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From: Deane Yang (deane_yang_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-10-14 11:08:01

Matt Calabrese wrote:
> Also, you could look at the factorial as 3 radians * 2 radians, thus the
> term would be radians^3 / radians^2, which is again, just a radian.
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Sure. I could also say that the factorial is 3 radians^2 * 2 radians^2
and get yet something else as a result. I don't get it. You need to
explain some mathematical principles underlying what you're doing and
not just try to come up with something that seems to fit in this
particular case. You have to explain not just sin(x), but log(x) and
arcsin(x), too.

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