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Jun
18
awarded  Teacher
Jun
17
answered how to see the logarithm as the inverse function of the exponential?
May
13
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.
Oct
19
comment Are there any open mathematical puzzles?
This seems extremely solvable. Is it a joke or a very fitting answer to an odd question?
Jul
31
comment Expected Sum of 30 sided die rolls
Or ideone.com/IUdLhK
Oct
2
comment How do you find the center of a circle with a pencil and a book?
@StevenStadnicki No just gravity as a reference.
Oct
2
awarded  Commentator
Oct
2
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.
Sep
6
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.
Sep
6
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?
Jun
4
accepted Probability problem of 220 people randomly selecting only 12 of 35 exclusive options.
Jun
1
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.
Jun
1
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.
Jun
1
comment Probability problem of 220 people randomly selecting only 12 of 35 exclusive options.
@rschwieb How does this affect my problem?
Jun
1
awarded  Editor
Jun
1
revised Probability problem of 220 people randomly selecting only 12 of 35 exclusive options.
added 8 characters in body
Jun
1
asked Probability problem of 220 people randomly selecting only 12 of 35 exclusive options.
Dec
7
comment What does Linear Congruential mean?
@Gerry Good point.
Dec
7
comment What does Linear Congruential mean?
@dbasnett Yes, I have read Knuth's work and thats partly the reason why I am asking this question. (Proud owner of the 4 (3 1/2?) volumes)
Dec
7
awarded  Student