i know buddy, me too
Picture of the complex plane, with algebraic numbers colored by their degree.
A complex number z is “algebraic” is it is the root of an integer polynomial (i.e. if P(z) = 0 for some polynomial P with integer coefficients). The “degree” of z is the minimal degree of all such polynomials. For example, sqrt(D) is algebraic of degree 2, because it is is the root of the polynomial x^2 - D.
A complex number which is not algebraic is “transcendental” (e.g. pi).
Anonymous asked homestuckresources:make both of the “is there a good chance of us finding the burger king” ask and the “i found the burger king” ask rebloggble together
yeah i think this deserves to be rebloggable tbh holy fucking shit
what’s funny is that burger king is gone, now it’s a chick-fil-a.
|—||Calculus professor about the Divergence and Stoke’s theorem (via mathprofessorquotes)|
so i went for a run for the first time in at least nine months, maybe a year.
|—||Jack London (via writingbox)|
if you’re going to try to seduce me please do not bother with ‘sexy’ clothes or lingerie just put on a starfleet uniform it will work much much better
There’s something wonderful about Marvin Bileck’s minimal illustrations for All About the Stars.
pretty origami :)
truly the most beautiful thing i have folded of late.