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    What is the Ides of March, and what is the significance?

    I wikied Ides of March, it is the 15th day of March, but I couldn't find anything that is related to calculus.

    Does anyone know what is the significance of Ides of March relating to calculus... or math?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cammywhite View Post
    I wikied Ides of March, it is the 15th day of March, but I couldn't find anything that is related to calculus.

    Does anyone know what is the significance of Ides of March relating to calculus... or math?
    no math relationship that I know of ... I do know that it was prominently mentioned as a line in Julius Caesar by Shakespeare.

    "beware the ides of March ..."

    "ides of March" is the middle of March, or March 15
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