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 Nov 13 awarded Popular Question Sep 24 awarded Autobiographer Dec 16 awarded Yearling Apr 12 comment Getting the sequence $\{1, 0, -1, 0, 1, 0, -1, 0, \ldots\}$ without trig? @Anixx he needs to be able to enter it into a calculator, presumably without trigonometric functions. Most calculators can evaluate exponents, this should be fine. Mar 16 revised How to solve Linear Inequalities? What are the rules that govern to solve them and why they are there? TeXed it up Mar 16 suggested approved edit on How to solve Linear Inequalities? What are the rules that govern to solve them and why they are there? Mar 14 comment Sum of three consecutive cubes @Jack is it difficult to prove? I think I've read that but still tried to find one. Mar 14 comment Sum of three consecutive cubes @RobertIsrael Yup, I changed that :) Mar 14 revised Sum of three consecutive cubes edited body Mar 14 asked Sum of three consecutive cubes Jan 29 comment Monty hosting a new show Not sure if this is right, but intuitively it seems to be more logical to guess heads. Jan 12 revised Logarithms of the form $x=e^y$ added TeX formatting Jan 12 suggested approved edit on Logarithms of the form $x=e^y$ Jan 9 comment Secret Number Problem @SteveD Right you are! I didn't think that one through that much :) Jan 8 comment Secret Number Problem Here's how to do most of these problems. Look at cases where there are only three people, then four people, then work your way up :) Jan 8 comment Travelling with a car Are you allowed to travel, drop jerrycans, go back, and get more? Dec 28 comment Biased lower bounded random walk Hmm... Since there is a higher probability of going up than down (0.6 to 0.4), it seems that in the long run, it will tend to increase. That's all I can figure out. Nice question! Also, what do you mean by lower bounded here? Dec 28 awarded Commentator Dec 28 answered Why do we reverse inequality sign when dividing by negative number? Dec 28 awarded Editor