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 Sep24 awarded Autobiographer Aug15 comment A name for the number system used in versioning software Please apologize my MathJax skills. Aug15 comment A name for the number system used in versioning software @nomen I would not mind that as an answer if $w^w$ was pronouncable. Aug15 revised A name for the number system used in versioning software added 41 characters in body Aug14 asked A name for the number system used in versioning software Jun18 awarded Teacher Jun17 answered how to see the logarithm as the inverse function of the exponential? May13 comment Why is cos(90)=0.4 in WebGL? Why didn't anyone comment that the cosine is not bouncing! 13 hours later NoAnswer provides a solution. Oct19 comment Are there any open mathematical puzzles? This seems extremely solvable. Is it a joke or a very fitting answer to an odd question? Jul31 comment Expected Sum of 30 sided die rolls Oct2 comment How do you find the center of a circle with a pencil and a book? @StevenStadnicki No just gravity as a reference. Oct2 awarded Commentator Oct2 comment How do you find the center of a circle with a pencil and a book? @zdd You should not be so quick on the trigger with your Approved answer click. This discourages others. Sep6 comment How to prove $|z_1-z_2| \geq |z_1|-|z_2|$ in other way than this? @ruakh Thank you. Your well written comment helped my intuition get back to normal. Sep6 comment How to prove $|z_1-z_2| \geq |z_1|-|z_2|$ in other way than this? My cursory glance makes me curious what difference the parentheses makes? Jun4 accepted Probability problem of 220 people randomly selecting only 12 of 35 exclusive options. Jun1 comment Probability problem of 220 people randomly selecting only 12 of 35 exclusive options. This is most likely what I want. Now, how do I understand this? In particular I did identify a recurrence relation when thinking about it, but I don't know how to solve it. Nor can I see what you are doing. Jun1 comment Probability problem of 220 people randomly selecting only 12 of 35 exclusive options. @rschwieb I see, and you are correct in your assumption of my previous attempt. Jun1 comment Probability problem of 220 people randomly selecting only 12 of 35 exclusive options. @rschwieb How does this affect my problem? Jun1 awarded Editor