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Jun
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revised Numerical Approximation Involving Trig
LaTeX formatting.
Jun
1
suggested approved edit on Numerical Approximation Involving Trig
Jun
1
revised How to imagine $X^2+Y^2-1=0$ in $C^2$, $X$, $Y$ both complex
LaTeX formatting and grammar/syntax.
Jun
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suggested approved edit on How to imagine $X^2+Y^2-1=0$ in $C^2$, $X$, $Y$ both complex
Jun
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comment Converting closed form to recursive and recursive to closed form
Yep, you got them.
May
31
comment Converting closed form to recursive and recursive to closed form
(Just pointing out two typos, but you're missing a $ about halfway through and you have a comma pretending to be a decimal at the very end.)
May
31
answered How to rewrite logarithmic equation in exponential form?
May
31
comment How to rewrite logarithmic equation in exponential form?
Can you elaborate as to what you mean by "logarithmic equation"? The way I see it, it already IS one...
May
30
comment Cube skeleton bindings
Ah, progress! :D
May
30
comment Cube skeleton bindings
@Beni: Blender, an awesome open-source and free 3D modeler. blender.org
May
28
revised Trying to find an unknown point just with angles
Grammar/syntax.
May
28
suggested approved edit on Trying to find an unknown point just with angles
May
28
comment Cube skeleton bindings
@Matt: Ah, good observations.
May
28
accepted Reflecting a point over a line created by two other points
May
28
comment Convert any number to positive. How?
Precisely. The second option is a work-around only (like if your calculator doesn't have an absolute-value function).
May
28
answered Convert any number to positive. How?
May
27
comment Probability of drawing a card
Don't you mean a specific card? The probability of drawing one of 37 cards is 100%, but the probability of drawing one of those is $\displaystyle \frac{1}{37}$.
May
27
revised Finding an unknown point
LaTeX formatting.
May
27
suggested approved edit on Finding an unknown point
May
26
comment Number of cycles in a grid such that each cycle traverse all the lines
@Ross: True. Also, I had never thought about eliminating decreasing polynomials...