# Holdsworth88

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 Aug29 revised If n balls are thrown into k bins, what is the probability that every bin gets at least one ball?improved formatting Aug29 revised What is the chance that a box is empty after randomly filling it with balls?edited tags Aug29 accepted Invariance of Topological Manifold Dimension: $1$ Dimensional Case Aug29 revised Geometry for Middle for schoolers (joining 5 points on a circle)edited tags Aug29 revised Good real analysis book for self studyadded content Aug29 revised Good real analysis book for self studyimproved formatting Aug29 revised Good real analysis book for self studyadded content Aug29 answered Good real analysis book for self study Aug29 revised Good real analysis book for self studycorrect spelling Aug29 revised Homology with $\mathbf{Z}_2$ coefficientscorrect spelling Aug29 revised Homology with $\mathbf{Z}_2$ coefficientscorrect spelling Aug29 reviewed Approve suggested edit on Prove $\cos\left(\frac{3\pi}{2}+x\right)\cos(2\pi+x)\left[\cot\left(\frac{3\pi}{2}-x\right)+\cot(2\pi+x)\right]=1$ Aug29 revised If $(x_n)$ converges weakly to $x$, then $x$ is in the closure of the span of the $x_n$improved formatting Aug28 comment If $(x_n)$ converges weakly to $x$, then $x$ is in the closure of the span of the $x_n$from what I have noticed, people are more likely to help those who have a high acceptance rate and put effort into their questions. Perhaps showing a bit of effort and accepting answers to you previous questions will help. Aug28 comment If $(x_n)$ converges weakly to $x$, then $x$ is in the closure of the span of the $x_n$what have you done? Aug28 revised $\mathbb{Z}$ has no torsion?fixed grammer Aug28 revised $\mathbb{Z}$ has no torsion?improved formatting Aug28 answered $\mathbb{Z}$ has no torsion? Aug27 revised Clarification on proof: Order of left cosets equalimproved formatting Aug26 revised Where are good resources to study combinatorics?fixed grammer