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This has happened to me on multiple occasions ๐

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Sean Sather-Wagstaffsin? or sin(x)? or sin(t)? srsly.

BlaiseYeah, as much as I like the picture, the statements make no sense. Maybe upside-down L means something (pretty sure it does), but just having sin and not sin of anything is plain sinful.

Mike@ above comment: That “upside-down L” is a capital gamma. I think I’ve heard of something called the gamma function. It’s probably that.

Really, though, it wasn’t meant to be anything real. Just supposed to look “mathy” and complex

DรยคnThe statement makes sense if you switch the two lines und then remove the line break. pi*s/2 is supposed to be the argument of the sine function and the whole thing is the functional equation of the Riemann zeta function ๐