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Write Algebraic Expressions from Statements: Form ax+b and a(x+b)

This video explains how to write algebraic expressions from statements.

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Raspberry Springtime Lemonade

Oh, the things I might show you

The pleasures you might experience

If only life were like that

If our judgments weren’t pretense.

Oh, the things I could tell you… 63 more words

Schnit N Shnivalry

Time-Evolution in Quantum Mechanics is a “Flow” in the (Abstract) Space of Automorphisms of the Algebra of Observables

In quantum mechanics, time is not a geometrical flow. Time-evolution is characterized as a transformation that preserves the algebraic relations between physical observables. If at a time t = 0 an observable – say the angular momentum L(0) – is defined as a certain combination (product and sum) of some other observables – for instance positions X(0), Y (0) and momenta PX (0), PY (0), that is to say… 325 more words

Philosophy Of Science

Diophantine Approximation: Liouville’s Theorem

Diophantine approximation deals with the approximation of real numbers by rational numbers.

Liouville’s Theorem

In the 1840’s Liouville obtained the first lower bound for the approximation of algebraic numbers: 169 more words

Mathematics

Transcendental Numbers

A transcendental number is a number that is real or complex, but it not algebraic, meaning that it is not the root of a polynomial with non-zero integer coefficients. 223 more words

Mathematics