What is everyone's favorite math equation? I think mine might be the laplace transform just because it is at the root of so much modern day science from relativity to electrical engineering and leads to a way of looking at and understanding the universe that really is a game changer.

Whats your favorite math equation?

@freemo @math

A really interesting one is the probability a pair of numbers not having a common factor as:


A.k.a a pair of numbers being relatively prime.

It shows the persistence of the natural existence of the number pi (3.14...), in yet another natural artifact.

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