no paradox for lines and conics
Swiss mathematician Gabriel Cramer was born July 31, 1704. Cramer’s paradox is named in his honor.
redundancy-machine asked: Just found you.
That Would Not Be Good →
frenchtwist: When I am alone I am afraid to turn too quickly. What is behind my back may not, after all, be ready to take a shape suitable for human eyes. And that would not be good. Anna Swir (translated by Czeslaw Milosz & Robert Nathan)
by John Ashbery Of who we and all they are You all now know. But you know After they began to find us out we grew Before they died thinking us the causes Of their acts. Now we’ll not know The truth of some still at the piano, though They often date from us, causing These changes we think we are. We don’t care Though, so tall up there In young air. But things get...
Rose and Gould play Beethoven's Cello Sonata in A:... →
Danza espanola, op. 37, h. 142 by Enrique... →
tonight is the full black moon