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This Polynomial Is Its Own Derivative

Euler’s constant, e, defines itself into existence

I'm my own grandpa, I'm my own grandpa
It sounds funny, I know but it really is so
I'm my own grandpa

- Ray Stevens

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Maths is like finger-painting. Messy and beautiful.

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Adam Hrankowski, ADHD

Adam Hrankowski, ADHD

Canadian math guy, experimenting with fiction. Find my new scifi/fantasy serial here: https://unaccompaniedminor.substack.com/

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