Thanks for the mention.I'm really honoured.I didn't think anybody would even go out an mention my mediocre blog.. Your blog is quality on the other hand, you post things worth posting unlike some people{me}

Oh, I really like your blog. I especially like your photos. For instance, the one with many colored pills and a thermometer on a paper with certain integrals in the background was very interesting. The distinct "+C" there somehow reminded me of this good math joke.

Two mathematicians have opposite viewpoints on a layman's knowledge of mathematics. The one who argued that an average person has a decent knowledge of math plans to prove that in front of the other, and asks a salesgirl to answer "x^2/2" when he asks a question to her in front of his friend. She agrees. A bit later, this time with his friend, this guy asks her what the integral of x is. And she replies "x^2/2", and a few seconds later: "plus a constant"! Have you heard this before?

Btw, I guess most of us think not very highly about our own stuff. I often used to think that what others write or do look much better. But these days I try to convince myself that that needn't actually be the case!

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Thanks for the mention.I'm really honoured.I didn't think anybody would even go out an mention my mediocre blog.. Your blog is quality on the other hand, you post things worth posting unlike some people{me}

Oh, I really like your blog. I especially like your photos. For instance, the one with many colored pills and a thermometer on a paper with certain integrals in the background was very interesting. The distinct "+C" there somehow reminded me of this good math joke.

Two mathematicians have opposite viewpoints on a layman's knowledge of mathematics. The one who argued that an average person has a decent knowledge of math plans to prove that in front of the other, and asks a salesgirl to answer "x^2/2" when he asks a question to her in front of his friend. She agrees. A bit later, this time with his friend, this guy asks her what the integral of x is. And she replies "x^2/2", and a few seconds later: "plus a constant"! Have you heard this before?

Btw, I guess most of us think not very highly about our own stuff. I often used to think that what others write or do look much better. But these days I try to convince myself that that needn't actually be the case!

Well the photograph was suppose to be symbollic . I had this engineering mathematics paper ..I thought all those things would help me through it

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