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Jul
8
comment Subgroups of Sufficiently Large Symmetric Groups / Cayley's Theorem explanation
@lhf: Basically, too much jargon and not enough intuition. I am new to the area of groups so I haven't gotten used to all the jargon. mesel's answer is pretty much exactly what I was looking for.
Jul
8
revised Subgroups of Sufficiently Large Symmetric Groups / Cayley's Theorem explanation
Extended question a bit
Jul
8
comment Subgroups of Sufficiently Large Symmetric Groups / Cayley's Theorem explanation
@David: Cayley's Theorem is exactly what I was suspecting.
Jul
8
asked Subgroups of Sufficiently Large Symmetric Groups / Cayley's Theorem explanation
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
May
17
awarded  Popular Question
May
5
awarded  Yearling
Apr
16
revised Fair rolling for a six sided die
Formatting.
Apr
16
suggested approved edit on Fair rolling for a six sided die
Apr
3
asked What multigraphs are isomorphic to their dual graph?
Nov
22
revised How can the trefoil knot be expressed in polar coordinates?
Added title's question to body.
Nov
22
comment How can the trefoil knot be expressed in polar coordinates?
But the Wolfram|Alpha plots both treat $t$ analogously to $\theta$. In the first, $0 < t < 2\pi$ and in the second $-\pi < t < \pi$. How is $t$ different from $\theta$ in these contexts?
Nov
22
asked How can the trefoil knot be expressed in polar coordinates?
Oct
31
comment Why does this function not have any extrema?
Indeed, plotting the function shows that there is a saddle point.
Oct
31
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
30
accepted Self-collisions in a stack of cards
Oct
30
accepted HAKMEM 18(B): Cubic Partitions
Oct
30
comment Finding the limit of $( 1 + a + a^2 + \ldots+ a^n)/(1 + b + b^2 + \ldots+ b^n)$
The method I tried turned out to give a wrong answer, so I deleted my answer. Writing out all 9 cases is not that bad, honestly.
Oct
30
comment Why am I getting half the correct answer by using Green's Theorem?
That, and I remember it's the Jacobian for that transformation.
Oct
30
accepted Why am I getting half the correct answer by using Green's Theorem?