I'm sure this never happens to you, but I occasionally screw one up so badly there's no alternative but to start over on a clean grid. This is an empty grid, writ large for our aging eyes.
mp3 recordings of my feeble attempts to imitate the talented readers on Selected Shorts
This question has come up so often I finally decided to try to write down
a definitive answer.
People are suprised by some aspects of the logical
implication connective. This essay discusses the nature of implication and
attempts to dispel some of the confusion about it.
A brief mathematical note arising from a question asked by a student
during my visit to Corning West High School for Syracuse University
From the abstract: We consider estimating the density of points in a point process by a count of the number of points in a unit volume, and the bias that results when the volume is centered at a point of the point process rather than at a randomly selected location.
Tricky little form!
Seven syllables are fine
But five are too few.
I don't know why, but I've always loved the Beaufort Scale. Perhaps it's because I've always been a weather watcher and a kite flyer. This is the landlubber's version, not the original nautical version.