AC => Zorn**,*William Elliot*

**Re: c-towers in proving AC => Zorn**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: c-towers in proving AC => Zorn**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: c-towers in proving AC => Zorn**,*thirdmojo***Re: c-towers in proving AC => Zorn**,*William Elliot***Re: c-towers in proving AC => Zorn**,*thirdmojo***Re: c-towers in proving AC => Zorn**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: c-towers in proving AC => Zorn**,*William Elliot***Re: c-towers in proving AC => Zorn**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: c-towers in proving AC => Zorn**,*thirdmojo***Re: c-towers in proving AC => Zorn**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: c-towers in proving AC => Zorn**,*thirdmojo***Re: c-towers in proving AC => Zorn**,*Arturo Magidin*

**Re: c-towers in proving AC => Zorn**,*Jim Heckman*

**Kernel of a homomorphism of free groups**,*sanchopancho80***Re: Kernel of a homomorphism of free groups**,*Derek Holt*

**Double-Sided Derivative**,*Michael J. Strickland***Re: Double-Sided Derivative**,*A N Niel***Re: Double-Sided Derivative**,*mike3***Re: Double-Sided Derivative**,*A N Niel*

**Re: Double-Sided Derivative**,*Robert Israel***Re: Double-Sided Derivative**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: Double-Sided Derivative**,*Virgil*

**Difference between "for all" and "for each" ?**,*Mc Lauren Series***Re: Difference between "for all" and "for each" ?**,*Mc Lauren Series***Re: Difference between "for all" and "for each" ?**,*A N Niel***Re: Difference between "for all" and "for each" ?**,*Barry Schwarz***Re: Difference between "for all" and "for each" ?**,*Ronald Bruck***Re: Difference between "for all" and "for each" ?**,*Phil Carmody***Re: Difference between "for all" and "for each" ?**,*Virgil*

**Ed Hardy Rhinestone Hat - Fashionable**,*ljanet859***A ball collection problem**,*Wen***Re: A ball collection problem**,*Robert Israel***Re: A ball collection problem**,*Ray Vickson***Re: A ball collection problem**,*Ray Vickson*

**Vanishing ideal of PSL_n**,*Grothendieck-Hirzebruch***Re: Vanishing ideal of PSL_n**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Vanishing ideal of PSL_n**,*Grothendieck-Hirzebruch***Re: Vanishing ideal of PSL_n**,*Jack Schmidt*

**Finding generators of a finite group**,*jeroen . wieland***Re: Finding generators of a finite group**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Finding generators of a finite group**,*jeroen . wieland*

**Re: Finding generators of a finite group**,*Jack Schmidt***Re: Finding generators of a finite group**,*Derek Holt***Re: Finding generators of a finite group**,*Jack Schmidt***Re: Finding generators of a finite group**,*pubkeybreaker***Re: Finding generators of a finite group**,*jeroen . wieland***Re: Finding generators of a finite group**,*Jack Schmidt***Re: Finding generators of a finite group**,*jeroen . wieland*

**Re: Finding generators of a finite group**,*Paul T***Re: Finding generators of a finite group**,*Arturo Magidin*

**eigenvalues of nonsymmetric matrix vs similar symmetric matrix**,*brani***Prepend 1 to a^2 to get b^2!**,*Zak Seidov***Re: Prepend 1 to a^2 to get b^2!**,*Joshua Cranmer***Re: Prepend 1 to a^2 to get b^2!**,*Dik T. Winter***Re: Prepend 1 to a^2 to get b^2!**,*Joshua Cranmer***Re: Prepend 1 to a^2 to get b^2!**,*Philippe 92***Re: Prepend 1 to a^2 to get b^2!**,*Philippe 92***Re: Prepend 1 to a^2 to get b^2!**,*Dik T. Winter***Re: Prepend 1 to a^2 to get b^2!**,*Philippe 92***Re: Prepend 1 to a^2 to get b^2!**,*Philippe 92***Re: Prepend 1 to a^2 to get b^2!**,*Zak Seidov***Re: Prepend 1 to a^2 to get b^2!**,*Philippe 92***Re: Prepend 1 to a^2 to get b^2!**,*Philippe 92***Re: Prepend 1 to a^2 to get b^2!**,*Dik T. Winter*

**Re: Prepend 1 to a^2 to get b^2!**,*Philippe 92***Re: Prepend 1 to a^2 to get b^2!**,*Chip Eastham***Re: Prepend 1 to a^2 to get b^2!**,*Tim Little*

**advanced engineering dynamics**,*ali . hoshiar***Re: advanced engineering dynamics**,*Jens Stueckelberger*

**Quotient orders and the ordering of partitions**,*William Elliot***Sequences**,*John***Re: Sequences**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Sequences**,*frogma***Re: Sequences**,*Arturo Magidin*

**Re: Sequences**,*John***Re: Sequences**,*Chip Eastham*

**Comparison test**,*kelvSYC***Re: Comparison test**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Comparison test**,*kelvSYC***Re: Comparison test**,*Arturo Magidin*

**Re: Comparison test**,*W^3***Re: Comparison test**,*quasi*

**Expression for partial sum of e**,*Asja***Re: Expression for partial sum of e**,*David W . Cantrell***Re: Expression for partial sum of e**,*Zdislav V. Kovarik*

**Re: Expression for partial sum of e**,*Herman Rubin***Re: Expression for partial sum of e**,*Asja***Re: Expression for partial sum of e**,*David W . Cantrell*

**Re: Expression for partial sum of e**,*Michael Press***Re: Expression for partial sum of e**,*Robert Israel*

**Mod[a[n],p]**,*KY***Re: Mod[a[n],p]**,*quasi***Re: Mod[a[n],p]**,*quasi*

**Re: Mod[a[n],p]**,*KY***Re: Mod[a[n],p]**,*Bill Dubuque*

**Curious function...**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Curious function...**,*David Bernier***Re: Curious function...**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Curious function...**,*David C . Ullrich*

**P=NP**,*valls***Fibonacci Word (Spiral Pattern)**,*S_Paske***Re: Fibonacci Word (Spiral Pattern)**,*Mensanator***Re: Fibonacci Word (Spiral Pattern)**,*S_Paske***Re: Fibonacci Word (Spiral Pattern)**,*Mensanator***Re: Fibonacci Word (Spiral Pattern)**,*S_Paske***Re: Fibonacci Word (Spiral Pattern)**,*Mensanator***Re: Fibonacci Word (Spiral Pattern)**,*S_Paske***Re: Fibonacci Word (Spiral Pattern)**,*Mensanator***Re: Fibonacci Word (Spiral Pattern)**,*S_Paske*

**Re: Fibonacci Word (Spiral Pattern)**,*Ioannis*

**A generalization of Neuberg's Theorem & the Simson line**,*Michael de Villiers***On a diophantine equation**,*CoolGenie***Re: On a diophantine equation**,*William Elliot***Re: On a diophantine equation**,*P. Kaminski***Re: On a diophantine equation**,*quasi*

**Re: On a diophantine equation**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: On a diophantine equation**,*P. Kaminski*

**Re: Results in analysis first proved using non-standard methods**,*paull***Expected number of singles**,*Gus Gassmann***Re: Expected number of singles**,*Martin Frisch***Re: Expected number of singles**,*Gus Gassmann*

**Re: Expected number of singles**,*Robert Israel***Re: Expected number of singles**,*Gus Gassmann***Re: Expected number of singles**,*Martin Frisch*

**elementary matrices in "GL(Z,n)"**,*sanchopancho80***Re: elementary matrices in "GL(Z,n)"**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: elementary matrices in "GL(Z,n)"**,*juandiego***Re: elementary matrices in "GL(Z,n)"**,*sanchopancho80*

**ATO Matsumoto Men Shoes - Discount**,*ljanet8585***single value decomposition**,*ge . bellman***Re: single value decomposition**,*Jack Schmidt***Re: single value decomposition**,*ge . bellman*

**where is the falt**,*hkritzinger***Re: where is the falt**,*Alexm***Re: where is the falt**,*oppt***Re: where is the falt**,*Virgil***Re: where is the falt**,*Gene Wagenbreth***Re: where is the falt**,*alainverghote@xxxxxxxxx*

**Re: where is the falt**,*Eric Schmidt*

**q-groups acting on p-groups, linear algebra 'metatheorem' ?**,*Ted Hwa***Show a quadratic is convex**,*virtualburn***Re: Show a quadratic is convex**,*Robert Israel***Re: Show a quadratic is convex**,*virtualburn***Re: Show a quadratic is convex**,*virtualburn***Re: Show a quadratic is convex**,*Robert Israel*

**continued fractions for golden ratio and a coincidence?**,*Ken Quirici***Re: continued fractions for golden ratio and a coincidence?**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: continued fractions for golden ratio and a coincidence?**,*Christopher Henrich***Re: continued fractions for golden ratio and a coincidence?**,*juandiego*

**I need an online reference**,*Bluuuue Rajah***Re: I need an online reference**,*Anon***Re: I need an online reference**,*Bluuuue Rajah*

**Re: I need an online reference**,*William Elliot*

**Basic question on homology: cycles as geometric. objects**,*jewsforjesusalou***real projective space**,*sanchopancho80***a packing problem**,*RichD***Re: a packing problem**,*Robert Israel***Re: a packing problem**,*RichD***Re: a packing problem**,*Philippe 92***Re: a packing problem**,*David W . Cantrell*

**Re: a packing problem**,*David W . Cantrell***Re: a packing problem**,*David W . Cantrell***Re: a packing problem**,*RichD***Re: a packing problem**,*David W . Cantrell*

**is this a mistake in Mathworld's definition of almost everywhere convergence?**,*rabbits77***Re: is this a mistake in Mathworld's definition of almost everywhere convergence?**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: is this a mistake in Mathworld's definition of almost everywhere convergence?**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: is this a mistake in Mathworld's definition of almost everywhere convergence?**,*Jonathan Groves***Re: is this a mistake in Mathworld's definition of almost everywhere convergence?**,*Jonathan Groves*

**My conclusion on which sets are groups and which aren't. Please review.**,*Mc Lauren Series***Re: My conclusion on which sets are groups and which aren't. Please review.**,*mike3***Re: My conclusion on which sets are groups and which aren't. Please review.**,*Arturo Magidin*- <Possible follow-ups>
**My conclusion on which sets are groups and which aren't. Please review.**,*Mc Lauren Series*

**a riddle**,*Mark-T***Re: a riddle**,*G. A. Edgar***Re: a riddle**,*Phil Carmody*

**Re: a riddle**,*Robert Israel***Re: a riddle**,*Dave***Re: a riddle**,*Robert Israel***Re: a riddle**,*Dave*

**Re: a riddle**,*A N Niel*

**Re: a riddle**,*Gib Bogle***Re: a riddle**,*Tim Little*

**what is Math ?**,*Nimo***Re: what is Math ?**,*Dave***Re: what is Math ?**,*[Mr.] Lynn Kurtz***Re: what is Math ?**,*Nimo*

**Re: what is Math ?**,*wwilson***Re: what is Math ?**,*Don Stockbauer***Re: what is Math ?**,*achille***Re: what is Math ?**,*Don Stockbauer***Re: what is Math ?**,*wwilson***Re: what is Math ?**,*Don Stockbauer*

**Re: what is Math ?**,*Nimo*

**Re: what is Math ?**,*Bill Taylor***Re: what is Math ?**,*Nimo***Re: what is Math ?**,*Don Stockbauer*

**Re: what is Math ?**,*Zim Olson***Re: what is Math ?**,*Bill Taylor***Re: what is Math ?**,*Zim Olson***Re: what is Math ?**,*Michael Press*

**Re: what is Math ?**,*Ioannis***Re: what is Math ?**,*FredJeffries*

**Multiple Choice Exams: Scoring a 0% is harder than scoring a 25%**,*2.7182818284590...***Giancoli eBook, Solutions, & Test Bank**,*daddyfunkmasta***combining uncertainties**,*François Grondin***Re: combining uncertainties**,*Robert Israel*

**Re: A formula for a function being recursive**,*Martin***"Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*mike3***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*pauldepstein***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*pauldepstein***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*Dave Seaman***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*Dave Seaman***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*Dave Seaman***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*Dave Seaman***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*Dave Seaman***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*Denis Feldmann***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*Denis Feldmann***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*Denis Feldmann***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*mike3***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*mike3***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*amy666***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*Jhonas***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*amy666***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*David R Tribble***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*amy666***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*Tim Little***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*G. A. Edgar***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*pauldepstein*

**Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*Denis Feldmann*

**Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*Denis Feldmann***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*mike3***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*lwalke3***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*Denis Feldmann***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*lwalke3***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*mike3***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*Dik T. Winter***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*mike3***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*mike3***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*lwalke3***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*mike3***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*Dik T. Winter***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*plutonium . archimedes***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*mike3*

**Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*Bill Dubuque*

**Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*lwalke3***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*amy666***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*mike3***Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*lwalke3*

**Re: "Surreal Numbers" Filled With Gaps?**,*mike3*

**ubasic in Win XP with EMS (expanded memory)**,*meucat***Re: Lubos Motl's forced resignation from Harvard University Physics Department**,*ankola007***Re: -- Packing unit circles in circles: new results**,*DWCantrell@xxxxxxxxxxx***Re: -- Packing unit circles in circles: new results**,*mollwollfumble***Re: -- Packing unit circles in circles: new results**,*David W . Cantrell*

**Manhattan Distance and Distance on a Surface**,*Chris K.***debt/time value question**,*dsmithy***easy question from newbie**,*Seth Myers***Re: easy question from newbie**,*quasi***Re: easy question from newbie**,*Seth Myers***Re: easy question from newbie**,*quasi***Re: easy question from newbie**,*Gerry Myerson*

**Re: easy question from newbie**,*Gerry Myerson*

**Re: easy question from newbie**,*Ken Pledger*

**To find f(x) when f ( f (x) ) is given**,*gudi***Re: To find f(x) when f ( f (x) ) is given**,*Patrick Coilland***Re: To find f(x) when f ( f (x) ) is given**,*Robert Israel***Re: To find f(x) when f ( f (x) ) is given**,*gudi***Re: To find f(x) when f ( f (x) ) is given**,*Robert Israel***Re: To find f(x) when f ( f (x) ) is given**,*mike3***Re: To find f(x) when f ( f (x) ) is given**,*quasi***Re: To find f(x) when f ( f (x) ) is given**,*mike3***Re: To find f(x) when f ( f (x) ) is given**,*Robert Israel***Re: To find f(x) when f ( f (x) ) is given**,*mike3*

**low rank matrix approximation**,*charger144***Re: low rank matrix approximation**,*Jack Schmidt***Re: low rank matrix approximation**,*charger144*

**linear regression with interval variable**,*analyst41***Re: linear regression with interval variable**,*quasi***Re: linear regression with interval variable**,*analyst41***Re: linear regression with interval variable**,*Ray Koopman***Re: linear regression with interval variable**,*analyst41***Re: linear regression with interval variable**,*Ray Koopman*

**Re: linear regression with interval variable**,*Ray Vickson***Re: linear regression with interval variable**,*analyst41***Re: linear regression with interval variable**,*Ray Vickson***Re: linear regression with interval variable**,*analyst41*

**Re: linear regression with interval variable**,*Ray Koopman***Re: linear regression with interval variable**,*analyst41***Re: linear regression with interval variable**,*Ray Koopman*

**Summation**,*habeel***Re: Summation**,*G. A. Edgar***Re: Summation**,*William Elliot*

**Re: Summation**,*habeel***Re: Summation**,*Ray Vickson***Re: Summation**,*habeel***Re: Summation**,*habeel***Re: Summation**,*Robert Israel*

**Re: Summation**,*W^3***Re: Summation**,*quasi*

**why matrix ?**,*Nimo***Re: why matrix ?**,*Nimo***Re: why matrix ?**,*David C . Ullrich*

**smallest sphere enclosing a point set**,*AK***Re: smallest sphere enclosing a point set**,*David W . Cantrell***Re: smallest sphere enclosing a point set**,*Brian Chandler***Re: smallest sphere enclosing a point set**,*Jim Burns***Re: smallest sphere enclosing a point set**,*Jim Burns*

**A limit sequence**,*BobbyG***Google Scholar**,*G. A. Edgar***Re: Google Scholar**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: Google Scholar**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Google Scholar**,*Frederick Williams***Re: Google Scholar**,*Frederick Williams***Re: Google Scholar**,*curious george***Re: Google Scholar**,*Richard Tobin***Re: Google Scholar**,*Bill Dubuque*

**Question about stochastic matrices**,*algotp***Re: Question about stochastic matrices**,*G. A. Edgar***Re: Question about stochastic matrices**,*Gerry Myerson*

**Factoring**,*mike3***Re: Factoring**,*Mensanator***Re: Factoring**,*Tim Little***Re: Factoring**,*David Bernier***Re: Factoring**,*mike3*

**Re: Factoring**,*curious george***Re: Factoring**,*pubkeybreaker***Re: Factoring**,*Phil Carmody*

**Re: Factoring**,*Dik T. Winter*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Factoring**,*Ioannis***Re: Factoring**,*pubkeybreaker***Re: Factoring**,*quasi***Re: Factoring**,*Ioannis***Re: Factoring**,*curious george***Re: Factoring**,*Dave Seaman***Re: Factoring**,*quasi***Re: Factoring**,*Bart Goddard***Re: Factoring**,*Ioannis***Re: Factoring**,*Bart Goddard***Re: Factoring**,*Ioannis***Re: Factoring**,*pubkeybreaker***Re: Factoring**,*Dik T. Winter***Re: Factoring**,*quasi*

**Re: Factoring**,*Tim Little***Re: Factoring**,*Tim Little***Re: Factoring**,*pubkeybreaker***Re: Factoring**,*Tim Little***Re: Factoring**,*Dik T. Winter***Re: Factoring**,*Tim Little***Re: Factoring**,*[Mr.] Lynn Kurtz***Re: Factoring**,*Mensanator***Re: Factoring**,*Phil Carmody*

**Question on the Hopf fibration**,*sanchopancho80***Re: Question on the Hopf fibration**,*W. Dale Hall***Re: Question on the Hopf fibration**,*José Carlos Santos*

**Re: Question on the Hopf fibration**,*anonymous . rubbertube*

**immersion**,*ejmsmartin***Re: immersion**,*KMF*

**Re: #301 all those fake names**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: #301 all those fake names**,*Michael Press***Re: #301 all those fake names**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: #301 all those fake names**,*Michael Press***Re: #301 all those fake names**,*plutonium . archimedes***Re: #301 all those fake names**,*Michael Press***Re: #301 all those fake names**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: #301 all those fake names**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: #301 all those fake names**,*Jesse F. Hughes*

**Gucci shoes**,*godmnend***paypal *** Puma**,*godmnend***Mod**,*KY***Chain rule for composition of functions with different codomains**,*belford . eugene***differential equations**,*Steven***Re: differential equations**,*Steven*

**Tetration for small bases?**,*mike3***special group presentation**,*sanchopancho80***Re: special group presentation**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: special group presentation**,*gerry***Re: special group presentation**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: special group presentation**,*sanchopancho80***Re: special group presentation**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: special group presentation**,*sanchopancho80***Re: special group presentation**,*sanchopancho80***Re: special group presentation**,*Tonicopm***Re: special group presentation**,*Arturo Magidin*

**>>> CONCEALED CARRY <<<__________________________________________**,*jsranherman***Couple of challenging Diophantine problems**,*OwlHoot***Re: Couple of challenging Diophantine problems**,*amy666***Re: Couple of challenging Diophantine problems**,*pumpledumplekins***Re: Couple of challenging Diophantine problems**,*pumpledumplekins***Re: Couple of challenging Diophantine problems**,*amy666***Re: Couple of challenging Diophantine problems**,*pumpledumplekins***Re: Couple of challenging Diophantine problems**,*amy666*

**Re: Couple of challenging Diophantine problems**,*Dan Cass***Re: Couple of challenging Diophantine problems**,*Dan Cass***Re: Couple of challenging Diophantine problems**,*pumpledumplekins*

**The numberline is mostly wet ...**,*riderofgiraffes***Re: The numberline is mostly wet ...**,*christian.bau***Re: The numberline is mostly wet ...**,*William Elliot*

**Re: The numberline is mostly wet ...**,*Bill Taylor*

**Re: God is mad**,*amy666***Re: God is mad**,*Aatu Koskensilta*

**Mathematical Programming (Optimization) and the Number Theory**,*Yuly Shipilevsky***Re: Solution manual and test bank**,*mohammad . ktaishat***VECOR SPACE MULTIPLICATION**,*inverse 19***Re: VECOR SPACE MULTIPLICATION**,*Wolfman***Re: VECOR SPACE MULTIPLICATION**,*amy666*

**Errors in the book :Prime Numbers**,*Ludovicus***Re: Errors in the book :Prime Numbers**,*Frederick Williams*

**Hard Matrix Problem**,*GeorgeWillis***Re: Hard Matrix Problem**,*HardySpicer***Re: Hard Matrix Problem**,*OwlHoot***Re: Hard Matrix Problem**,*Bart Goddard***Re: Hard Matrix Problem**,*HardySpicer*

**Re: Hard Matrix Problem**,*gerry***Re: Hard Matrix Problem**,*Chip Eastham*

**Generalized permutations**,*aegis***Re: Generalized permutations**,*cbrown@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx*

**sum inequality**,*Adam Daldry***Re: sum inequality**,*William Elliot***Re: sum inequality**,*W^3***Re: sum inequality**,*William Elliot***Re: sum inequality**,*James Waldby***Re: sum inequality**,*W^3*

**Is this composite and its 2 prime factors a former rsa challenge number?**,*dan73***Re: #301 all those fake proofs that 0.9999..... = 1 Re: .9 repeating**,*Jesse F. Hughes*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: #301 all those fake proofs that 0.9999..... = 1 Re: .9 repeating**,*Richard Tobin*

**an intuitive fermat like conjecture**,*amy666***Re: an intuitive fermat like conjecture**,*cplxphil***Re: an intuitive fermat like conjecture**,*hagman***Re: an intuitive fermat like conjecture**,*Gottfried Helms***Re: an intuitive fermat like conjecture**,*amy666***Re: an intuitive fermat like conjecture**,*Gottfried Helms***Re: an intuitive fermat like conjecture**,*Denis Feldmann***Re: an intuitive fermat like conjecture**,*Denis Feldmann*

**Re: an intuitive fermat like conjecture**,*amy666*

**Re: an intuitive fermat like conjecture**,*OwlHoot*

**f(f(x)) = x^sqrt(2) + x^sqrt(3)**,*amy666***Re: f(f(x)) = x^sqrt(2) + x^sqrt(3)**,*Patrick Coilland***Re: f(f(x)) = x^sqrt(2) + x^sqrt(3)**,*hagman***Re: f(f(x)) = x^sqrt(2) + x^sqrt(3)**,*achille***Re: f(f(x)) = x^sqrt(2) + x^sqrt(3)**,*Patrick Coilland*

**Re: f(f(x)) = x^sqrt(2) + x^sqrt(3)**,*alainverghote@xxxxxxxxx***Re: f(f(x)) = x^sqrt(2) + x^sqrt(3)**,*amy666**Message not available***Re: f(f(x)) = x^sqrt(2) + x^sqrt(3)**,*Gottfried Helms***Re: f(f(x)) = x^sqrt(2) + x^sqrt(3)**,*Gottfried Helms***Re: f(f(x)) = x^sqrt(2) + x^sqrt(3)**,*achille*

**Average value of cosine puzzle**,*Jim Ferry***Question about characteristic function**,*Axel Vogt***Continuous Extensions**,*William Elliot***hyperbolic functions**,*Steven***Re: hyperbolic functions**,*Bart Goddard***Re: hyperbolic functions**,*Aage Andersen***Re: hyperbolic functions**,*Steven***Re: hyperbolic functions**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: hyperbolic functions**,*Ray Vickson*

**Re: hyperbolic functions**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: hyperbolic functions**,*Han de Bruijn*

**geld zu verdienen,ich schnell viel geld verdienen,tycoon geld machen,geld verdienen mit immobilien,geld verdienen mit meinungsumfragen,**,*kineret876***GCD related function?**,*Gerry***Re: GCD related function?**,*Gerry*

**Re: #296 Chapter 10; Closed to multiplication, and, Lwal, can the standard Reals have a FrontView plus BackView?; new book 2nd edition: New True Mathematics**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Finding triples (a,b,c) such that a^2 + b^2 + c^2 = P^2 and abc = Q^3**,*googlenews***Re: Finding triples (a,b,c) such that a^2 + b^2 + c^2 = P^2 and abc = Q^3**,*gerry***Re: Finding triples (a,b,c) such that a^2 + b^2 + c^2 = P^2 and abc = Q^3**,*pumpledumplekins***Re: Finding triples (a,b,c) such that a^2 + b^2 + c^2 = P^2 and abc = Q^3**,*OwlHoot***Re: Finding triples (a,b,c) such that a^2 + b^2 + c^2 = P^2 and abc = Q^3**,*OwlHoot***Re: Finding triples (a,b,c) such that a^2 + b^2 + c^2 = P^2 and abc = Q^3**,*OwlHoot***Re: Finding triples (a,b,c) such that a^2 + b^2 + c^2 = P^2 and abc = Q^3**,*OwlHoot***Re: Finding triples (a,b,c) such that a^2 + b^2 + c^2 = P^2 and abc = Q^3**,*pumpledumplekins***Re: Finding triples (a,b,c) such that a^2 + b^2 + c^2 = P^2 and abc = Q^3**,*OwlHoot***Re: Finding triples (a,b,c) such that a^2 + b^2 + c^2 = P^2 and abc = Q^3**,*pumpledumplekins***Re: Finding triples (a,b,c) such that a^2 + b^2 + c^2 = P^2 and abc = Q^3**,*christian.bau*

**fiber bundles**,*sanchopancho80***Re: fiber bundles**,*W. Dale Hall*

**Computing the potential from the continuity equation**,*mathforum09***Fourier-like Series**,*John Washburn***Re: Fourier-like Series**,*Robert Israel***Re: Fourier-like Series**,*W^3***Re: Fourier-like Series**,*David C . Ullrich*

**Need a formula to find original loan value when only balance, payment, and term are known**,*FoxKat***Re: Need a formula to find original loan value when only balance, payment, and term are known**,*William Elliot***Re: Need a formula to find original loan value when only balance, payment, and term are known**,*FoxKat***Re: Need a formula to find original loan value when only balance, payment, and term are known**,*FoxKat***Re: Need a formula to find original loan value when only balance, payment, and term are known**,*FoxKat*

**Re: Need a formula to find original loan value when only balance, payment, and term are known**,*Ken Pledger**Message not available*

**Can a certain determination be made on a large composite such as rsa2048?**,*dan73***Solutions Manual, Test Bank, New Collection 2009**,*Student.plus(At)Hotmail(Dot)Com***A simple looking integral**,*user923005***Re: A simple looking integral**,*Virgil***Re: A simple looking integral**,*W^3***Re: A simple looking integral**,*Ken Pledger*

**Re: A simple looking integral**,*W^3***Re: A simple looking integral**,*Phil Freedenberg***Re: A simple looking integral**,*[Mr.] Lynn Kurtz***Re: A simple looking integral**,*A N Niel***Re: A simple looking integral**,*[Mr.] Lynn Kurtz***Re: A simple looking integral**,*user923005*

**Re: A simple looking integral**,*Zdislav V. Kovarik*

**counting subgroups**,*tomtim20***Re: counting subgroups**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: counting subgroups**,*tomtim20***Re: counting subgroups**,*Arturo Magidin*

**Re: counting subgroups**,*paull*

**Surfaces of negative curvature**,*chamcha . saladin***Re: Surfaces of negative curvature**,*achille***Re: Surfaces of negative curvature**,*chamcha . saladin*

**Re: Inconsistency of the usual axioms of set theory**,*amy666***Re: Inconsistency of the usual axioms of set theory**,*MoeBlee***Re: Inconsistency of the usual axioms of set theory**,*David C . Ullrich*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Inconsistency of the usual axioms of set theory**,*lwalke3***Re: Inconsistency of the usual axioms of set theory**,*Jesse F. Hughes*

**representation by classes in homology. Def. please:**,*jewsforjesusalou***Re: representation by classes in homology. Def. please:**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: representation by classes in homology. Def. please:**,*jewsforjesusalou***Re: representation by classes in homology. Def. please:**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: representation by classes in homology. Def. please:**,*jewsforjesusalou*

**Good books in elementary number theory**,*charlescalculus_robertobaggio***Re: Good books in elementary number theory**,*Bill Dubuque***Re: Good books in elementary number theory**,*charlescalculus_robertobaggio*

**Re: Good books in elementary number theory**,*Bart Goddard***Re: Good books in elementary number theory**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: Good books in elementary number theory**,*juandiego***Re: Good books in elementary number theory**,*Frederick Williams*

**Short mathematical problem**,*Luca Villa***Re: Short mathematical problem**,*jmorriss***Re: Short mathematical problem**,*David W . Cantrell***Re: Short mathematical problem**,*Luca Villa*

**Re: Short mathematical problem**,*quasi*

**Logical connective "or" : inclusive or exclusive meaning?**,*charlescalculus_robertobaggio***Logic and tautology**,*charlescalculus_robertobaggio***Re: Logic and tautology**,*Dave Seaman***Re: Logic and tautology**,*Don Stockbauer***Re: Logic and tautology**,*Michael Press***Re: Logic and tautology**,*Dave Seaman***Re: Logic and tautology**,*Dave Seaman***Re: Logic and tautology**,*Michael Press*

**Re: Logic and tautology**,*William Elliot***Re: Logic and tautology**,*Ken Pledger***Re: Logic and tautology**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: Logic and tautology**,*quasi***Re: Logic and tautology**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: Logic and tautology**,*quasi***Re: Logic and tautology**,*Dan Christensen***Re: Logic and tautology**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: Logic and tautology**,*Dan Christensen***Re: Logic and tautology**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: Logic and tautology**,*Dan Christensen***Re: Logic and tautology**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: Logic and tautology**,*Dan Christensen***Re: Logic and tautology**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: Logic and tautology**,*Dan Christensen***Re: Logic and tautology**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: Logic and tautology**,*Dan Christensen***Re: Logic and tautology**,*KMF***Re: Logic and tautology**,*Dan Christensen***Re: Logic and tautology**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: Logic and tautology**,*Dan Christensen***Re: Logic and tautology**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: Logic and tautology**,*Dan Christensen***Re: Logic and tautology**,*James Burns***Re: Logic and tautology**,*Dan Christensen***Re: Logic and tautology**,*James Burns***Re: Logic and tautology**,*Dan Christensen***Re: Logic and tautology**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: Logic and tautology**,*James Burns***Re: Logic and tautology -- and Apologies**,*Dan Christensen***Re: Logic and tautology -- and Apologies**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: Logic and tautology -- and Apologies**,*James Burns***Re: Logic and tautology -- and Apologies**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: Logic and tautology**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: Logic and tautology**,*James Burns***Re: Logic and tautology**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: Logic and tautology**,*Dan Christensen***Re: Logic and tautology**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: Logic and tautology**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: Logic and tautology**,*Dan Christensen***Re: Logic and tautology**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: Logic and tautology**,*Dan Christensen***Re: Logic and tautology**,*Mensanator***Re: Logic and tautology**,*Jesse F. Hughes*

**Re: Logic and tautology**,*Ken Pledger***Re: Logic and tautology**,*Jesse F. Hughes*

**Re: Logic and tautology**,*zzbunker@xxxxxxxxxxxx***Re: Logic and tautology**,*Seth Myers***Re: Logic and tautology**,*Jesse F. Hughes*

**math in crosswords**,*Bart Goddard***Re: math in crosswords**,*Angus Rodgers*

**? high dim conic**,*Cheng Cosine***Re: ? high dim conic**,*A N Niel***Re: ? high dim conic**,*CCC*

**Media. Should I use it in this case?**,*shapper***Re: Media. Should I use it in this case?**,*William Elliot***Re: Media. Should I use it in this case?**,*shapper***Re: Media. Should I use it in this case?**,*William Elliot*

**Kant and Hilbert**,*Frederick Williams***Re: Kant and Hilbert**,*Tim BandTech.com***Re: Kant and Hilbert**,*wwilson***Re: Kant and Hilbert**,*Tim Little***Re: Kant and Hilbert**,*wwilson*

**Re: Kant and Hilbert**,*victor_meldrew_666@xxxxxxxxxxx***Re: Kant and Hilbert**,*Robert Israel***Re: Kant and Hilbert**,*paull*

**The square of a sphere by inverse 19 mathematics**,*inverse 19***Applied Maths: Simple Mortgage Problem**,*BigAl . NZ***Re: Applied Maths: Simple Mortgage Problem**,*Ray Vickson*

**Extension**,*William Elliot***Re: Extension**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: Extension**,*William Elliot*

**Inverse matrix of a submatrix**,*Maduranga Liyanage***Re: Inverse matrix of a submatrix**,*victor_meldrew_666@xxxxxxxxxxx*

**Regular Pentagon**,*Alpha***Re: Regular Pentagon**,*hagman*

**f_n(x)=x(x - 1/n). Show that f_n -> x^2 \mu-almost everywhere**,*rabbits77***Re: f_n(x)=x(x - 1/n). Show that f_n -> x^2 \mu-almost everywhere**,*rabbits77***Re: f_n(x)=x(x - 1/n). Show that f_n -> x^2 \mu-almost everywhere**,*David C . Ullrich*

**Re: f_n(x)=x(x - 1/n). Show that f_n -> x^2 \mu-almost everywhere**,*David C . Ullrich*

**Lebesgue measure. Please help.**,*Johnnie_W***Re: Lebesgue measure. Please help.**,*W^3***Re: Lebesgue measure. Please help.**,*Timothy Murphy*

**proof that separable inner product spaces have orthonormal bases**,*G Patel***Re: Prime Sums In A Grid**,*Tim Woodall***Re: Prime Sums In A Grid**,*Tim Woodall*

**representing objects**,*aegis***Re: representing objects**,*quasi*

**Question about OEIS #: A143543**,*sstump***Help with function composition proof**,*agapito6314***Re: Help with function composition proof**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Help with function composition proof**,*agapito6314***Re: Help with function composition proof**,*hagman***Re: Help with function composition proof**,*agapito6314***Re: Help with function composition proof**,*Michael Press*

**Re: Help with function composition proof**,*Virgil*

**Hammer falls on JSH's foot, Pell's Equation factoring solution is crap**,*mike3***Re: Hammer falls on JSH's foot, Pell's Equation factoring solution is crap**,*marcus_bruckner***Re: Hammer falls on JSH's foot, Pell's Equation factoring solution is crap**,*mike3***Re: Hammer falls on JSH's foot, Pell's Equation factoring solution is crap**,*JSH***Re: Hammer falls on JSH's foot, Pell's Equation factoring solution is crap**,*mike3***Re: Hammer falls on JSH's foot, Pell's Equation factoring solution is crap**,*JSH***Re: Hammer falls on JSH's foot, Pell's Equation factoring solution is crap**,*mike3***Re: Hammer falls on JSH's foot, Pell's Equation factoring solution is crap**,*Ben Bacarisse***Re: Hammer falls on JSH's foot, Pell's Equation factoring solution is crap**,*Junoexpress***Re: Hammer falls on JSH's foot, Pell's Equation factoring solution is crap**,*David R Tribble***Re: Hammer falls on JSH's foot, Pell's Equation factoring solution is crap**,*Mensanator***Re: Hammer falls on JSH's foot, Pell's Equation factoring solution is crap**,*Lits O'Hate***Re: Hammer falls on JSH's foot, Pell's Equation factoring solution is crap**,*Mensanator*

**Re: Hammer falls on JSH's foot, Pell's Equation factoring solution is crap**,*Tim Smith***Re: Hammer falls on JSH's foot, Pell's Equation factoring solution is crap**,*Tim Peters***Re: Hammer falls on JSH's foot, Pell's Equation factoring solution is crap**,*rossum***Re: Hammer falls on JSH's foot, Pell's Equation factoring solution is crap**,*mike3***Re: Hammer falls on JSH's foot, Pell's Equation factoring solution is crap**,*Tim Peters***Re: Hammer falls on JSH's foot, Pell's Equation factoring solution is crap**,*mike3***Re: Hammer falls on JSH's foot, Pell's Equation factoring solution is crap**,*Tim Peters***Re: Hammer falls on JSH's foot, Pell's Equation factoring solution is crap**,*mike3*

**please clarify me here..**,*Nimo***Re: please clarify me here..**,*Robert Israel***Re: please clarify me here..**,*Tim Little*

**Discussion from Ask-An-Algebraist**,*John R. Martin***Re: Discussion from Ask-An-Algebraist**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Discussion from Ask-An-Algebraist**,*Arturo Magidin*

**Re: Discussion from Ask-An-Algebraist**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Discussion from Ask-An-Algebraist**,*Bill Dubuque*

**A speculation about polynomial sequences and primes**,*Dick***average = ???**,*amy666***Re: average = ???**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: average = ???**,*amy666*

**Re: average = ???**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: average = ???**,*W^3***Re: average = ???**,*amy666*

**Re: average = ???**,*David C . Ullrich*

**HOT!!paypal *** Shox (***)(www.fjrjtrade.com)**,*zhyss1011***Re: #294 Chapter 10; Lwal, can the standard Reals have a FrontView plus BackView?; new book 2nd edition: New True Mathematics**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Emergency**,*Don Stockbauer***Re: Emergency**,*Don Stockbauer*

**Re: Test run results**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Yet another Euclidean geometry problem**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: Yet another Euclidean geometry problem**,*beeworks***Re: Yet another Euclidean geometry problem**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: Yet another Euclidean geometry problem**,*José Carlos Santos*

**FREE SHIPPING!PAYPAL!HOT SELL !2009 newest style,Baseball Jersey,Baseball Jerseys,USA Baseball Jersey,young Baseball Jersey,adult Baseball Jersey**,*zhyss1011***Question on matrix analysis**,*Andreas***Re: Question on matrix analysis**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: Question on matrix analysis**,*Andreas***Re: Question on matrix analysis**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: Question on matrix analysis**,*Andreas*

**Which is your favorite Integral Transform ?**,*Nimo***does anybody recognize this number?**,*frgn***Convergence**,*Linear1983***Re: Convergence**,*Tim Little*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Convergence**,*Linear1983***Re: Convergence**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Convergence**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: Convergence**,*Michael Press***Re: Convergence**,*Dave L. Renfro*

**Re: Convergence**,*Ken Pledger***Re: Convergence**,*Michael Press*

**Question about parameter estimation by using RLS with quantization error**,*hhwolf76***Re: Godel Incompleteness Theorem**,*MoeBlee***Re: Godel Incompleteness Theorem**,*MoeBlee***Re: Godel Incompleteness Theorem**,*Jesse F. Hughes*

- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Godel Incompleteness Theorem**,*barr barrett***Re: Godel Incompleteness Theorem**,*Aatu Koskensilta*

**Re: Godel Incompleteness Theorem**,*barry barrett***Re: Godel Incompleteness Theorem**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: Godel Incompleteness Theorem**,*barry barrett***Re: Godel Incompleteness Theorem**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: Godel Incompleteness Theorem**,*barry barrett***Re: Godel Incompleteness Theorem**,*MoeBlee***Re: Godel Incompleteness Theorem**,*barry barrett***Re: Godel Incompleteness Theorem**,*barry barrett***Re: Godel Incompleteness Theorem**,*MoeBlee***Re: Godel Incompleteness Theorem**,*barry barrett***Re: Godel Incompleteness Theorem**,*MoeBlee***Re: Godel Incompleteness Theorem**,*barry barrett***Re: Godel Incompleteness Theorem**,*MoeBlee***Re: Godel Incompleteness Theorem**,*barry barrett***Re: Godel Incompleteness Theorem**,*MoeBlee***Re: Godel Incompleteness Theorem**,*barry barrett***Re: Godel Incompleteness Theorem**,*MoeBlee***Re: Godel Incompleteness Theorem**,*barry barrett***Re: Godel Incompleteness Theorem**,*barry barrett***Re: Godel Incompleteness Theorem**,*barry barrett***Re: Godel Incompleteness Theorem**,*MoeBlee***Re: Godel Incompleteness Theorem**,*MoeBlee*

**the imaginary part of LambertW**,*sadoc***index of a subgroup**,*sanchopancho80***Re: index of a subgroup**,*Jack Schmidt***Re: index of a subgroup**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: index of a subgroup**,*sanchopancho80***Re: index of a subgroup**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: index of a subgroup**,*José Carlos Santos*

**principal value**,*sun***LambertW imaginary / real**,*sadoc*- <Possible follow-ups>
**LambertW imaginary / real**,*sadoc*

**LambertW**,*sadoc***Re: LambertW**,*Ioannis***Re: LambertW**,*sadoc***Re: LambertW**,*Ioannis*

**Re: LambertW**,*G. A. Edgar*

**tetration: another family of powerseries for fractional iteration**,*Gottfried Helms***Re: tetration: another family of powerseries for fractional iteration**,*Ioannis***Re: tetration: another family of powerseries for fractional iteration**,*Gottfried Helms***Re: tetration: another family of powerseries for fractional iteration**,*Gottfried Helms**Message not available***Re: tetration: another family of powerseries for fractional iteration**,*Ioannis***Re: tetration: another family of powerseries for fractional iteration**,*sheldon.levenstein@xxxxxxxxx***Re: tetration: another family of powerseries for fractional iteration**,*Ioannis***Re: tetration: another family of powerseries for fractional iteration**,*Gottfried Helms*

**Re: Shuttle launch tonight at 7:43 EDT**,*Don Stockbauer***Sigmoidal Function from [0, 1] to [0,1]?**,*John Delft***Re: Sigmoidal Function from [0, 1] to [0,1]?**,*rmillika***Re: Sigmoidal Function from [0, 1] to [0,1]?**,*Tim Little***Re: Sigmoidal Function from [0, 1] to [0,1]?**,*Wilf.Rosenbaum@xxxxxxxxx***Re: Sigmoidal Function from [0, 1] to [0,1]?**,*Michael Press***Re: Sigmoidal Function from [0, 1] to [0,1]?**,*John Delft***Re: Sigmoidal Function from [0, 1] to [0,1]?**,*Jon Slaughter*

**Student Doctor (Getting Solutions)**,*studentdoctor***Re: Student Doctor (Getting Solutions)**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: Student Doctor (Getting Solutions)**,*alejandra ortiz*

**Book on Analysis.**,*Nimo***Re: Book on Analysis.**,*Angus Rodgers***Re: Book on Analysis.**,*Zdislav V. Kovarik*

**SALE OFF BRAND sports SHOES & MLB jersey(*** & FREE SHIPPING)**,*zhyss1011***convergence in measure, show cf_n ---> cf**,*rabbits77***Re: The modern mathematical concept of infinity is ...**,*Dik T. Winter***Convergence of Infinite Product [1 sin (1/1)][2 sin (2/2)][3 sin (3/3)] ...**,*lwapner2***apparent blowup of Euler equations (fluid mechanics)**,*David Bernier***Interesting but Rare numbers**,*Alpha***Re: Interesting but Rare numbers**,*hagman*

**Prime Numbers of form 10^n+27**,*Alpha***Re: Prime Numbers of form 10^n+27**,*user923005***Re: Prime Numbers of form 10^n+27**,*user923005***Re: Prime Numbers of form 10^n+27**,*Virgil***Re: Prime Numbers of form 10^n+27**,*user923005*

**Re: Prime Numbers of form 10^n+27**,*Paul T***Re: Prime Numbers of form 10^n+27**,*Alpha***Re: Prime Numbers of form 10^n+27**,*Alpha***Re: Prime Numbers of form 10^n+27**,*pumpledumplekins***Re: Prime Numbers of form 10^n+27**,*temptony***Re: Prime Numbers of form 10^n+27**,*pumpledumplekins***Re: Prime Numbers of form 10^n+27**,*pubkeybreaker***Re: Prime Numbers of form 10^n+27**,*Robert Israel***Re: Prime Numbers of form 10^n+27**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: Prime Numbers of form 10^n+27**,*user923005***Re: Prime Numbers of form 10^n+27**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: Prime Numbers of form 10^n+27**,*Alpha*

**Limit question**,*RSimmons***Re: Limit question**,*Torsten Hennig***Re: Limit question**,*Torsten Hennig*

**Re: Limit question**,*David C. Ullrich*

**centroids of a finite set in a normed space**,*Hagen***Re: centroids of a finite set in a normed space**,*David C . Ullrich*

**example of a covering space**,*sanchopancho80***Re: example of a covering space**,*Butch Malahide***Re: example of a covering space**,*achille***Re: example of a covering space**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: example of a covering space**,*sanchopancho80***Re: example of a covering space**,*sanchopancho80***Re: example of a covering space**,*W. Dale Hall*

**Basis rep. of symmetric ,bilinear map after tensoring. How?**,*KMF***Neat way to save "your" money ?**,*imuaplease***Re: Test run results (was Re: JSH: Factoring solution test run, Fermat primes)**,*JSH***Pythagorean Quadruples in a 3d grid**,*dan73**Message not available***Re: Pythagorean Quadruples in a 3d grid**,*Gerry Myerson*

- <Possible follow-ups>
**Pythagorean Quadruples in a 3d grid**,*dan73*

**Powerset of a set is not its member**,*Victor Porton***Re: Powerset of a set is not its member**,*Tim Little*

**Hex KB - Klein bottle game**,*Mark Steere***Re: Rant about The Creator's Glory**,*KMF*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Rant about The Creator's Glory**,*KMF*

**Slightly OT: Does drinking alcohol effect long term ability to do good math?**,*rabbits77***PROOF THAT THE CONCEPT OF FINE ORDER IS THE SAME AS THE CONCEPT OF WELL ORDER, PLEASE READ! DON'T LET THE CAPS LOCK KEY SCARE YOU AWAY!**,*lundslaktare***What are binodal points ?**,*sttscitrans@xxxxxxxxx***Basic calculus problem - is this approach correct?**,*newbarker***Re: JSH: another one bites the dust**,*Boon***Re: JSH: another one bites the dust**,*Alan Morgan*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: JSH: another one bites the dust**,*Steve Dalton***Re: JSH: another one bites the dust**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: JSH: another one bites the dust**,*Jesse F. Hughes*

**Marginal density of normal+beta random variable**,*Richard Hofler***Re: Marginal density of normal+beta random variable**,*Stephen J. Herschkorn*

**Prescribed distance function**,*myforums . forums***Re: Prescribed distance function**,*A N Niel***Re: Prescribed distance function**,*myforums . forums***Re: Prescribed distance function**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Prescribed distance function**,*Kerrache***Re: Prescribed distance function**,*myforums . forums***Re: Prescribed distance function**,*achille***Re: Prescribed distance function**,*G. A. Edgar*

**Re: Prescribed distance function**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: Prescribed distance function**,*myforums . forums***Re: Prescribed distance function**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Prescribed distance function**,*José Carlos Santos*

**About confidence intervals**,*Dani Camps***Generation of cyclic functions**,*alainverghote@xxxxxxxxx***Re: Generation of cyclic functions**,*hagman***Re: Generation of cyclic functions**,*alainverghote@xxxxxxxxx*

**New mathematics / physical sciences positions at http://jobs.phds.org, Mar 16, 2009**,*PhDs . org***why tensor ? why not vectors in 100 words.**,*Nimo***Re: why tensor ? why not vectors in 100 words.**,*Don Stockbauer***Re: why tensor ? why not vectors in 100 words.**,*Michael Stemper*

**Re: why tensor ? why not vectors in 100 words.**,*achille***Re: why tensor ? why not vectors in 100 words.**,*J. B. Wood***Re: why tensor ? why not vectors in 100 words.**,*Ian Gay*

**Proving that these roots are real**,*Albert***Re: Proving that these roots are real**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: Proving that these roots are real**,*Don Stockbauer***Re: Proving that these roots are real**,*Philippe 92***Re: Proving that these roots are real**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: Proving that these roots are real**,*Philippe 92*

**Re: Proving that these roots are real**,*hagman*

**Tips on visualizing algebraic curves and algebraic varieties**,*Jose Capco***Projecting 3D coplanar points to 2D**,*Hoss*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Projecting 3D coplanar points to 2D**,*achille*

**Re: JSH: Closing moments on first part of saga. Groundhog Day**,*KMF***Multiplication and convolution question**,*Maduranga Liyanage***Re: Multiplication and convolution question**,*Ray Vickson*

**Life sucks with underneath plan ?**,*imuaplease***dependent and independent events in probability**,*conrad***Re: dependent and independent events in probability**,*Robert Israel*

**Monte Carlo simulation of a distribution with unknown scaling constant.**,*smart**Message not available*

**Re: JSH: Factoring solution test run, Fermat primes**,*Gib Bogle***funny equation ?**,*amy666***Re: funny equation ?**,*What Happened, indeed***Re: funny equation ?**,*amy666*

**Re: funny equation ?**,*amy666*

**iteration equation**,*amy666***Re: iteration equation**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: iteration equation**,*amy666***Re: iteration equation**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: iteration equation**,*What Happened, indeed***Re: iteration equation**,*Dmishin***Re: iteration equation**,*alainverghote@xxxxxxxxx***Re: iteration equation**,*Robert Israel***Re: iteration equation**,*amy666***Re: iteration equation**,*amy666***Re: iteration equation**,*amy666***Re: iteration equation**,*amy666***Re: iteration equation**,*Robert Israel***Re: iteration equation ( where do we start ?? )**,*amy666***Re: iteration equation ( avoid half iterate !!! )**,*amy666***Re: iteration equation ( avoid half iterate !!! )**,*amy666***Re: iteration equation ( avoid half iterate !!! )**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: iteration equation ( avoid half iterate !!! )**,*amy666***Re: iteration equation ( avoid half iterate !!! )**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez*

**Re: iteration equation**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: iteration equation**,*amy666***Re: iteration equation**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: iteration equation**,*amy666*

**how to find z-values for a "stick-out" statistic?**,*John Nagelson***Re: how to find z-values for a "stick-out" statistic?**,*John Nagelson***Re: how to find z-values for a "stick-out" statistic?**,*David Bernier***Re: how to find z-values for a "stick-out" statistic?**,*John Nagelson*

**convex polyhedron**,*edzioweb***Re: convex polyhedron**,*gudi***Re: convex polyhedron**,*edzioweb***Re: convex polyhedron**,*hagman***Re: convex polyhedron**,*edzioweb*

**Lebesgue Measure exercise**,*Johnnie***Unbounded function**,*dark.sorrow.mystery@xxxxxxxxx***Re: Unbounded function**,*A N Niel***Re: Unbounded function**,*A N Niel***Re: Unbounded function**,*Virgil*

**Re: Unbounded function**,*W^3*

**JSH: Remember the goal**,*JSH***Re: Remember the goal**,*Dirk Van de moortel***Re: JSH: Remember the goal**,*marcus_bruckner***Re: JSH: Remember the goal**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: JSH: Remember the goal**,*marcus_bruckner*

**Re: JSH: Remember the goal**,*Jens Stueckelberger***Re: JSH: Remember the goal**,*Gib Bogle***Re: JSH: Remember the goal**,*amzoti***Re: JSH: Remember the goal**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Remember the goal**,*Haword***Re: JSH: Remember the goal**,*fishfry*

**Interesting system of ODE, application in physics?**,*atanas1234***Geometric series problem (2)**,*charlescalculus_robertobaggio***Re: Geometric series problem (2)**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Geometric series problem (2)**,*Tonicopm*

**Geometric series problem (1)**,*charlescalculus_robertobaggio***Re: Geometric series problem (1)**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: Geometric series problem (1)**,*Tonicopm***Re: Geometric series problem (1)**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: Geometric series problem (1)**,*charlescalculus_robertobaggio***Re: Geometric series problem (1)**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: Geometric series problem (1)**,*charlescalculus_robertobaggio***Re: Geometric series problem (1)**,*José Carlos Santos*

**Goto[ne] and Label[ne] in PARI**,*Zak Seidov***Values of d in AP 11+210*d*i, i=0..10, with 11 primes.**,*Zak Seidov***The binomial transform that is related to Collatz 3n+1.**,*dan73***Pi Reward?!**,*David W . Cantrell***Re: Pi Reward?!**,*lwalke3***Re: Pi Reward?!**,*Ken Pledger***Re: Pi Reward?!**,*Phil Carmody***Re: Pi Reward?!**,*Ludovicus*

**Re: Pi Reward?!**,*user923005*

**Re: Hammer is not working (was Re: JSH: So what's your explanation?)**,*Tim Little***Did I Do This Wrong?**,*Bluuuue Rajah***Re: Did I Do This Wrong?**,*achille*

**Growth Process Governed by dP/dt = kP^2 ?**,*lwapner2***Re: Growth Process Governed by dP/dt = kP^2 ?**,*[Mr.] Lynn Kurtz***Re: Growth Process Governed by dP/dt = kP^2 ?**,*lwapner2***Re: Growth Process Governed by dP/dt = kP^2 ?**,*achille***Re: Growth Process Governed by dP/dt = kP^2 ?**,*lwapner2***Re: Growth Process Governed by dP/dt = kP^2 ?**,*[Mr.] Lynn Kurtz*

**Re: "Eppur si muove" - Debunking Einstein's postulate about the invariance of the speed of light**,*amy666***Pi Day Question**,*Leroy Quet***Re: Pi Day Question**,*G. A. Edgar***Re: Pi Day Question**,*OwlHoot*

**Re: Pi Day Question**,*gerry***Re: Pi Day Question**,*William Elliot*

**happy pi day !!!**,*amy666***Re: happy pi day !!!**,*Ioannis***Re: happy pi day !!!**,*amy666*

**Re: happy pi day !!!**,*lwalke3***Re: happy pi day !!!**,*fishfry*

**operation on homtopy groups**,*sanchopancho80***Re: operation on homtopy groups**,*James Dolan***Re: operation on homtopy groups**,*W. Dale Hall*

**Ratio of area of Pentagon to inner Pentagon**,*Alpha***Small help required for PARI function**,*Alpha*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Small help required for PARI function**,*Alpha***Re: Small help required for PARI function**,*Raymond Manzoni*

**Re: JSH: Closing moments on first part of saga**,*KMF***Re: JSH: Closing moments on first part of saga**,*Gib Bogle*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: JSH: Closing moments on first part of saga**,*KMF***Re: JSH: Closing moments on first part of saga**,*Gauss Euler***Re: JSH: Closing moments on first part of saga**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: JSH: Closing moments on first part of saga**,*Boon***Re: JSH: Closing moments on first part of saga**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: JSH: Closing moments on first part of saga**,*Jesse F. Hughes*

**A 2-D Version of Fermat's Little Theorem**,*Darrell Cox***Re: A 2-D Version of Fermat's Little Theorem**,*amy666***Re: A 2-D Version of Fermat's Little Theorem**,*Darrell Cox*

**Solutions of the classical wave equation on Moebius Strip**,*sg1***Error-correcting, 7/11**,*Kazar***Re: Error-correcting, 7/11**,*achille*

**Christian Louboutin Shoes,Dolce & Gabbana Shoes,Gucci Shoes,Prada shoes and Chanel shoes**,*mingqingqimqq***Sequence**,*dark.sorrow.mystery@xxxxxxxxx***Re: Sequence**,*Raymond Manzoni***Re: Sequence**,*Gc***Re: Sequence**,*Gc***Re: Sequence**,*Gc***Re: Sequence**,*dark.sorrow.mystery@xxxxxxxxx***Re: Sequence**,*Michael Press*

**Re: 3^m + 1 = 10^n**,*Roman B. Binder***3^m + 1 = 10^n**,*William Elliot***Re: 3^m + 1 = 10^n**,*Jonathan Groves***Re: 3^m + 1 = 10^n**,*William Elliot***Re: 3^m + 1 = 10^n**,*pumpledumplekins***Re: 3^m + 1 = 10^n**,*Robert Israel***Re: 3^m + 1 = 10^n**,*William Elliot***Re: 3^m + 1 = 10^n**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: 3^m + 1 = 10^n**,*Jonathan Groves***Re: 3^m + 1 = 10^n**,*William Elliot*

**squares with given sum of digits**,*Zak Seidov***Visualizing Variance and Covariance**,*LordBeotian***Solutions manual and test bank**,*ebooksmtb*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Solutions Manual and Test Bank**,*ebooksmtb*

**Buy cheap fluoxetine | No Prescription | ONLINE**,*uxgrangerleachate***Buy cheap diflucan | No Prescription | ONLINE**,*ntsimmscaroline@xxxxxxxxx***Buy cheap carisoprodol | No Prescription | ONLINE**,*ntsimmscaroline***Closest approach on a sphere**,*Rene***The Origin of a Sequence**,*leon street***A Little Generalization Of Fermat's Little Theorem**,*Leroy Quet***Convergence of an integral**,*Jean Pierre MERX***Re: Convergence of an integral**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: Convergence of an integral**,*José Carlos Santos*

**Re: Convergence of an integral**,*W^3*

**mathematical proof that people are irrational**,*bunsteinjoplin***Re: mathematical proof that people are irrational**,*Mensanator***Re: mathematical proof that people are irrational**,*[Mr.] Lynn Kurtz*

**Re: mathematical proof that people are irrational**,*Tim Little***Re: mathematical proof that people are irrational**,*Jon Slaughter***Re: mathematical proof that people are irrational**,*Mike Terry***Re: mathematical proof that people are irrational**,*mike3***Re: mathematical proof that people are irrational**,*zzbunker@xxxxxxxxxxxx*

**covering spaces and bundles**,*sanchopancho80***Re: covering spaces and bundles**,*James Dolan***Re: covering spaces and bundles**,*James Dolan*

**Solving f( f(x)/(1+ f(x)) ) = x/(1 -x)**,*alainverghote@xxxxxxxxx***Re: Solving f( f(x)/(1+ f(x)) ) = x/(1 -x)**,*G. A. Edgar***Re: Solving f( f(x)/(1+ f(x)) ) = x/(1 -x)**,*Angus Rodgers***Re: Solving f( f(x)/(1+ f(x)) ) = x/(1 -x)**,*Robert Israel***Re: Solving f( f(x)/(1+ f(x)) ) = x/(1 -x)**,*alainverghote@xxxxxxxxx*

**n is much larger than m?**,*Jong-Hoon Kim***Re: n is much larger than m?**,*Michael Stemper***Re: n is much larger than m?**,*Ray Vickson***Re: n is much larger than m?**,*Mensanator*

**n is much larger than m**,*Jong-Hoon Kim***Re: n is much larger than m**,*Tim Little***Re: n is much larger than m**,*Dik T. Winter***Re: n is much larger than m**,*William Elliot*

**Re: n is much larger than m**,*William Elliot***Re: n is much larger than m**,*Arnold*

**search engine for math?**,*Ted Shoemaker***Re: search engine for math?**,*Leroy Quet*

**Re: Quantitative finance book**,*kristian8***Re: Quantitative finance book**,*achille***Re: Quantitative finance book**,*David Bernier*

**a useless but interesting series**,*Lethe***Genus of a human body**,*mynameisrabbit***Re: Genus of a human body**,*achille*

**Question on series**,*Adam Daldry***Re: Question on series**,*José Carlos Santos*

**Is there any quick way to calculate this series?**,*Chris***Can Pell's equation be used _at all_ to factor?**,*mike3***Re: Aether as time sustaining every physical element**,*victor_meldrew_666@xxxxxxxxxxx***Test Bank, Solutions Manual Collection 2009**,*Student.plus(At)Hotmail(Dot)Com***question regarding e and solving for two equations**,*jimbo***New OS Release!! WinDoze(tm) Magizia(c) 2009 ~ HyperTurbo Hacker Edition**,*magizian***Re: Factoring problem solved, remaining issues resolved**,*MichaelW*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Factoring problem solved, remaining issues resolved**,*Tim Little***Re: Factoring problem solved, remaining issues resolved**,*Gib Bogle***Re: Factoring problem solved, remaining issues resolved**,*Tim Little***Re: Factoring problem solved, remaining issues resolved**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: Factoring problem solved, remaining issues resolved**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: Factoring problem solved, remaining issues resolved**,*Jesse F. Hughes*

**JSH: Critical year**,*JSH***Re: Critical year**,*Hoofington P. McSnort***Re: JSH: Critical year**,*Boon***Re: JSH: Critical year**,*MichaelW*

**Re: JSH: Critical year**,*Jens Stueckelberger***Re: JSH: Critical year**,*KMF***Re: JSH: Critical year**,*dogma***Re: JSH: Critical year**,*Tim Peters***Re: JSH: Critical year**,*Tim Smith*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: JSH: Critical year**,*Mensanator***Re: JSH: Critical year**,*Mensanator***Re: JSH: Critical year**,*mike3***Re: JSH: Critical year**,*Tim Little***Re: JSH: Critical year**,*KMF***Re: JSH: Critical year**,*KMF***Re: JSH: Critical year**,*Lits O'Hate*

**Re: JSH: Critical year**,*mike3*

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**Re: Infinite odds**,*victor_meldrew_666@xxxxxxxxxxx*

**Re: Comprehensive Solution Manual for Textbooks**,*qbooks4sale***Re: Comprehensive Solution Manual for Textbooks**,*qbooks4sale***Re: Comprehensive Solution Manual for Textbooks**,*qbooks4sale***Re: Comprehensive Solution Manual for Textbooks**,*qbooks4sale***Re: Comprehensive Solution Manual for Textbooks**,*qbooks4sale***Re: Comprehensive Solution Manual for Textbooks**,*qbooks4sale***Re: Comprehensive Solution Manual for Textbooks**,*qbooks4sale***Re: Comprehensive Solution Manual for Textbooks**,*qbooks4sale***Re: Comprehensive Solution Manual for Textbooks**,*qbooks4sale*

**Question about Fractional iteration**,*mike3***Re: Question about Fractional iteration**,*Robert Israel***Re: Question about Fractional iteration**,*mike3***Re: Question about Fractional iteration**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Question about Fractional iteration**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Question about Fractional iteration**,*Ioannis***Re: Question about Fractional iteration**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Question about Fractional iteration**,*Ioannis***Re: Question about Fractional iteration**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Question about Fractional iteration**,*Ioannis***Re: Question about Fractional iteration**,*mike3***Re: Question about Fractional iteration**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez*

**Re: Question about Fractional iteration**,*amy666***Re: Question about Fractional iteration**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Question about Fractional iteration**,*mike3***Re: Question about Fractional iteration**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Question about Fractional iteration**,*mike3***Re: Question about Fractional iteration**,*amy666***Re: Question about Fractional iteration**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Question about Fractional iteration**,*amy666***Re: Question about Fractional iteration**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Question about Fractional iteration**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez*

**significant digits**,*Mensanator***Re: significant digits**,*Virgil***Re: significant digits**,*Ken Pledger***Re: significant digits**,*Mensanator***Re: significant digits**,*A N Niel***Re: significant digits**,*beeworks*

**Re: how to show that this weird function is "well defined" ?**,*Dave L. Renfro***learning classifiers from unlabeled data**,*goodjeff***Name of isomorphism Pic(X) --> Cl(X)**,*Galois***Twelve Proofs that Muhammad is a True Prophet**,*nasser1987@xxxxxxxxx***Re: Twelve Proofs that Muhammad is a True Prophet**,*curious george***Re: Twelve Proofs that Muhammad is a True Prophet**,*Jens Stueckelberger*

**Beginner question - applied**,*S. Hurley*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Beginner question - applied**,*S. Hurley***Re: Beginner question - applied**,*Robert Israel*

**cheap sell jordan shoes air jordan shoes air max shoes, nike shoes,ugg shoes,jordan shoes,handbag,jeans,shox shoes at www.forsale-trainer-apparel.com**,*lufp***Re: JSH: Not Worthy to Post here**,*amzoti***Integer test for perfect square**,*jimward2***Re: Integer test for perfect square**,*Jack Schmidt***Re: Integer test for perfect square**,*jimward2***Re: Integer test for perfect square**,*bert***Re: Integer test for perfect square**,*riderofgiraffes***Re: Integer test for perfect square**,*Tim Smith***Re: Integer test for perfect square**,*bert***Re: Integer test for perfect square**,*Herman Rubin***Re: Integer test for perfect square**,*Jack Schmidt***Re: Integer test for perfect square**,*jimward2***Re: Integer test for perfect square**,*riderofgiraffes***Re: Integer test for perfect square**,*riderofgiraffes***Re: Integer test for perfect square**,*jimward2***Re: Integer test for perfect square**,*Jack Schmidt***Re: Integer test for perfect square**,*curious george***Re: Integer test for perfect square**,*bert***Re: Integer test for perfect square**,*Mensanator*

**Re: Integer test for perfect square**,*Bill Dubuque*

**Re: Integer test for perfect square**,*jillbones***Re: Integer test for perfect square**,*Robert Israel***Re: Integer test for perfect square**,*Michael Stemper*

**Unique limits**,*William Elliot***Re: Unique limits**,*Torsten Hennig***Re: Unique limits**,*William Elliot***Re: Unique limits**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: Unique limits**,*William Elliot*

**Re: Unique limits**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: Unique limits**,*David C . Ullrich*

**Optimal Path (Minimal Time) Question**,*lwapner2***Re: Optimal Path (Minimal Time) Question**,*Tim Little***Re: Optimal Path (Minimal Time) Question**,*Martin Frisch*

**Re: JSH: r(v), s(v) and t(v)**,*Boon***Q on Rogers' Theory of Recursive Functions...**,*Frederick Williams***Re: Q on Rogers' Theory of Recursive Functions...**,*Michael Press*

**Re: Good diff EQ book for dummy?**,*Frederick Williams***Other result on asymptotics**,*RSimmons***Re: Other result on asymptotics**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: Other result on asymptotics**,*W^3***Re: Other result on asymptotics**,*José Carlos Santos*

**Convergence of series**,*kelvSYC***Re: Convergence of series**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: Convergence of series**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Convergence of series**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez*

**Re: Convergence of series**,*David C . Ullrich*

**Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*lwalke3***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*Denis Feldmann***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*lwalke3***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*Denis Feldmann***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*victor_meldrew_666@xxxxxxxxxxx***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*Jesse F. Hughes*

**Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*Michael Press*

**Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*lwalke3***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*amy666***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*lwalke3***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*MoeBlee***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*lwalke3***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*lwalke3***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*lwalke3***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*lwalke3***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*lwalke3***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*Tim Little***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*MoeBlee***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*amy666***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*lwalke3***0.999999**,*amy666***Re: 0.999999**,*JEMebius***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*lwalke3***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*amy666***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*MoeBlee*

**Where can I find the proof of the non-existence of integral form solution of Riccati Equations by?**,*Ok***Re: Where can I find the proof of the non-existence of integral form solution of Riccati Equations by?**,*G. A. Edgar*

**Is a non-decreasing function necessarily continuous?**,*rabbits77***Re: Is a non-decreasing function necessarily continuous?**,*W^3***Re: Is a non-decreasing function necessarily continuous?**,*Ray Vickson***Re: Is a non-decreasing function necessarily continuous?**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Is a non-decreasing function necessarily continuous?**,*rabbits77***Re: Is a non-decreasing function necessarily continuous?**,*Robert Israel***Re: Is a non-decreasing function necessarily continuous?**,*rabbits77***Re: Is a non-decreasing function necessarily continuous?**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: Is a non-decreasing function necessarily continuous?**,*rabbits77***Re: Is a non-decreasing function necessarily continuous?**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: Is a non-decreasing function necessarily continuous?**,*A N Niel***Re: Is a non-decreasing function necessarily continuous?**,*rabbits77***Re: Is a non-decreasing function necessarily continuous?**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: Is a non-decreasing function necessarily continuous?**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: Is a non-decreasing function necessarily continuous?**,*rabbits77***Re: Is a non-decreasing function necessarily continuous?**,*Virgil***Re: Is a non-decreasing function necessarily continuous?**,*Dave L. Renfro*

**Re: Is a non-decreasing function necessarily continuous?**,*G. A. Edgar***Re: Is a non-decreasing function necessarily continuous?**,*riderofgiraffes*

**Finite group acting freely on S^1**,*Steve Dalton***Re: Finite group acting freely on S^1**,*robert1975***Re: Finite group acting freely on S^1**,*Steve Dalton*

**Re: Finite group acting freely on S^1**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Finite group acting freely on S^1**,*Steve Dalton***Re: Finite group acting freely on S^1**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez*

**Download useful books for free!**,*wang wei*- <Possible follow-ups>
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**Huntington's problem -- uniquely complemented lattices**,*Daniel J. Greenhoe***Re: Huntington's problem -- uniquely complemented lattices**,*Daniel J. Greenhoe***Re: Huntington's problem -- uniquely complemented lattices**,*Daniel J. Greenhoe*

**Fourier Analysis book, the more functional analysis approach**,*G Patel***Functions and Topology**,*PiMan255***Re: Functions and Topology**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Functions and Topology**,*hagman*

**Lower Bounds**,*Linear1983***Re: Lower Bounds**,*A N Niel*

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**Re: What is the angle of a circular arc?**,*Michael Stemper*- <Possible follow-ups>
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**Closed Sets**,*John***Re: Closed Sets**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: Closed Sets**,*Zdislav V. Kovarik***Re: Closed Sets**,*David C . Ullrich*

**Banach-Mazur distance**,*TCL***Complex analysis: terminology: "valency" (but not quite)**,*Angus Rodgers***Re: Complex analysis: terminology: "valency" (but not quite)**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Complex analysis: terminology: "valency" (but not quite)**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Complex analysis: terminology: "valency" (but not quite)**,*Angus Rodgers***Re: Complex analysis: terminology: "valency" (but not quite)**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Complex analysis: terminology: "valency" (but not quite)**,*Angus Rodgers***Re: Complex analysis: terminology: "valency" (but not quite)**,*A N Niel***Re: Complex analysis: terminology: "valency" (but not quite)**,*Angus Rodgers***Re: Complex analysis: terminology: "valency" (but not quite)**,*Angus Rodgers*

**Orientation of Jordan Curves on Manifolds and Diffeomorphisms.**,*jewsforjesusalou***Re: Orientation of Jordan Curves on Manifolds and Diffeomorphisms.**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Orientation of Jordan Curves on Manifolds and Diffeomorphisms.**,*jewsforjesusalou*

**Re: Orientation of Jordan Curves on Manifolds and Diffeomorphisms.**,*jewsforjesusalou***Re: Orientation of Jordan Curves on Manifolds and Diffeomorphisms.**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Orientation of Jordan Curves on Manifolds and Diffeomorphisms.**,*jewsforjesusalou***Re: Orientation of Jordan Curves on Manifolds and Diffeomorphisms.**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez*

**Re: gradient = tan theta when theta is obtuse-**,*JEMebius***Why is "directed" and "filtered"?**,*SCU_THINKER***Re: Why is "directed" and "filtered"?**,*William Elliot***Re: Why is "directed" and "filtered"?**,*A N Niel***Re: Why is "directed" and "filtered"?**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez*

**Re: Why is "directed" and "filtered"?**,*Dave L. Renfro*

**Re: The four color problem gets a sharp new hue**,*amy666***Re: The four color problem gets a sharp new hue**,*Denis Feldmann*

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**Re: .9 repeating**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: .9 repeating**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: .9 repeating**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: .9 repeating**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: .9 repeating**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: .9 repeating**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: .9 repeating**,*lwalke3***Re: .9 repeating**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: .9 repeating**,*Tim Little***Re: .9 repeating**,*David R Tribble***Re: .9 repeating**,*Tim Little***Re: .9 repeating**,*Brian Chandler*

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**Re: .9 repeating**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: .9 repeating**,*lwalke3***Re: .9 repeating**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: .9 repeating**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: .9 repeating**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: .9 repeating**,*Jesse F. Hughes***excessive charity or those who have "new ideas" Re: .9 repeating**,*plutonium . archimedes***Re: excessive charity or those who have "new ideas" Re: .9 repeating**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: excessive charity or those who have "new ideas" Re: .9 repeating**,*MoeBlee***Re: .9 repeating**,*lwalke3***Re: .9 repeating**,*Jesse F. Hughes*

**Re: .9 repeating**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: .9 repeating**,*Tim Little***Re: .9 repeating**,*lwalke3***Re: .9 repeating**,*Tim Little***Re: .9 repeating**,*David C . Ullrich*

**Re: .9 repeating**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: .9 repeating**,*lwalke3***Re: .9 repeating**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: .9 repeating**,*lwalke3***Re: .9 repeating**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Jesse Hughes does not belong in sci.math, and filtering of who you talk to Re: .9 repeating**,*plutonium . archimedes***Re: Jesse Hughes does not belong in sci.math, and filtering of who you talk to Re: .9 repeating**,*lwalke3***new-idears Re: .9 repeating**,*plutonium . archimedes***Re: new-idears Re: .9 repeating**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: new-idears Re: .9 repeating**,*Dik T. Winter***Re: new-idears Re: .9 repeating**,*Bart Goddard***Re: new-idears Re: .9 repeating**,*Anon***Re: Jesse Hughes does not belong in sci.math, and filtering of who you talk to Re: .9 repeating**,*cbrown@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx***Re: Jesse Hughes does not belong in sci.math, and filtering of who you talk to Re: .9 repeating**,*lwalke3***Re: Jesse Hughes does not belong in sci.math, and filtering of who you talk to Re: .9 repeating**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: Jesse Hughes does not belong in sci.math, and filtering of who you talk to Re: .9 repeating**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: Jesse Hughes does not belong in sci.math, and filtering of who you talk to Re: .9 repeating**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: Jesse Hughes does not belong in sci.math, and filtering of who you talk to Re: .9 repeating**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: Jesse Hughes does not belong in sci.math, and filtering of who you talk to Re: .9 repeating**,*Phil Carmody***Re: Jesse Hughes does not belong in sci.math, and filtering of who you talk to Re: .9 repeating**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: Jesse Hughes does not belong in sci.math, and filtering of who**,*Dik T. Winter***Re: Jesse Hughes does not belong in sci.math, and filtering of who you talk to Re: .9 repeating**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: .9 repeating**,*Dik T. Winter***Re: .9 repeating**,*Jesse F. Hughes*

**Re: .9 repeating**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: .9 repeating**,*lwalke3***Re: .9 repeating**,*Jesse F. Hughes**Message not available***Re: .9 repeating**,*Jesse F. Hughes**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available***Re: .9 repeating**,*cbrown@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx***Re: .9 repeating**,*lwalke3*

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**Re: .9 repeating**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: .9 repeating**,*Richard Tobin***Re: .9 repeating**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: .9 repeating**,*Jesse F. Hughes*

**Re: .9 repeating**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: .9 repeating**,*lwalke3***Re: .9 repeating**,*Jesse F. Hughes*

**Re: .9 repeating**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: .9 repeating**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: .9 repeating**,*Jesse F. Hughes*

**Re: .9 repeating**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: .9 repeating**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: .9 repeating**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: .9 repeating**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: .9 repeating**,*Ken Quirici***Re: .9 repeating**,*Jesse F. Hughes*

**Re: .9 repeating**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: .9 repeating**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: .9 repeating**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: .9 repeating**,*Jesse F. Hughes*

**Re: grad (dot) f = f (dot) grad ??**,*Nimo*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: grad (dot) f = f (dot) grad ??**,*Ray Vickson***Re: grad (dot) f = f (dot) grad ??**,*G. A. Edgar***Re: grad (dot) f = f (dot) grad ??**,*Nimo***Re: grad (dot) f = f (dot) grad ??**,*[Mr.] Lynn Kurtz***Re: grad (dot) f = f (dot) grad ??**,*Nimo*

**Is this a more powerful euclidean axiom?**,*Ludovicus***Re: Is this a more powerful euclidean axiom?**,*victor_meldrew_666@xxxxxxxxxxx***Re: Is this a more powerful euclidean axiom?**,*Rainer Rosenthal***Re: Is this a more powerful euclidean axiom?**,*fishfry***Re: Is this a more powerful euclidean axiom?**,*Angus Rodgers***Re: Is this a more powerful euclidean axiom?**,*Rainer Rosenthal*

**Re: Is this a more powerful euclidean axiom?**,*Angus Rodgers***Re: Is this a more powerful euclidean axiom?**,*Dave***Re: Is this a more powerful euclidean axiom?**,*erlandgadde***Re: Is this a more powerful euclidean axiom?-**,*JEMebius***Re: Is this a more powerful euclidean axiom?**,*Christopher Henrich*

**What is Bucky Fuller's 4-D?**,*Clifford Nelson***Re: What is Bucky Fuller's 4-D?**,*victor_meldrew_666@xxxxxxxxxxx*

**Fourier Transform of Green's function in the plane?**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Fourier Transform of Green's function in the plane?**,*victor_meldrew_666@xxxxxxxxxxx***Re: Fourier Transform of Green's function in the plane?**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Fourier Transform of Green's function in the plane?**,*victor_meldrew_666@xxxxxxxxxxx***Re: Fourier Transform of Green's function in the plane?**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Fourier Transform of Green's function in the plane?**,*David C . Ullrich*

**Re: Fourier Transform of Green's function in the plane?**,*victor_meldrew_666@xxxxxxxxxxx***Re: Fourier Transform of Green's function in the plane?**,*David C . Ullrich*

**Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*Tonicopm***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*Virgil***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*Tonicopm***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*Dik T. Winter***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*Tonicopm***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*Han de Bruijn*

**Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*Virgil***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*Virgil***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*David C . Ullrich*

**Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*Jon Slaughter***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*quasi***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*Jon Slaughter***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*Dave Seaman**Message not available***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*Dave Seaman***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*Jon Slaughter***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*Dave Seaman***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*Arturo Magidin**Message not available***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*David C . Ullrich*

**Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*erlandgadde***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*Angus Rodgers***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*Achava Nakhash, the Loving Snake***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*Angus Rodgers***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*Achava Nakhash, the Loving Snake***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*Angus Rodgers***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*Achava Nakhash, the Loving Snake***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*Angus Rodgers***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*Michael Press*

**Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*Virgil***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*Kaba***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*Virgil***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*Christopher Henrich*

**Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*Victor Eijkhout***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*Tonicopm***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: Surely You're Joking, Mr. Ullrich !**,*Han de Bruijn*

**How to linearize this function?**,*bigwisdom7***Re: How to linearize this function?**,*Ray Vickson***Re: How to linearize this function?**,*Ray Vickson*

**Birkoff von newman theorm extension**,*arush***Re: Birkoff von newman theorm extension**,*Robert Israel***Re: Birkoff von newman theorm extension**,*arush***Re: Birkoff von newman theorm extension**,*Robert Israel***Re: Birkoff von newman theorm extension**,*arush*

**-- geometrical equivalence of sets of lines in R^2**,*quasi***Re: -- geometrical equivalence of sets of lines in R^2**,*Tim Little***Re: -- geometrical equivalence of sets of lines in R^2**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez*

**Is this a known method?**,*junoexpress***Re: Is this a known method?**,*William Elliot***Re: Is this a known method?**,*Junoexpress*

**Re: Is this a known method?**,*achille***Re: Is this a known method?**,*Junoexpress*

**Area zero question**,*kelvSYC***Re: Area zero question**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Area zero question**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: Area zero question**,*William Elliot***Re: Area zero question**,*fishfry*

**Re: JSH: Competency problem**,*KMF***exponential coditional expectation**,*ge . bellman***Re: exponential conditional expectation**,*Stephen J. Herschkorn***Re: exponential conditional expectation**,*ge . bellman***Re: exponential conditional expectation**,*Stephen J. Herschkorn*

**Re: exponential coditional expectation**,*G. A. Edgar***Re: exponential coditional expectation**,*Ray Vickson***Re: exponential coditional expectation**,*Stephen J. Herschkorn*

**group of order 726 necessarily simple**,*lite . on . beta***Re: group of order 726 necessarily simple**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: group of order 726 necessarily simple**,*lite . on . beta***Re: group of order 726 necessarily simple**,*lite . on . beta***Re: group of order 726 necessarily simple**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez*

**What about x^x**,*andrews***Re: What about x^x**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: What about x^x**,*Dave***Re: What about x^x**,*K S*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: What about x^x**,*Dave L. Renfro*

**Re: Some exercises in Lang's algebra**,*Arturo Magidin*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Some exercises in Lang's algebra**,*Timothy Murphy*

**More than one "zero"?**,*Phil Freedenberg***Re: More than one "zero"?**,*pubkeybreaker***Re: More than one "zero"?**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: More than one "zero"?**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: More than one "zero"?**,*Dave L. Renfro*

**Re: More than one "zero"?**,*Tim Little***Re: More than one "zero"?**,*Richard Tobin***Re: More than one "zero"?**,*Tim Little*

**Re: More than one "zero"?**,*William Elliot***Re: More than one "zero"?**,*sri***Re: More than one "zero"?**,*amy666***Re: More than one "zero"?**,*Denis Feldmann***Re: More than one "zero"?**,*amy666*

**Re: More than one "zero"?**,*Phil Freedenberg***More than one "zero"?**,*William Elliot***Re: More than one "zero"?**,*Dave Seaman***Re: More than one "zero"?**,*Tim Little*

**about bijection of a function**,*oercim***Re: about bijection of a function**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: about bijection of a function**,*scattered***Re: about bijection of a function**,*oercim***Re: about bijection of a function**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: about bijection of a function**,*oercim***Re: about bijection of a function**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: about bijection of a function**,*oercim***Re: about bijection of a function**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: about bijection of a function**,*oercim***Re: about bijection of a function**,*Arturo Magidin*

**article on arctangent formulas for pi**,*David Bernier***Re: article on arctangent formulas for pi**,*achille***Re: article on arctangent formulas for pi**,*David Bernier*

**ED hardy Shirts,Ed hardy Bikinis,Ed hardy shoes,Ed hardy belts - Discount**,*qixiaowang***Basic calculus: stuck on tangent to curve problem**,*newbarker***"Radiative Heat Transfer, 2nd ed." by M.F. Modest**,*bruno***Hyperbolic Only for (x^3 + Px + Q = 0)**,*Hyperbolic-Novice***Re: Hyperbolic Only for (x^3 + Px + Q = 0)**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: Hyperbolic Only for (x^3 + Px + Q = 0)**,*Hyperbolic-Novice*

**Re: Hyperbolic Only for (x^3 + Px + Q = 0)**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: Hyperbolic Only for (x^3 + Px + Q = 0)**,*Hyperbolic-Novice***Re: Hyperbolic Only for (x^3 + Px + Q = 0)**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: Hyperbolic Only for (x^3 + Px + Q = 0)**,*Hyperbolic-Novice***Re: Hyperbolic Only for (x^3 + Px + Q = 0)**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: Hyperbolic Only for (x^3 + Px + Q = 0)**,*Gerry***Re: Hyperbolic Only for (x^3 + Px + Q = 0)**,*Gerry***Re: Hyperbolic Only for (x^3 + Px + Q = 0)**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: Hyperbolic Only for (x^3 + Px + Q = 0)**,*Hyperbolic-Novice***Re: Hyperbolic Only for (x^3 + Px + Q = 0)**,*Hyperbolic-Novice***Re: Hyperbolic Only for (x^3 + Px + Q = 0)**,*Hyperbolic-Novice***Re: Hyperbolic Only for (x^3 + Px + Q = 0)**,*Gerry***Re: Hyperbolic Only for (x^3 + Px + Q = 0)**,*Hyperbolic-Novice***Re: Hyperbolic Only for (x^3 + Px + Q = 0)**,*Hyperbolic-Novice***Re: Hyperbolic Only for (x^3 + Px + Q = 0)**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: Hyperbolic Only for (x^3 + Px + Q = 0)**,*Hyperbolic-Novice*

**factoring integers**,*ferrat***Re: factoring integers**,*amzoti***Re: factoring integers**,*pubkeybreaker***Re: factoring integers**,*Phil Carmody***Re: factoring integers**,*pubkeybreaker***Re: factoring integers**,*Phil Carmody***Re: factoring integers**,*pubkeybreaker***Re: factoring integers**,*Mensanator***Re: factoring integers**,*pubkeybreaker***Re: factoring integers**,*Tim Smith*

- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: factoring integers**,*amzoti***Re: factoring integers**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: factoring integers**,*Tim Smith***Re: factoring integers**,*pubkeybreaker***Re: factoring integers**,*Phil Carmody*

**Difficulty following basic paper by Usiskin on non-transitive probabilities**,*pauldepstein***proof**,*KY***Root Finding Algorithm for Large Polynomials**,*hisach05***Re: Root Finding Algorithm for Large Polynomials**,*Torsten Hennig***Re: Root Finding Algorithm for Large Polynomials**,*kjetil***Re: Root Finding Algorithm for Large Polynomials**,*A N Niel***Re: Root Finding Algorithm for Large Polynomials**,*Torsten Hennig*

**Mathematician dont know what makes a mathematical statement true**,*byron***Re: Mathematician dont know what makes a mathematical statement true**,*Don Stockbauer***Re: Mathematician dont know what makes a mathematical statement true**,*byron***Re: Mathematician dont know what makes a mathematical statement true**,*Ludovicus***Re: Mathematician dont know what makes a mathematical statement true**,*amy666***Re: Mathematician dont know what makes a mathematical statement true**,*Don Stockbauer***Re: Mathematician dont know what makes a mathematical statement true**,*MoeBlee***Re: Mathematician dont know what makes a mathematical statement true**,*Don Stockbauer***Re: Mathematician dont know what makes a mathematical statement true**,*MoeBlee***Re: Mathematician dont know what makes a mathematical statement true**,*byron***Re: Mathematician dont know what makes a mathematical statement true**,*MoeBlee*

**Re: Mathematician dont know what makes a mathematical statement true**,*amy666*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Mathematician dont know what makes a mathematical statement true**,*Don Stockbauer*

**SVD of A^T A and covariance**,*Preben Holm***group theory (matrix subgroup isomorphic to dihedral)**,*Kenneth Bull***approximations of probability distributions with other distributions**,*erlandgadde***Download mathematics books for free!**,*wang wei***down load mathematics books(analysis)**,*wang wei***download mathmatics books**,*wang wei***Re: download mathmatics books**,*Christopher Henrich***Re: download mathmatics books**,*quasi***Re: download mathmatics books**,*johnjo***Re: download mathmatics books**,*Christopher Henrich***Re: download mathmatics books**,*Bill Dubuque*

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**Re: Help with mystery function**,*Stephen J. Herschkorn***Re: Help with mystery function**,*Virgil*

**Re: rules for submitting to a journal**,*Jonathan Groves*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: rules for submitting to a journal**,*Jonathan Groves***Re: rules for submitting to a journal**,*Jonathan Groves***Re: rules for submitting to a journal**,*Ioannis***Re: rules for submitting to a journal**,*Jonathan Groves***Re: rules for submitting to a journal**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: rules for submitting to a journal**,*Tim Little***Re: rules for submitting to a journal**,*Jonathan Groves*

**Re: rules for submitting to a journal**,*Gerry Myerson*

**Number of independent sets in a graph**,*djgalvin@xxxxxxxxx***f:R^m-->R^m , f cont. : invertibility, ontoness, 1-1 -ness.**,*KMF***Re: f:R^m-->R^m , f cont. : invertibility, ontoness, 1-1 -ness.**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: f:R^m-->R^m , f cont. : invertibility, ontoness, 1-1 -ness.**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: f:R^m-->R^m , f cont. : invertibility, ontoness, 1-1 -ness.**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: f:R^m-->R^m , f cont. : invertibility, ontoness, 1-1 -ness.**,*achille***Re: f:R^m-->R^m , f cont. : invertibility, ontoness, 1-1 -ness.**,*KMF***Re: f:R^m-->R^m , f cont. : invertibility, ontoness, 1-1 -ness.**,*Anthony DiTanna***Re: f:R^m-->R^m , f cont. : invertibility, ontoness, 1-1 -ness.**,*W^3***Re: f:R^m-->R^m , f cont. : invertibility, ontoness, 1-1 -ness.**,*Anthony DiTanna***Re: f:R^m-->R^m , f cont. : invertibility, ontoness, 1-1 -ness.**,*W^3***Re: f:R^m-->R^m , f cont. : invertibility, ontoness, 1-1 -ness.**,*KMF***Re: f:R^m-->R^m , f cont. : invertibility, ontoness, 1-1 -ness.**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: f:R^m-->R^m , f cont. : invertibility, ontoness, 1-1 -ness.**,*Arturo Magidin*

**Re: f:R^m-->R^m , f cont. : invertibility, ontoness, 1-1 -ness.**,*KMF***Re: f:R^m-->R^m , f cont. : invertibility, ontoness, 1-1 -ness.**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: f:R^m-->R^m , f cont. : invertibility, ontoness, 1-1 -ness.**,*KMF***Re: f:R^m-->R^m , f cont. : invertibility, ontoness, 1-1 -ness. Followup**,*KMF***Re: f:R^m-->R^m , f cont. : invertibility, ontoness, 1-1 -ness. Followup**,*Rupert***Re: f:R^m-->R^m , f cont. : invertibility, ontoness, 1-1 -ness. Followup**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: f:R^m-->R^m , f cont. : invertibility, ontoness, 1-1 -ness.**,*Arturo Magidin*

**Re: f:R^m-->R^m , f cont. : invertibility, ontoness, 1-1 -ness.**,*Ronald Bruck***Re: f:R^m-->R^m , f cont. : invertibility, ontoness, 1-1 -ness.**,*jewsforjesusalou*

**Re: f:R^m-->R^m , f cont. : invertibility, ontoness, 1-1 -ness.**,*David C . Ullrich*

**Re: Eigenvalues/vectors of Weingarten/Shape Operators**,*rip pelletier***Re: Eigenvalues/vectors of Weingarten/Shape Operators**,*rip pelletier*

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**Cardinality of baire space**,*persres@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx***Re: Cardinality of baire space**,*Dave L. Renfro*

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**Re: Solving a part of a system of linear equations.**,*Maduranga Liyanage*

**basic limits question**,*zxcv_890***Re: basic limits question**,*dogma***Re: basic limits question**,*zxcv_890*

**Re: basic limits question**,*Dave***Re: basic limits question**,*Dirk Van de moortel***Re: basic limits question**,*zxcv_890***Re: basic limits question**,*Dirk Van de moortel***Re: basic limits question**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: basic limits question**,*David Cullen***Re: basic limits question**,*Dave L. Renfro*

**Re: basic limits question**,*Jon Slaughter***Re: basic limits question**,*Ronald Bruck***Re: basic limits question**,*Ray Vickson***Re: basic limits question**,*Virgil***Re: basic limits question**,*Tim Little***Re: basic limits question**,*Ray Vickson*

**While I'm calculating Determinant; What I'm doing exactly.**,*Nimo***Re: While I'm calculating Determinant; What I'm doing exactly.**,*Frederick Williams***Re: While I'm calculating Determinant; What I'm doing exactly.**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: While I'm calculating Determinant; What I'm doing exactly.**,*Ronald Bruck***Re: While I'm calculating Determinant; What I'm doing exactly.**,*Nimo***Re: While I'm calculating Determinant; What I'm doing exactly.**,*David Cullen***Re: While I'm calculating Determinant; What I'm doing exactly.**,*Frederick Williams*

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**Good problem with series**,*Walt, The Walker***Factoring 2x^5 +7x^4 -18x^2 -8x +8**,*Fernando***Re: Factoring 2x^5 +7x^4 -18x^2 -8x +8**,*victor_meldrew_666@xxxxxxxxxxx***Re: Factoring 2x^5 +7x^4 -18x^2 -8x +8**,*Fernando***Re: Factoring 2x^5 +7x^4 -18x^2 -8x +8**,*Torsten Hennig***Re: Factoring 2x^5 +7x^4 -18x^2 -8x +8**,*Fernando*

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**Re: infinite sum**,*K_h***Re: infinite sum**,*Ignacio Larrosa Cañestro*

**Re: JSH: Factoring algorithm critique**,*rossum***Factoring x^4+x^3-x-1**,*Fernando***Re: Factoring x^4+x^3-x-1**,*alainverghote@xxxxxxxxx***Re: Factoring x^4+x^3-x-1**,*riderofgiraffes***Re: Factoring x^4+x^3-x-1**,*William Hale***Re: Factoring x^4+x^3-x-1**,*William Elliot***Re: Factoring x^4+x^3-x-1**,*Ignacio Larrosa Cañestro***Re: Factoring x^4+x^3-x-1**,*Fernando***Re: Factoring x^4+x^3-x-1**,*Stephen J. Herschkorn***Re: Factoring x^4+x^3-x-1**,*Fernando***Re: Factoring x^4+x^3-x-1**,*Stephen J. Herschkorn*

**Re: Factoring x^4+x^3-x-1**,*Bill Dubuque***Re: Factoring x^4+x^3-x-1**,*Driveby***Re: Factoring x^4+x^3-x-1**,*Virgil***Re: Factoring x^4+x^3-x-1**,*Fernando*

**Re: Does Anyone Recognise this Kind of Mathematical Structure?**,*William Elliot***Re: Does Anyone Recognise this Kind of Mathematical Structure?**,*Mattias Wikstrom*

**Re: Computing an principal curvature from pairwise vector products of the rows of a matrix**,*kunzmilan***Sci.math.research on Math Forum**,*Jonathan Groves***Re: Sci.math.research on Math Forum**,*Robert Israel***Re: Sci.math.research on Math Forum**,*G. A. Edgar*

**Re: Sci.math.research on Math Forum**,*Jonathan Groves***Re: Sci.math.research on Math Forum**,*plclark***Re: Sci.math.research on Math Forum**,*amy666*

**Re: Sci.math.research on Math Forum**,*Jonathan Groves***Re: Sci.math.research on Math Forum**,*G. A. Edgar***Re: Sci.math.research on Math Forum**,*Jonathan Groves***Re: Sci.math.research on Math Forum**,*G. A. Edgar***Re: Sci.math.research on Math Forum**,*Jonathan Groves*

**Re: JSH: So what's your explanation?**,*KMF***Re: JSH: So what's your explanation?**,*dogma*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: JSH: So what's your explanation?**,*Boon***Re: JSH: So what's your explanation?**,*Ben Bacarisse***Re: JSH: So what's your explanation?**,*Joshua Cranmer***Re: JSH: So what's your explanation?**,*Ben Bacarisse***Re: JSH: So what's your explanation?**,*Joshua Cranmer***Re: JSH: So what's your explanation?**,*Tim Smith*

**Re: JSH: So what's your explanation?**,*Tim Smith***Re: JSH: So what's your explanation?**,*Boon***Re: JSH: So what's your explanation?**,*Ben Bacarisse***Re: JSH: So what's your explanation?**,*Tim Smith***Re: JSH: So what's your explanation?**,*Boon***Re: JSH: So what's your explanation?**,*Michael Press*

**Re: JSH: So what's your explanation?**,*Steve Dalton*

**Exact Curve fitting for multiple y points**,*Curve***-- regions in R^2 determined by n lines**,*quasi***Re: -- regions in R^2 determined by n lines**,*gerry***Re: -- regions in R^2 determined by n lines**,*Tim Little***Re: -- regions in R^2 determined by n lines**,*quasi***Re: -- regions in R^2 determined by n lines**,*Tim Little***Re: -- regions in R^2 determined by n lines**,*quasi***Re: -- regions in R^2 determined by n lines**,*quasi***Re: -- regions in R^2 determined by n lines**,*Tim Little***Re: -- regions in R^2 determined by n lines**,*David W . Cantrell***Re: -- regions in R^2 determined by n lines**,*David W . Cantrell***Re: -- regions in R^2 determined by n lines**,*quasi***Re: -- regions in R^2 determined by n lines**,*Rainer Rosenthal*

**-- electric field determined by specified charges**,*quasi***Help with Probability!**,*Watty***Re: Help with Probability!**,*Watty***Re: Help with Probability!**,*Ray Vickson***Re: Help with Probability!**,*Watty***Re: Help with Probability!**,*Ray Vickson*

**Re: Help with Probability!**,*erg*

**Recall your first exposure to higher math..**,*mathdude011***Re: Recall your first exposure to higher math..**,*Herman Rubin***Re: Recall your first exposure to higher math..**,*Michael Stemper*

**tan n > n (corrected)**,*lwapner2***Re: tan n > n (corrected)**,*David W . Cantrell***Re: tan n > n (corrected)**,*lwapner2***Re: tan n > n (corrected)**,*David W . Cantrell***Re: tan n > n (corrected)**,*achille***Re: tan n > n (corrected)**,*David Bernier***Re: tan n > n (corrected)**,*achille***Re: tan n > n (corrected)**,*David Bernier***Re: tan n > n (corrected)**,*Phil Carmody*

**Re: tan n > n (corrected)**,*Tim Little***Re: tan n > n (corrected)**,*David Bernier*

**Re: tan n > n (corrected)**,*Axel Vogt*

**tan n > n**,*lwapner2***Re: tan n > n**,*Bob Delaney***Re: tan n > n**,*Bob Delaney***Re: tan n > n**,*Phil Carmody***Re: tan n > n**,*Robert Israel*

**Polynomial functions**,*mchls5714***Re: Polynomial functions**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Polynomial functions**,*mchls5714*

**Re: Polynomial functions**,*Jon Slaughter***Re: Polynomial functions**,*mchls5714*

**Re: Polynomial functions**,*mchls5714*

**Re: JSH: Hammer falls, Pell's Equation used to solve factoring problem**,*mike3***Re: -- Packing unit circles in squares: new results**,*David W . Cantrell***Re: -- Packing unit circles in squares: new results**,*David W . Cantrell*

**Lévy processes**,*kjetil1001***why should I solve these equations? { naive question }**,*Nimo***JSH: Digging your own hole**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Digging your own hole**,*mike3***Re: JSH: Digging your own hole**,*amzoti***Re: JSH: Digging your own hole**,*bananacanaan***Re: JSH: Digging your own hole**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: JSH: Digging your own hole**,*Jens Stueckelberger***Re: Digging your own hole**,*dogma*

**ITRI’s International Graduate Scholarship Program in Taiwan**,*sendinging@xxxxxxxxx***logs and range**,*Jesse***Re: logs and range**,*Dave*

**Basis for free modules**,*John R. Martin***Re: Basis for free modules**,*Jack Schmidt***Re: Basis for free modules**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez*

***** prices accept-paypal abercrombie hanbags, abercrombie polo t shirt 2009 new styles, abercrombie fleece, sweaters, jackets, shorts, abercrombie women's hanbag, fleece jacket**,*lufp2009022302@xxxxxxxxx***Laguna Beach Mens Jeans - Discount Laguna Beach Jeans**,*wangguizhe***An Ellipse From Two Points & Two Tangents**,*Jason Dusek***Re: An Ellipse From Two Points & Two Tangents**,*johnjo***Re: An Ellipse From Two Points & Two Tangents**,*Philippe 92***Re: An Ellipse From Two Points & Two Tangents**,*johnjo***Re: An Ellipse From Two Points & Two Tangents**,*Philippe 92***Re: An Ellipse From Two Points & Two Tangents**,*Jason Dusek***Re: An Ellipse From Two Points & Two Tangents**,*Jason Dusek*

**Re: An Ellipse From Two Points & Two Tangents**,*David W . Cantrell***Re: An Ellipse From Two Points & Two Tangents**,*Jason Dusek*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: An Ellipse From Two Points & Two Tangents**,*Jason Dusek*

**That continuous iteration of quadratic maps thingy again.**,*mike3***Re: That continuous iteration of quadratic maps thingy again.**,*alainverghote@xxxxxxxxx***Re: That continuous iteration of quadratic maps thingy again.**,*mike3***Re: That continuous iteration of quadratic maps thingy again.**,*mike3***Re: That continuous iteration of quadratic maps thingy again.**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: That continuous iteration of quadratic maps thingy again.**,*mike3***great and typical tommy1729 idea :)**,*amy666***Re: That continuous iteration of quadratic maps thingy again.**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: That continuous iteration of quadratic maps thingy again.**,*mike3***Re: That continuous iteration of quadratic maps thingy again.**,*mike3*

**Re: That continuous iteration of quadratic maps thingy again.**,*Gottfried Helms***real problem**,*amy666*

**Re: Analytic solutions for f(ax)=(f(x))^2+b**,*mike3*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Analytic solutions for f(ax)=(f(x))^2+b**,*mike3***Re: Analytic solutions for f(ax)=(f(x))^2+b**,*mike3***Re: Analytic solutions for f(ax)=(f(x))^2+b**,*alainverghote@xxxxxxxxx*

**cw complexes**,*sanchopancho80***Re: cw complexes**,*sanchopancho80*

**Question on asymptotics**,*RSimmons***Re: Question on asymptotics**,*temptony***Re: Question on asymptotics**,*RSimmons***Re: Question on asymptotics**,*temptony***Re: Question on asymptotics**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Question on asymptotics**,*temptony***Re: Question on asymptotics**,*David C . Ullrich*

**Re: Question on asymptotics**,*W^3*

**combinatorial problem**,*pauldepstein***Re: combinatorial problem**,*achille***Re: combinatorial problem**,*temptony*- <Possible follow-ups>
**combinatorial problem**,*conrad***Re: combinatorial problem**,*Paul Sperry*

**1-zeta is a prime**,*nullgraph***Re: 1-zeta is a prime**,*victor_meldrew_666@xxxxxxxxxxx***Re: 1-zeta is a prime**,*Bill Dubuque*

**Books.! only books**,*Nimo***{ Linear Algebra..! by David C.Ullrich } Is this you ?**,*Nimo***Re: { Linear Algebra..! by David C.Ullrich } Is this you ?**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: { Linear Algebra..! by David C.Ullrich } Is this you ?**,*David C . Ullrich*

**Concept of Complex numbers is weird ?**,*Nimo***Re: Concept of Complex numbers is weird ?**,*David R Tribble***Re: Concept of Complex numbers is weird ?**,*Mattias Wikstrom***Re: Concept of Complex numbers is weird ?**,*Nimo***Re: Concept of Complex numbers is weird ?**,*Mattias Wikstrom***Re: Concept of Complex numbers is weird ?**,*Nimo***Re: Concept of Complex numbers is weird ?**,*Mattias Wikstrom***Re: Concept of Complex numbers is weird ?**,*Nimo***Re: Concept of Complex numbers is weird ?**,*Mattias Wikstrom*

**Re: Concept of Complex numbers is weird ?**,*[Mr.] Lynn Kurtz*

**Hom[R^ｎ,R^ｎ].**,*KY***some help on a function**,*gpadu99***Re: some help on a function**,*smn***Re: some help on a function**,*gpadu99*

**Re: some help on a function**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: some help on a function**,*gpadu99***Re: some help on a function**,*David W . Cantrell***Re: some help on a function**,*gpadu99***Re: some help on a function**,*Tim Little***Re: some help on a function**,*Zdislav V. Kovarik***Re: some help on a function**,*Stephen J. Herschkorn***Re: some help on a function**,*W^3***Re: some help on a function**,*gpadu99***Re: some help on a function**,*Ray Vickson***Re: some help on a function**,*Ray Vickson***Re: some help on a function**,*gpadu99***Re: some help on a function**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: some help on a function**,*gpadu99*

**Re: some help on a function**,*Ray Vickson***Re: some help on a function**,*Ray Vickson*

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**-- regions determined by convex open sets in R^n**,*quasi***Re: -- regions determined by convex open sets in R^n**,*quasi***Re: -- regions determined by convex open sets in R^n**,*grpadmin***Re: -- regions determined by convex open sets in R^n**,*victor_meldrew_666@xxxxxxxxxxx***Re: -- regions determined by convex open sets in R^n**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: -- regions determined by convex open sets in R^n**,*achille***Re: -- regions determined by convex open sets in R^n**,*achille***Re: -- regions determined by convex open sets in R^n**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez*

**-- polyhedron with non-convex faces**,*quasi***Re: -- polyhedron with non-convex faces**,*achille***Re: -- polyhedron with non-convex faces**,*Tim Little***Re: -- polyhedron with non-convex faces**,*Brian Chandler***Re: -- polyhedron with non-convex faces**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: -- polyhedron with non-convex faces**,*Tim Little***Re: -- polyhedron with non-convex faces**,*Michael Press***Re: -- polyhedron with non-convex faces**,*achille***Re: -- polyhedron with non-convex faces**,*Michael Press***Re: -- polyhedron with non-convex faces**,*Brian Chandler***Re: -- polyhedron with non-convex faces**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: -- polyhedron with non-convex faces**,*Michael Press***Re: -- polyhedron with non-convex faces**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: -- polyhedron with non-convex faces**,*Michael Press*

**Re: -- polyhedron with non-convex faces**,*quasi*

**Re: -- polyhedron with non-convex faces**,*G. A. Edgar*

**What should this statement be? Complex analysis**,*Graven Water***Re: What should this statement be? Complex analysis**,*David C . Ullrich*

**E. Lucas and the true story on root-solving. Bernoulli. Newton, Halley...**,*arithmeticae***A practical formula for pi(N)**,*Ludovicus***Re: A practical formula for pi(N)**,*amy666***Re: A practical formula for pi(N)**,*alainverghote@xxxxxxxxx***Re: A practical formula for pi(N)**,*amy666***Re: A practical formula for pi(N)**,*Ludovicus***Re: A practical formula for pi(N)**,*Ludovicus***Re: A practical formula for pi(N)**,*Ludovicus*

**Re: A practical formula for pi(N)**,*Dik T. Winter***Re: A practical formula for pi(N)**,*amy666***Re: A practical formula for pi(N)**,*Ludovicus***Re: A practical formula for pi(N)**,*Dik T. Winter***Re: A practical formula for pi(N)**,*Ludovicus*

**Re: A practical formula for pi(N)**,*OwlHoot***Re: A practical formula for pi(N)**,*Ludovicus*

**topological embedding**,*sanchopancho80***Re: topological embedding**,*José Carlos Santos*

**Partial derivatives of surfaces?**,*mlt***help with linear map**,*keith***Re: help with linear map**,*Jon Slaughter***Re: help with linear map**,*W^3*

**Re: cosine law visual proof**,*keith***prove Orbit A^n(1,0)^t S^1**,*KY***A 'next one' function ...**,*alainverghote@xxxxxxxxx***Re: A 'next one' function ...**,*Aardvark***Re: A 'next one' function ...**,*alainverghote@xxxxxxxxx*

**Request for comment on an article in discreet math**,*da-qwe***Drawing trees**,*Grothendieck-Hirzebruch***Re: Drawing trees**,*Tim Little***Re: Drawing trees**,*victor_meldrew_666@xxxxxxxxxxx***Re: Drawing trees**,*Tim Little*

**Re: Drawing trees**,*William Elliot***Re: Drawing trees**,*quasi***Re: Drawing trees**,*kunzmilan***Re: Drawing trees**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Drawing trees**,*Chip Eastham*

**Non-Countability of dimension of C[0,1].**,*KMF***Re: Non-Countability of dimension of C[0,1].**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Non-Countability of dimension of C[0,1].**,*KMF***Re: Non-Countability of dimension of C[0,1].**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Non-Countability of dimension of C[0,1].**,*KMF***Re: Non-Countability of dimension of C[0,1].**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Non-Countability of dimension of C[0,1].**,*Dave L. Renfro*

**Re: Non-Countability of dimension of C[0,1].**,*Robert Israel***Re: Non-Countability of dimension of C[0,1].**,*G. A. Edgar***Re: Non-Countability of dimension of C[0,1].**,*Ronald Bruck*

**Re: Non-Countability of dimension of C[0,1].**,*Peter Webb***Re: Non-Countability of dimension of C[0,1].**,*KMF***Re: Non-Countability of dimension of C[0,1].**,*G. A. Edgar***Re: Non-Countability of dimension of C[0,1].**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez*

**Re: Non-Countability of dimension of C[0,1].**,*Tim Little***Re: Non-Countability of dimension of C[0,1].**,*David C . Ullrich*

**Re: JSH: Weird feeling**,*Joshua Cranmer***Re: The scientist as idiot or leader?**,*holly smith***Re: The scientist as idiot**,*holly smith*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: The scientist as idiot**,*holly smith*

**Re: bottles vs. cartons**,*holly smith***Re: bottles vs. cartons**,*Mensanator***Re: bottles vs. cartons**,*Robert Israel*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: bottles vs. cartons**,*holly smith***Re: bottles vs. cartons**,*Mensanator*

**Re: bottles vs. cartons**,*S. Hurley*

**¿No experimental proofs on Michelson flashlight H-path? I can't believe it**,*arithmeticae***Re: ¿No experimental proofs on Michelson flashlight H-path? I can't believe it**,*Tim Little***Re: ¿No experimental proofs on Michelson flashlight H-path? I can't believe it**,*juandiego***Re: ¿No experimental proofs on Michelson flashlight H-path? I can't believe it**,*arithmeticae*

**geometry question**,*lorenzo123***Re: geometry question**,*lorenzo123***Re: geometry question**,*quasi***Re: geometry question**,*lorenzo123***Re: geometry question**,*quasi***Re: geometry question**,*Philippe 92*

**Re: geometry question**,*Ray Vickson***Re: geometry question**,*OwlHoot***Re: geometry question**,*Philippe 92***Re: geometry question**,*OwlHoot***Re: geometry question**,*Philippe 92***Re: geometry question**,*Ray Vickson***Re: geometry question**,*Philippe 92*

**Re: geometry question**,*OwlHoot*

**Re: geometry question**,*OwlHoot***Re: geometry question**,*Ray Vickson*

**minimum of two numbers**,*Seth Myers***Re: minimum of two numbers**,*Seth Myers***Re: minimum of two numbers**,*K S***Re: minimum of two numbers**,*nicotac12*

**Re: minimum of two numbers**,*Tim Woodall***Re: minimum of two numbers**,*Tim Woodall***Re: minimum of two numbers**,*Virgil*

**Re: minimum of two numbers**,*amzoti***Re: minimum of two numbers**,*Pfsszxt***Re: minimum of two numbers**,*Tim Smith*

**Cantor space and R**,*persres@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx***Re: Cantor space and R**,*A N Niel***Re: Cantor space and R**,*persres@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx***Re: Cantor space and R**,*KMF*

**Re: Cantor space and R**,*David Belanger***Re: Cantor space and R**,*José Carlos Santos*

**nonlinear differential equation and expansion of its eigensolution**,*pluton***Re: nonlinear differential equation and expansion of its eigensolution**,*Ray Vickson**Message not available***Re: nonlinear differential equation and expansion of its eigensolution**,*pluton***Re: nonlinear differential equation and expansion of its eigensolution**,*israel***Re: nonlinear differential equation and expansion of its eigensolution**,*pluton***Re: nonlinear differential equation and expansion of its eigensolution**,*israel*

**Re: Ordered Fields**,*Linear1983*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Ordered Fields**,*Linear1983***Re: Ordered Fields**,*rmillika*

**Re: Question from old Comps Exam**,*Jack Schmidt***Re: Question from old Comps Exam**,*Jack Schmidt***Re: Question from old Comps Exam**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez*

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**Re: Question from old Comps Exam**,*Jack Schmidt***Re: Question from old Comps Exam**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Question from old Comps Exam**,*Jack Schmidt*

**Re: many worlds, so many worlds, not enough worlds (of eels and serpentine designs)**,*Angus Rodgers***Third category theory question (ACC, page 93)**,*Victor Porton***Re: Third category theory question (ACC, page 93)**,*Marc Olschok***Re: Third category theory question (ACC, page 93)**,*Victor Porton***Re: Third category theory question (ACC, page 93)**,*Marc Olschok*

**solution manual**,*rafia tariq*- <Possible follow-ups>
**solution manual**,*rafia tariq*

**Another tetration-series for base sqrt(2)**,*Gottfried Helms***Re: Another tetration-series for base sqrt(2)**,*Gottfried Helms***Re: Another tetration-series for base sqrt(2)**,*Gottfried Helms***Re: Another tetration-series for base sqrt(2)**,*Gottfried Helms***Re: Another tetration-series for base sqrt(2) / the consideration of the limit**,*Gottfried Helms***Re: Another tetration-series for base sqrt(2) / the consideration of the limit**,*alainverghote@xxxxxxxxx***Re: Another tetration-series for base sqrt(2) / the consideration of the limit**,*Gottfried Helms*

**Triangle in Circle**,*beeworks***Re: Triangle in Circle**,*Alois Steindl***Re: Triangle in Circle**,*Dave***Re: Triangle in Circle**,*dh***Re: Triangle in Circle**,*Zdislav V. Kovarik***Re: Triangle in Circle**,*beeworks*

**Re: Triangle in Circle**,*jbriggs444***Re: Triangle in Circle**,*Ignacio Larrosa Cañestro*

**Another category theory question (ACC, page 91)**,*Victor Porton***Not so easy topology problem**,*LordBeotian***Re: Not so easy topology problem**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Not so easy topology problem**,*LordBeotian***Re: Not so easy topology problem**,*David C . Ullrich*

**Re: Not so easy topology problem**,*David C . Ullrich*

**About set theory(AC)**,*godrestyoumerrygentleman***Re: About set theory(AC)**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: About set theory(AC)**,*Michael Stemper***Re: About set theory(AC)**,*MoeBlee***Re: About set theory(AC)**,*Tim Little***Re: About set theory(AC)**,*MoeBlee***Re: About set theory(AC)**,*Tim Little***Re: About set theory(AC)**,*MoeBlee***Re: About set theory(AC)**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: About set theory(AC)**,*MoeBlee***Re: About set theory(AC)**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: About set theory(AC)**,*Tim Little*

**Re: About set theory(AC)**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: About set theory(AC)**,*godrestyoumerrygentleman*

**Re: Dual factorization equations and factoring**,*Tim Smith***Re: Dual factorization equations and factoring**,*Joshua Cranmer*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Dual factorization equations and factoring**,*Joshua Cranmer***Re: Dual factorization equations and factoring**,*JSH***Re: Dual factorization equations and factoring**,*marcus_bruckner***Re: Dual factorization equations and factoring**,*Joshua Cranmer***Re: Dual factorization equations and factoring**,*JSH***Re: Dual factorization equations and factoring**,*Joshua Cranmer***Re: Dual factorization equations and factoring**,*Tim Little*

**Re: Dual factorization equations and factoring**,*Boon*

**schnell und sicher geld,schnell geld verdienene,of poker online spielen,party poker online spielen,ganz leicht geld,**,*soul81912***Re: Beginner questions on distributions**,*Achava Nakhash, the Loving Snake***Re: Beginner questions on distributions**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Beginner questions on distributions**,*Achava Nakhash, the Loving Snake*

**Weird Feeling**,*KMF***Re: Weird Feeling**,*KMF***Re: Weird Feeling**,*The Sortov Institute*

**which is the toughest topic in math?**,*Nimo***Re: which is the toughest topic in math?**,*achille***Re: which is the toughest topic in math?**,*Mensanator***Re: which is the toughest topic in math?**,*William Elliot***Re: which is the toughest topic in math?**,*Peter***Re: which is the toughest topic in math?**,*William Elliot*

**Re: which is the toughest topic in math?**,*Ludovicus***Re: which is the toughest topic in math?**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: which is the toughest topic in math?**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: which is the toughest topic in math?**,*Nimo***Re: which is the toughest topic in math?**,*William Elliot***Re: which is the toughest topic in math?**,*Aatu Koskensilta*

**Re: which is the toughest topic in math?**,*Pfsszxt***Re: which is the toughest topic in math?**,*Frederick Williams***Re: which is the toughest topic in math?**,*galathaea***Re: which is the toughest topic in math?**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: which is the toughest topic in math?**,*galathaea***Re: which is the toughest topic in math?**,*Aatu Koskensilta*

**Re: which is the toughest topic in math?**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: which is the toughest topic in math?**,*Frederick Williams***Re: which is the toughest topic in math?**,*Aatu Koskensilta*

**Re: which is the toughest topic in math?**,*MoeBlee***Re: which is the toughest topic in math?**,*Frederick Williams*

**Re: which is the toughest topic in math?**,*OwlHoot***Re: which is the toughest topic in math?**,*Nimo***Re: which is the toughest topic in math?**,*OwlHoot***Re: which is the toughest topic in math?**,*Nimo***Re: which is the toughest topic in math?**,*Frederick Williams*

**Re: which is the toughest topic in math?**,*Tim Little***Re: which is the toughest topic in math?**,*David Bernier***Re: which is the toughest topic in math?**,*achille***Re: which is the toughest topic in math?**,*Aatu Koskensilta*

**Re: which is the toughest topic in math?**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: which is the toughest topic in math?**,*Frederick Williams*

**Re: which is the toughest topic in math?**,*David R Tribble***Re: which is the toughest topic in math?**,*scattered***Re: which is the toughest topic in math?**,*Frederick Williams***Re: which is the toughest topic in math?**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: which is the toughest topic in math?**,*scattered*

**Re: which is the toughest topic in math?**,*Gc***Re: which is the toughest topic in math?**,*Jonathan Groves*

**JSH: Slowly I turned...step by step...inch by inch**,*Michael Press***A Note on the Collatz Conjecture**,*Darrell Cox***Re: A Note on the Collatz Conjecture**,*Mensanator***Re: A Note on the Collatz Conjecture**,*Darrell Cox***Re: A Note on the Collatz Conjecture**,*Mensanator***Re: A Note on the Collatz Conjecture**,*Ludovicus***Re: A Note on the Collatz Conjecture**,*Mensanator***Re: A Note on the Collatz Conjecture**,*Dik T. Winter***Re: A Note on the Collatz Conjecture**,*Dave Seaman*

**Re: A Note on the Collatz Conjecture**,*Darrell Cox***Re: A Note on the Collatz Conjecture**,*Mensanator*

**Re: A Note on the Collatz Conjecture**,*Darrell Cox***Re: A Note on the Collatz Conjecture**,*Darrell Cox***Re: A Note on the Collatz Conjecture**,*Mensanator*

**Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics, 6th Edition, Meriam, Kraige Solutions Manual**,*seuki7***Engineering Mechanics: Statics, 6th Edition, Meriam, Kraige Solutions Manual**,*seuki7***Electrical Engineering Principles and Applications 4th Edition, Allan R. Hambley Solutions Manual**,*seuki7***Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics, 5th Edition, Munson, Young, Okiishi Solutions Manual**,*seuki7***The mathematics base of logic thinking**,*slwu***norm bound**,*novis***Re: norm bound**,*David C . Ullrich*

**divisibility problem**,*MoeBlee***Re: divisibility problem**,*Ray Vickson***Re: divisibility problem**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: divisibility problem**,*quasi***Re: divisibility problem**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: divisibility problem**,*MoeBlee***Re: divisibility problem**,*no comment***Re: divisibility problem**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: divisibility problem**,*MoeBlee***Re: divisibility problem**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: divisibility problem**,*Bill Dubuque*

**Re: divisibility problem**,*PiperAlpha167***Re: divisibility problem**,*PiperAlpha167*

**Re: divisibility problem**,*Bill Dubuque*

**Re: JSH: Your Google check on the Hammer**,*mike3***Automatic mathematical assistant**,*Arnold Neumaier***Re: Your Google check on the Hammer**,*Mike Terry***Announcement: New prime-finding project**,*bearnol***Solution to Differential equation**,*charlescalculus_robertobaggio***Re: Solution to Differential equation**,*Jon Slaughter***Re: Solution to Differential equation**,*rgvickson***Re: Solution to Differential equation**,*Greg Neill*

**Simple tetration ...**,*alainverghote@xxxxxxxxx***Re: Simple tetration ...**,*G. A. Edgar***Re: Simple tetration ...**,*mike3***Re: Simple tetration ...**,*alainverghote@xxxxxxxxx*

**Christian Louboutin Boots - Fashionable**,*ppxingpu***PRNG Algorithm**,*Phoenix***Re: PRNG Algorithm**,*Tim Little*

**Integration ODE (By hand method**,*choo***Re: Integration ODE (By hand method**,*rgvickson***Re: Integration ODE (By hand method**,*William Elliot***Re: Integration ODE (By hand method**,*Aatu Koskensilta*

**Re: Integration ODE (By hand method**,*[Mr.] Lynn Kurtz*

**for solution Manual**,*sarikagore7***How to tell the difference between authentic UGG Australia Boots and Fake**,*go2ugg009@xxxxxxxxx***ugg classic cardy oatmeal all the products are free shipping now**,*go2ugg009@xxxxxxxxx***Bounded operators between Lebesgue spaces**,*krassm***Re: Bounded operators between Lebesgue spaces**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Bounded operators between Lebesgue spaces**,*David C . Ullrich*

**JSH: Britain's choice**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Britain's choice**,*Rupert***Re: JSH: Britain's choice**,*galathaea*

**Re: JSH: Britain's choice**,*Mark Murray***Re: JSH: Britain's choice**,*Boon***Re: JSH: Britain's choice**,*dogma*

**Re: JSH: Britain's choice**,*David Bernier***Re: JSH: Britain's choice**,*Richard Tobin***Re: JSH: Britain's choice**,*rossum***Re: JSH: Britain's choice**,*Jens Stueckelberger***Re: JSH: Britain's choice**,*dogma*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Fwd: JSH: Britain's choice**,*Michael Press***Re: Fwd: JSH: Britain's choice**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Fwd: JSH: Britain's choice**,*Frederick Williams***Re: Fwd: JSH: Britain's choice**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: Fwd: JSH: Britain's choice**,*Boon***Re: Fwd: JSH: Britain's choice**,*rossum***Re: Fwd: JSH: Britain's choice**,*Jesse F. Hughes*

**Linear Algebra Projection Proof**,*Michael***Re: Linear Algebra Projection Proof**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Linear Algebra Projection Proof**,*Michael***Re: Linear Algebra Projection Proof**,*Paul Sperry***Re: Linear Algebra Projection Proof**,*Arturo Magidin*

**Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the normal direction to the ray?**,*arithmeticae***Conjecture: 2n+1= 2^i+p ; 6k-2 or 6k+2 = 3^i+p**,*Tangerine Luo***Re: Conjecture: 2n+1= 2^i+p ; 6k-2 or 6k+2 = 3^i+p**,*Gerry Myerson*

**Godels theorem is meaningless**,*byron***Re: Godels theorem is meaningless**,*Puppet_Sock***Re: Godels theorem is meaningless**,*Rupert***Re: Godels theorem is meaningless**,*byron***Re: Godels theorem is meaningless**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: Godels theorem is meaningless**,*scattered***Re: Godels theorem is meaningless**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: Godels theorem is meaningless**,*Rupert***Re: Godels theorem is meaningless**,*byron***Re: Godels theorem is meaningless**,*byron***Re: Godels theorem is meaningless**,*Rupert***Re: Godels theorem is meaningless**,*byron***Re: Godels theorem is meaningless**,*Rupert***Re: Godels theorem is meaningless**,*Rupert***Re: Godels theorem is meaningless**,*byron***Re: Godels theorem is meaningless**,*Rupert***Re: Godels theorem is meaningless**,*byron***Re: Godels theorem is meaningless**,*byron***Re: Godels theorem is meaningless**,*Rupert***Re: Godels theorem is meaningless**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: Godels theorem is meaningless**,*Rupert***Re: Godels theorem is meaningless**,*byron***Re: Godels theorem is meaningless**,*byron***Re: Godels theorem is meaningless**,*Rupert***Re: Godels theorem is meaningless**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: Godels theorem is meaningless**,*Rupert***Re: Godels theorem is meaningless**,*byron***Re: Godels theorem is meaningless**,*Rupert***Re: Godels theorem is meaningless**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: Godels theorem is meaningless**,*byron***Re: Godels theorem is meaningless**,*Don Stockbauer***Re: Godels theorem is meaningless**,*byron***Re: Godels theorem is meaningless**,*Don Stockbauer***Re: Godels theorem is meaningless**,*MoeBlee***Re: Godels theorem is meaningless**,*Don Stockbauer***Re: Godels theorem is meaningless**,*MoeBlee***Re: Godels theorem is meaningless**,*Don Stockbauer*

**Godels use of the axiom of reducibility makes his incompleteness theorem invalid**,*byron***Re: Godels use of the axiom of reducibility makes his incompleteness theorem invalid**,*Rupert***Re: Godels use of the axiom of reducibility makes his incompleteness theorem invalid**,*byron***Re: Godels use of the axiom of reducibility makes his incompleteness theorem invalid**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: Godels use of the axiom of reducibility makes his incompleteness theorem invalid**,*byron***Re: Godels use of the axiom of reducibility makes his incompleteness theorem invalid**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: Godels use of the axiom of reducibility makes his incompleteness theorem invalid**,*Rupert***Re: Godels use of the axiom of reducibility makes his incompleteness theorem invalid**,*byron*

**tough counting problem**,*lite . on . beta***Re: tough counting problem**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: tough counting problem**,*Philippe 92*

**Rational numbers in PI**,*K_h***Re: Rational numbers in PI**,*Peter Webb***Re: Rational numbers in PI**,*Tim Little*

**Re: Rational numbers in PI**,*Gerry Myerson***Re: Rational numbers in PI**,*David R Tribble***Re: Rational numbers in PI**,*Daryl McCullough***Re: Rational numbers in PI**,*K_h*

**Re: Rational numbers in PI**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Rational numbers in PI**,*Tim Little***Re: Rational numbers in PI**,*temptony*

**nearest neighbor statistics question**,*cgiannel@xxxxxxxxxxx***Re: nearest neighbor statistics question**,*Ken Pledger*

**Category theory question (ACC, page 86)**,*Victor Porton***Re: Category theory question (ACC, page 86)**,*Marc Olschok*

**-- Eulerian cycles**,*quasi***Re: -- Eulerian cycles**,*grpadmin***-- Hamiltonian cycles**,*quasi***Re: -- Hamiltonian cycles**,*quasi***Re: -- Hamiltonian cycles**,*grpadmin***Re: -- Hamiltonian cycles**,*quasi***Re: -- Hamiltonian cycles**,*quasi*

**Re: -- Eulerian cycles**,*quasi***Re: -- Eulerian cycles**,*quasi***Re: -- Eulerian cycles**,*galathaea***Re: -- Eulerian cycles**,*grpadmin***Re: -- Eulerian cycles**,*quasi***Re: -- Eulerian cycles**,*galathaea*

**Re: -- Eulerian cycles**,*Butch Malahide***Re: -- Eulerian cycles**,*quasi***Re: -- Eulerian cycles**,*Butch Malahide*

- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: -- Eulerian cycles**,*Chip Eastham***Re: -- Eulerian cycles**,*quasi*

**Re: This Is Mohammad**,*curious george*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: This Is Mohammad**,*KMF***Re: This Is Mohammad**,*dogma*

**scheduling problem optimizing preferences**,*GagoX***Re: scheduling problem optimizing preferences**,*Ray Vickson***Re: scheduling problem optimizing preferences**,*Chip Eastham***Re: scheduling problem optimizing preferences**,*jillbones***Re: scheduling problem optimizing preferences**,*Chip Eastham*

**Re: scheduling problem optimizing preferences**,*grpadmin***Re: scheduling problem optimizing preferences**,*jillbones***Re: scheduling problem optimizing preferences**,*GagoX***Re: scheduling problem optimizing preferences**,*erwin . kalvelagen***Re: scheduling problem optimizing preferences**,*erwin . kalvelagen***Re: scheduling problem optimizing preferences**,*erwin . kalvelagen***Re: scheduling problem optimizing preferences**,*erwin . kalvelagen*

**Abercrombie Fitch Mens Shorts - Discount**,*zhanglin099*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Abercrombie Fitch Mens Shorts - Discount**,*janetanjn*

**Mathematics teaching in Vietnam**,*William Elliot***Re: Mathematics teaching in Vietnam**,*Tonicopm***Re: Mathematics teaching in Vietnam**,*William Elliot***Re: Mathematics teaching in Vietnam**,*mike3***Re: Mathematics teaching in Vietnam**,*William Elliot***Re: Mathematics teaching in Vietnam**,*mike3***Re: Mathematics teaching in Vietnam**,*William Elliot***Re: Mathematics teaching in Vietnam**,*Stephen J. Herschkorn*

**Re: Mathematics teaching in Vietnam**,*zzbunker@xxxxxxxxxxxx***Re: Mathematics teaching in Vietnam**,*KMF***Re: Mathematics teaching in Vietnam**,*Dave Seaman***Re: Mathematics teaching in Vietnam**,*Tonicopm***Re: Mathematics teaching in Vietnam**,*Michael Press***Re: Mathematics teaching in Vietnam**,*Tonicopm***Re: Mathematics teaching in Vietnam**,*Michael Press***Re: Mathematics teaching in Vietnam**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: Mathematics teaching in Vietnam**,*mike3***Re: Mathematics teaching in Vietnam**,*KMF***Re: Mathematics teaching in Vietnam**,*mike3***Re: Mathematics teaching in Vietnam**,*quasi***Re: Mathematics teaching in Vietnam**,*mike3***Re: Mathematics teaching in Vietnam**,*quasi***Re: Mathematics teaching in Vietnam**,*mike3***Re: Mathematics teaching in Vietnam**,*quasi*

**Re: Mathematics teaching in Vietnam**,*Jens Stueckelberger***Re: Mathematics teaching in Vietnam**,*Tonicopm***Re: Mathematics teaching in Vietnam**,*William Elliot*

**Re: Mathematics teaching in Vietnam**,*Igor*

**Java applet for the Miracle Octad Generator**,*Ted Hwa***Homotopies between circles and paths in the annulus {z: 0<a<|z|<b }**,*jewsforjesusalou***Re: Homotopies between circles and paths in the annulus {z: 0<a<|z|<b }**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Homotopies between circles and paths in the annulus {z: 0<a<|z|<b }**,*jewsforjesusalou***Re: Homotopies between circles and paths in the annulus {z: 0<a<|z|<b }**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Homotopies between circles and paths in the annulus {z: 0<a<|z|<b }**,*jewsforjesusalou***Re: Homotopies between circles and paths in the annulus {z: 0<a<|z|<b }**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Homotopies between circles and paths in the annulus {z: 0<a<|z|<b }**,*galathaea***Re: Homotopies between circles and paths in the annulus {z: 0<a<|z|<b }**,*David C . Ullrich*

**Re: Homotopies between circles and paths in the annulus {z: 0<a<|z|<b }**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez*

**Re: Homotopies between circles and paths in the annulus {z: 0<a<|z|<b }**,*William Elliot***Re: Homotopies between circles and paths in the annulus {z: 0<a<|z|<b }**,*David C . Ullrich*

**Re: Question About Negative Numbers Raised to Rational Powers**,*Jonathan Groves***Re: Question About Negative Numbers Raised to Rational Powers**,*galathaea***Re: Question About Negative Numbers Raised to Rational Powers**,*Tim BandTech.com***Re: Question About Negative Numbers Raised to Rational Powers**,*Jonathan Groves***Re: Question About Negative Numbers Raised to Rational Powers**,*Tim BandTech.com***Re: Question About Negative Numbers Raised to Rational Powers**,*Jonathan Groves***Polysigned Numbers**,*Jonathan Groves***Re: Polysigned Numbers**,*Jonathan Groves***Re: Polysigned Numbers**,*Tim BandTech.com***Re: Polysigned Numbers**,*Jonathan Groves***Re: Polysigned Numbers**,*Tim BandTech.com*

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**Re: Question About Negative Numbers Raised to Rational Powers**,*Jonathan Groves*

**Is this space reflexive?**,*TCL***Re: Is this space reflexive?**,*G. A. Edgar***Re: Is this space reflexive?**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Is this space reflexive?**,*Robert Israel*

**for all f in C[a,b], Lpnorm(f) <= CONSTANT * supnorm(f)**,*Kobu***Re: for all f in C[a,b], Lpnorm(f) <= CONSTANT * supnorm(f)**,*David C . Ullrich*

**UGG Boots Classic Tall in Black 5815 $160.00 $109.99 Save: 23% off free shipping**,*go4ugg002***busy period of Mt / M / infinity with non homogeneous arrivals**,*sadoc***Re: busy period of Mt / M / infinity with non homogeneous arrivals**,*danheyman@xxxxxxxxx***Re: busy period of Mt / M / infinity with non homogeneous arrivals**,*sadoc***Re: busy period of Mt / M / infinity with non homogeneous arrivals**,*danheyman@xxxxxxxxx***Re: busy period of Mt / M / infinity with non homogeneous arrivals**,*sadoc***Re: busy period of Mt / M / infinity with non homogeneous arrivals**,*sadoc***Re: busy period of Mt / M / infinity with non homogeneous arrivals**,*sadoc*

**Everybody sit w/ everyone else ...**,*frethoa***Re: Everybody sit w/ everyone else ...**,*Lasse***Re: Everybody sit w/ everyone else ...**,*quasi***Re: Everybody sit w/ everyone else ...**,*quasi***Re: Everybody sit w/ everyone else ...**,*quasi***Re: Everybody sit w/ everyone else ...**,*achille***Re: Everybody sit w/ everyone else ...**,*quasi***Re: Everybody sit w/ everyone else ...**,*quasi***Re: Everybody sit w/ everyone else ...**,*quasi***Re: Everybody sit w/ everyone else ...**,*achille***Re: Everybody sit w/ everyone else ...**,*quasi***Re: Everybody sit w/ everyone else ...**,*quasi***Re: Everybody sit w/ everyone else ...**,*achille***Re: Everybody sit w/ everyone else ...**,*achille***Re: Everybody sit w/ everyone else ...**,*quasi***Re: Everybody sit w/ everyone else ...**,*achille***Re: Everybody sit w/ everyone else ...**,*quasi***Re: Everybody sit w/ everyone else ...**,*quasi***Re: Everybody sit w/ everyone else ...**,*quasi*

**busy period of non homogeneous M_t/ M /infinity**,*sadoc***Accessing Journal of Math, Kyoto U.**,*Steve Dalton***Re: Elegant 17th-Century Proof of Fermat's Last Theorem**,*daniel t*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Elegant 17th-Century Proof of Fermat's Last Theorem**,*Mike Williams***Re: Elegant 17th-Century Proof of Fermat's Last Theorem**,*Ed Murphy***Re: Elegant 17th-Century Proof of Fermat's Last Theorem**,*Roman B. Binder***Re: Elegant 17th-Century Proof of Fermat's Last Theorem**,*Roman B. Binder***Re: Elegant 17th-Century Proof of Fermat's Last Theorem**,*hagman*

**JSH: Hints on factoring 15 they did not want you to know about**,*jon***iPod + iTunes ( iPhone )**,*Sergey***Re: JSH! JSH! We are your all JSH newsgroup!!**,*amy666*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: JSH! JSH! We are your all JSH newsgroup!!**,*amy666*

**DNA**,*buzylips***maths and dna match**,*buzylips***SEXUAL SON WITH FATHER**,*buzylips***Re: fixed point set theory**,*amy666***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*amy666***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*Robert Israel***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*amy666***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*Robert Israel***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*amy666***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*amy666***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*amy666***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*amy666***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*amy666***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*Richard Tobin***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*amy666***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*amy666***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*amy666***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*Tonicopm***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*David Bernier***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*amy666***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*amy666***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*Tonicopm***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*amy666***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*MoeBlee***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*David C . Ullrich*

**Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*Denis Feldmann***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*amy666***Re: SUBTHREAD : fixed point**,*David C . Ullrich*

**projective presheaves**,*sanchopancho80***Re: projective presheaves**,*sanchopancho80*

**Re: Self-study Linear Algebra book**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: Self-study Linear Algebra book**,*Steve Dalton***Re: Self-study Linear Algebra book**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: Self-study Linear Algebra book**,*Stephen J. Herschkorn***Re: Self-study Linear Algebra book**,*Stephen J. Herschkorn*

**virus spread : Difference equations and differential equations**,*charlescalculus_robertobaggio***Re: JSH: Let's play a game**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Re: JSH: Let's play a game**,*rossum***Re: JSH: Let's play a game**,*Joshua Cranmer***Re: JSH: Let's play a game**,*Mark Murray*

**Re: JSH: Let's play a game**,*David Bernier*

**Re: Question on sums of roots of integers**,*Dave L. Renfro***Re: JSH: One more explanation, factoring solution**,*Jesse F. Hughes***Can you write a function for this ?**,*Nimo***Re: Can you write a function for this ?**,*Hoofington P. McSnort*

**envelope**,*KY***Re: envelope**,*KY***Re: envelope**,*KY*

**Christian Louboutin Shoes - Fashion**,*zhanglin099***Ipso facto(x) ....**,*alainverghote@xxxxxxxxx***Re: Ipso facto(x) ....**,*amy666*

**about nonreflexivity of order relation**,*oercim***Re: about nonreflexivity of order relation**,*Tonicopm***Re: about nonreflexivity of order relation**,*oercim***Re: about nonreflexivity of order relation**,*Tim Little*

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**Re: about nonreflexivity of order relation**,*Tonicopm***Re: about nonreflexivity of order relation**,*oercim***Re: about nonreflexivity of order relation**,*oercim***Re: about nonreflexivity of order relation**,*Tonicopm***Re: about nonreflexivity of order relation**,*G. A. Edgar***Re: about nonreflexivity of order relation**,*oercim***Re: about nonreflexivity of order relation**,*David L. Wilson***Re: about nonreflexivity of order relation**,*Stephen J. Herschkorn***Re: about nonreflexivity of order relation**,*oercim***Re: about nonreflexivity of order relation**,*Hagen***Re: about nonreflexivity of order relation**,*oercim***Re: about nonreflexivity of order relation**,*Hagen***Re: about nonreflexivity of order relation**,*oercim***Re: about nonreflexivity of order relation**,*Dik T. Winter*

**New mathematics / physical sciences positions at http://jobs.phds.org, Mar 02, 2009**,*PhDs . org***Bad complex functions**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: Bad complex functions**,*Rotwang***Re: Bad complex functions**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: Bad complex functions**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Bad complex functions**,*Hero***Re: Bad complex functions**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Bad complex functions**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: Bad complex functions**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Bad complex functions**,*Hero***Re: Bad complex functions**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: Bad complex functions**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: Bad complex functions**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Bad complex functions**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: Bad complex functions**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Bad complex functions**,*amy666***Re: Bad complex functions**,*pauldepstein***Re: Bad complex functions**,*David C . Ullrich*

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**Re: Bad complex functions**,*Dave L. Renfro*

**Re: I1. Copycats**,*Kyntak***Question on Algebraic Topology**,*John R. Martin***Re: Question on Algebraic Topology**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Question on Algebraic Topology**,*John R. Martin*

**Re: Continuous iteration of another quadratic map**,*Gottfried Helms***Re: Continuous iteration of another quadratic map**,*mike3***Re: Continuous iteration of another quadratic map**,*Gottfried Helms***Re: Continuous iteration of another quadratic map**,*Gottfried Helms***Fixpoints don't always hold up in continuous time (was Re: Continuous iteration of another quadratic map)**,*mike3***Re: Fixpoints don't always hold up in continuous time (was Re: Continuous iteration of another quadratic map)**,*Gottfried Helms*

**Re: Continuous iteration of another quadratic map**,*amy666*

*Message not available**Message not available**Message not available***Re: Continuous iteration of another quadratic map**,*Gottfried Helms***Re: Continuous iteration of another quadratic map**,*alainverghote@xxxxxxxxx*

*Message not available**Message not available**Message not available***Re: Continuous iteration of another quadratic map**,*Gottfried Helms***Re: Continuous iteration of another quadratic map**,*alainverghote@xxxxxxxxx*

**Symmetric Matrices are n(n-1)/2-- Manifolds.**,*KMF***Re: Symmetric Matrices are n(n-1)/2-- Manifolds.**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: Symmetric Matrices are n(n-1)/2-- Manifolds.**,*José Carlos Santos*

**Re: Symmetric Matrices are n(n-1)/2-- Manifolds.**,*Hagen*

**convergence w.r.t lebesgue integral...**,*Lax***Re: convergence w.r.t lebesgue integral...**,*W^3***Re: convergence w.r.t lebesgue integral...**,*Robert Israel***Re: convergence w.r.t lebesgue integral...**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: convergence w.r.t lebesgue integral...**,*Peter Scheffler*

**Conways Game of Life and encryption**,*Peter Webb***Re: Conways Game of Life and encryption**,*cbrown@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx***Re: Conways Game of Life and encryption**,*rossum***Re: Conways Game of Life and encryption**,*Phil Carmody***Re: Conways Game of Life and encryption**,*Tim Smith*

**Brilliant Oxford mathematician and axe murders**,*joyo***Hyperbolic Simplex Question**,*David Harden***Re: Hyperbolic Simplex Question**,*Rupert*

**Make money doing what you love..**,*pico554***China car dog bed WWW.PETBED-CATTREE.COM PET BED CAT TREE DOG PET BEDS FACTORY WWW.PETBED-CATTREE.COM CAT TREE ***S EXPORTER Boat Plane Car dog bed CHINA PET BED China pet bed supplier WWW.PETBED-CATTREE.COM China pet products factory Pet Dog bed pet supplies www.petbed-cattree.com pet product factory Wrought iron car china dog pet bed pen manufacturers cat tree supplier www.petbed-cattree.com**,*www.petbed-cattree.com***JSH: Admits to failure at factoring 15.**,*dogma***JSH: Of course they're lying**,*JSH***Re: Of course they're lying**,*Hoofington P. McSnort***Re: Of course they're lying**,*rdecker***Re: Of course they're lying**,*The Sortov Institute*

**Re: JSH: Of course they're lying**,*Jens Stueckelberger***Re: JSH: Of course they're lying**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Of course they're lying**,*dogma***Re: JSH: Of course they're lying**,*Owen Jacobson***Re: JSH: Of course they're lying**,*Jens Stueckelberger*

**Re: JSH Of course they're lying**,*dogma***Re: JSH: Of course they're lying**,*Gib Bogle***Re: JSH: Of course they're lying**,*Rupert***Re: Of course they're lying**,*The Sortov Institute***Re: JSH: Of course they're lying**,*Tim Smith***Re: JSH: Of course they're lying**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: JSH: Of course they're lying**,*gjedwards***Re: JSH: Of course they're lying**,*Joshua Cranmer***Re: JSH: Of course they're lying**,*gjedwards*

**Re: JSH: Of course they're lying**,*amzoti*

**Re: JSH: Of course they're lying**,*dan . ms . chaos***Re: JSH: Of course they're lying**,*rossum***Re: JSH: Of course they're lying**,*Tim Smith*

**Valuation rings residue and quotient fields**,*Jose Capco***Re: Question about Cn functions**,*W^3***Re: Question about Cn functions**,*David C . Ullrich*

**x^3 + y^3 = 5z^3 has no soln not div. by 3**,*nullgraph***Re: x^3 + y^3 = 5z^3 has no soln not div. by 3**,*Eddie Parker***Re: x^3 + y^3 = 5z^3 has no soln not div. by 3**,*Timothy Murphy***Re: x^3 + y^3 = 5z^3 has no soln not div. by 3**,*Robert Israel***Re: x^3 + y^3 = 5z^3 has no soln not div. by 3**,*nullgraph***Re: x^3 + y^3 = 5z^3 has no soln not div. by 3**,*nullgraph***Re: x^3 + y^3 = 5z^3 has no soln not div. by 3**,*nullgraph***Re: x^3 + y^3 = 5z^3 has no soln not div. by 3**,*Robert Israel***Re: x^3 + y^3 = 5z^3 has no soln not div. by 3**,*Bill Dubuque*

**Sparseness or "Peakyness' of a 2D probability distribution**,*Silversurfer***Solution Manual, Test Bank, NEW COLLECTION 2009**,*Student Plus*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Solution Manual, Test Bank, NEW COLLECTION 2009**,*Student Plus*

**¿Why one cannot push light but just in the normal direction to the ray?**,*arithmeticae***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the normal direction to the ray?**,*erg***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the normal direction to the ray?**,*juandiego***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the norm al direction to the ray?**,*arithmeticae***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the norm al direction to the ray?**,*arithmeticae***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the norm al direction to the ray?**,*Ray Vickson***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the norm al direction to the ray?**,*arithmeticae***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the norm al direction to the ray?**,*juandiego***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the norm al direction to the ray?**,*juandiego***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the norm al direction to the ray?**,*mike3***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the norm al direction to the ray?**,*arithmeticae***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the norm al direction to the ray?**,*Ed Prochak***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the norm al direction to the ray?**,*arithmeticae***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the norm al direction to the ray?**,*quasi***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the norm al direction to the ray?**,*Owen Jacobson***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the norm al direction to the ray?**,*quasi***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the norm al direction to the ray?**,*arithmeticae***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the norm al direction to the ray?**,*arithmeticae***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the norm al direction to the ray?**,*Ed Prochak***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the norm al direction to the ray?**,*arithmeticae***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the norm al direction to the ray?**,*arithmeticae**Message not available***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the norm al direction to the ray?**,*quasi***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the norm al direction to the ray?**,*Tim Little***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the norm al direction to the ray?**,*quasi***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the norm al direction to the ray?**,*Tim Little***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the norm al direction to the ray?**,*quasi***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the norm al direction to the ray?**,*Tim Little***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the norm al direction to the ray?**,*quasi*

**Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the normal direction to the ray?**,*galathaea***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the norm al direction to the ray?**,*arithmeticae***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the norm al direction to the ray?**,*daniel t***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the norm al direction to the ray?**,*arithmeticae***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the norm al direction to the ray?**,*daniel t***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the norm al direction to the ray?**,*arithmeticae***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the norm al direction to the ray?**,*daniel t***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the norm al direction to the ray?**,*arithmeticae***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the norm al direction to the ray?**,*daniel t***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the norm al direction to the ray?**,*arithmeticae***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the norm al direction to the ray?**,*Ray Vickson***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the norm al direction to the ray?**,*arithmeticae***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the norm al direction to the ray?**,*daniel t***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the norm al direction to the ray?**,*arithmeticae*

**Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the normal direction to the ray?**,*Eddie Parker***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the normal direction to the ray?**,*Michael Press***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the normal direction to the ray?**,*arithmeticae***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the normal direction to the ray?**,*arithmeticae***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the normal direction to the ray?**,*Tim Little***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the normal direction to the ray?**,*arithmeticae***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the normal direction to the ray?**,*Tim Little***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the normal direction to the ray?**,*Tim Little***Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the normal direction to the ray?**,*Tim Little*

**Re: ¿Why one cannot push light but just in the normal direction to the ray?**,*arithmeticae*

**Looking for invariant curves**,*LordBeotian***Re: Looking for invariant curves**,*Robert Israel***Re: Looking for invariant curves**,*Rainer Rosenthal***Re: Looking for invariant curves**,*Robert Israel*

**Re: Looking for invariant curves**,*LordBeotian*

**Re: non restoring division questions**,*sven2000***Affliction Mens T-shirts - Discount**,*zhanglin099***Sloppy, or slick? : a vector identity question.**,*Edward Green***Re: Why not more axioms?**,*Ludovicus***Re: Why not more axioms?**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: Why not more axioms?**,*victor_meldrew_666@xxxxxxxxxxx***Re: Why not more axioms?**,*Ludovicus*

**Re: Why not more axioms?**,*Ludovicus*

**Re: Why not more axioms?**,*Barry Schwarz***Re: Why not more axioms?**,*Ludovicus*

**Quintic equation x^5+5x^3+5x-1=0...**,*blang***Re: Quintic equation x^5+5x^3+5x-1=0...**,*Ignacio Larrosa Cañestro***Re: Quintic equation x^5+5x^3+5x-1=0...**,*blang***Re: Quintic equation x^5+5x^3+5x-1=0...**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Quintic equation x^5+5x^3+5x-1=0...**,*Steve Dalton***Re: Quintic equation x^5+5x^3+5x-1=0...**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Quintic equation x^5+5x^3+5x-1=0...**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez*

**Re: Quintic equation x^5+5x^3+5x-1=0...**,*Pfsszxt***Re: Quintic equation x^5+5x^3+5x-1=0...**,*Zdislav V. Kovarik***Re: Quintic equation x^5+5x^3+5x-1=0...**,*Helmut Richter*

**Re: Quintic equation x^5+5x^3+5x-1=0...**,*Axel Vogt***Re: Quintic equation x^5+5x^3+5x-1=0...**,*Ignacio Larrosa Cañestro*

**Re: Quintic equation x^5+5x^3+5x-1=0...**,*OwlHoot***Re: Quintic equation x^5+5x^3+5x-1=0...**,*Ignacio Larrosa Cañestro*

**Re: Special Functions**,*umumenu*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Special Functions**,*umumenu***Re: Special Functions**,*umumenu***Re: Special Functions**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Special Functions**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: Special Functions**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Special Functions**,*Han de Bruijn*

**Re: Special Functions**,*erg***Re: Special Functions**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Special Functions**,*erg***Re: Special Functions**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Special Functions**,*erg***Re: Special Functions**,*Dik T. Winter***Re: Special Functions**,*erg***Re: Special Functions**,*Dik T. Winter***Re: Special Functions**,*David C . Ullrich*

**Re: Special Functions**,*Dik T. Winter***Re: Special Functions**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Special Functions**,*erg*

**Re: Special Functions**,*erg*

**Re: elliptic movement?-**,*JEMebius***The factoring method JSH *should* have discovered**,*Tim Smith***Re: The factoring method JSH *should* have discovered**,*OwlHoot***Re: The factoring method JSH *should* have discovered**,*John Roberts-Jones***Re: The factoring method JSH *should* have discovered**,*Tim Peters***Re: The factoring method JSH *should* have discovered**,*pumpledumplekins***Re: The factoring method JSH *should* have discovered**,*Bill Dubuque*

**Re: Prove normed vector space L1 is complete using theorem if every absolutely summable sequence...**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Linearly independent vectors/mystery behind it**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Linearly independent vectors/mystery behind it**,*Nimo***Re: Linearly independent vectors/mystery behind it**,*David C . Ullrich*

**Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*Gottfried Helms***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*amy666*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*G. A. Edgar***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*mike3***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*amy666***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*mike3***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*amy666***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*mike3***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*G. A. Edgar***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*galathaea***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*galathaea***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*G. A. Edgar***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*Henryk Trappmann***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*Gottfried Helms***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*mike3***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*Gottfried Helms***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*Gottfried Helms***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*alainverghote@xxxxxxxxx***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*Gottfried Helms***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*Ilya Chernyh***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*Gottfried Helms***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*Ilya Chernyh***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*Gottfried Helms***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*Ilya Chernyh***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*Henryk Trappmann***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*Henryk Trappmann***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*mike3***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*Henryk Trappmann***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*mike3***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*Ioannis***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*mike3***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*Ioannis***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*mike3***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*galathaea***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*galathaea***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*amy666***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*G. A. Edgar***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*Henryk Trappmann***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*amy666***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*Ioannis***Re: Why is the tetration so much harder to extend than the factorial?**,*amy666*

**Junior, behave yourself!**,*Clifford Nelson***Re: Junior, behave yourself!**,*William Elliot***Re: Junior, behave yourself!**,*Clifford Nelson***Re: Junior, behave yourself!**,*William Elliot***Re: Junior, behave yourself!**,*galathaea*

**Need help on combinatorial problem**,*Alpha***Re: Need help on combinatorial problem**,*achille***Re: Need help on combinatorial problem**,*achille***Re: Need help on combinatorial problem**,*achille***Re: Need help on combinatorial problem**,*Alpha***Re: Need help on combinatorial problem**,*achille***Re: Need help on combinatorial problem**,*achille***Re: Need help on combinatorial problem**,*Alpha***Re: Need help on combinatorial problem**,*achille***Re: Need help on combinatorial problem**,*achille***Re: Need help on combinatorial problem**,*Alpha***Re: Need help on combinatorial problem**,*Alpha***Re: Need help on combinatorial problem**,*achille***Re: Need help on combinatorial problem**,*Alpha***Re: Need help on combinatorial problem**,*Alpha*

**Re: How do we arrive at this no. of possible permutes**,*Butch Malahide***Re: JSH: Step by step through the factoring algorithm**,*MichaelW***Re: JSH: Step by step through the factoring algorithm**,*Tim Smith***Re: JSH: Step by step through the factoring algorithm**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Step by step through the factoring algorithm**,*MichaelW**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available***Re: JSH: Step by step through the factoring algorithm**,*Jesse F. Hughes**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available***Re: JSH: Step by step through the factoring algorithm**,*Tim Peters**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available***Re: JSH: Step by step through the factoring algorithm**,*Joshua Cranmer***Re: JSH: Step by step through the factoring algorithm**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Step by step through the factoring algorithm**,*Mark Murray***Re: JSH: Step by step through the factoring algorithm**,*Joshua Cranmer**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available***Re: JSH: Step by step through the factoring algorithm**,*Tim Little**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available***Re: JSH: Step by step through the factoring algorithm**,*mike3***Re: JSH: Step by step through the factoring algorithm**,*Mark Murray**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available***Re: JSH: Step by step through the factoring algorithm**,*Tim Smith***Re: JSH: Step by step through the factoring algorithm**,*marcus_bruckner***Re: JSH: Step by step through the factoring algorithm**,*Peter**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available***Re: JSH: Step by step through the factoring algorithm**,*MichaelW***Re: JSH: Step by step through the factoring algorithm**,*mike3***Re: JSH: Step by step through the factoring algorithm**,*rossum***Re: JSH: Step by step through the factoring algorithm**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Step by step through the factoring algorithm**,*corklebath***Re: JSH: Step by step through the factoring algorithm**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Step by step through the factoring algorithm**,*Tim Little*

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**Re: JSH: Step by step through the factoring algorithm**,*pubkeybreaker*

**Re: Superfunction provides iteration (was Re: Continuous iteration of another quadratic map)**,*mike3***pennergame schnell an geld,schnell einfach geld verdienen,geld verdienen at,schnell geld zu verdienen,online poker geld verdienen,poker online spielen free,online casinos geld verdienen,**,*kipper7620312***ODE problem**,*Carl R.***Re: ODE problem**,*achille***Re: ODE problem**,*William Elliot***Re: ODE problem**,*W^3***Re: ODE problem**,*Ken Pledger***Re: ODE problem**,*\\frac{1}{R}\\sqrt{\\frac{L}{C}}*- <Possible follow-ups>
**ODE problem**,*Javac***Re: ODE problem**,*Torsten Hennig***Re: ODE problem**,*se16***Re: ODE problem**,*Arnold***Re: ODE problem**,*Torsten Hennig*

**Re: ODE problem**,*Javac***Re: ODE problem**,*Ray Vickson*

**ODE problem**,*Javac***Re: ODE problem**,*Ray Vickson*

**Does one need BIJECTION to define CARDINALITY?**,*William Elliot***sexuall math**,*buzylips***any body know sexual life about science**,*buzylips***sexual links here**,*buzylips***health is welth**,*buzylips***good links for knowledge**,*buzylips***Re: Historyu of the integral of secant**,*Matt*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Historyu of the integral of secant**,*Robert Israel***Re: Historyu of the integral of secant**,*Michael Press*

**Re: Mystery increases**,*The Sortov Institute***taylor theorem or summatization**,*Dave***Re: Does one need BIJECTION to define CARDINALITY?, Was Re: Definition of a bijection**,*Virgil***Re: Does one need BIJECTION to define CARDINALITY?, Was Re: Definition of a bijection**,*Ronald Bruck*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Does one need BIJECTION to define CARDINALITY?, Was Re: Definition of a bijection**,*Dik T. Winter*

**Re: History of the integral of secant**,*rdecker*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: History of the integral of secant**,*Stephen J. Herschkorn***Re: History of the integral of secant**,*Robert Israel***Re: History of the integral of secant**,*user923005*

**Re: History of the integral of secant**,*scattered***Re: History of the integral of secant**,*Michael Press*

**Re: Question on sums of roots of integers-**,*Gauss Euler***Re: Question on sums of roots of integers-**,*Gerry Myerson*

**Re: Complex Heuristics**,*galathaea*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Complex Heuristics**,*umumenu***Re: Complex Heuristics**,*Ken Pledger***Re: Complex Heuristics**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: Complex Heuristics**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: Complex Heuristics**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: Complex Heuristics**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Complex Heuristics**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: Complex Heuristics**,*David C . Ullrich***Re: Complex Heuristics**,*Han de Bruijn*

**Re: Complex Heuristics**,*Don Stockbauer***Re: Complex Heuristics**,*Han de Bruijn***Re: Complex Heuristics**,*Don Stockbauer*

**Re: an axiom is...?**,*Mensanator*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: an axiom is...?**,*T.H. Ray***Re: an axiom is...?**,*Tim Little***Re: an axiom is...?**,*T.H. Ray***Re: an axiom is...?**,*William Hale***Re: an axiom is...?**,*Aatu Koskensilta***Re: an axiom is...?**,*William Hale***Re: an axiom is...?**,*William Hale***Re: an axiom is...?**,*Tim Little***Re: an axiom is...?**,*T.H. Ray***Re: an axiom is...?**,*Tim Little*

**Re: an axiom is...?**,*Bill Dubuque***Re: an axiom is...?**,*Mensanator*

**Re: an axiom is...?**,*Peter Webb***Re: an axiom is...?**,*Mensanator***Re: an axiom is...?**,*Tim Little***Re: an axiom is...?**,*berry***Re: an axiom is...?**,*Mensanator*

**Get instructor's solutions manual**,*carter***rabbit redux (multisection, modular forms, and lambert series)**,*galathaea***Re: elliptic movement?**,*Chip Eastham***Re: A* / what does this represents?**,*Nimo***Re: minimum value f(a,b)**,*KY***Re: Extraction of a subsequence of functions**,*W^3*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Extraction of a subsequence of functions**,*David C . Ullrich*

**Re: Symmetrized complex space**,*Graven Water*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Symmetrized complex space**,*Graven Water***Re: Symmetrized complex space**,*Mariano Suárez-Alvarez*

**Re: Symmetrized complex space**,*Graven Water***Re: Symmetrized complex space**,*Graven Water*

**Re: A gcd proposition**,*Bill Dubuque*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: A gcd proposition**,*galathaea*

**Re: Puzzling Question on Job Application**,*pauldepstein*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Puzzling Question on Job Application**,*allenp . thornton***Re: Puzzling Question on Job Application**,*pauldepstein*

**Re: Puzzling Question on Job Application**,*Jonathan Groves***Re: Puzzling Question on Job Application**,*rdecker***Re: Puzzling Question on Job Application**,*Jonathan Groves***Re: Puzzling Question on Job Application**,*galathaea*

**Re: Puzzling Question on Job Application**,*fishfry*

**Re: JSH: Mystery increases**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Mystery increases**,*Joshua Cranmer***Re: JSH: Mystery increases**,*Tim Peters***Re: JSH: Mystery increases**,*KMF***Re: JSH: Mystery increases**,*marcus_bruckner*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: JSH: Mystery increases**,*Joshua Cranmer***Re: JSH: Mystery increases**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Mystery increases**,*Joshua Cranmer***Re: JSH: Mystery increases**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Mystery increases**,*Joshua Cranmer***Re: JSH: Mystery increases**,*Tim Smith*

**Re: JSH: Mystery increases**,*rossum***Re: JSH: Mystery increases**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Mystery increases**,*Tim Smith***Re: JSH: Mystery increases**,*rossum***Re: JSH: Mystery increases**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Mystery increases**,*rossum***Re: JSH: Mystery increases**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Mystery increases**,*Joshua Cranmer***Re: JSH: Mystery increases**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Mystery increases**,*Tim Smith***Re: JSH: Mystery increases**,*Owen Jacobson***Re: JSH: Mystery increases**,*Gib Bogle***Re: JSH: Mystery increases**,*Owen Jacobson***Re: JSH: Mystery increases**,*rossum**Message not available**Message not available**Message not available***Re: JSH: Mystery increases**,*rossum***Re: JSH: Mystery increases**,*Tim Smith***Re: JSH: Mystery increases**,*JSH***Re: JSH: Mystery increases**,*Tim Smith***Re: JSH: Mystery increases**,*Tim Little*

**Re: JSH: Mystery increases**,*mike3***Re: JSH: Mystery increases**,*Jens Stueckelberger*

**Re: Normal subgroups and quotient groups**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Normal subgroups and quotient groups**,*goodchild . trevor*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Normal subgroups and quotient groups**,*Arturo Magidin*