AND which one?What gods?
Bob
Math is embedded within the integers themselves. For example did you know that the probability that two "randomly chosen" numbers are coprime is in fact 6/π^2?
#include <math.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <time.h>
typedef unsigned long word;
word gcd(word first, word second) {
if (!second)
return first;
return gcd(second, first % second);
}
word generate(void) {
const int bits = sizeof(word) * 8;
word result = 0;
int count = bits;
while (count--) {
result <<= 1;
int toss = rand() & 1;
result |= toss;
}
return result;
}
int main(void) {
srand(time(NULL));
word coprime = 0;
word total = 0;
for (;;) {
if (gcd(generate(), generate()) == 1)
++coprime;
double estimate = 1 / sqrt(coprime / (6 * (double)++total));
printf(" %.12g\n", estimate);
}
}
The god fearing people I know don't know diddly about mathematics. The mathematicians I know could care less what god thinks.If this post question is true, that makes me believe gods really do hate me after all.
Of course he can. As a degreed applied mathematics student, it’s obvious that for very large values of 2 and very small values of 5, 2 + 2 = 5 !The mathematician cannot force the issue by inventing a new property say that 2 + 2 = 5 and then forcing the universe to conform to his formulation.
I see what you did there, so GOD Theistically is imaginary, thats actually funny. lolOf course he can. As a degreed applied mathematics student, it’s obvious that for very large values of 2 and very small values of 5, 2 + 2 = 5 !
To say differently, is just a round-off error introduced by Engineers.
So let's say that all the integers are actually random variables with a mean that is the value of the integer with a standard deviation (σ) of 1/3, then there would be a fairly decent probability that 2 + 2 would be close to 5Of course he can. As a degreed applied mathematics student, it’s obvious that for very large values of 2 and very small values of 5, 2 + 2 = 5 !
To say differently, is just a round-off error introduced by Engineers.
Mathematics is the language in which physical reality is described but Mathematics doesn't need to conform to reality.Of course he can. As a degreed applied mathematics student, it’s obvious that for very large values of 2 and very small values of 5, 2 + 2 = 5 !
To say differently, is just a round-off error introduced by Engineers.
So, I will address this post with one comment, that this is not a form of Religion nor am I willing to extend it, this post is not the point of the discussion.Math is the language of capitalists indeed... :-/
For the main God ,there's no limitation like us in time-space domain .
For land Gods , partial limitations should be considered.
If I has nothing to do with religion, what does your question mean? Perhaps you could phrase it with words not tied to religious beliefs.Stay on Topic, Is Math the Language of the Gods.