Doing assembly and really doing assembly

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: There are many math problems that can be solved using the

: math languages known as "algebra", "geometry", "trignometry",

: "calculus", etc.

I would not call these branches of one and the same math

different languages. How, for example, can one do Calculus

without using Algebra? How would you deal with Differential

Geometry? Or, what about the series representations of the

trigonometric functions? ...etc.

: As a 2nd year high-school calculus student, I often irked my

: calc teacher by using the three former ones to solve a problem.

: It was just that I didn't think as intuitively in "calculus" but was

: sometimes very inventive using the others.

You have approached the problem from a perspective not

expected from your teacher, obviously.

Mathematics IS a language, nonetheless.

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Dan Baruth

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