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# Math test expectations

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This has happened to me on multiple occasions 🙁

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Sean Sather-Wagstaffsin? or sin(x)? or sin(t)? srsly.

BlaiseYeah, as much as I like the picture, the statements make no sense. Maybe upside-down L means something (pretty sure it does), but just having sin and not sin of anything is plain sinful.

Mike@ above comment: That “upside-down L” is a capital gamma. I think I’ve heard of something called the gamma function. It’s probably that.

Really, though, it wasn’t meant to be anything real. Just supposed to look “mathy” and complex

DÃ¤nThe statement makes sense if you switch the two lines und then remove the line break. pi*s/2 is supposed to be the argument of the sine function and the whole thing is the functional equation of the Riemann zeta function 🙂