# User:btg2290

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Name: Unknown.
Age: Unknown.
Location: Secret Lunar Base nobody knows about (shhh)
Gender: Currently being varified in a world class medical facility somewhere in Europe.
Education: Whatever you have and better.

General
 In Memoriam: 9/11 May we never forget...
 This user does not smoke.
 This user is male.
 This user has never left the Northern Hemisphere.
 3 This user has set foot in 3 countries of the world.
 This user contributes using Firefox.
 This user is left-handed.
 This user enjoys writing.
teen This user is a teenager, not a stereotype.
 This user wants to be your friend.
40px This user is more than happy to retain their "personality disorder(s)" and delights in telling their mental health professional to screw off.
 This user uses Google as a primary search engine.
CA This user uses Canadian English spelling.
Wikipedia
 This user assumes good faith.
 This user maintains a strict policy advising against all personal attacks.
 This user strives to maintain a policy of neutrality on controversial issues.
 This user is proud to be a Wikipedian.
 This user is interested in the history of the Cold War.
 This user is interested in World War I and World War II.
 This user is interested in ancient civilizations.
 This user is interested in the British Empire.
 This user uses Wikipedia as a primary point of reference.
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Math Stuff

$a^2 + b^2 = c^2$ - Pathagoream Theorem

$x^2 + y^2 = r^2$ - Radius of Circle

Linear Equation $y =Mx+B$ - Equation of a Line $x+By=C$ - Standard Form $y-K=M(x-H)$ - Point-Slope Form Parametric

$x=Tt+U$
$y = Vt+W$

$y = x^2$ - Simplest Quadratic Equation

Ex. $y = x^2 + x + 1$

$y = ax^2 + bx + c$ - Standard Quadratic Form $y = a ( x - h)^2 + k$ - Quadratic Vertex Form $a^2 = b^2 + c^2 -2bc$cos A - Cosine Law $A x^2 + B xy + C y^2 + D x + E y + F = 0$ - Hyperbola Function

Domain: {x ∈ R|Restrictions (if applicable)}
Range: {y ∈ R|Restrictions (if applicable)}
Example of Restrictions:
$x \neq 0$

Divergence theorem: $\iiint\limits_V\left(\nabla\cdot\mathbf{F}\right)dV=\iint\limits_{\part V}\mathbf{F}\cdot d\mathbf{S},$

Euler's formula: $e^{ix} = \cos(x) + i\sin(x) \!$

Additions are welcome and encouraged