Thank you!

Dear reader, we are excited to announce that, for the first time in the history of the universe, AskAMathematician.com has broken 100,000 page views in a single month! This is significant because it is approximately the number of fingers that 10,000 people have.

Thank you to our readers for:

1. Being awesome.
2. Having good taste.
3. Getting our jokes (such as they are).

\vec{U} \cdot \vec{R} = 2 G(R)^8

May
e^{i \pi} + 1 = 0
forever.


the Mathematician
&
the Physicist

 

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6 Responses to Thank you!

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  2. Alterego says:

    Gah. Can you please explain the second equation? You confuzzle me.

  3. The Physicist The Physicist says:

    Euler’s equation!
    There’s a beautifully written post about it here.

  4. Alfonso says:

    Hate to be a pain but could you please explain the first one as well?

  5. The Physicist The Physicist says:

    “You are too great!”

  6. Alfonso says:

    I feel somewhat stupid for overlooking that, but i assumed it would be some sort of intricate maths joke a 16 year old wouldn’t get. Thanks.

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