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 Apr 26 awarded Yearling Apr 15 comment can any continuous function be represented as a sum of convex and concave function? the "closed interval" is necessary? The statement won't hold in infinite intervals? Apr 14 comment Volume of $k$-simplex in $n$-dimensions ($n \ne k$)? @Travis why not? just add more vertices. Apr 14 asked Volume of $k$-simplex in $n$-dimensions ($n \ne k$)? Apr 12 accepted Is $\Gamma(\alpha, 0, x)$ log-concave as a function of $x$ (for fixed $\alpha$)? Apr 12 comment Is $\Gamma(\alpha, 0, x)$ log-concave as a function of $x$ (for fixed $\alpha$)? Why the downvote? Please leave a comment. Apr 12 revised Is $\Gamma(\alpha, 0, x)$ log-concave as a function of $x$ (for fixed $\alpha$)? deleted 3 characters in body Apr 12 asked Is $\Gamma(\alpha, 0, x)$ log-concave as a function of $x$ (for fixed $\alpha$)? Mar 24 accepted Drawing $m$ objects from $n$ types (with replacement). What is the distribution of type counts? Mar 23 comment Drawing $m$ objects from $n$ types (with replacement). What is the distribution of type counts? @ClementC. Thank you, I solved it using this. Mar 23 answered Drawing $m$ objects from $n$ types (with replacement). What is the distribution of type counts? Mar 23 revised Drawing $m$ objects from $n$ types (with replacement). What is the distribution of type counts? deleted 55 characters in body Mar 23 revised Drawing $m$ objects from $n$ types (with replacement). What is the distribution of type counts? added 136 characters in body Mar 23 revised Drawing $m$ objects from $n$ types (with replacement). What is the distribution of type counts? added 136 characters in body Mar 22 asked Drawing $m$ objects from $n$ types (with replacement). What is the distribution of type counts? Mar 21 comment difference between boundary conditions and initial conditions @Tucker So on the mathematical level there is no distinction. Mar 19 comment Determine the third point in right triangle only knowing the coordinates of the other two points +1, How did you do the gif? Mar 15 revised Chaitin's constant for lambda calculus and combinatory logic added chaitin's tag Mar 15 comment Can we know the first few digits of Chaitin's constant? @vadim123 Yes, it is uncomputable because there is no finite algorithm that outputs all the digits. My question was if there is a finite algorithm that outputs a finite number of digits. Mar 15 comment Can we know the first few digits of Chaitin's constant? @TonyK The comment above contradicts yours. Can explain how?