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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 
#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 
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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.  
#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 
#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.  
#28  the definition of an asymptote does not have a restriction of … [+] (7 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.  
#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 
#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.  
#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 
 
#86  The problem with this whole contest is that the Toriko story l…  12/18/2014 on Fighting my older brother...  +2 