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Please show one example of each:

  1. Irregular Expressions
  2. Rational & Irrational Expressions
  3. Immaginary Expressions
  4. Anti Expressions
  5. Euclidean & Non-Euclidean Expressions
  6. Newtonian, Relativistic & Quantum Expressions
  7. Theological Expressions (include specific theologies)
  8. Philosophical Expressions (include specific philosophies)
  9. Okay, I'm stopping myself by force of will...


    In reply to Re: Regular expressions are: by pileofrogs
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