This is part of an ongoing series called Foundations of QAnal Outline Today we’re going to talk about very basic points and lines geometry. Specifically we are going to address the following questions: What is a point? What is a line? How do we calculate the line that intersects a pair of distinct points (the […]

# Category: Foundations of QAnal

## Rational number arithmetic in Erlang | FQA 2

This is post number 2 in an ongoing series called Foundations of QAnal. Outline The goal for today is for you to understand what a rational number is how it is represented in Erlang how the operations are defined basic properties of the operations This is going to be brief (ish). I want to talk […]

## Experimental new series: Foundations of QAnal

I may or may not stick with this. I am having horrible writer’s block trying to write this all out in a LaTeX PDF, Erlang, my videos, or in my Revelations. So I’m trying the blog medium. The blog has the “fire and forget” property. So we’ll see. QAnal is my fork of mathematics. QAnal […]