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DATES Monday 25 Jul, 2016 – Friday 05 Aug, 2016 VENUE Madhava Lecture Hall, ICTS Bangalore APPLY Over the last three years ICTS has been organizing successful summer/winter schools on various topics of gravitational-wave (GW) physics and astronomy. Each school from this series aimed at focussing on a particular sub-area (theory, experiment, data science, etc)…

Polar 1.19 has been a lot of work but it’s finally out the door. There are a few we want to highlight about this release. Area Highlights Area highlights are now shown in the sidebar and updated and resized while you drag the area highlight box. Updated Annotations View We’ve updated the annotations view to…

#2 in Graphing Rational Functions. Shows how to graph Rational Functions or Rational Expressions with an example where the horizontal asymptote is y = 0.Also briefly reviews 4 main steps to take: 1. Simplify; 2. Find Excluded Values, and so find Vertical Asymptotes and Holes; 3. Find Horizontal Asymptotes or Slant (Oblique) Asymptotes; 4. Find…