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  • #16
    lol, I am able to communicate my ideas well, i'm just lazy when typing, what's the point og being gramatically perfect in a forum. And to answer your question, my favourite area is "pure/abstract" and i detest applied. I'm trying to specialise in topology (linear-piecewise) or i may possibly head towards knot theory and links, but atm i'm just getting a good overall grounding at uni, then if i get in for the part 3 (4th year) i'll get more in depth with the 2 above topics. That's if i get into the part 3 course, i not phd at another uni (maybe ucl or warwick).

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Fitzer
      what's the point og being gramatically perfect in a forum.
      Perhaps you should make an effort simply because it is the polite thing to do.

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      • #18
        Isn't it also polite to not speak or write in a language that people don't understand.

        *points to mine and voltages tagline.*
        "so many books, so little time"

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        • #19
          Originally posted by ch0l0man
          Isn't it also polite to not speak or write in a language that people don't understand.
          I never considered it rude, but I would certainly correct it if people were to complain. I do not speak French; I am simply borrowing off of the famous René Magritte painting.

          Yes, I know, KeLviN. Unfortunately, the custom user title is too short. (I couldn't even finish the word "personne", let alone provide the proper attribution.)

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          • #20
            Well that's Ceci is not a person...but why do you say person and the painting is about a pipe?
            Answering easy questions since 1987
            Si Dieu est pour moi, qui peut ĂȘtre contre moi?

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