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My name is Boda Cydo. I am from Africa but now live in Washington DC.

Jan
24
comment How come everyone says that you can't with in lottery because of statistics yet every single day I hear that someone has won?
@did what do you mean sir?
Jan
24
comment How come everyone says that you can't with in lottery because of statistics yet every single day I hear that someone has won?
Who's downvoting all the answers... and this post...?
Jan
24
comment If $dx/dy =\sin(x)$ then is $dy/dx = 1/\sin(x)$?
I accepted answer. :)
Jan
24
accepted If $dx/dy =\sin(x)$ then is $dy/dx = 1/\sin(x)$?
Jan
24
comment How come everyone says that you can't with in lottery because of statistics yet every single day I hear that someone has won?
@user133281 I mean how else do you explain that...? I've heard of quantum theory - if you observe something you break chances of it happening. So I was thinking maybe it was related - I observe my own ticket you know, so I break my chances of winning the jackpot... Quantum theory is all the time in the news, don't blame me for cross referencing it. I'm a simple man.
Jan
24
revised How come everyone says that you can't with in lottery because of statistics yet every single day I hear that someone has won?
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Jan
24
asked How come everyone says that you can't with in lottery because of statistics yet every single day I hear that someone has won?
Jan
23
comment Calculating how much money I spent? (23-73 gives
Thanks. Does this work also if there are cents in the values?
Jan
23
comment Another question about $x_0$ in the Taylor series
Weird and interesting as f*ck. Thanks.
Jan
22
comment Calculating how much money I spent? (23-73 gives
Thanks @voldemort. I've been actually running into this issue for the last few years. I'll try to write numbers down. Somehow when doing money calculations I think there is value $x$ for which this isn't true (because of cents I think). I'll try to get exact dollar and cent values next time.
Jan
22
comment Another question about $x_0$ in the Taylor series
Thanks. But what does it mean to have a different expansion? Will it still produce the same values for sin(x)? Or they will be shifted by $x_0$? Or does it mean the same function can have many different expansions that all produce the same values?
Jan
22
asked Calculating how much money I spent? (23-73 gives
Jan
22
comment Another question about $x_0$ in the Taylor series
Very interesting.
Jan
22
comment Another question about $x_0$ in the Taylor series
I'm sorry, I don't understand your answer. You didn't answer the questions that I've.
Jan
22
asked Another question about $x_0$ in the Taylor series
Jan
22
accepted Taylor series for $\sqrt{x}$?
Jan
17
comment Taylor series for $\sqrt{x}$?
I wonder if I can use this "trick" for any function that is not differentiable at $x_0 = 0$? I could always find Taylor series for f(x+1), and then substitute $u = x+1$ to get back to original function f(x).
Jan
16
asked Taylor series for $\sqrt{x}$?
Dec
16
asked Why does the determinant $D$, have to be $0$ for equation to have a solution?
Dec
15
awarded  Caucus