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You should be able to solve this.
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>>100229114
I could maybe, like, six years ago. Wasn't useful in life, it seems.
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>>100229114
I don't do math

company policy

fuck that shit
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>>100229114

Jesus christ does the main girl remind me of that one hentai I fapped to

Picked up at the speed of Space Dandy Meow shitposting
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>>100229114
It looks like some physics problem, but I think it needs more context to be solved?
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>>100229864
That's calculus.
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>>100229864
its probably some proof
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>>100229894
What's the inverse delta?
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>>100229935
del function
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>teaching vector calculus in highschool
those japs man
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>>100229114
What practical real life purpose does making random symbols on a chalk-board have? Did math nerds just get bored one day and decided to make complex math just for the sake of doing more math?
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>>100229935
Nabla (or del) operator
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looks like a differential equation the giveaway is obviously the differential and the 1,2,3 which are values to be solved for
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>mfw high school dropout
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You should be able to solve this.
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>>100230177
You have a robotic arm with 3 joints, and a motor at each joint. How much torque do you need from each motor to have a resulting force of x on the manipulator. Given the angles the arm is currently at and various other information, you can use the "ridiculous" equations to actually simplify it greatly.
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>>100230581

Good thing I don't have a fucking robotic arm.
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>>100230177
For 90% of population, they're useless.

For the remaining 10%, they're the coding language God used to create the world.
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That looks like fluid dynamics. Probably the derivation of the Navier-Stokes equation if i recall correctly. It's been a while.
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>>100230655
>he doesn't have a third robotic arm to masturbate with
>pleb detected
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>>100230689
More like 99.5% and 0.5%... Man, I need to relearn all this stuff in English, I only knew it ibRussian and that sucks balls. MIT OCW any good?
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Fuck no I can't. I can barely even do regular algebra anymore.
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>>100230689 #
More like 99.5% and 0.5%... Man, I need to relearn all this stuff in English, I only knew it in Russian and that sucks balls. MIT OCW any good?
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Whoever wrote that chalk board misread the instructions.

Just one thing from the first line: That should be "i,k ∈ {1,2,3}", not "i.k e {1,2,3}".
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>>100232025
But it is i,k ∈ {1,2,3} on the board.
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>>100232025
the symbol is right, it just looks too close

and i'm forgetting what physics formula this is
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>>100230578
1) .._____(37/3)
2) \/45.08 _
3) 36980\/5 - 3
4) 5
5) 10
What fucking math book is this?
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Isn't this similar to Euler equation?
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It's goddamn equation for the axis momentums in theoretical mechanics. Can't remember the name, 'cause it was quite long since I used one.
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>>100229114
>>100233042
To be completely correct, it's an equation of angular momentums for three dimensionsal object movement.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Angular_momentum Not a native English speaker, so called them "axis momentums" at first.
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>>100232799
How the fuck can 1) be a prime number/3 you dumb fucking nigger? Whether that ambiguous 2 1/3 is a mixed fraction or 2*(1/3) it's still going to be 7/3*16 or 2/3*16 not 37/3, I don't even want to know how you came up with that.

And 3) is wrong as well, 2/(root5)=(2/5)(root 5) not fucking 10(root 5)

Congratulations on getting 3/5 on an elementary school test retard.
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It's Tuesday, Xth day of the the month O, which year is it?
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>>100229708
>Broncos
Shitty team
Worst team
Any team but Broncos
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>>100229114
that's not hard once you know how to operate with curl and cross product.
I forgot how to do it since it's worthless
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>>100233599
2014.
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>>100233823
I just checked my calendar, none of the Tuesdays are Xth day of the month.
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>>100233546
Shit, you're right. Also, is that really the little kid's homework? I never watched this show.
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>>100229114
>Should
stop assuming that i'm a high-schooler ^_^
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>>100233217
Man I had to work with this a few weeks ago, didn't recognize it due to the different notation used, matrix/vector notation with dots as derivatives instead of nabla and partial differential notation. The use of other symbols doesn't help much either.
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>>100234770
>^_^
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>>100229114
Who the fuck uses D as a differential notation? What show is this? Did the girl just solve the problem?



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