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comment Analysis of board game die rolls violates intuition
Wow, awesome analysis. Thanks! I don't really yet have an intuitive grasp of why the potentially repeating cells don't exceed the nonrepeating cells in expected activations per turn, but maybe it will come to me if I pore over the equations enough.
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accepted Is there an alternating series that satisfies only one of the conditions of the Alternating Series Test that nonetheless converges?
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comment What's the first power of two for which the most significant digit is 7?
A nice thought, but in the story the student asked her father for help, who called upon a mathematician friend of his to give her advice on how to proceed. It didn't sound as if the problem were simply to follow a recipe.
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