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comment Is this way of teaching how to solve equations dangerous somehow?
@Aant thats it exactly
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comment Is this way of teaching how to solve equations dangerous somehow?
The worst example I've ever seen is "Ours is not to reason why, ours is to invert and multiply" oh the irony.
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comment Simplify $\sum_{i=0}^n (i+1)\binom ni$
Why did you differentiate?
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comment Odds of winning at minesweeper with perfect play
@RobertMassaioli thanks, and would appreciate any updates
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comment Is mathematics the only language that is not subject of interpretation?
I don't think your example of computer programming language is good. Undefined behavior means that results might not be consistent, and I believe that it would require solving the halting program to remove.
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revised Primes + Inetvel + conjecture on primes
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accepted Functions whose $n^{th}$ Derivatives form a cycle
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comment Suppose the quotient of two odd integers is an odd integer.
If this is HW, please tag it as such. Additionally, how would you expand an odd integer such that you can use the distributive rule?
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comment Functions whose $n^{th}$ Derivatives form a cycle
@AndréNicolas why not though?
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asked Functions whose $n^{th}$ Derivatives form a cycle
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