Posts filled under #otakon2017

I'm kinda lowkey blinking

I'm kinda lowkey blinking in this photo but i really love it because it's probably the best shot we had taken of us all day ;u; Because of the masquerade we didn't get to take any photos pretty much at all so i'm super thankful to have this one!! If everything works out we're highly considering wearing them all together again for katsucon! (hurry up ) {#cosplay #otakon #otakon2017 #whitewing #whitewingsisters #whitewingcosplay #estcosplay #est #palla #pallacosplay #catriacosplay #catria #fireemblem #fireemblemechoes #fireemblemechoescosplay #Nintendo #nintendocosplay #worbla #armor }

Hi I'm Sam and I miss my

Hi I'm Sam and I miss my tiny family so much and I love @coconutcosplay and @galracos so much and I can't wait to see them again. The con has literally been over for about a week and 2 days now bUT I DONT CARE because I'm an old man and I'm sappy for my family :) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ #manga #mangaboy #mangagirl #ks #koogi #kscosplay #killingstalking #killingstalkingcosplay #killingstalkingchapter26 #killingstalkingchapter27 #sangwoo #sangwoocosplay #sangwooxprison #sangwooxyoonbum #sangwookillingstalking #yoonbum #yoonbumcosplay #yoonbumxsangwoo #yoonbumkillingstalking #anime #animeboy #animegirl #cosplay #cosplayer #otakon2017

Forever my waifu  So they

Forever my waifu So they announced my girl for FE Warriors! I'm still on the fence about getting the game since there are like no characters from any of the titles other than Awakening and Fates feat. Marth, but I'll see. #camilla #camillacosplay#camillafireemblem #cosplay#cosplaygirl #fireemblem#fireemblemfates#fe# #fireemblemcosplay #fefates#nintendo#nintendocosplay#videogames#nohrianscum#waifu#nohr#fireemblemheroes #feheroes#fireemblemfatescosplay#fireemblemwarriors#fewarriors#otakon#otakon2017

I just know everything be

I just know everything because I'm a genius! . . . . . . I hope everyone that went to Otakon had a great time!! And to everyone else in this 'great safe' country please stay safe it really breaks me up that people still think actions like what's happening are okay, just please stay safe everyone!!! . . . . . . #cosplay #highschoolofthedead #highschoolofthedeadcosplay #hotd #hotdcosplay #saya #sayacosplay #ecchi #ecchigirl #sayatakagi #sayatakagicosplay #anime #animecosplay #animeschoolgirl #schoolgirl #cosplayer #cosplaygirl #uniform #otakon #otaku #otakon2017

Thank You For Living & Wi

Thank You For Living & Winning Today Here's My Demon Dog Combo Available Exclusively on (link in bio) Dimensions of 8x11inch & 11x17inch available I will also be adding larger sizes to my site within the next couple days so stay tuned for that Much Love & Blessings to you all on this blessed day - - - #sesshomaru #inuyasha #thankyou #artlovers #animelover #animeexpo #animefanart #comiccon #comiccon2017 #acrylicpainting #artoftheday #goldenpaints #otakulife #otakon #otakon2017

Have the softest Mafia Ot

Have the softest Mafia OtaYuri AU photo. This was supposed to be gritty and badass but why is it hella cute Side Note: This was when I was mad and wouldn't kiss her, so she gave me a cheek kiss insteadI can't believe the photographer took a photo of it. And edited it Shook. College starts again in a week, so I'm going to go back into my natural state of burrito. Thank you new followers, I appreciate you I dunno why you'd want to see my trashy page, but I'm flattered you wanna follow a heathen like me Photography by She went outside and shot in the pouring rain for us. I can't believe we thought it was going to be a good ideaI was so sick afterwards. Cosplay=Bad decisions. Otabae: @crimsonembercosplay Mafia OtaYuri AU Design: (We've been following her Mafia AU journey so long, and being able to bring her AU to life is the best reward.) #MafiaAU #YOIMafiaAU #OtaYuri #OtaYuriMafiaAU #otakon #otakon2017 #yuriplisetsky #yuriplisetskycosplay #otabekaltin #otabekaltincosplay #otabekxyuri #YOI #YuriOnIceCosplay #KawaiiloRen #OtaYuriCosplay

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The symbol used by mathematicians to represent the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter is the lowercase Greek letter , sometimes spelled out as pi, and derived from the first letter of the Greek word perimetros, meaning circumference. In English, is pronounced as "pie" (, pa). In mathematical use, the lowercase letter (or in sans-serif font) is distinguished from its capitalized and enlarged counterpart , which denotes a product of a sequence, analogous to how denotes summation. The choice of the symbol is discussed in the section Adoption of the symbol .

Any complex number, say z, can be expressed using a pair of real numbers. In the polar coordinate system, one number (radius or r) is used to represent z's distance from the origin of the complex plane and the other (angle or ) to represent a counter-clockwise rotation from the positive real line as follows: z = r ( cos + i sin ) , {\displaystyle z=r\cdot (\cos \varphi +i\sin \varphi ),} where i is the imaginary unit satisfying i2 = 1. The frequent appearance of in complex analysis can be related to the behavior of the exponential function of a complex variable, described by Euler's formula: e i = cos + i sin , {\displaystyle e^{i\varphi }=\cos \varphi +i\sin \varphi ,} where the constant e is the base of the natural logarithm. This formula establishes a correspondence between imaginary powers of e and points on the unit circle centered at the origin of the complex plane. Setting = in Euler's formula results in Euler's identity, celebrated by mathematicians because it contains the five most important mathematical constants: e i + 1 = 0. {\displaystyle e^{i\pi }+1=0.} There are n different complex numbers z satisfying zn = 1, and these are called the "n-th roots of unity". They are given by this formula: e 2 i k / n ( k = 0 , 1 , 2 , , n 1 ) . {\displaystyle e^{2\pi ik/n}\qquad (k=0,1,2,\dots ,n-1).}

The development of computers in the mid-20th century again revolutionized the hunt for digits of . American mathematicians John Wrench and Levi Smith reached 1,120 digits in 1949 using a desk calculator. Using an inverse tangent (arctan) infinite series, a team led by George Reitwiesner and John von Neumann that same year achieved 2,037 digits with a calculation that took 70 hours of computer time on the ENIAC computer. The record, always relying on an arctan series, was broken repeatedly (7,480 digits in 1957; 10,000 digits in 1958; 100,000 digits in 1961) until 1 million digits were reached in 1973. Two additional developments around 1980 once again accelerated the ability to compute . First, the discovery of new iterative algorithms for computing , which were much faster than the infinite series; and second, the invention of fast multiplication algorithms that could multiply large numbers very rapidly. Such algorithms are particularly important in modern computations, because most of the computer's time is devoted to multiplication. They include the Karatsuba algorithm, ToomCook multiplication, and Fourier transform-based methods. The iterative algorithms were independently published in 19751976 by American physicist Eugene Salamin and Australian scientist Richard Brent. These avoid reliance on infinite series. An iterative algorithm repeats a specific calculation, each iteration using the outputs from prior steps as its inputs, and produces a result in each step that converges to the desired value. The approach was actually invented over 160 years earlier by Carl Friedrich Gauss, in what is now termed the arithmeticgeometric mean method (AGM method) or GaussLegendre algorithm. As modified by Salamin and Brent, it is also referred to as the BrentSalamin algorithm. The iterative algorithms were widely used after 1980 because they are faster than infinite series algorithms: whereas infinite series typically increase the number of correct digits additively in successive terms, iterative algorithms generally multiply the number of correct digits at each step. For example, the Brent-Salamin algorithm doubles the number of digits in each iteration. In 1984, the Canadian brothers John and Peter Borwein produced an iterative algorithm that quadruples the number of digits in each step; and in 1987, one that increases the number of digits five times in each step. Iterative methods were used by Japanese mathematician Yasumasa Kanada to set several records for computing between 1995 and 2002. This rapid convergence comes at a price: the iterative algorithms require significantly more memory than infinite series.