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post #1 of 37 Old 01-29-2007, 07:47 AM Thread Starter
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Math Q - who knows limits...

I know this could be in the pics section, but I really want to know.
Me and my bro-in-law are both engineers and we have different answers..

we differ on what "i" is....

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post #2 of 37 Old 01-29-2007, 08:22 AM
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I would say that in this instance "i" would be the imaginary unit.
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that looks familiar....lemme do a little research....im going with an imaginary # like FAF said....

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hahahaha...love the memo!

full ahead hard and fast....
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V=IR

where I = current!




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nice....i have no clue...lol
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It would have to mean imaginary. Reason being that his summation is for the variable n. Also he does not have that term paired with a summation sign .

You two are engineers and couldn't figure his out?!?!?! I'm an aerospace.
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I guess I'm not as dumb as i thunked i wuz??
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I'd agree it was the imaginary number "i". Interestingly, the last part would read "sum of all (n=1 to infinity) equations where 1 is divided by two times n". Since "n" is infinite, the equation effectively becomes zero. However, since it's also an infinite sum, it's also an infinite number! Translation - it's a check for an unlimited amount of money.
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