Andrew Savinykh
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 Nov 11 comment Prove that in every sequence of 79 consecutive positive numbers written in decimal system there is a number whose sum of the digits is divisible by 13 @SarnavoSarkar, why? Oct 29 comment Probability n Dice Results are subset of m Dice Results Sorry, I really used very bad wording. What you said in that comment was more or less obvious to me. What I wanted to do is to explore a little bit your level of certainty here and reasons for it. Thanks. Oct 29 comment Probability n Dice Results are subset of m Dice Results Do we believe that this is a correct formula for any n,m,s? It looks this way, but usage of seems gives an air of uncertainty. I'm also for an answer to this exact problem (with variable dice side too), so I'm wondering if it's safe to use. Sep 14 comment Why is Lebesgue so often spelled “Lebesque”? In Russian/Cyrillic it's spelled as Лебег, which would roughly transliterate as Lebeg. There is no q in Cyrillic, but 'г' corresponds to 'g' and, to the best of my knowledge nothing else. Thus it is unlikely that origin of this spelling is Russian. Aug 13 awarded Autobiographer Jan 14 awarded Supporter Jan 14 awarded Citizen Patrol Jan 14 comment Splitting a sandwich and not feeling deceived @VividD, yes it is. It's easy to see if you read the analysis in the end of the wikipedia articles.