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 Apr9 comment How to correctly draw logic formation trees? @MauroALLEGRANZA Good point. I think that's what the "correct" solution diagram is pointing at, so they agree with you. However, I've seen rules where quantifiers is global unless there are parentheses limiting them... Apr9 answered How to correctly draw logic formation trees? Apr8 comment Classifying Types of Paradoxes: Liar's Paradox, Et Alia second link is same as the first link...Did you mean to link projecteuclid.org/euclid.bsl/1058448677 ? Apr5 comment Trying to solve $A^TA = B$ where $B$ is known en.wikipedia.org/wiki/… Apr3 revised Distance between line segments of sameline fixed typos Apr3 comment Distance between line segments of sameline You might want to consider a statistical test to see if they belong to the same line or not, given the appropriate noise model. Apr3 suggested approved edit on Distance between line segments of sameline Apr3 comment Does every subset start with an empty set? there's no necessary "sequence" nature to subsets. Your question is ambiguous at best. Apr1 comment Some statistical (learning) issues if X is always 0, you won't include it in your statistical analysis, so there's virtually no danger in assuming the correlation matrix is positive definite. (It's always at least positive semi-definite.) Apr1 comment Some statistical (learning) issues as long as $\forall i \;E[X_i] \neq 0$... Apr1 comment Which Logical Fallacy Is Used? I don't think it has a name. It's simply confusing the sign... Feb20 answered Structure of equientropic transformations Feb16 comment Structure of equientropic transformations You can think of equi-entropy contours on the probability simplex. The shape of these are often shown in papers, but unfortunately, I don't have a reference on top of my head. EDIT: here's one books.google.com/… and arxiv.org/pdf/1109.6440.pdf Feb16 comment Why do repeated trigonometric operations approach seemingly arbitrary limits? Fixed point in the recursive dynamics. I strongly recommend this book: amzn.to/1DzpZm6 Feb9 awarded Yearling Dec12 awarded Nice Question Sep30 awarded Explainer Sep26 comment Asymptotes. Calculus. it's asymptotically linear as x goes to $\pm\infty$. Sep24 awarded Autobiographer Sep18 revised How to compute the topological entropy of a permutation? making it clear which entropy we are talking about here