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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 $\alpha$)?
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Apr
12
revised Is $\Gamma(\alpha, 0, x)$ log-concave as a function of $x$ (for fixed $\alpha$)?
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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
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23
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23
revised Drawing $m$ objects from $n$ types (with replacement). What is the distribution of type counts?
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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
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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?