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  • By a(x,y) in The Movie Math Quiz - Part 5: the matrix is an identity matrix, and the face on top is supposed to represent a thief read in context
  • By Justin in The Movie Math Quiz - Part 5: 8 could also be Jumper. read in context
  • By Dvorak the Explorak in "Real" Job Interview - Part 4: I'd like to see that second fold pulled off... read in context
  • By Aravind in The Movie Math Quiz - Part 5: 6 is the seventh floor. it is the plot of floor function. read in context
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  • By Pirenz in MPF - Hats: 1) 3 reds and 1 blue 2) 2 reds and 2 blues 3) 1 red and 3 blues 4) All four are blue. I need help in the logic used for cases 2, 3, and 4, yet number 1 is obvious read in context
  • By Pirenz in MPF - Hats: What about there were 4 people and 7 stickers (3 red and 4 blue)? read in context
  • By Pirenz in Difference between sine and cosine: (After Andrew's visit to the beach) "Relax your tan and reciprocate it to a cot!" his friend recommended Lol! read in context
  • By Pirenz in Hexadecimal Grading: No! F means 15 while A means 10, research on Hexadecimal! read in context
  • By Pirenz in Things people do on pi day: Lol, there is no thirty-first of April! read in context
  • By James Dinh in The Movie Math Quiz - Part 5: Haven't heard of 21 and over but I know there is a movie called Grown Ups (with a sequel). read in context
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  • By Dirk in The Movie Math Quiz - Part 5: Most of them are pretty new read in context
  • By imallett in The Movie Math Quiz - Part 5: I can't figure out the "negative standard gravity" one? read in context
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  • By Grandswiss in The Movie Math Quiz - Part 5: 3 could also be "Infinity" (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0217571/) as the sum approaches infinity. 8 could be "The Staircase" (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0152588/) as it is the staircase function. read in context
  • By mfb in The Movie Math Quiz - Part 5: 8 could also be The Seventh Floor (it is the floor function). Why is 6 limitless? We don't know if the limit exists for that function. read in context
  • By David M. Hartzell in The Movie Math Quiz - Part 5: The Seven Steps, I think (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2036464/) read in context
  • By dook in The Movie Math Quiz - Part 5: I don't know any of these movies except Gravity ._. read in context
  • By Dirk in The Movie Math Quiz - Part 5: SPOILERS! 1. Edge of Tomorrow 2. Gravity 3. Divergent 4. Identity Thief 5. Source Code 6. Limitless 7. The Gray 8. ?Step Up? 9. 21 and Over 10. Need for Speed (very clever, the absolute sign!) read in context
  • By HGoodwyn in The Movie Math Quiz - Part 5: I think I used the third one (the harmonic one) before this ;) read in context
  • By David Morgan-Mar in Difference between sine and cosine: I re-used this comic under Creative Commons at Lightning Made of Owls. Thanks for licensing! read in context
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  • By Pirenz in Happy Tau Day: The denominator is half! read in context
  • By Pirenz in Linear Algebra Problems: Haha! Good one! Imaginary numbers are real numbers multiplied by the imaginary unit! So bi where i=sqrt(-1) Complex numbers are in the form of a+bi and are the basis of the complex plane read in context
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  • By Pirenz in Linear Algebra Problems: I am sorry if I replied a bit late... read in context
  • By Pirenz in Linear Algebra Problems: You're welcome! Glad you understand it now! read in context
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