- 23 Aug '03 18:51

- they are all on the same line*Originally posted by belgianfreak***find the connection between these words:**

mug elf kid low wag age hop eat tag

- they are all writen by belgianfreak

- they all consist out of three letters (I personaly want to thank TheMaster37 for discovering that)

and last but not least

- they are all annoying me cause I can't see which connection is ment

- 24 Aug '03 22:00

There are at least two people here who study math...*Originally posted by belgianfreak***bump**

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. - 25 Aug '03 07:15

The Master and I both study math. (at least that's what we should do here instead of posting in the forums )*Originally posted by royalchicken***And who might they be? If you're one, get a star and get in the Cult of Maths!**

Perhaps now is a good time to become a member. Who doesn't want to be in the Cult of Maths. I haven't got a creditcard nor a us bank account though, so it might take some while. - 25 Aug '03 16:17

I'm interested in tha areas of financial mathematics, which is for the most part about stochastics. But also geometry interests me.*Originally posted by royalchicken***What areas of math interest you in particular?**

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. - 25 Aug '03 19:47

I 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.*Originally posted by Fiathahel***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.