Thread: 1=i, 2=?, 3=e, 4=a, 5=s, 6=b, 7=t....

1. 1=i, 2=?, 3=e, 4=a, 5=s, 6=b, 7=t....

so what does 2=
8=
9=
wh47 15 7h15 c0d3 + wh3r3 d035 17 c0m3 fr0m?

2. Re: 1=i, 2=?, 3=e, 4=a, 5=s, 6=b, 7=t....

7h15 15 l33t sp33ch!!!

9 is g

3. Re: 1=i, 2=?, 3=e, 4=a, 5=s, 6=b, 7=t....

I don't belive 2 equals anything. Really it should be i=1, e = 3, etc ...

4. Re: 1=i, 2=?, 3=e, 4=a, 5=s, 6=b, 7=t....

2 forms part of an R. If one uses the &#124; (shift and \ key) with the 2 you get &#124;2. I use 6's for g's since it looks caps-like.

p&#124;-&#124;34&#124;2 (v)y l337&#124;\&#124;355!

e = mc˛

6. Re: 1=i, 2=?, 3=e, 4=a, 5=s, 6=b, 7=t....

e = mc˛
Actually, that's E = mc2

e = limx-&gt;infinity(1 + 1/x)x

7. Re: 1=i, 2=?, 3=e, 4=a, 5=s, 6=b, 7=t....

isn't e something to do with natural logs?

8. Re: 1=i, 2=?, 3=e, 4=a, 5=s, 6=b, 7=t....

isn't e something to do with natural logs?
Depends,

in physics:

e is Energy

In math:

e = exp.

9. Re: 1=i, 2=?, 3=e, 4=a, 5=s, 6=b, 7=t....

No, I meant if you take the natural log of a number then e to the power of that value is the original number. So e=2.718, approximately. ie ln10=2.303, e^2.303=10.00. And just to be picky, in physics E is energy

10. Re: 1=i, 2=?, 3=e, 4=a, 5=s, 6=b, 7=t....

And just to be picky, in physics E is energy
really... It been awhile, but I'll go find my book of european science standards... I'm damn sure you can use both e and E for energy... but then again.. I might be wrong, I known to be that way sometimes... often in fact...

I guess I'll take your word on it.

http://phys-main.umsmed.edu/WORKSHOP...H/BASCMATH.HTM

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