Yes, I'm not supposed to be blogging. But yesterday I wrote out a short post which I put up on Sensory Overload. It's a simple proof related to the twin prime series. Check it out if you're interested.

You see, math problems are my only source of entertainment (albeit, a great one). So, I've been spending my breaks working on getting the hang of infinite series in calculus which, for some absurd reason, we don't study in school. CBSE... bah!

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Oh. Ello, weirdo.

Since you seem to find the problems the NCERT poses amusing, here's a vairy simple one. St. Thomas' pre board paper, tangents and normals, class of sixty, none got it. :/

I have an answer, doesn't seem to be the right one, for the sole reason it doesn't look like a pretty one. :| :P

Find the tangent from (1,2) to the curve y^2 + 4y + 2x^3 + 8 = 0.

-2x^3.

My bad.

Got ([3^1/2]+1)(y-2)=6(x-1) as the answer.

*makes a face*

Well, already did it. And I'll try and find a shorter method later..

Yeah, ditto.

And sorry couldn't pick up. Had been chartered off to the land of hope, glory and inquisitive relatives.

-4y too.

For accuracy's sake.

:P

woah. And btw Nangia,just what all did Vasu tell you?! :|

@Radhika: She provided me with morbid details about fluorescent lights and pig tails.

Thank god :P

Weirdos.

This is blogging.

Not a Math classroom for HEAVEN'S SAKE! Jesus. :O

Anyway. Hi.

Where has your Cbox vanished?

And why don't you read my blog anymore? :/

And...uh, nothing.

That's it. I guess.

Hey! Math classroom it can be.

As for the Cbox, it was acting up so I deleted it.

And lastly, I commented. No more berating.

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