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boxer bears
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#52
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acetylene gas was being given off
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#53
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Contains Undertale spoilers.
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#54
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Now I'm sort of upset that my birds wasn't animals that have been Zoofights competitors

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http://www.crunchyroll.com/she-and-her-c...ent-693119
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#57
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http://naosan4.tumblr.com/post/754452810...日も元気で-corg
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#58
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I'm relieved every time a link is not a link to the Trickery thread.
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well this has gone completely fucking pear-shaped, there’s no other way out of it, you’re going to have to decapitate m
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#61
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Everything I draw ends up wearing a bow-tie
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#62
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(04-13-2016, 09:54 PM)Gimeurcookie Wrote: »Everything I draw ends up wearing a bow-tie

...helios?
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#63
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It has a record of the costs paid to the Minors for equipment, the money just hasn't gone anywhere
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#65
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Into looking at my dragon egg. What is this, 2009? Who even has these anymore? Adopt one today! Or don't. I don't actually care. I just wanted to troll you.
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(04-14-2016, 01:39 AM)Reyweld Wrote: »Into looking at my dragon egg. What is this, 2009? Who even has these anymore? Adopt one today! Or don't. I don't actually care. I just wanted to troll you.

Ha!
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https://twitter.com/NintendoAmerica/stat...2036727810
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In the case that $n=1$, then by the product rule, $(fg)'(x_0)=f(x_0)g'(x_0)+f'(x_0)g(x_0)$. The given formula for $n=1$ gives \[\binom{1}{0}f^{(0)}(x_0)g^{(1)}(x_0)+\binom{1}{1}f^{(1)}(x_0)g^{(0)}(x_0)=f(x_0)g'(x_0)+f'(x_0)g(x_0).\] Therefore, this is true for $n=1$.\\
Assume that this holds for some positive integer $k$. Then in the case of $k+1$, $(fg)^{(k+1)}(x_0)=((fg)^{(k)})'(x_0)=$\[\left(\sum_{m=0}^{k}\binom{k}{m}f^{(m)}(x_0)g^{(k-m)}(x_0)\right)'.\] Since the derivative of a sum is equal to the sum of derivatives, and the derivative of a constant times a function is the constant times the derivative of the function, this can be rewritten as \[\sum_{m=0}^{k}\binom{k}{m}[f^{(m)}(x_0)g^{(k-m)}(x_0)]'.\] From the product rule, we know that $[f^{(m)}(x_0)g^{(k-m)}(x_0)]'=f^{(m)}(x_0)g^{(k+1-m)}(x_0)+f^{(m+1)}(x_0)g^{(k-m)}(x_0)$, so we can rewrite $(fg)^{(k+1)}(x_0)$ as \[\sum_{m=0}^{k}\binom{k}{m}[f^{(m)}(x_0)g^{((k+1)-m)}(x_0)+f^{(m+1)}(x_0)g^{((k+1)-(m+1))}(x_0)].\] From this, we can see that the only term to involve $f(x_0)g^{(k+1)}(x_0)$ is from $m=0$, and similarly, the only term to involve $f^{(k+1)}(x_0)g(x_0)$ is from $m=k$. However, all other terms occur twice. The coefficient of the term $f^{(l+1)}(x_0)g^{((k+1)-(l+1))}(x_0)$ can be found from \[\binom{k}{l-1}f^{((l-1)+1)}(x_0)g^{((k+1)-l)}(x_0)+\binom{k}{l}f^{(l)}(x_0)g^{((k+1)-l)}(x_0),\] where those terms are the second half of $m=l-1$ and the first half of $m=l$. From \textbf{Exercise 1.2.19}, we know that $\binom{k}{l-1}+\binom{k}{l}=\binom{k+1}{l}$, and $\binom{k+1}{0}=\binom{k+1}{k+1}=1$, so the term $f(x_0)g^{(k+1)}(x_0)$ can be rewritten $\binom{k+1}{0}f(x_0)g^{(k+1)}(x_0)$, the term $f^{(k+1)}(x_0)g(x_0)$ can be rewritten $\binom{k+1}{k+1}f^{(k+1)}(x_0)g(x_0)$, and the other terms can be rewriten as $\binom{k+1}{l}f^{(l)}(x_0)g^{((k+1)-l)}(x_0)$ for some $l$ so that $0<l<k+1$, so the sum of all the terms can be rewritten as \[\sum_{m=0}^{k+1}\binom{k+1}{m}f^{(m)}(x_0)g^{((k+1)-m)}(x_0).\] Therefore, this is true for $n=k+1$.\\
Since the statement is true for $n=1$, and if it is true for $n=k$, then it is true for $n=k+1$,\[(fg)^{(n)}=\sum_{m=0}^{n}\binom{n}{m}f^{(m)}(x_0)g^{(n-m)}(x_0)\] is true by mathematical induction for all $n\geq1$.
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http://www.clickerheroes.com/
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HUGE BEAUTIFUL CROCODILES, MUSCLES GLISTENING WITH SWAMP WATER AND LOVE JUICE, RISING OUT OF THE MARSHES TO GIVE GATR A KISS
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So apparently there is a semi-secret club of people who make stories and games and the like.

It's at storycraft.club yes .club is a domain name. That is probably why it isn't better known. Anyway I think you'd enjoy it!

If you can think of anyone interested in joining, be sure to let them know.

You're welcome.Minion
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(04-15-2016, 11:31 AM)Reyweld Wrote: »http://www.clickerheroes.com/

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