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 Jun 10 awarded Famous Question Feb 20 awarded Nice Question Jan 5 revised Is there a simple test for uniform distributions? added 2 characters in body Sep 24 awarded Autobiographer Jul 2 awarded Curious Jul 27 comment Expected length of the “greedy” increasing sub-sequence? i.e for reasonably lengthened sequence "a small positive integer". (Which as it happens, for my purposes, is accurate enough.) Jul 27 accepted Expected length of the “greedy” increasing sub-sequence? Jul 27 comment Expected length of the “greedy” increasing sub-sequence? Put that in as an answer? Jul 27 asked Expected length of the “greedy” increasing sub-sequence? Jun 23 awarded Notable Question Apr 11 awarded Excavator Apr 11 revised Is there a simple test for uniform distributions? linkify a term Apr 11 suggested approved edit on Is there a simple test for uniform distributions? Dec 9 awarded Popular Question Oct 1 revised Estimate the size of a set given random sub sets. added 14 characters in body Sep 28 comment Estimate the size of a set given random sub sets. @HagenvonEitzen: then it would not be possible to avoid assumptions about the distribution or probabilities. Sep 28 asked Estimate the size of a set given random sub sets. May 6 awarded Teacher May 6 answered If $x$ and $y$ are rational numbers and $x^5+y^5=2x^2y^2,$ then $1-xy$ is a perfect square. Feb 18 comment What is the product of the empty set? Would it be more correct to say the "multiplicative identity"?