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Creative Dissonance Episode 7 – Ceiliculus

The long winter is over and we’re celebrating spring in the traditional way: with Irish dancing and higher order mathematics. This time we’re doing it with some friends.

For those interested in what we were solving

Polly had this:
Polly Calc

Ryan had this:
Ryan Calc

And both of us had to solve this:
Raptor Calc

Ryan

Ryan is a professional nerd, teaching engineering in the frozen north. Somewhat less professionally, he is a costumer, author, blacksmith, juggler, gamer, serial enthusiast, and supporter of the Oxford comma. He can be found on twitter and instagram @studentofwhim. If you like what I do here, feel free to leave a tip in my tipjar.

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5 Comments

  1. Cool. I managed to solve most of the problems in my head. The double integral can be solved using Fubini’s theorem. The integral involving e^(2x) can be solved using substitution and the integral involving e^x can solved by integration by parts.

  2. The problems weren’t meant to be terribly challenging on their own. They became substantially more challenging while dancing.
    Also, the lack of limits on the double integral may have caused some confusion.

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