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awarded  Critic
Sep
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comment Blue eyes: a logic puzzle
@aufkag: ouch. sorry
Sep
12
comment Blue eyes: a logic puzzle
@aufkag: Your question 2 shows how hard it is to formulate such puzzles clearly. The description makes it clear to me that the islanders do not know in advance how many of them have blue eyes; but it doesn't to you, apparently.
Jul
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comment Is it possible to have multiple decimal points in a number?
This system isn't decimal, though. Old British currency notation (£2 9s 11d) is another example.
Jun
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comment My sister absolutely refuses to learn math
@jwg: The relevance is clear to me: automating tricks and using real comprehension are superficially similar, but quite different underneath, not only in how they work but also in how well they work on problems: the automated trick master can solve specific types very quickly but is stumped when it comes to nonstandard ones.
Nov
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revised Puzzle: Dropping balls along the way
a title must contain some sort of description of the problem
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suggested suggested edit on Puzzle: Dropping balls along the way
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revised How big are transitively reduced graphs?
remove duplicate term
Nov
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answered Optimizing response times of an ambulance corp: short-term versus average
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comment How big are transitively reduced graphs?
Very insightful, thank you! This proves that bipartite graphs are the largest (which is what I wanted to know) but not that there aren't any other largest graphs.
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accepted How big are transitively reduced graphs?
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comment How big are transitively reduced graphs?
Perfect. Thank you!
Sep
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comment How big are transitively reduced graphs?
Yes, I mean, with the most edges. It just occurred to me that you can always split the vertices into two equal parts and connect each vertex in one part with each vertex in the other (creating a bipartite graph). I've edited the questions accordingly.
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revised How big are transitively reduced graphs?
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asked How big are transitively reduced graphs?