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"they meet in infinity" ... "How romantic!"
this days in sci.math:
Quote:On Wed, 4 Nov 2009 11:14:42 -0800 (PST), "Dave L. Renfro"
<renfr1dl@cmich.edu> wrote:

> >O-K, this may be a well-known folklore math quote,
> >but a google-web search gives only 2 hits (both being
> >the same book) and a google-book search gives only
> >7 hits (5 essentially different items, one of which
> >is the google-web hit I got):
> >
> >"A zero of order zero is a regular point at which the
> >function is not zero."
(11/05/2009, 03:48 PM)Gottfried Wrote: [ -> ]> >"A zero of order zero is a regular point at which the
> >function is not zero."
Is that the same as a pole of order zero? Hahaha
(11/07/2009, 07:06 AM)andydude Wrote: [ -> ]
(11/05/2009, 03:48 PM)Gottfried Wrote: [ -> ]> >"A zero of order zero is a regular point at which the
> >function is not zero."
Is that the same as a pole of order zero? Hahaha

It is kinda opposite. You get the order of a zero at a by dividing by (z-a)^m.
It is the maximum m such that f(z)/(z-a)^m is still holomorphic at a.
In the powerseries development it is the index of the first non-zero term,
e.g. f(z) = f_m (z-a)^m + f_{m+1)(z-a)^{m+1} + ....
So f(z)/(z-a)^m can not be 0 at a.
Hi all,

Once a boy proposed to girl who is the daughter of his maths sir, now he want to proposed her in a class. He stand up and go to blackboard.
He try to say something from this Eqation
"A=B=C,
so A=B, B=C and B=A, B=C i.e A=C"

Sir doesn't understand and he asked to him, what is this??
He replied "A=me, B= You, C= Your Daughter..
now A=B,B=C that means I love You, You love your Daughter..
B=A,B=C means You love me, You love your Daughter,
So A=C means I love your Daughter...."
Unfortunately the relation "A loves B" is neither transitive, nor symmetric, nor reflexive ...
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