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β2 comes from univariate quadratic equation, and β-1 comes from univariate cubic equation. When they appear in front of human eyes, we think it represents impossibility and mistake, and people's cognition is subverted: it is said that Pythagoras pushed his student who discovered β2 into the Aegean Sea.Cardano doubted his own calculation was wrong.Truth is hidden in these unacknowledged secrets, and people don't understand what they are, just like the scene in level β2. I think science itself is an art, and this article makes me feel the beauty inherent in mathematics that I have been unable to describe in words. It must be +1.

]]>β2 comes from univariate quadratic equation, and β-1 comes from univariate cubic equation. When they appear in front of human eyes, we think it represents impossibility and mistake, and people's cognition is subverted: it is said that Pythagoras pushed his student who discovered β2 into the Aegean Sea.Cardano doubted his own calculation was wrong.Truth is hidden in these unacknowledged secrets, and people don't understand what they are, just like the scene in level β2. I think science itself is an art, and this article makes me feel the beauty inherent in mathematics that I have been unable to describe in words. It must be +1.

]]>very cool though, love the fancy maths words popping up randomly.

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I do like the Level's connection with **math**. That is unique (Btw, I **hate** math). .

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