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#58 - Bro the answer is DNE shut the **** up. If you wa…  [+] (2 new replies) 02/28/2015 on I wish I was this creative 0
User avatar #65 - anonymoose (03/01/2015) [-]
The extended complex plane has the property that -∞=∞ and therefore, lim(z/0)^- and lim(z/0)^+ have the same value and that value is just called ∞.

If you get the answer ∞ from lim (1/x-8) as x->8, you are working on the Extended Complex Plane. Stop trying to argue this. It is mathematical fact.
User avatar #64 - anonymoose (03/01/2015) [-]
EXTENDED
COMPLEX
PLANE!
#56 - why the **** would you use the extended complex p…  [+] (4 new replies) 02/28/2015 on I wish I was this creative 0
User avatar #57 - anonymoose (02/28/2015) [-]
I'm assuming they're using the extended complex plane because that's the answer you would get if you used the extended complex plane.

x^2=2 has no solution if you're working on the natural numbers, but if someone said the solution is sqrt(2) you wouldn't call them wrong, because (since we get an answer) we're not working with the natural numbers.
#58 - musicman (02/28/2015) [-]
Bro the answer is DNE shut the fuck up. If you want proof look at the fucking graph dipshit.
User avatar #65 - anonymoose (03/01/2015) [-]
The extended complex plane has the property that -∞=∞ and therefore, lim(z/0)^- and lim(z/0)^+ have the same value and that value is just called ∞.

If you get the answer ∞ from lim (1/x-8) as x->8, you are working on the Extended Complex Plane. Stop trying to argue this. It is mathematical fact.
User avatar #64 - anonymoose (03/01/2015) [-]
EXTENDED
COMPLEX
PLANE!
#54 - Bro just stop  [+] (6 new replies) 02/28/2015 on I wish I was this creative 0
User avatar #55 - anonymoose (02/28/2015) [-]
Wolfram Alpha works on the complex plane, not the extended complex plane.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Riemann_sphere read up nigga.
#56 - musicman (02/28/2015) [-]
why the fuck would you use the extended complex plain, if on a test you were to right down (infinity) you would be wrong. nowhere in the problem did it say that you should use complex plain. The answer is DNE plug it into any limit calculator and you will see.
User avatar #57 - anonymoose (02/28/2015) [-]
I'm assuming they're using the extended complex plane because that's the answer you would get if you used the extended complex plane.

x^2=2 has no solution if you're working on the natural numbers, but if someone said the solution is sqrt(2) you wouldn't call them wrong, because (since we get an answer) we're not working with the natural numbers.
#58 - musicman (02/28/2015) [-]
Bro the answer is DNE shut the fuck up. If you want proof look at the fucking graph dipshit.
User avatar #65 - anonymoose (03/01/2015) [-]
The extended complex plane has the property that -∞=∞ and therefore, lim(z/0)^- and lim(z/0)^+ have the same value and that value is just called ∞.

If you get the answer ∞ from lim (1/x-8) as x->8, you are working on the Extended Complex Plane. Stop trying to argue this. It is mathematical fact.
User avatar #64 - anonymoose (03/01/2015) [-]
EXTENDED
COMPLEX
PLANE!
#52 - but it only is 1/0 from the right. on the left it becomes -1/0…  [+] (8 new replies) 02/28/2015 on I wish I was this creative 0
User avatar #53 - anonymoose (02/28/2015) [-]
That's if you're working on the complex plane, not the extended complex plane.
User avatar #55 - anonymoose (02/28/2015) [-]
Wolfram Alpha works on the complex plane, not the extended complex plane.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Riemann_sphere read up nigga.
#56 - musicman (02/28/2015) [-]
why the fuck would you use the extended complex plain, if on a test you were to right down (infinity) you would be wrong. nowhere in the problem did it say that you should use complex plain. The answer is DNE plug it into any limit calculator and you will see.
User avatar #57 - anonymoose (02/28/2015) [-]
I'm assuming they're using the extended complex plane because that's the answer you would get if you used the extended complex plane.

x^2=2 has no solution if you're working on the natural numbers, but if someone said the solution is sqrt(2) you wouldn't call them wrong, because (since we get an answer) we're not working with the natural numbers.
#58 - musicman (02/28/2015) [-]
Bro the answer is DNE shut the fuck up. If you want proof look at the fucking graph dipshit.
User avatar #65 - anonymoose (03/01/2015) [-]
The extended complex plane has the property that -∞=∞ and therefore, lim(z/0)^- and lim(z/0)^+ have the same value and that value is just called ∞.

If you get the answer ∞ from lim (1/x-8) as x->8, you are working on the Extended Complex Plane. Stop trying to argue this. It is mathematical fact.
User avatar #64 - anonymoose (03/01/2015) [-]
EXTENDED
COMPLEX
PLANE!
#50 - No  [+] (10 new replies) 02/28/2015 on I wish I was this creative 0
User avatar #51 - anonymoose (02/28/2015) [-]
Yes.

If you're working on the extended complex plane (or Riemann sphere), ∞ is a value defined as z/0.

Since Lim x-8 as x->8 =0, lim 1/x-8 as x->8 = ∞
#52 - musicman (02/28/2015) [-]
but it only is 1/0 from the right. on the left it becomes -1/0. Then you have positive and negative infinite. when the left side does not equal the right side you are left with the limits answer being DNE.
You should take a calculus course, you learn this on the first day
User avatar #53 - anonymoose (02/28/2015) [-]
That's if you're working on the complex plane, not the extended complex plane.
User avatar #55 - anonymoose (02/28/2015) [-]
Wolfram Alpha works on the complex plane, not the extended complex plane.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Riemann_sphere read up nigga.
#56 - musicman (02/28/2015) [-]
why the fuck would you use the extended complex plain, if on a test you were to right down (infinity) you would be wrong. nowhere in the problem did it say that you should use complex plain. The answer is DNE plug it into any limit calculator and you will see.
User avatar #57 - anonymoose (02/28/2015) [-]
I'm assuming they're using the extended complex plane because that's the answer you would get if you used the extended complex plane.

x^2=2 has no solution if you're working on the natural numbers, but if someone said the solution is sqrt(2) you wouldn't call them wrong, because (since we get an answer) we're not working with the natural numbers.
#58 - musicman (02/28/2015) [-]
Bro the answer is DNE shut the fuck up. If you want proof look at the fucking graph dipshit.
User avatar #65 - anonymoose (03/01/2015) [-]
The extended complex plane has the property that -∞=∞ and therefore, lim(z/0)^- and lim(z/0)^+ have the same value and that value is just called ∞.

If you get the answer ∞ from lim (1/x-8) as x->8, you are working on the Extended Complex Plane. Stop trying to argue this. It is mathematical fact.
User avatar #64 - anonymoose (03/01/2015) [-]
EXTENDED
COMPLEX
PLANE!
#48 - yes it is Lim 1 x-> x-8 = …  [+] (12 new replies) 02/28/2015 on I wish I was this creative 0
User avatar #49 - anonymoose (02/28/2015) [-]
If you're working on the extended complex plain it equals ∞.
#50 - musicman (02/28/2015) [-]
No
User avatar #51 - anonymoose (02/28/2015) [-]
Yes.

If you're working on the extended complex plane (or Riemann sphere), ∞ is a value defined as z/0.

Since Lim x-8 as x->8 =0, lim 1/x-8 as x->8 = ∞
#52 - musicman (02/28/2015) [-]
but it only is 1/0 from the right. on the left it becomes -1/0. Then you have positive and negative infinite. when the left side does not equal the right side you are left with the limits answer being DNE.
You should take a calculus course, you learn this on the first day
User avatar #53 - anonymoose (02/28/2015) [-]
That's if you're working on the complex plane, not the extended complex plane.
User avatar #55 - anonymoose (02/28/2015) [-]
Wolfram Alpha works on the complex plane, not the extended complex plane.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Riemann_sphere read up nigga.
#56 - musicman (02/28/2015) [-]
why the fuck would you use the extended complex plain, if on a test you were to right down (infinity) you would be wrong. nowhere in the problem did it say that you should use complex plain. The answer is DNE plug it into any limit calculator and you will see.
User avatar #57 - anonymoose (02/28/2015) [-]
I'm assuming they're using the extended complex plane because that's the answer you would get if you used the extended complex plane.

x^2=2 has no solution if you're working on the natural numbers, but if someone said the solution is sqrt(2) you wouldn't call them wrong, because (since we get an answer) we're not working with the natural numbers.
#58 - musicman (02/28/2015) [-]
Bro the answer is DNE shut the fuck up. If you want proof look at the fucking graph dipshit.
User avatar #65 - anonymoose (03/01/2015) [-]
The extended complex plane has the property that -∞=∞ and therefore, lim(z/0)^- and lim(z/0)^+ have the same value and that value is just called ∞.

If you get the answer ∞ from lim (1/x-8) as x->8, you are working on the Extended Complex Plane. Stop trying to argue this. It is mathematical fact.
User avatar #64 - anonymoose (03/01/2015) [-]
EXTENDED
COMPLEX
PLANE!
#36 - The limit question is wrong though  [+] (14 new replies) 02/28/2015 on I wish I was this creative 0
User avatar #41 - anonymoose (02/28/2015) [-]
No it's not.
#48 - musicman (02/28/2015) [-]
yes it is
Lim 1
x-> x-8 = DNE
User avatar #49 - anonymoose (02/28/2015) [-]
If you're working on the extended complex plain it equals ∞.
#50 - musicman (02/28/2015) [-]
No
User avatar #51 - anonymoose (02/28/2015) [-]
Yes.

If you're working on the extended complex plane (or Riemann sphere), ∞ is a value defined as z/0.

Since Lim x-8 as x->8 =0, lim 1/x-8 as x->8 = ∞
#52 - musicman (02/28/2015) [-]
but it only is 1/0 from the right. on the left it becomes -1/0. Then you have positive and negative infinite. when the left side does not equal the right side you are left with the limits answer being DNE.
You should take a calculus course, you learn this on the first day
User avatar #53 - anonymoose (02/28/2015) [-]
That's if you're working on the complex plane, not the extended complex plane.
User avatar #55 - anonymoose (02/28/2015) [-]
Wolfram Alpha works on the complex plane, not the extended complex plane.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Riemann_sphere read up nigga.
#56 - musicman (02/28/2015) [-]
why the fuck would you use the extended complex plain, if on a test you were to right down (infinity) you would be wrong. nowhere in the problem did it say that you should use complex plain. The answer is DNE plug it into any limit calculator and you will see.
User avatar #57 - anonymoose (02/28/2015) [-]
I'm assuming they're using the extended complex plane because that's the answer you would get if you used the extended complex plane.

x^2=2 has no solution if you're working on the natural numbers, but if someone said the solution is sqrt(2) you wouldn't call them wrong, because (since we get an answer) we're not working with the natural numbers.
#58 - musicman (02/28/2015) [-]
Bro the answer is DNE shut the fuck up. If you want proof look at the fucking graph dipshit.
User avatar #65 - anonymoose (03/01/2015) [-]
The extended complex plane has the property that -∞=∞ and therefore, lim(z/0)^- and lim(z/0)^+ have the same value and that value is just called ∞.

If you get the answer ∞ from lim (1/x-8) as x->8, you are working on the Extended Complex Plane. Stop trying to argue this. It is mathematical fact.
User avatar #64 - anonymoose (03/01/2015) [-]
EXTENDED
COMPLEX
PLANE!
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