A priest, a rabbi, and an automorphism climb into bed … Never mind.

As long as it’s of sufficient dimension to span her null space, multiplication by a scalar is irrelevant.

What happened to the one from Monday, October 12?

Noah–I forgot it was Monday. Whoops! Some day I’ll backdate a comic and fill in the gap. :)

I just read through your entire comic! It was awesome (even though I did not get all of the math jokes :3)

I hate it when girls use the taxi cab metric. “That’s so not measurable; I’m calling a cab.”

“You know, honey, P^1 is isometric to itself under an inversion map so you *could* think of this as length 1/l…”

Sometimes, if you’re being discrete, anything more than nothing is enough.

(And now that I got them out of my system I will run away.)

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A priest, a rabbi, and an automorphism climb into bed …

Never mind.

As long as it’s of sufficient dimension to span her null space, multiplication by a scalar is irrelevant.

What happened to the one from Monday, October 12?

Noah–I forgot it was Monday. Whoops! Some day I’ll backdate a comic and fill in the gap. :)

I just read through your entire comic!

It was awesome (even though I did not get all of the math jokes :3)

I hate it when girls use the taxi cab metric. “That’s so not measurable; I’m calling a cab.”

“You know, honey, P^1 is isometric to itself under an inversion map so you *could* think of this as length 1/l…”

Sometimes, if you’re being discrete, anything more than nothing is enough.

(And now that I got them out of my system I will run away.)