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While attending the prestigious ASU Math-Science Honors Program a student scribbled in his test booklet an answer that is supposedly true in quasi-static quantum singularities;

If f(x)=e^2x + e^-2x, then in n-dimensional subspaces of a 12-dimensional multi-versus the derivative of f(x) is as follows;

f'(x)=0.

But... we don't exist in singularities, so the answer was marked wrong.

If f(x)=e^2x + e^-2x, then in n-dimensional subspaces of a 12-dimensional multi-versus the derivative of f(x) is as follows;

f'(x)=0.

But... we don't exist in singularities, so the answer was marked wrong.

"Dude, you should just use Minh's Theorem."

"I used Minh's Theorem... once..."

"I used Minh's Theorem... once..."

by ron2d2
July 24, 2009