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Don Coyoteby Don Coyote (Friar) 
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Algebraic Calculus One(May 2020):free trial, see the trailer at youtube search 'Insights into Mathematics', or 'Prof Wildberger'. A novel approach to the calculus. Hello, I am a perl fanatic from the UK. In my personal projects I strive to find any excuse, no matter how obscure or insignificantly related to the problem to use Perl. In the monastic tradition I test my faith with inherently fundamental untruths such as other computing languages exist. These journeys only serve to strengthen my belief in the one true source. Aside from my main allocation of time to Perl in the realm of Computer Science, I also follow geometric and algebraic paths of enlightenment in the Mathematical arena. This has developed over the last twelve or so years. Probably longer if I actually retrieve my age scalar. Prior to this my interests were famelaced and languageborne. While more recently I have noticed a general interest in the language pervading the material namespace. I would suggest there is most likely a correlation between these interests and the increasing impact of artificially idiotelligent systems being created by well, pretty much anyone nowadays.
My hopes and aspirations are to combine these disciplines into a purpose of some description. And I often find myself looking at online streaming platforms and wondering where on the planet is the Perl version of this stuff. Around 2012 I discovered a 2nd Edition Camel in a local computer retailer outlet. The flawless condition the flattened scroll once possessed has sadly degraded over time. Note: You cannot optimize code you have not yet written! Moving from scripting to programming handy thread for directions Due to the recent advent of the Rational Trigonometry, originating from the general location of the antipodean pole, here is an interesting observation I have made. Also I am still trying to understand. It should be mentioned that presentation of this field of Mathematics has been done so under terms of a copyright. Any commercial use of this technology should likely be authorised. I am unsure of the licensing, but am assuming this falls either under a fairuse policy or something similar to the licensing terms Perl itself falls under. Sequence Lemma: A precursive sequence to the general pythagorean quadrance generation sequence. Usually the reduced Pythagorean Triples are the subject of the sequence. And it is such that this is essentially the square^{1} of a precursive sequence to the general pythagorean triples generator. Why not just work with the reduced triples? Do sequences require proofs like Theorems do? Are you pretending a sequence is a Theorem? [ n, nat 2>=n; ip, [ i, int[ m, nat 0>=m ] ] ; pOseq, {ip1,ip2,ip3} : pOseq(n) => L(Q), [ Q1, Q3, Q2 ] ] v0.01 this is going to take some time. _{1. Assuming the sequence can be squared. Currently I understand that it is allowable/doable.} _{2. ... ?} _{9. } 
