I want to be a math professor, so that people can leave the **** away from me. People constantly bother me with their retarded questions.
I hate my current job ... Currently, I make about 200K working for Goldman. What a **** **** company.
Most math professors deal with people and their questions all day. Are you sure this is a good direction for you?
TuringEquivalent wrote:I hate my current job ... Currently, I make about 200K working for Goldman. What a **** **** company.
Yeah right like I believe you. I think it is more likely you make 15K hosing **** off toilet seats in a bus station somewhere like Bensonhurst.
You have the luxury of an audience that is willing to bleed to understand your thought process.
but I imagine conversations with lawyers
do me a fave and post a mathematical prob germane to your studies
Define a function f(n) for integers n > 0, such that f(n) = (3n + 1) / 2, if n is odd, and f(n) = n / 2, if n is even. Prove that for any integer n > 1, the sequence (ak), recursively defined by a0 = n, and ak+1 = f(ak), reaches 1.
196-algorithm termination problem | abc conjecture | Andrica's conjecture | Barnette's conjecture | Beal's conjecture | closing lemma | Collatz problem | de Polignac's conjecture | Eberhart's conjecture | normality of e | Erdős-Turán conjecture | irrationality of the Euler-Mascheroni constant | Fuglede's conjecture | strong Goldbach conjecture | ternary Goldbach conjecture | graph genus problem | graph isomorphism problem | Hodge conjecture | Jacobian conjecture | Keller's conjecture | Landau's fourth problem | Legendre's conjecture | linear programming problem over the reals | infinitude of Mersenne primes problem | smooth solution to the Navier-Stokes equations problem | normality of pi | principle of computational equivalence | P vs. NP problem | Quillen-Lichtenbaum conjecture | Riemann hypothesis | Scholz conjecture | Smale's fourth problem | Smale's fifth problem | Smale's sixth problem | Smale's seventh problem | Smale's eighth problem | Smale's eleventh problem | Smale's twelfth problem | Smale's thirteenth problem | Smale's fourteenth problem | Smale's seventeenth problem | Smale's eighteenth problem | subgraph homeomorphism problem | Swinnerton-Dyer conjecture | twin prime conjecture | second twin prime conjecture | strong twin prime conjecture | Wagstaff's conjecture | Yang-Mills existence and mass gap problem (total: 49)
Actually, I don't have one of those
You've been exposed as a crackpot and a fraud - if in a hole, stop digging.
can you explain why you claim to be trained in mathematics? If you persist in that claim, can you give details on it?