Talk:Constraint counting

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Periods at end of in-line equations[edit]

Paul Halmos famously did not like them. I can hardly even see the one Oleg put in. Halmos advocated avoided writing sentences ending in an in-line equation, but omitting them when this does happen.---CH (talk) 03:15, 18 August 2005 (UTC)

Students beware[edit]

I created the original version of this article and had been monitoring it for bad edits, but I am leaving the WP and am now abandoning this article to its fate.

Just wanted to provide notice that I am only responsible (in part) for the last version I edited; see User:Hillman/Archive. I emphatically do not vouch for anything you might see in more recent versions.

Good luck in your seach for information, regardless!---CH 23:08, 30 June 2006 (UTC)

Can somebody take a look at this article?[edit]

I just don't think I can trust an article that begins with "Everybody knows that..." Wtf is that shit? srsly? The article is story-like and seems a little opinionated. I appreciate that it's here in the first place I suppose.

The Einstein stuff is written really badly86.174.43.63 (talk) 11:33, 2 December 2013 (UTC)