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Posted 23 Aug 2013At least we get to simulate universes =)
Posted 23 Aug 2013Will quantum computing be a double edged sword when it comes to encryption? If an encryption can be created it could be broken just as fast with a quantum computer and someone with bad intentions.
Posted 23 Aug 2013Ok Fixed. Thanks. I found this problem very interesting. [rep given]
Posted 23 Aug 2013I appreciate everyone's help on this. This was more complicated than I though it was going to be. I'll work on this later.
Posted 23 Aug 2013What does the program display and what is it supposed to display?
Ok. Let me break down an example for you. With the Wolfram Alpha calculator (which uses calculus) I found the arc length of sin(x) on the interval 0 to 1. The answer was ~1.3144...
With my non-calculus calculator I found the arc length of sin(x) on the interval 0 to 1 to be 0.841471... BUT I used 0.0001 as my segment size. I did this because calculus works with infinitesimals. I wanted an approximation that mimics the calculus route.
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