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  • Bachelor of Science (Adv Maths) with Honors in Computer Science from USYD
  • Programming C/C++/Java/Python/Objective C/C#/Javascript/PHP

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comment Why is the collection of all groups considered a proper class rather than a set?
Thanks, I can see how that'd apply to the other types as a well. If anyone else is reading this: Cantor's paradox proves that the collection of cardinals isn't a set
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comment Do your friends on average have more friends than you do?
To clarify my previous comment: deg u and deg v are the degrees of the vertices after the graph has been completed. As it is worded, my comment could have been incorrectly interpreted to be referring to a situation where a graph is built one edge at a time and the degree is the degree at this stage of construction. That is probably why I didn't spot this solution - you consider the effect that each edge being added separately has at the end, rather than the effect right now.
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