wow, that's amazing!
I'm definitely going to have to look more closely at this when I have the time. I really appreciate barebone stuff like this since it usually makes things more understandable as to what is exactly going on.
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Thanks, glad you find it interesting!
Here's my main reference for it. I got most of the math from there. In events the formulas are a bit stretched out.
That series of articles gets a tad vague at the end, but still it does a good job explaining why certain math is used.
This site is also a good reference for math in general. Much more readable than the equations on wikipedia.
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Nice! I'll have to read through that. I read a little, and I'm already feeling like I should have worked harder in math classes- the mathematical notation stuff usually found in wiki pages is something I don't have have good grasp of interpreting.
The math notation used on wikipedia is pretty hard to read in my opinion. Much harder than what I remember from school at least. Then again I didn't go much higher than calculus.
This is really nice r0j0!
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