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 Oct22 awarded Tumbleweed Oct15 asked Matrix with highly correlated adjacency entries Oct10 awarded Commentator Oct10 comment Perpendicular distances versus vertical distances @Travis vertical distance is the distance measured along a particular coordinate axis. For example we minimize the square of the distance along the y axis when we are determining the regression line. Oct10 revised Perpendicular distances versus vertical distances added 35 characters in body Oct10 asked Perpendicular distances versus vertical distances Sep24 awarded Autobiographer Jul2 awarded Curious Mar16 accepted Consistent but apparently unsolvable system of equations Mar16 comment Consistent but apparently unsolvable system of equations Thanks. I think your edit provided the necessary clarification. Mar16 comment Consistent but apparently unsolvable system of equations Ah, makes sense. The text talked about infinite number of solutions for a system, but had presented no example and I was wondering how such a system would look like. Specifically, in this case, the infinite number of solutions is only when $h = 12$ right? The system has a unique solution if $h \neq 12$. Mar16 revised Consistent but apparently unsolvable system of equations fixed typo Mar16 asked Consistent but apparently unsolvable system of equations Jan5 accepted Solving linear homogenuous recurrence relation Jan4 revised Solving linear homogenuous recurrence relation added 150 characters in body Jan4 comment Solving linear homogenuous recurrence relation I meant to ask why does the author add the two individual solutions($c_12^n$ and $c_2(-3)^n$). Aren't they solutions to the recurrence relations by themselves? Jan4 asked Solving linear homogenuous recurrence relation Dec19 accepted Clarifications about the definition of algebraic systems and algebraic structures Dec19 comment Clarifications about the definition of algebraic systems and algebraic structures @ZhenLin, I've added the exact definitions. Dec19 awarded Editor