The Math 'tree'

Discussion in 'Math' started by amilton542, Apr 28, 2012.

  1. amilton542

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    How can I put this into words...basically, I'm after the Math 'tree' for my own benefit, because I want to see how it all, let's say, 'branches-out' from one another so I know where it leads to.

    I would be very grateful if someone could post a link or put together a diagram on their own half in order for me to print-off and document.

    Thank you
     
  2. DerStrom8

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    Here you go--knock yourself out! :D:p

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  3. amilton542

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    Ah man, I hate these kind of diagrams!

    Unfortunately, I'm a perfectionist so I will need to re-do this diagram but in neat.

    Thank you Derstrom!
     
  4. DerStrom8

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    Hahaha, Good luck with that! :D:D:D
     
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  5. RRITESH KAKKAR

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    very nice figure, great deep work!!
     
  6. studiot

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    Very pretty DS.

    Was this your own invention?
     
  7. DerStrom8

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    No, I'm afraid I cannot take credit for this. I came across it some time ago on the internet and just had to share it :D
     
  8. studiot

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    Perhaps you'd like to amend it to include symmetry? and statistics?

    And seeing the nature of the topics listed Noether's Theorem?
     
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  9. steveb

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    We should make one like it just for electronics. :rolleyes:
     
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  10. DerStrom8

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    Whaddaya say, amilton542? :D

    Definitely! I elect you to do it :D:p Hahahaha!
     
  11. amilton542

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    Statistics is opposite probability. Symmetry's absent.

    If somebody feels the urge to make a calculated attempt to precisely pin-point 'what and where', then it needs to be done.
     
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