### A tough call

If it shows, this is a section of lessons in math that are well made. I just find it odd that singing toasters on YouTube gets 3 million views and decent science gets 22.

Here is a playlist if you are interested and the video doesn't show for some reason.

I was just wondering if I would rather have science drilled into my head with a jack hammer or sung to me by a mermaid within a symphony composed by Mozart while lounging in the sun on a warm spring day in the south of France, and that is a tough call, but I am going with Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart and the mermaid I think.

Hopefully the video will show. (hmmm have to paste embed code in html mode. I think ) I often use the game "einstein" , Rubik's cube and math review to see whether I am functioning. Usually I can easily complete the einstein game in less than 2 minutes with no errors, but lately it has been difficult. I think it was that trip into 5 dimensional gedanken space to the intersect of a Schwartzchild radius that may have blown a mental gasket. It seems the last time this happened is when I delved too deep into Cantor's infinities. Infinity can be a nasty place to play at times.

The videos serve as a pleasant review of calculus and other stuff and is more fun than puzzles as it does have some ultimate use. The neurons do rust when exposed to the internetz.

If you read my blog you know how much I love the LaTeX. I was wondering about "therefore" and had never used that. So here is the LaTeX for Zim wiki representing the Quotient rule.
\therefore
\frac{d}{dx}\bigg[\frac{g(x)}{h(x)}\bigg]
=\frac{g'(x)\cdot h(x)-h'(x)\cdot g(x)}{h(x)^2}

Q.E.D.