Rach 2, movement I: The restatement of the first theme against the piano's alla marcia theme. Breathtaking, and one of the best musical climaxes I've heard.

Rhapsody in Blue: The Eb grandioso before the restatement of the main theme that ends the piece. Also, the clarinet gliss.

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- Tue Sep 02, 2014 12:03 am UTC
- Forum: Music
- Topic: Perfect Moments In Music
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- Mon Sep 01, 2014 2:56 am UTC
- Forum: Forum Games
- Topic: Bad Translator!
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### Re: Bad Translator!

Original text:

"No man is an island. "

...27 translations later, Bing gives us:

"What ever."

"No man is an island. "

...27 translations later, Bing gives us:

"What ever."

- Mon Sep 01, 2014 1:35 am UTC
- Forum: Forum Games
- Topic: Your number is, in fact, not bigger!
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### Re: My number is, in fact, bigger!

The largest possible number is, in fact, 45,000,000,000. No way to beat it, unless 45,000,000,001 is proven to exist.

- Thu Jan 10, 2013 5:20 am UTC
- Forum: Mathematics
- Topic: Rotating Tesseract Thoughts
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### Rotating Tesseract Thoughts

Just something I was thinking about while driving home from school. This may already be common sense, so bear with me. I constantly think about how beings that live in 2 dimensions would perceive a cube in an attempt to relate to how we would perceive 4 dimensional shapes like the tesseract. In part...

- Mon Dec 24, 2012 4:20 pm UTC
- Forum: Mathematics
- Topic: i = -i?
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### Re: i = -i?

FancyHat wrote:(-1)^{2}=1^{2}

=> ((-1)^{2})^{1/2}=(1^{2})^{1/2}

=> (-1)^{2(1/2)}=1^{2(1/2)}

=> (-1)^{1}=1^{1}

=> -1=1.

I DON'T THINK SO.

The last line made me laugh more than it should have.

Also, nice proof. I'll keep this in mind for the next time I see my friend.

- Mon Dec 24, 2012 12:58 am UTC
- Forum: Mathematics
- Topic: i = -i?
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### Re: i = -i?

Looks like I was very distracted while writing my last answer... and made two rather elementary errors... Only to add something about your thoughs about numbers having two roots: I don't know if you learnt this, but to a n-root, there's always n complex (real or imaginary) numbers that satisfy that...

- Mon Dec 24, 2012 12:44 am UTC
- Forum: Mathematics
- Topic: i = -i?
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### Re: i = -i?

In the second line, an "√-1" appears from nothing, I think it's the greatest error in the first proof. i = /-1 -1 = /-1 * /-1 That's where all three come from. About the second proof, it goes as following: √2*√2 = √-2*√-2 √(2*2) = √(-2*-2) √4 = √4 There's nothing wrong about that. But tha...

- Mon Dec 24, 2012 12:25 am UTC
- Forum: Mathematics
- Topic: i = -i?
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### i = -i?

A friend of mine once offered this proof (/x will equal the square root of x, to make this more readable): i * -1 /-1 * /-1 */-1 /(-1 * -1 * -1) /-1 i therefore i = -i I disagreed, saying that if we could multiply negatives together under radicals like that, and that you have to get the i outside th...

- Sun Dec 23, 2012 6:31 am UTC
- Forum: Mathematics
- Topic: How did you calculate pi?
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### Re: How did you calculate pi?

Yeah, I just realized how dumb I sounded. Derp.

It's like my brain mixed the impossibility of exact measurements with the impossibility of representing an irrational number as a ratio of two rational numbers, and spat out the reply seen above.

It's like my brain mixed the impossibility of exact measurements with the impossibility of representing an irrational number as a ratio of two rational numbers, and spat out the reply seen above.

- Sun Dec 23, 2012 4:26 am UTC
- Forum: Mathematics
- Topic: How did you calculate pi?
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### Re: How did you calculate pi?

I would calculate Pi by measuring the circumference and diameter of a circle, and then dividing them. A piece of string is a good thing for measuring the circumference with. Another way you can do it is to measure the volume and radius of a sphere. You could measure the volume by displacing some wa...

- Sun Dec 23, 2012 2:45 am UTC
- Forum: Your art and links
- Topic: 5 xkcd Animations
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### Re: 5 xkcd Animations

Very cool, I love the work you put into them

- Sun Dec 23, 2012 2:40 am UTC
- Forum: Your art and links
- Topic: Lego creations!
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### Re: Lego creations!

Gaydar2000SE wrote:It didn't make this, but it's essentially quite funny:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cYw2ewoO6c4

THE LEGO TURING MACHINE, READ WRITE, CAN TEST IF 5 IS ODD OR EVEN.

This is amazing .

- Sun Dec 23, 2012 2:32 am UTC
- Forum: Your art and links
- Topic: Secret of Mana field theme on guitars & flute
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### Re: Secret of Mana field theme on guitars & flute

This was awesome! I only play piano and oboe. Piano you can use for a variety of video game music, oboe not so much.

- Sun Dec 23, 2012 2:30 am UTC
- Forum: Your art and links
- Topic: Rationalized Insanity- my webcomic
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### Re: Rationalized Insanity- my webcomic

I particularly liked the Toothfairy one. I shall now become a regular follower of this webcomic

- Sun Dec 23, 2012 2:28 am UTC
- Forum: Your art and links
- Topic: Post Your Doodles
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### Re: Post Your Doodles

That was a fun Biology class... menger0001.jpg sierpinski0001.jpg Other random doodles and a roman Pascal's Triangle: digitalizar0002.jpg digitalizar0001.jpg I've never considered a Roman Pascal's Triangle, actually. Cool idea. Most of my doodles end up as scribbles. Most of my boredom is spent att...

- Sun Dec 23, 2012 2:21 am UTC
- Forum: Your art and links
- Topic: Music Composition Thread
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### Music Composition Thread

Does anyone else here compose music? If so, post links to it here. I use Noteflight, which has the advantage of being cheap and online, and the disadvantage of not having the best of sounds (the saxophones are particularly awful). Fortunately, because it's online, it's rather simple to share music. ...

- Sun Dec 23, 2012 1:45 am UTC
- Forum: Mathematics
- Topic: How did you calculate pi?
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### Re: How did you calculate pi?

That said, your geometrical reasoning is right. I wonder if it's possible to get an expression for pi without a hidden pi in it. (Mmmm... hidden pi.) I think you have to avoid using angles, since this will end up introducing pi through the 2π radians in a full rotation. I haven't figured it out aft...

- Sat Dec 22, 2012 11:01 pm UTC
- Forum: Mathematics
- Topic: How did you calculate pi?
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### How did you calculate pi?

Every respectable math-nerd must have worked out some method for calculating pi at some point, most likely out of boredom. So, what did you come up with? I represented pi as a limit of the perimeter of an infinitely-sided regular polygon circumscribed in a circle with a radius of 1, over 2, which ca...

- Mon Dec 10, 2012 7:13 am UTC
- Forum: Gaming
- Topic: Cool games on the interweb redux
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### Re: Cool games on the interweb redux

This may have already been posted, but if you enjoy the Submachine series, definitely check out Daymare Town (it's by the same creator). It's like a much more difficult Submachine with a creepier artstyle.

- Sun Dec 09, 2012 5:11 am UTC
- Forum: Gaming
- Topic: Point-and-click games
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### Point-and-click games

Discuss point-and-click games here. I'm a particular fan of Skutnik's works.

- Sun Dec 09, 2012 4:23 am UTC
- Forum: Religious Wars
- Topic: Opera, Chrome, Firefox, OR?
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### Re: Opera, Chrome, Firefox, OR?

I prefer Maxthon, although I'm saying this as someone who's by no means a computer expert. It's simply the fastest of all the browsers I've tried, and mouse-gestures are a huge boon.

- Sun Dec 09, 2012 2:17 am UTC
- Forum: Mathematics
- Topic: Some troubles with logarithms...
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### Re: Some troubles with logarithms...

1 is probably meant to be solved using guess and check style calculations. There are better ways to go about it, the Lambert-W function, but its not something that you should worry about. 2 is a bit tricky. If X = f(x) and you have an equation of the form a(f(x))^2 + b(f(x)) + c = 0, then its a qua...

- Sun Dec 09, 2012 1:49 am UTC
- Forum: Mathematics
- Topic: Some troubles with logarithms...
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### Re: Some troubles with logarithms...

They're just problems out of a math book. I'm doing them for homework. What sort of maths book? Is it a book on calculus? What's the topic these problems come under? It's a book called "Advanced Mathematics" by Richard Brown. The subtitle reads: "Precalculus with Discrete Mathematics...

- Sun Dec 09, 2012 1:34 am UTC
- Forum: Mathematics
- Topic: Some troubles with logarithms...
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### Re: Some troubles with logarithms...

They're just problems out of a math book. I'm doing them for homework.

- Sun Dec 09, 2012 1:23 am UTC
- Forum: Mathematics
- Topic: Some troubles with logarithms...
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### Some troubles with logarithms...

I'm a PreCalculus newb, and am having a bit of trouble on my homework. The book literally has no explanation for any of this. 1. Given: x^x = pi. Find the value of x to the nearest hundredth. I can't figure out any way to solve this using logarithms or some algebraic method. I ended up brute-forcing...

- Sun Nov 25, 2012 8:16 am UTC
- Forum: Mathematics
- Topic: How would YOU represent Graham's number?
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### How would YOU represent Graham's number?

The best I can find is 64 stacks of Knuth's Up Arrows that define how many arrows are in the stack directly above it. There's a three on each side of the list of arrows, which is already huge at the second layer. So, even the most capable notation of hyper-operators I'm aware of needs the help of st...