Originally posted by belgianfreak- they are all on the same line
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Originally posted by belgianfreakThere are at least two people here who study math...
come on people - are you only capable of hiding behind math that none of have studued and therefore have no hope of understaning. It's not that hard (honest), it just involves a touch of lateral thinking.
Originally posted by royalchickenThe Master and I both study math. (at least that's what we should do here instead of posting in the forums )
And who might they be? If you're one, get a star and get in the Cult of Maths!
Originally posted by royalchickenI'm interested in tha areas of financial mathematics, which is for the most part about stochastics. But also geometry interests me.
What areas of math interest you in particular?
Originally posted by FiathahelI don't think that's true in the general case. If D's near B, E's near C and F's near A, then AE and CD intersect near C, and AE and BF intersect near A.
I'm interested in tha areas of financial mathematics, which is for the most part about stochastics. But also geometry interests me.
Perhaps you know this. I've got a triangle ABC. On the line AB I take a point D, on BC I take E and on CA F. Show that if AE, BF, CD intersect in one point, AD/DB * BE/EC * CF/CA = 1.
It is easy to prove for some special cases, but I can't do it in general.