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Feb
10
accepted Ways of getting a number with $n$ dice, each with $k$ sides
Feb
9
comment Ways of getting a number with $n$ dice, each with $k$ sides
let us continue this discussion in chat
Feb
9
comment Ways of getting a number with $n$ dice, each with $k$ sides
It would probably be better to delete you answer now, and then when everything is ready, undelete.
Feb
9
comment Ways of getting a number with $n$ dice, each with $k$ sides
Honestly, I don't see how your approach is relevant to my question, nor is your answer (did you see the edit?).
Feb
9
comment Ways of getting a number with $n$ dice, each with $k$ sides
There are 36 possibilities... Also, I do not want to enumerate all the possibilities. I want a formula that will do that for me
Feb
9
comment Ways of getting a number with $n$ dice, each with $k$ sides
In the "classic" 2 six sided dice, not all numbers can be rolled the same amount of ways...
Feb
9
comment Ways of getting a number with $n$ dice, each with $k$ sides
see edit to question.
Feb
9
revised Ways of getting a number with $n$ dice, each with $k$ sides
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Feb
9
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Feb
9
comment Ways of getting a number with $n$ dice, each with $k$ sides
Just guessing, but perhaps $(\frac{k}{2})^{n}$?
Feb
9
comment Ways of getting a number with $n$ dice, each with $k$ sides
Quite honestly, I have no idea what that notation means. I want to know the number of ways that a number can be rolled.
Feb
9
comment Ways of getting a number with $n$ dice, each with $k$ sides
@KannappanSampath, see edit
Feb
9
asked Ways of getting a number with $n$ dice, each with $k$ sides
Jan
30
accepted Expression that hits integer multiples of two variables
Jan
29
comment Expression that hits integer multiples of two variables
How could I generalize this for arbitrary multiples?
Jan
29
comment Expression that hits integer multiples of two variables
Then it does not work for arbitrary $a$ and $b$
Jan
29
comment password lock problem
Repeats are not allowed?
Jan
29
comment Expression that hits integer multiples of two variables
Not seeing how to get the second set of multiples from that...
Jan
29
comment Expression that hits integer multiples of two variables
Apologies, I meant elementary functions (seen the term in several places, and saw more here)
Jan
29
revised Expression that hits integer multiples of two variables
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