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Sep
9
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?
Sep
9
comment Functions whose $n^{th}$ Derivatives form a cycle
@AndréNicolas why not though?
Sep
9
asked Functions whose $n^{th}$ Derivatives form a cycle
Sep
2
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
8
awarded  Constituent
Jun
8
awarded  Caucus
May
15
awarded  Yearling
Mar
22
revised Finding points of intersection which are coincident
Fixed typos, remove picture
Mar
22
suggested approved edit on Finding points of intersection which are coincident
Mar
22
comment Improper integral $ \int_{0}^{\infty } e^{-\sqrt{x}}dx$
Care to post what you have done so far?
Feb
20
revised Problem Solving Question - Can't eliminate possibilities based on clues given
Corrected title plus formatting
Feb
20
suggested approved edit on Problem Solving Question - Can't eliminate possibilities based on clues given
Feb
20
comment Changing a number between arbitrary bases
Got it, have to do the modulo in the original base. Didn't realize, sorry.
Feb
20
accepted Changing a number between arbitrary bases
Feb
20
comment Changing a number between arbitrary bases
Wait, how do I do this for a starting base $\neq10$?
Feb
20
comment Changing a number between arbitrary bases
Confused. Did you just define $x$ to be two different things? How did I get $x$'s base $b$ representation?
Feb
20
revised Changing a number between arbitrary bases
added 10 characters in body
Feb
20
asked Changing a number between arbitrary bases
Feb
10
comment Ways of getting a number with $n$ dice, each with $k$ sides
Perfect, and thanks for the references.
Feb
10
accepted Ways of getting a number with $n$ dice, each with $k$ sides