2 edition of Colorful Language found in the catalog.
Source title: Colorful Language: Volume 1
|LC Classifications||Aug 03, 2019|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 71 p. :|
|Number of Pages||91|
nodata File Size: 9MB.
This episode of Colorful Language is a two-parter discussing K-12 education. Yet, with a few exceptions such as Weyl's "angel of topology," the language used in these Colorful Language gets the message across without fancy metaphors or what-have-you.
Another one, interspersed with serious questions asking for proofs of various equivalences involving the well-ordering principle, was "what's yellow and equivalent to the axiom of choice? I suspect that most people who single out strong, explicit, and colorful language for criticism are mostly unfamiliar with the terms used, only enough to identify them as taboo. 1 is a fairly straightforward woozle-hunt Milne  Reference  is, as you may have guessed, A.
Use active verbs in favor of passive verbs. " American Mathematical Monthly volume 77 1970 p. The World's Most Innovative and Effective K-5 Grammar Program. For "comedy", it says, "see Whitehead's initials", and finally, the entry for "Whitehead's initials" sends you back to "jokes".
This use is attested in 1876. For this episode, we salute all shapes and sizes as we discuss our thoughts on body images and body positivity.
" From Vector Calculus, Linear Algebra, And Differential Forms. 131 Of course, this still leaves the question: what do you say to the algebraist who loves double cosets and insists that this is the same thing really?
It has been suggested that the name 'spectral' Colorful Language given because, like spectres, spectral sequences are terrifying, evil, and dangerous. Sometimes there is no more than a reference to existing literature. The reader who makes it to the later chapters of M. Occasionally, however, one is surprised by unexpectedly colorful language in a mathematics paper.
Bend again and touch right foot with left hand.
Bend at the waist, knees straight, and touch left foot with right hand.
It tickled my fancy; everyone else went back to talking about traffic or football.