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  1. Einsatz
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  2. opie
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  3. Einsatz
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  4. drake01605
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  7. drake01605
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  8. limeee
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  9. drake01605
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  10. eimski
    Cupcake Nov 12, 2014

    eimski , Nov 12, 2014 :
    no. in a complex equation with j as imaginary number, anything that have to do with j cannot be compressed because you cannot compress imagination. - wise words from a flying donkey
     

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  11. cuneytsongul
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  13. JordanAW
    Froyo Nov 12, 2014

    JordanAW , Nov 12, 2014 :
    Yes, as long as i is multiplied by the equation excluding the fourth variable (z) then it is incomprehensible to assume, if however we go a step further and include the necessary third parenthetical then it would be comprehensible, even then the presence of imaginary i leads to the nature of the incomprehensiblity
     

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