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revised Chi-square or chi-squared?
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revised Chi-square or chi-squared?
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Jan
9
asked Chi-square or chi-squared?
Oct
20
comment A counting problem on the integer lattice
@Shibi, I'd misread the question. I've now corrected my answer. It's not just 4-fold symmetry you have to worry about. For example, $(1,7)$ and $(5,5)$ are at the same distance from the origin.
Oct
20
revised A counting problem on the integer lattice
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Sep
30
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Sep
29
answered A counting problem on the integer lattice
Sep
29
comment Countable or uncountable set 8 signs
I stand corrected.
Sep
29
comment Sequence of numbers with prime factorization $pq^2$
@Nishant, the only numbers of the form $pq^2$ having $6$ as a factor are $12$ and $18$.
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Oct
21
comment How many fours are needed to represent numbers up to $N$?
103 = 44 / .4. + 4
Sep
23
answered Would this be bounded
Jul
25
comment Generating Function for edge-rooted labelled trees
Yes, of course; the labels induce an orientation (of every edge). You didn't state that you were considering labelled trees, but you did state that $T_v(z)$ was the exponential generating function, so that should have been evident.
Jul
25
comment Generating Function for edge-rooted labelled trees
We've both assumed that the edge-root is oriented (i.e. the two ends are distinguishable). If it isn't, then we need to discard one of each asymmetric pair, which gives $T_e(z)=\frac{1}{2}(T_v(z)^2+T_v(z^2))$.
Jul
25
comment Generating Function for edge-rooted labelled trees
This doesn't look correct; you can add a forest of trees to each end of the designated edge (since the two new vertices are external to what is added). It's probably simpler just to take two vertex-rooted trees and identify the roots as the ends of the designated edge, giving $T_e(z)=T_v(z)^2$.
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30
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Jun
14
revised What is the smallest alphanumeric string that has 10 million permutations?
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14
revised What is the smallest alphanumeric string that has 10 million permutations?
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Jun
14
revised What is the smallest alphanumeric string that has 10 million permutations?
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