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Posted by Scott Abernathy on April 23, 2002 15:09:51 UTC

I think that Paul's explanation was a little more specific, but at the same time a lot more confusing. I guess I was "ignorant" of the qualifications of people in this forum. I assumed that some of the people in here were more well versed on those topics than they are. For that I am a bit embarrassed.

I do understand how to "visualize" the dimensions a little better though. Most of the math falls outside of my realm.

I am not much of a mathematician. That is why I went into the "softer" sciences, such as Biology. Statistics were always a bear for me, but I knew I had to a least know that field of math. I am a Biologist. I will not submit a resume, nor will I tell you where I work. I don't expect you to believe me, but it is the truth. I don't work for a university, but I did work a few years in Dutch Harbor port in Alaska. I do not work on the boats anymore, but it was good experience. I am sure my statements will not satisfy all in the forum, but it is what you get for now.

Scott

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