## #math - Tue 6 Mar 2007 between 00:11 and 00:33

### NY Lost Funds

 amy` oh TRWBW amy`: i meant what i said amy` how did you do that? TRWBW amy`: x is prime, if x divides d(x,y)*y^2 then x divides d(x,y)amy`: well, forget prime. just do it by polynomial divisionamy`: now that i think about it you can't use prime here probably amy` got it!thank you!! TRWBW amy`: np amy` :Di have like 10 more of these too do hehe, at least now I have a better idea of how to go about it:D TRWBW gl amy` thanks:)the real problem was showing (x^2, xy) = (x) n (x,y)^2 btw, that was just the last step of one direction TRWBW k, i've never studies ideal theory beyond knowing the basic definitions, but i'm sure it's fun qqex me22: is your question about the definition of convolution? me22 qqex: I'm wondering if that's legalI did it on my midterm today, so I'm hopingit seems right to be, but it seems too easy :P luckyshot any physics person in here?http://img113.imageshack.us/img113/3392/q1yj4.jpg Meldon What up/Wondering if anyone would like to help with something. me22 if you ask it and it's interesting, someone probably will Meldon that is not what im trying to do loli need someone or a group of ppl to help with something complicatedits not a simple questionneed help with deriving relationships between a system that can be modified dynamically TRWBW Meldon: it's traditinal to sing the armour hot dog song before asking a question Meldon im new to fourier analysisokheres the simplest part action me22 just had a fourier transforms midterm today, but doubt he'd be of any help me22 just had a fourier transforms midterm today, but doubt he'd be of any help Meldon imagine a planeand a set or rays pointing towards the plane TRWBW Meldon: half the rays point to the plane Meldon just a sec TRWBW Meldon: and you still need to sing the armour hot dog song Meldon and their is an infinitesimal change in direction of the planebut the rays are stationary