Erthrobic | I like Chuck Norris. |

BHSPitMonkey | As X approaches infinity, Pi^(ChuckNorris) approaches divinity |

jbj^ | I am Chuck Norris. |

Steve|Office | Next person to say Chuck Norris gets banned. |

Olathe | BHSPitMonkey: Heheh |

TRWBW | Olathe: i don't know what ChuckNorris over Pi is, but 9 months later, Pi gives birth to twin primes |

Erthrobic | I annoy my math and science classes with relentless Chuck Norris jokes that I make up. :D |

Safrole | Ut oh.. TRWBW gets banned and so does Erthrobic |

BHSPitMonkey | but not Erthrobic |

buggler | lol TRWBW |

BHSPitMonkey | because wasn't the next person |

Steve|Office | (Dammit, TRWBW.) |

BHSPitMonkey | Safrole, mind your logic |

jbj^ | TRWBW is an AI I made |

Olathe | TRWBW: :) |

TRWBW | Steve|Office: np boss, just missed it while i was typing. yes massah |

Safrole | lol Eyes be a good boy massa |

jbj^ | what is a derivitive |

Safrole | as long as yous promises to make sures I gets fed |

buggler | has anyone proved zeta(3)/pi^3 is irrational? |

Olathe | jbj^: Something that tells you how fast a function is changing. |

jbj^ | that seems pretty irrational to me |

Olathe | jbj^: Usually. jbj^: Unless the function is linear. |

jbj^ | ok |

Steve|Office | That's still a measure of how fast it is changing. |

Erthrobic | Chuck Norris can use RPL. |

Steve|Office | Enough. |

jbj^ | how about intervals |

TRWBW | jbj^: can be hard to be sure, sqrt(2)^sqrt(2)^sqrt(2) is rational after all |

Olathe | Yes, but if the function is linear, the derivative can be usually rational ;) jbj^: What do you mean ? |

jbj^ | hey sqrt(2)^2 is like 2 |

TRWBW | Olathe: fair enough, but vice-versa, d/dx ln(x) etc. |

jbj^ | right |

Olathe | jbj^: Yes. |

TRWBW | Olathe: not sure what we are debating, so not sure if i'm agreeing or disagreeing |

jbj^ | cool I know math |