Seeker of Lost Homework
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Seeker of Lost Homework is a Basic Collections achievement that requires unlocking all of the trophies from Cracked Fractal Encryption boxes.
Achievement[edit]
Seeker of Lost Homework  Basic Collections  5 

Collect 21 junk items from Fractal Encryptions awarded in the Fractals of the Mists."Math? Of course I know math! What kind of things are they teaching you kids these days? Bah!" —Councillor Phlunt

Collected 1 Junk Item From Fractal Encryptions  1 
Collected 6 Junk Items From Fractal Encryptions  1  
Collected 11 Junk Items From Fractal Encryptions  1  
Collected 16 Junk Items From Fractal Encryptions  1  
Collected 21 Junk Items From Fractal Encryptions  1 
Items in this collection[edit]
Collectible  Type  Subtype  Notes  

1  Proof of Bask's Theorem  Item  Trophy  Refers to a particular proof of the Pythagorean Theorem (after Bhaskar). 
2  Proof of Neta's Square Inversion Law  Item  Trophy  Refers to the inversely quadratic property of an intensity in relation to a distance in some physical laws (after Newton). 
3  Proof of Gott's Integral Derivation  Item  Trophy  Refers to the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, which states that differentiation reverses the process of integration, and that integration can be used to find antiderivatives (after Gottfried Leibniz). 
4  Proof of Drik's Transformations  Item  Trophy  Refers specifically to the Lorentz Transformations of relativity (after Hendrik Lorentz). 
5  Proof of Gali's Proportional Traversal  Item  Trophy  Refers to Interception theorem (also known as Thales' theorem, used to determinate ratios of various line segments that are created if two intersecting lines are intercepted by a pair of parallels (after Galileo Galilei). 
6  Proof of Dekin's Rational Cuts  Item  Trophy  Refers to Dedekind cut, which is a partition of the rational numbers into two nonempty sets A and B, such that all elements of A are less than all elements of B, and A contains no greatest element. Dedekind cuts are one method of construction of the real numbers (after Richard Dedekind). 
7  Manuscript of 'Halfway There and...'  Item  Trophy  Refers to one of Zeno's paradoxes where one cannot reach a destination due to constantly having to travel half the distance to it. 
8  Manuscript of 'This Book Is False'  Item  Trophy  Refers to the Liar's paradox. 
9  Manuscript of 'Proposal for a 1:1 Scale Map of Tyria'  Item  Trophy  Refers to a 1:1 scale model simply being the original object. 
10  Postulate of Construction  Item  Trophy  Refers to the first postulate (axiom) of Euclidean geometry from Euclid's Elements, which states that a straight line can be constructed from any point to any other point.. 
11  Postulate of Continuity  Item  Trophy  Refers to the second postulate of Euclidean geometry from Euclid's Elements, which states that a finite straight line can be extended continuously. 
12  Postulate of Diameter  Item  Trophy  Refers to the third postulate of Euclidean geometry from Euclid's Elements, which states that a circle can be described with any given centre and radius (and therefore any given diameter, since the diameter of the circle is 2 times the radius). 
13  Postulate of Rectitude  Item  Trophy  Refers to the fourth postulate of Euclidean geometry from Euclid's Elements, which states that "all right angles are equal to one another". 
14  Postulate of Parallels  Item  Trophy  Refers to the Parallel Postulate, the fifth postulate of Euclidean geometry from Euclid's Elements, which is often stated as "in a plane, given a line and a point not on it, at most one line parallel to the given line can be drawn through the point". 
15  Postulate of Superposition  Item  Trophy  Refers to the Method of Superposition, a method of proof used in Euclid's Elements but not permitted by the axioms. Some modern treatments of Euclidean geometry add an extra sixth postulate to account for this. 
16  Treatise on Convergence  Item  Trophy  Refers to the Convergent propriety of series in maths  a Convergent series is a series that converge to its limit. 
17  Treatise on Divergence  Item  Trophy  Refers to the Divergency of series in maths  a Divergent series is a series that does not converge to its limit. 
18  Treatise on Equivalence  Item  Trophy  Refers to a term X being equal to a term Y. 
19  Treatise on Symmetry  Item  Trophy  Refers to the invariability of an object after a transformation. 
20  Treatise on Iteration  Item  Trophy  Refers to the act of repeating a process with the aim of approaching a desired result. 
21  Treatise on Commensurability  Item  Trophy  Refers to the probability of two concepts or things of being measurable or comparable by a common standard. 