At the end of the word you never use a long ſ, but a short s. ("Bio was ſo much fun with you, will miſs you!")
It looks long to me:
He's right, long s never goes on the end. It's like the sigma in Ancient Greek (don't know about modern Greek). I know this from reading early nineteenth century English mathsbooks! :)
Ah understood. I was simply just changing the fonts so didn't take that into consideration.
Why not a sign(x) function, that is -1 for x0 ?
@Stefano: Because sign and sine are homophones, Duh.
ε is getting smaller. :(
Hopefully it will stay positive, though (: But it's sadly true that $\epsilon$ is quite small at the moment :(
Hopefully it will stay positive, though (:
IKR :( I used to read 3 regularly: This, xkcd, and Abstruse Goose. Abstruse goose seems to have... vaporized.
Can I co-sign your your yearbook as well?? :D
Easy peasey! You can even use the same graph!