gt6989b
Reputation
15,248
Top tag
Next privilege 20,000 Rep.
Access 'trusted user' tools
 Jan 26 revised Confidence Intervals deleted 26 characters in body; edited tags; edited tags; edited tags Jan 26 comment Overflow an integer sequence at a given value @DavidK in C++ this would avoid a size_t to int conversion as well, which is potentially problematic Jan 26 answered $4\times 4$ Matrix determinant (For computer graphics) Jan 26 revised $4\times 4$ Matrix determinant (For computer graphics) added 1 character in body; edited tags Jan 26 answered Determine coefficients of a sum Jan 26 comment Overflow an integer sequence at a given value @texnic fixed, thank you -- don't have matlab here to test right away... Jan 26 revised Overflow an integer sequence at a given value added 2 characters in body Jan 26 revised Overflow an integer sequence at a given value edited tags Jan 26 answered Overflow an integer sequence at a given value Jan 26 answered $e^{x-1}$ has only one fixed point Jan 26 comment In how many ways can a $31$ member management be selected from $40$ men and $40$ women so that there is a majority of women? +1 really clever Jan 26 comment Contrapositive - Convergence of a sequence @hardmath yes. it's hard to ask people to do something by themselves if there are others happy to offer the entire thing on a pretty platter :) Jan 25 comment In how many ways can a $31$ member management be selected from $40$ men and $40$ women so that there is a majority of women? strange. $\binom{40}{16} \cdot \binom{64}{15}$ sounds right to me Jan 25 answered Contrapositive - Convergence of a sequence Jan 25 revised express as contour integral $f(x) = \int_0^\infty dt \; e^{-t/g} \; \frac{1}{\sqrt{1 - 2 t x}}$ edited tags Jan 25 answered Given diagonals, lower base, and height, find the legs and upper base of isosceles trapezoid Jan 25 comment Given diagonals, lower base, and height, find the legs and upper base of isosceles trapezoid are you looking for algebraic or geometric construction? Jan 25 answered How to show $f(x)=(e^x-1)/x, x>0$ is convex? Jan 25 answered Non-singular matrix Jan 25 comment Given the time complexity, determine how many problem instances can be solved in one minute @MortalMan see the second answer, he wrote out the whole thing...