MadSci Search Results for Lew Gramer

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1. Computer Science : RE: Matrix Algebra, Lew Gramer, MIT S.B. Math (Theoretical) Tue May 14 17:21:35 1996
2. Astronomy: Re: Precision of the moon's synchronous rotation, Lew Gramer, MIT S.B. Math (Theoretical) Mon Dec 19 09:41:16 2005
3. Astronomy: Re: What are parabolic mirrors?, Lew Gramer, MIT S.B. Math (Theoretical) Fri Feb 5 16:44:49 1999
4. Astronomy: Re: Is the weak anthropic principle a tautology?, Lew Gramer, MIT S.B. Math (Theoretical) Fri Jan 7 10:36:56 2000
5. Engineering: Re: What use do the higher order derivatives serve in Calculus (4th, 5th,etc.)?, Lew Gramer, MIT S.B. Math (Theoretical) Mon Oct 11 16:25:45 1999
6. Astronomy: Re: why can I sometimes see the moon during daylight hours?, Lew Gramer, MIT S.B. Math (Theoretical) Thu Feb 8 16:22:00 2001
7. Astronomy: Re: How would the Earth look to a person living on the moon?, Lew Gramer, MIT S.B. Math (Theoretical) Tue Oct 27 22:10:11 1998
8. Other : RE: Mathematics, Lew Gramer, MIT S.B. Math (Theoretical) Wed Jul 3 17:54:20 1996
9. Astronomy: Re: What stars/planets do I see in the S. East and S. West night sky?, Lew Gramer, MIT S.B. Math (Theoretical) Wed Feb 9 12:32:35 2000
10. Astronomy: Re: is there anything above us or is everything on a horizontal plane?, Lew Gramer, MIT S.B. Math (Theoretical) Fri Aug 27 18:08:55 1999
11. Astronomy: Re: What is the biggest constellation, Lew Gramer, MIT S.B. Math (Theoretical) Wed Jan 26 21:05:02 2000
12. Astronomy: Re: why does the earth orbit around the sun?, Lew Gramer, MIT S.B. Math (Theoretical) Tue Aug 3 15:32:07 1999
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14. Astronomy: Re: How to calculate point of intersection of ecliptic with horizon?, Lew Gramer, MIT S.B. Math (Theoretical) Mon Mar 16 13:37:33 1998
15. Astronomy: Re: What are the problems with the 6-inch Dobsonian-mounted Newtonian reflector, Lew Gramer, MIT S.B. Math (Theoretical) Fri Aug 8 17:11:03 2003
16. Astronomy: Re: Why is the dark part of a crescent moon visible at night?, Lew Gramer, MIT S.B. Math (Theoretical) Fri Apr 14 15:43:50 2000
17. Astronomy: Re: What is it call when the moon land exactly at the celestrial equator?, Lew Gramer, MIT S.B. Math (Theoretical) Wed Oct 27 14:26:54 1999
18. Astronomy: Re: Where would you have to be standing on the Earth for it to appear that the , Lew Gramer, MIT S.B. Math (Theoretical) Mon Jun 2 12:15:58 2003
19. Astronomy: Re: what is the name of the meteorite that will collide with earth in 2013?, Lew Gramer, MIT S.B. Math (Theoretical) Thu Jun 24 17:33:25 1999
20. Physics : Re: Can a sphere have more than one axis of rotation?, Matthew Barchok, High School Junior, none Sat Jun 14 14:57:24 1997
21. Computer Science : RE: representation of numbers, Lew Gramer, MIT S.B. Math (Theoretical) Thu Apr 18 17:13:11 1996
22. Computer Science : Re: What makes a particular CPU faster than the another?, Lew Gramer, MIT S.B. Math (Theoretical) Mon May 19 15:43:55 1997
23. Astronomy: Re: Is it bad to stargaze when it is cold out?, Lew Gramer, MIT S.B. Math (Theoretical) Fri Oct 10 13:07:26 2003
24. Other: Re: Exactly what causes Inflation?, Lew Gramer, MIT S.B. Math (Theoretical) Fri Jul 7 18:08:00 2000
25. Astronomy : RE: Sunspots, Lew Gramer, MIT S.B. Math (Theoretical) Tue Sep 17 17:20:16 1996


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