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Craig Carey science forum beginner
Joined: 18 Jun 2005
Posts: 41

Posted: Fri Jun 23, 2006 1:19 pm Post subject:
Re: Vladimir Bondarenko: A short bio sketch



In a recent message I said that a request for information was above
when it wasn't.
Perhaps Bondarenko overdosed on Russian orthodox Xianity.Perhaps
later it will be clearer if Bondarenko is merely adjusting emphases
as if a scientist concentrating on the thickness of the foaming
froth on Ukrainian lips.
The death of Jazz musician: pumping air too slowly for a jazz
wind instrument.Who is it that gives Boindarenko all the lives?
Quote:  On Fri, 12 May 2006 04:11:07 +1200, Craig Carey wrote:
On 9 May 2006 02:58:11 0700, "Roman Pearce" wrote:
...
 Best wishes,
 Vladimir Bondarenko, CEO
 Alexander Chudinovskikh, Commercial Director
 Cyber Tester, LLC
Is that the case: a partnership based on money making?.
After so many uses of the word "we" in the pe[r]sonal project [that is]
obviously [an] insensitive propaganda offensive of carelessly
unmeasured merit, why hasn't Chudinovskikh got a webpage or email
[address ?]. 
Chudinovskikh was said to be a partner. Bondarenko has surpassed the
Gulag's prisoner's need for concealing purpose, but no longer having
a personality that any would ever want to pay. Perhaps hidden creatures
might emerge at night from black forest mountains...
On 19 Jun 2006 12:22:51 0700, "Vladimir Bondarenko" wrote:
Quote:  ..............................................................
I was born on Jul 19, 1956 in Genichesk, Kherson region, USSR.
At 12 years, I developed a keen interest to chemistry.

and ... "I was deluded" ..
Quote:  At 15, I won the 3rd prize at the AllUnion Olympiad in
chemistry held in Minsk. At 16, I won the 2nd Ukrainian
prize at the Ukrainian Olympiad in chemistry held in

The frothhead of Simferopol. Long after Ms Nightingale.
Surely more personal integrity could be observed from a casual
Afghan, writing at the ... Usenet groups. 

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Martin Rubey science forum beginner
Joined: 21 Mar 2005
Posts: 34

Posted: Mon Jul 10, 2006 12:46 pm Post subject:
Re: Maplesoft is committed to providing the highest level of blatant lie about support for the products it sells



"Mate" <mmatica@personal.ro> writes:
Quote:  TEST CASE: limit(product(sin(k/n), k=1..n), n = 1);
EXPECTED: sin(1) # best
limit(product(sin(k/n),k=1..n),n=1) # tolerable
limit to the right = sin(1)
limit to the left = 1.

Could you please explain to me what
limit(product(sin(k/n), k=1..n), n = 1);
actually means? The best I can think of is that we are considering the natural
numbers equipped with the discrete topology. In this sense, the limit is indeed
sin(1), but I'd find this a bit demanding on the CAS...
Martin 

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lycquan@hotmail.com science forum beginner
Joined: 23 Dec 2005
Posts: 4

Posted: Tue Jul 11, 2006 6:24 pm Post subject:
Re: "YOUR CHANCE TO GET LOADED, PAYPAL STYLE ...READ THIS!!!"



Scammer reported to the econsumer.gov.
He seems extremely resistant to getting a clue.
payments@xplorian.com wrote:
> "YOUR CHANCE TO GET LOADED, PAYPAL STYLE ...READ THIS!!!" 

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Vladimir Bondarenko science forum Guru
Joined: 23 Apr 2005
Posts: 601

Posted: Wed Jul 19, 2006 2:55 am Post subject:
Re: Maplesoft: Propagating math crass ignorance worldwide



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http://www.maplesoft.com/
"If you touch math... you need Maple"
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A bit more complex sample of Maple defect the longliver...
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DESCRIPTION: None of Maple versions since 1994 on can
calculate this limit correctly.
TEST CASE: limit(BesselY(0,I/z), z= 0, right);
EXPECTED: I*infinity
CHECKUP: evalf(limit(BesselY(0,I/z), z= 1/10^6, right));
evalf(limit(BesselY(0,I/z), z= 0.000001));
0. + .1210078019e434292*I
0. + .1210078019e434292*I
 (2005) Maple 10.00 
0
 (2004) Maple 9.5.1 
0
 (2004) Maple 9.5 
0
 (2003) Maple 9 
0
 (2002) Maple 8 
0
 (2001) Maple 7 
0
 (2000) Maple 6 
1/8*2^(1/2)*(I/Pi)^(1/2)*(infinity*2^(1/2)+infinity*I*2^(1/2))
 (1997) Maple V Rel 5 
0
 (1995) Maple V Rel 4 
0
 (1994) Maple V Rel 3 
0

COMPARE: Mathematica 5.2 returns a correct answer.
Limit[BesselY[0, I/z], z > 0, Direction > 1]
DirectedInfinity[I]
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mathsrwc science forum beginner
Joined: 04 Oct 2006
Posts: 4

Posted: Mon Oct 16, 2006 4:11 am Post subject:



Maple continuess to Frustrate me
Hmmmm. 

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