Math Help - continued fractions

1. continued fractions

I've heard about continued fractions, but anyone know about discontinued fractions? what is the difference? can provide some examples?

Thanks a lot!!!

2. Hello acc100jt
Originally Posted by acc100jt
I've heard about continued fractions, but anyone know about discontinued fractions? what is the difference? can provide some examples?

Thanks a lot!!!
As far as I know, there's no such thing as a discontinued fraction. But if there were, I assume that it would be one that is not a continued fraction - i.e. one with a finite number of component parts.

3. No, there is no such thing as a discontinued fraction. It's like saying "this is an integer, then what's an outeger ?". ()

4. Originally Posted by Bacterius
No, there is no such thing as a discontinued fraction. It's like saying "this is an integer, then what's an outeger ?". ()
Ho! Ho!

I suppose on that basis an alternative name for differentiation would be outegration.

Ho! Ho!

I suppose on that basis an alternative name for differentiation would be outegration.

Sounds good

6. How about Integration and Disintegration?

7. ...or a right triangle and a wrong triangle (or left triangle)

8. Topology and Bottomology? (Or am I starting to get too silly now?)

9. Then there is: subtraction and supertraction.

10. Multiplication and Noplication.

11. Of course there are approximately 454 parallelograms in a parallelopound.

Of course there are approximately 454 parallelograms in a parallelopound.
That's awful! . . . Go to your room!

Just kidding . . . I'm just jealous 'cause I didn't think of it.
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13. What about the unnatural logarithm?

Or how about Lie groups and truth groups?

14. Trigoyesmetry

15. Trigonomegiveup

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