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Apr
21
asked How can I decide, using a strictness parameter, whether a collection of values are “equal enough” to be trusted?
Jan
2
accepted Doesn't this graph on a torus have characteristic 2?
Dec
28
awarded  Commentator
Dec
28
comment Doesn't this graph on a torus have characteristic 2?
Exactly my point. As for your formula, we have $g=1$ in this case.
Dec
28
asked Doesn't this graph on a torus have characteristic 2?
Nov
16
accepted Solving cubics with complex numbers, before complex numbers.
Nov
15
awarded  Yearling
Nov
15
asked Solving cubics with complex numbers, before complex numbers.
Nov
4
awarded  Supporter
Oct
29
comment Alien Mathematics
Any subject, it's an open question. The idea is that someone could decipher your notation and say "oh I get it, this proves Pythagoras" or "pfft, too easy, those are just Peano numbers".
Oct
29
asked Alien Mathematics
Feb
19
comment Why does this derivation of exponential growth give a different, but apparently not wrong, answer?
But we allow this with partial derivatives, don't we? What's the difference?
Feb
18
asked Why does this derivation of exponential growth give a different, but apparently not wrong, answer?
Dec
19
awarded  Caucus
Jul
30
comment What fraction of sunlight could we deliberately block out with an occulter?
Hagen is right, overall the shadow is equal and opposite to the light hitting the shield.
Jul
30
accepted What fraction of sunlight could we deliberately block out with an occulter?
Jul
30
asked What fraction of sunlight could we deliberately block out with an occulter?
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
8
accepted How fast will a shape grow if it can grow exponentially only at the border, and growth is limited by crowding?
May
31
asked How fast will a shape grow if it can grow exponentially only at the border, and growth is limited by crowding?