Stop trying to break math...

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Razzcastic

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12-14-2013

If you want to break math, go jump "into" a point of singularity.


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Mecha KhaZix

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12-14-2013

black holes tho


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Daedalus871

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12-14-2013

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If you want to break math, go jump "into" a point of singularity.
***** plz. I integrate Sin(x)/x for fun.


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Greenwheel

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Razzcastic

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black holes tho
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a point of singularity
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Sad Ambulances

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12-14-2013

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NarReT5X

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12-14-2013

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in my defense i only got 5 hours of sleep before they took that photo


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Razzcastic

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***** plz. I integrate Sin(x)/x for fun.
Come back to me when you start dealing with Legendre Polynomials and Bessel Functions to make differential equations solvable and then I'll commend you.


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Greenwheel

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12-14-2013

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Come back to me when you start dealing with Legendre Polynomials and Bessel Functions to make differential equations solvable and then I'll commend you.
i haven't played that pokemon....really only played red and blue


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XSwagSwagYoloX

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12-14-2013

if you divide infinity by 0 you get 1 because they can be interpreted as inverse functions of one another and you always get the identity when you do f(g(x))


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