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A Real Mathematician - March 27, 2010
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It's funny, but it's a repeat.

Originality seems quite rare in mathematics.

What if I called it "Part 2"?

Hahah, well played. I didn't realize it was that long ago either. Thought it was more recent than #9.

I don't care if it is a repeat! An occasional Laplace transform joke is always welcome. :-))

Maybe you should have chosen a different transform this time.

hey! my calculator can transform! XD

mine too, here's the code:

:Return -1*∫(ft*e^(-s*t),t)|t=0

This is hilarious because I just learned about the laplace transform today in class. good times, good times...

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