UnkleRhaukus
What does/can this mean \[ba\]



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Libniz
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conditional probability?

hartnn
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b divides a

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324

hartnn
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a is the multiple of b

ganeshie8
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also, bitwise or

CliffSedge
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"b given a" or "b such that a . . ."

swissgirl
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hmmm it has a diff meaning. I forgot what it was though. Something confusing that is forsure

CliffSedge
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Might be part of a BraKet as well...

CliffSedge
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i.e. <a  b >

swissgirl
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hahahahah ok gonna go get my book.

swissgirl
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I messed up. I got it confused with \(A_B\)

CliffSedge
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By itself like that, I am more inclined to go with 'a divides b.'

swissgirl
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and now that I think abt it if its referring to numbers then hartnn's explanation is correct

CliffSedge
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er, right 'b divides a'
forgot the order for a sec..

swissgirl
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I have a feeling that the topic is Relations so ya it wld be referring to the dividing

CliffSedge
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Who knows. Unkle is the kind of guy who will try to tell you that 0×∞ = 1, so it could mean anything to him.

swissgirl
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hahahah true but I know he is taking some course similar to discrete math so that one of the topics covered

mukushla
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i love that sign

UnkleRhaukus
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according to course im taking \(ba\) means
\(a\) is divisible by \(b\)
which is values of either true, or false

CliffSedge
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Ok, that's pretty standard then.
Here's a fun fact, in typology, the '' symbol is called the "pipe."

UnkleRhaukus
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hey i knew that

swissgirl
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Oh That is an awesome fun fact :P

CliffSedge
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I kinda made up that word, "typology," though; apparently that already means something else.
What I meant was "typesetting."

swissgirl
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I misread that as topology _

UnkleRhaukus
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study of typing

swissgirl
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They should totally create a study group for typology

UnkleRhaukus
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is seven divisible by zero \[07=\]

UnkleRhaukus
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false?

swissgirl
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U cant divide by 0

swissgirl
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Like it will just go to infinity

CliffSedge
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@swissgirl positive infinity or negative infinity?

CliffSedge
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Zero doesn't divide anything.

swissgirl
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good question @CliffSedge lol

UnkleRhaukus
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is zero divisible by nine
90=

CliffSedge
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One also doesn't divide anything since it leaves the dividend unchanged.

swissgirl
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yes it equals 0

UnkleRhaukus
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so true?

swissgirl
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Well I would say its true but I am not the kind of person u can rely on

UnkleRhaukus
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and \[11\]is false @CliffSedge ?

CliffSedge
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Zero is divisible by everything, but I wouldn't say that zero is *divided* by anything.

swissgirl
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Nope that would be true 11 is true

swissgirl
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1/1=1

UnkleRhaukus
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but...

CliffSedge
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There is a difference between "divides" and "is divisible by."

hartnn
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i would say , just do a/b
if that comes out to be integer , then true, else false

CliffSedge
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^ that's a good computerscience algorithm

UnkleRhaukus
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so
07 F
90 T
00 F
11 T
744 F
742 T
749 T
756 T

swissgirl
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Correct

UnkleRhaukus
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ba
is b a factor of a

swissgirl
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Yes I would say sooo

hartnn
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yes

swissgirl
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hmmm the only one which seems like it isnt is 90

swissgirl
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How can 9 be a factor of 0 unless anything can be a factor of 0

CliffSedge
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Being a factor and being a divisor are two different things (but that distinction might not matter in the application you are using).

swissgirl
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Can 9 be a factor of 0 @CliffSedge

CliffSedge
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Yes. 9 × 0 = 0.

swissgirl
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Gotcha

UnkleRhaukus
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thanks everyone

swissgirl
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Nicht kein problema