# Pacerier

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When the people fear the government, there is tyranny. When governments fear the people, there is liberty.

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 May7 comment Boolean Algebra, 4-variable Expression Simplification@joriki, I mean not using logic, but using algebra working. May7 awarded Suffrage May7 comment Boolean Algebra, 4-variable Expression Simplification@joriki, is there some kind of law we can apply to simplify $(xy+zy′+zx)$ to $(xy+zy′)$ ? May7 revised How do we go about factorizing boolean expressions?deleted 2 characters in body May7 asked How do we go about factorizing boolean expressions? May7 comment Prove $(x+yz)(y'+x)(y'+z')=x(y'+z')$ in Boolean algebraHow did you get from the second step to the third step? Feb6 comment Solving 4 unknown angles in quadrilateral possible?(Hmm, the answer had to be as square-ish as possible if that makes sense, otherwise any answer would do. Is trial-and-error the only way?) Feb6 comment Solving 4 unknown angles in quadrilateral possible?@Christian, hmm I can see that we can have infinite solutions, but I don't really get the last paragraph.. how do we solve a single solution to this problem? (i.e. any solution would do, I just need a possible answer) Feb6 awarded Commentator Feb6 comment Solving 4 unknown angles in quadrilateral possible?Yes if we do exclude reflex angles, how do we go about finding a solution? Feb6 comment Solving 4 unknown angles in quadrilateral possible?But how do we go about finding a single solution? i.e. any solution will do Feb6 asked Solving 4 unknown angles in quadrilateral possible? Feb1 awarded Famous Question Jul30 comment Is there a simple explanation why degree 5 polynomials (and up) are unsolvable?@trb456, do you mean that they are solvable but just that so far no formula is found yet, and in the near future we may very well be able to solve equations of the form ax^5+bx^4+cx^3+dx^2+ex+f=0 ? Jul30 accepted Is there a simple explanation why degree 5 polynomials (and up) are unsolvable? Jul29 asked Is there a simple explanation why degree 5 polynomials (and up) are unsolvable? Jul25 awarded Yearling May12 comment What are the “whole numbers”?@PeterTamaroff I mean why not just say "integers above zero" instead of saying an ambiguous "whole numbers"? May11 comment What are the “whole numbers”?@PeterTamaroff Why not just say positive integers? Jan23 awarded Editor