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2021-01-25T07:59:19+00:00en<![CDATA[By: Joe Merica]]>
http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/79504/folks-spend-schoolin-886995/
Joe Merica2013-01-27http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/79504/folks-spend-schoolin-886995/Folks spend too much time schoolin’. All anybody needs to know is that Merica is undefeated in world wars and 50 stars + 13 bars = Merica.
]]><p>Folks spend too much time schoolin’. All anybody needs to know is that Merica is undefeated in world wars and 50 stars + 13 bars = Merica.</p>
<![CDATA[By: Philip Cavanagh]]>
http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/8997/they-didnt-teach-pass-maths-887003/
Philip Cavanagh2013-01-27http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/8997/they-didnt-teach-pass-maths-887003/They didn’t teach me that in pass maths
]]><p>They didn’t teach me that in pass maths</p>
<![CDATA[By: Niall Madden]]>
http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/80184/number-fundamental-theorem-calculus-definition-derivative-terms-difference-887068/
Niall Madden2013-01-27http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/80184/number-fundamental-theorem-calculus-definition-derivative-terms-difference-887068/Number 3 is not the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, but the definition of the derivative in terms of difference quotients. The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus relates derivatives to integrals (or, if you prefer, rates of change to areas under curves).
]]><p>Number 3 is not the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, but the definition of the derivative in terms of difference quotients. The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus relates derivatives to integrals (or, if you prefer, rates of change to areas under curves).</p>
<![CDATA[By: Philip King]]>
http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/35248/great-article-887032/
Philip King2013-01-27http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/35248/great-article-887032/Great article.
]]><p>Great article.</p>
<![CDATA[By: Proinnsias O'Keeffe]]>
http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/68170/what-boyles-law-pvt-constant-887004/
Proinnsias O'Keeffe2013-01-27http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/68170/what-boyles-law-pvt-constant-887004/What about Boyles law PV/t is a constant
]]><p>What about Boyles law PV/t is a constant</p>
<![CDATA[By: John]]>
http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/72095/the-complex-mathematics-less-numbers-involved-887067/
John2013-01-27http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/72095/the-complex-mathematics-less-numbers-involved-887067/The more complex the mathematics, the less numbers are involved. :-/
]]><p>The more complex the mathematics, the less numbers are involved. :-/</p>
<![CDATA[By: Deirdre Maher]]>
http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/49665/now-i-887000/
Deirdre Maher2013-01-27http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/49665/now-i-887000/Now I get it !!!
]]><p>Now I get it !!!</p>
<![CDATA[By: somethingodd]]>
http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/36884/im-working-formula-piece-string-887070/
somethingodd2013-01-27http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/36884/im-working-formula-piece-string-887070/I’m still working on a formula to find out how long is a piece of string
]]><p>I’m still working on a formula to find out how long is a piece of string</p>
<![CDATA[By: Rory Mac Clancy]]>
http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/60789/i-cant-x-887039/
Rory Mac Clancy2013-01-27http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/60789/i-cant-x-887039/I still can’t find X
]]><p>I still can’t find X</p>
<![CDATA[By: quango-roo]]>
http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/13427/what-murphys-laws-887025/
quango-roo2013-01-27http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/13427/what-murphys-laws-887025/What about all of murphys laws???
]]><p>What about all of murphys laws???</p>
<![CDATA[By: Alan Lawlor]]>
http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/10409/should-compulsory-teachers-introduce-secondary-school-maths-articlebook-887321/
Alan Lawlor2013-01-27http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/10409/should-compulsory-teachers-introduce-secondary-school-maths-articlebook-887321/Should be compulsory for teachers to introduce secondary school maths with this article/book digest. Might make a few more people appreciative of the usefulness of maths.
]]><p>Should be compulsory for teachers to introduce secondary school maths with this article/book digest. Might make a few more people appreciative of the usefulness of maths.</p>
<![CDATA[By: CAM]]>
http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/6044/great-article-887120/
CAM2013-01-27http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/6044/great-article-887120/Great article.
]]><p>Great article.</p>
<![CDATA[By: Paul Mullally]]>
http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/2417/what-boyles-law-robert-boyle-irishman-father-chemistry-887416/
Paul Mullally2013-01-27http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/2417/what-boyles-law-robert-boyle-irishman-father-chemistry-887416/What about Boyle’s Law? Robert Boyle, Irishman and the father of chemistry? There should be 18 laws listed!
]]><p>What about Boyle’s Law? Robert Boyle, Irishman and the father of chemistry? There should be 18 laws listed!</p>
<![CDATA[By: Cathal O Caoilte]]>
http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/80167/black-white-887035/
Cathal O Caoilte2013-01-27http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/80167/black-white-887035/Black = White
]]><p>Black = White</p>
<![CDATA[By: Shaun O' Higgins]]>
http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/40413/quadratic-equations-ruined-life-887170/
Shaun O' Higgins2013-01-27http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/40413/quadratic-equations-ruined-life-887170/Quadratic equations ruined by life. x=-b plus or minus the square root of b squared minus four ac divided by twice a. I hate you all.
]]><p>Quadratic equations ruined by life. x=-b plus or minus the square root of b squared minus four ac divided by twice a. I hate you all.</p>
<![CDATA[By: Peter Ahern]]>
http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/59773/yuck-algebra-887165/
Peter Ahern2013-01-27http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/59773/yuck-algebra-887165/Yuck algebra!!!
]]><p>Yuck algebra!!!</p>
<![CDATA[By: Tom Keating]]>
http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/3823/great-article-887753/
Tom Keating2013-01-27http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/3823/great-article-887753/Great article…
]]><p>Great article…</p>
<![CDATA[By: Pete Gibson]]>
http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/13118/equation-the-fourier-transform-printed-incorrectly-910315/
Pete Gibson2013-02-04http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/13118/equation-the-fourier-transform-printed-incorrectly-910315/Equation 9 (The Fourier Transform) is printed incorrectly.

There should NOT be a minus sign in front of the top infinity symbol.
(That is the top sideways ” figure 8″).

As printed the equation is meaningless.

]]><p>Equation 9 (The Fourier Transform) is printed incorrectly.</p>
<p>There should NOT be a minus sign in front of the top infinity symbol.<br />
(That is the top sideways ” figure 8″).</p>
<p>As printed the equation is meaningless.</p>
<![CDATA[By: Stephen McMahon]]>
http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/43882/think-black-scoles-model-a-beautiful-mind-loosely-887062/
Stephen McMahon2013-01-27http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/43882/think-black-scoles-model-a-beautiful-mind-loosely-887062/Think the Black Scoles model is the one the A beautiful mind is loosely based.
]]><p>Think the Black Scoles model is the one the A beautiful mind is loosely based.</p>
<![CDATA[By: Declan Moran]]>
http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/39678/dont-buy-book-887376/
Declan Moran2013-01-27http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/39678/dont-buy-book-887376/Dont need to buy the book now!!!
]]><p>Dont need to buy the book now!!!</p>
<![CDATA[By: Louise Ni Riain]]>
http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/78589/ewwwwww-hate-maths-887295/
Louise Ni Riain2013-01-27http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/78589/ewwwwww-hate-maths-887295/Ewwwwww hate maths
]]><p>Ewwwwww hate maths</p>
<![CDATA[By: Tom]]>
http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/81766/number-eulers-formula-polyhedra-applies-convex-polyhedra-901214/
Tom2013-02-01http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/81766/number-eulers-formula-polyhedra-applies-convex-polyhedra-901214/Number 6 Euler’s formula for polyhedra only applies to convex polyhedra
]]><p>Number 6 Euler’s formula for polyhedra only applies to convex polyhedra</p>
<![CDATA[By: Brendan Cunningham]]>
http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/11506/huh-887142/
Brendan Cunningham2013-01-27http://www.thejournal.ie/profile/11506/huh-887142/Huh?
]]><p>Huh?</p>