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 2d answered A bipartite graph like $G(X,Y)$ such that $|X|=|Y|=k$ and $\delta(G) \gt \frac {k}{2}$ is Hamiltonian. 2d comment A bipartite graph like $G(X,Y)$ such that $|X|=|Y|=k$ and $\delta(G) \gt \frac {k}{2}$ is Hamiltonian. I think your intuition about modifying Dirac is probably the right one. Apr 27 revised Multiplying binomials to come up with $y^8 - 256$ edited title Apr 27 comment Minimum number of marked squares on $n × n$ board I missed the part about marked squares also being adjacent to a marked square. Still, you can delete the first and fourth squares of the last row. Apr 25 revised Is speed an important quality in a mathematician? typo Apr 19 answered Why does {0,1,0,0,1,0,0,0,1,0,0,0,0,1…} diverge? Apr 13 comment Mathematically representing combinations with integers uniquely? You may as well leave the performance details. I don't think they detract from the discussion. Apr 13 comment Power set of set of all integers $\Bbb Z$? The power set of $S$ is the collection of all subsets of $S$. You do not need to "find" the power set, per se, but rather decide which of the sets $\{-3, -2, 1\}$, $\{4\}$, etc. also belong to the power set of $S$. Apr 13 comment Mathematically representing combinations with integers uniquely? You seem to be paying meticulous detail to efficiency. Do you have a particular application in mind? I'm just curious. Apr 12 revised Induction Proof: If $B \subseteq A$, then $|B| \leq |A|$. added 155 characters in body Apr 11 reviewed Edit Explaining whether a function is injective/surjection ($f\colon\Bbb N\to P(\Bbb N)$) Apr 11 revised Explaining whether a function is injective/surjection ($f\colon\Bbb N\to P(\Bbb N)$) Title formatting updated Apr 11 answered Explaining whether a function is injective/surjection ($f\colon\Bbb N\to P(\Bbb N)$) Apr 8 comment Mathematically representing combinations with integers uniquely? @mathreadler I've updated the scheme to "cycle through" the sets more naturally. You can start with 0, which corresponds to the empty set. Next is 1, which corresponds to the set $\{1\}$. Next is 2 (binary $10$), which corresponds to the set $\{2\}$, and so forth. Apr 8 revised Mathematically representing combinations with integers uniquely? added 39 characters in body Apr 8 revised Mathematically representing combinations with integers uniquely? added 39 characters in body Apr 8 answered Mathematically representing combinations with integers uniquely? Apr 8 revised For what value of constant a is function continuous deleted 1 character in body Apr 7 answered For what value of constant a is function continuous Apr 7 awarded elementary-set-theory