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Feb
16
asked solving linear diophantine equation with inequalities
Feb
16
comment A sequence of 5 cards is drawn from a standard 52-card deck,with replacement. How many sequences will have at least one king or one queen, or both?
sounds correct to me.... replacement after each one?
Feb
12
asked determining the multiple solutions for GF(2) discrete logarithms of polynomials with partially known coefficients
Feb
12
awarded  Notable Question
Dec
8
awarded  Caucus
Nov
9
revised Simple numerical methods for calculating the digits of $\pi$
fixed mathjax typo; please don't put mathjax on plain old numbers.
Nov
9
comment Simple numerical methods for calculating the digits of $\pi$
that's easy: since the arctangent is a power series, convergence is dictated by the largest argument to the arctangent. In my case, it's 2/11.
Aug
14
awarded  Cleanup
Aug
14
revised LFSR with limited numbers of runs?
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Aug
14
revised LFSR with limited numbers of runs?
mathjax is not needed for this simple an example.
Jul
20
awarded  Yearling
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20
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
26
revised numerical algorithms for determining least common multiple of polynomials
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26
answered numerical algorithms for determining least common multiple of polynomials
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26
asked numerical algorithms for determining least common multiple of polynomials