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On 12/02/16 1:21 AM, James Knott wrote:
On 02/11/2016 03:33 AM, Steve Edmonds wrote:
And there is the distinction between precision and accuracy. You can
be very precisely inaccurate.
I guess you've never studied Calculus, where the answer often
approaches, but never actually reaches some value.  You can get closer
and closer, but never actually get that value.  ;-)

Sounds like life.
A bit off topic One of the things I did like about calculus is that it models so much of what changes about us. A real eye opener, when I first started applying it to real life situations it was a bit like seeing all that code in the matrix (some years before the matrix, cell phones and PCs).

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