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Torah613Torah
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I know, you’re extremely curious what it is. I will tell you.

It’s an integral sign, and Torah is integral to our lives. In mathematics, the integral of a function roughly means the area under the curve described by the equation in my subtitle.

#934915
shnitzy
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Kudos to you dude.

#934916
squeak
Participant

You are missing a term. I don’t know what it is, but it’s something very small.

#934917
Torah613Torah
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Squeak: Nice correction. I was going to ask to put in the d/dTorah but it looks okay to me now and I figured it would just confuse people.

Edit: Also, it would not fit on one line.

#934918
potpie
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Torah613Torah, are/were you a math major in college?

#934919
Torah613Torah
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Potpie: Nope.

#934920
squeak
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Without it, you will be unable to integrate torah.

#934921
Torah613Torah
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You are cute.

So I tried, but apparently only one html character is allowed per subtitle.

Then I realized I was saying “change in Torah”. But the Torah cannot be changed! ?? ?????? ??? ????? ??? ???? ?’ ???? ????! Were you trying to make me into an apikores???

The conclusion is that Torah is cannot be treated as a variable, and my subtitle will just have to provide food for thought.

#934922
R.T.
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How about adding the infinity sign at the top and bottom of the integral. After all, Torah is infinite and if you want a proof, I will be happy to provide one.

#934923
Torah613Torah
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R.T. Something goes wrong when more than one html character is used.

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