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# 315 Revisions

 Aug9 revised Where did $-4x$ come from? removed stray +4 Aug9 revised Where did $-4x$ come from? removed stray +4 Jul20 revised How come $32.5 = 31.5$? rolled back to a previous revision Apr21 revised Solving the non-homogeneous recurrence relation: $g_{n} = 12g_{n-2}-16g_{n-3}+6\cdot 2^n+25n$ fix missing + Apr20 revised combinatorial proof $\sum_{i=0}^m x^i=\frac{x^{m+1}-1}{{x-1}}$ added 47 characters in body Apr20 revised combinatorial proof $\sum_{i=0}^m x^i=\frac{x^{m+1}-1}{{x-1}}$ added 1026 characters in body Apr7 revised Coefficients of this generating function finish the formatting Apr7 revised Alternating permutation exponential generating function fmt Apr6 revised How many times does a single fair die have to be rolled for a number to repeat fix bug, include calcluation Apr2 revised minimum number of repetitions in a string another form, just in case Mar30 revised Equality of positive rational numbers. added 1645 characters in body Mar27 revised Easy generating functions task from concrete mathematics book deleted 4 characters in body Mar27 revised Easy generating functions task from concrete mathematics book cleanup Mar26 revised An unexpected application of non-trivial combinatorics finally I'm done with this and can rest in peace :) Mar25 revised An unexpected application of non-trivial combinatorics rewrite whole thing for arbitrary m and w, and add some plausibility for e^{-1} Mar23 revised An unexpected application of non-trivial combinatorics fixed bug Mar22 revised Number of Unique Sequences with Circular Shifts just noticed the abuse of g... fixed it Mar22 revised Number of Unique Sequences with Circular Shifts write proof more clearly Mar22 revised Number of Unique Sequences with Circular Shifts put the main result at the top Mar20 revised Proving that $\sum_{k=0}^n\frac{1}{n\choose k}=\frac{n+1}{2^{n+1}}\sum_{k=1}^{n+1}\frac{2^k}{k}$ non-generic title