You guys are starting to catch on finally.
But don't forget about what happened the other day.
Are the variables integer valued, real, complex?
If they represent a set isomorphic to the integers, the sum would be countably infinite, otherwise uncountably. Of course, if you are summing ordinals....
<<<If they represent a set isomorphic to the integers, the sum would be countably infinite>>>
This depends on whether or not other outside factors are fixed, abstract, or, for the lack of a better term, radically inclusive.
And then there's the whole bullpen issue.
This thread is about anything you want it to be, apparently.
"This thread is about anything you want it to be, apparently."
Is that not variable enough for you?
"Is that not variable enough for you?"
-I'm very much on board with variables. Especially random ones.
I'm thinking about getting an outside cat. I have a mole in my yard.
check it out. when you search on the thread title, it appears in the top 3 results from google.
It appears first for me... but it also tells me I have 6 posts in this thread.
Always keep in mind that Google stalks you.
it says the same thing for me.
I bet I have more that that. their cache isn't up to date.
"Don't Be Evil" my as$