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Broku

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#11 - has their* upload 01/22/2015 on Upcoming slight changes 0
#38 - I am not commenting on convergence, merely crossing. The gif s…  [+] (1 new reply) 01/17/2015 on introverts amirite 0
#43 - jiltist (01/17/2015) [-]
Oh, yeah then you're right. Misunderstood.
#34 - an asymptote is a line, it is not a single point out in infini…  [+] (3 new replies) 01/17/2015 on introverts amirite 0
#35 - jiltist (01/17/2015) [-]
Yes. Line A, the asymptote to line B, is line A whose equation is linear and whose values, on its own axis, are equal to a set of countable infinity. The line B, which is asymptotic to line A, is a line which, at uncountable infinity, coincides in value to line B. But, since lines A and B only converge at uncountable infinity, the lines don't actually converge, because uncountable infinity is valueless.
#38 - Broku (01/17/2015) [-]
I am not commenting on convergence, merely crossing. The gif says " closer and closer but can never meet" while there is nothing preventing them from having the same value at a specific instance.
#43 - jiltist (01/17/2015) [-]
Oh, yeah then you're right. Misunderstood.
#31 - I don't know what point you are trying to argue, but all I am …  [+] (5 new replies) 01/17/2015 on introverts amirite +1
#33 - jiltist (01/17/2015) [-]
And I am saying that its values cannot coincide with those of its asymptote, considering the definition of an asymptote.
#34 - Broku (01/17/2015) [-]
an asymptote is a line, it is not a single point out in infinity, every single graphical representation has the asymptote as a line.
#35 - jiltist (01/17/2015) [-]
Yes. Line A, the asymptote to line B, is line A whose equation is linear and whose values, on its own axis, are equal to a set of countable infinity. The line B, which is asymptotic to line A, is a line which, at uncountable infinity, coincides in value to line B. But, since lines A and B only converge at uncountable infinity, the lines don't actually converge, because uncountable infinity is valueless.
#38 - Broku (01/17/2015) [-]
I am not commenting on convergence, merely crossing. The gif says " closer and closer but can never meet" while there is nothing preventing them from having the same value at a specific instance.
#43 - jiltist (01/17/2015) [-]
Oh, yeah then you're right. Misunderstood.
#28 - the definition of an asymptote does not have a restriction of …  [+] (7 new replies) 01/17/2015 on introverts amirite 0
#29 - jiltist (01/17/2015) [-]
The defining feature of an asymptotic line is that, at some value A for an axis B, it tends towards infinity. Infinity here is uncountable, and therefore the asymptotic line will not meet its asymptote.
#31 - Broku (01/17/2015) [-]
I don't know what point you are trying to argue, but all I am saying is that the definition of an asymptote allows for the line to be equal to its asymptote at times, without having the value of the line as it tends toward infinity to be equal to its asymptote.
#33 - jiltist (01/17/2015) [-]
And I am saying that its values cannot coincide with those of its asymptote, considering the definition of an asymptote.
#34 - Broku (01/17/2015) [-]
an asymptote is a line, it is not a single point out in infinity, every single graphical representation has the asymptote as a line.
#35 - jiltist (01/17/2015) [-]
Yes. Line A, the asymptote to line B, is line A whose equation is linear and whose values, on its own axis, are equal to a set of countable infinity. The line B, which is asymptotic to line A, is a line which, at uncountable infinity, coincides in value to line B. But, since lines A and B only converge at uncountable infinity, the lines don't actually converge, because uncountable infinity is valueless.
#38 - Broku (01/17/2015) [-]
I am not commenting on convergence, merely crossing. The gif says " closer and closer but can never meet" while there is nothing preventing them from having the same value at a specific instance.
#43 - jiltist (01/17/2015) [-]
Oh, yeah then you're right. Misunderstood.
#40 - OP did make the first comment on this as three citations 01/17/2015 on Don't Declaw -2
#11 - I don't know why someone thumbed you down, every one of those …  [+] (9 new replies) 01/17/2015 on introverts amirite +2
#26 - jiltist (01/17/2015) [-]
Except asymptotes. That one's pretty much right.
#28 - Broku (01/17/2015) [-]
the definition of an asymptote does not have a restriction of them never touching. Its even uncommon to restrict them from being able to touch infinitely many times.
#29 - jiltist (01/17/2015) [-]
The defining feature of an asymptotic line is that, at some value A for an axis B, it tends towards infinity. Infinity here is uncountable, and therefore the asymptotic line will not meet its asymptote.
#31 - Broku (01/17/2015) [-]
I don't know what point you are trying to argue, but all I am saying is that the definition of an asymptote allows for the line to be equal to its asymptote at times, without having the value of the line as it tends toward infinity to be equal to its asymptote.
#33 - jiltist (01/17/2015) [-]
And I am saying that its values cannot coincide with those of its asymptote, considering the definition of an asymptote.
#34 - Broku (01/17/2015) [-]
an asymptote is a line, it is not a single point out in infinity, every single graphical representation has the asymptote as a line.
#35 - jiltist (01/17/2015) [-]
Yes. Line A, the asymptote to line B, is line A whose equation is linear and whose values, on its own axis, are equal to a set of countable infinity. The line B, which is asymptotic to line A, is a line which, at uncountable infinity, coincides in value to line B. But, since lines A and B only converge at uncountable infinity, the lines don't actually converge, because uncountable infinity is valueless.
#38 - Broku (01/17/2015) [-]
I am not commenting on convergence, merely crossing. The gif says " closer and closer but can never meet" while there is nothing preventing them from having the same value at a specific instance.
#43 - jiltist (01/17/2015) [-]
Oh, yeah then you're right. Misunderstood.
#15 - The chart says 4. 01/05/2015 on sum crazy shit -1
#122 - What are you, a faggot?  [+] (1 new reply) 12/26/2014 on Round 3 +77
#486 - anonexplains (12/26/2014) [-]
#86 - The problem with this whole contest is that the Toriko story l… 12/18/2014 on Fighting my older brother... +2
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