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May
30
comment How to convince a layman that the $\pi = 4$ proof is wrong?
@EricStucky: A little bit. It's been almost a year since I had to though...
May
5
awarded  Yearling
Apr
27
comment Sex distribution
My gut feeling is "no" because after picking one male student, you're choosing from N-1 male students and N female students. Not much difference, but it's there.
Apr
24
revised Number of possible moves in $k$-opt
LaTeXified.
Apr
24
suggested suggested edit on Number of possible moves in $k$-opt
Apr
23
revised Why $A_{5}$ has no subgroup of order $15$?
LaTeXified.
Apr
23
suggested suggested edit on Why $A_{5}$ has no subgroup of order $15$?
Apr
23
revised What is $\lim\limits_{k \to 0}{f(k) = 2 + k^{\frac{3}{2}}\cos {\frac{1}{k^2}}}$
LaTeXified.
Apr
23
suggested suggested edit on What is $\lim\limits_{k \to 0}{f(k) = 2 + k^{\frac{3}{2}}\cos {\frac{1}{k^2}}}$
Apr
17
revised How to solve this quadratically constrained quadratic programming problem?
LaTeXification and some grammar/spelling.
Apr
17
suggested suggested edit on How to solve this quadratically constrained quadratic programming problem?
Apr
15
revised Finding linear combinations and verifying using the augmented matrix.
Fixed row operation formatting.
Apr
15
comment Finding linear combinations and verifying using the augmented matrix.
@Fatz: I fixed that part of it. For future reference, use a double space at the end of a line for a line break.
Apr
15
suggested suggested edit on Finding linear combinations and verifying using the augmented matrix.
Apr
15
comment Given 13 cards and having at least one ace, what's the probability you hold all aces?
I tried to LaTeXify this and make it pretty, but I couldn't parse your solution attempt in a way that made sense. Could you rewrite it?
Apr
9
comment How many numbers of the form $p_1^2 p_2 p_3$ are there less than $10^{15}$ for $p_1$, $p_2$, $p_3$ distinct primes?
Do you need an exact answer or a good approximation?
Apr
3
comment How do I get good at Math?
Computer Science major huh? Project Euler might interest you.
Mar
26
revised Showing the identity: $\tan \alpha + 2 \tan 2\alpha + 4 \tan 4\alpha = \cot \alpha − 8 \cot 8\alpha$
LaTeXified.
Mar
26
suggested suggested edit on Showing the identity: $\tan \alpha + 2 \tan 2\alpha + 4 \tan 4\alpha = \cot \alpha − 8 \cot 8\alpha$
Mar
16
suggested suggested edit on Proving $(1 + 1/n)^{n+1} \gt e$