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My name is franklin, I enjoy long walks on the beach, pina coladas, and couples' dances.

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accepted Is this computation erroneous?
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comment Is this computation erroneous?
By the time that $n=100$ such that we are not dealing with purely fractional exponentiation in the function $2^{n/100}$, $n^{100}$ is already $100^{100}$ which is clearly bigger than $2^1$.
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comment Is this computation erroneous?
How is that true? At $n=1$, $2^{n/100}$ is the 100th root of 2, which is slightly over 1; $n^{100}$ is 1. At $n=2$ $2^{n/100}$ is the 50th root of 2, which is also slightly over 1; $n^{100}$ is enormous.
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asked Is this computation erroneous?
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answered Notation in propositional logic
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revised Notation in propositional logic
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reviewed Reviewed Graph theory and combinatorics
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revised Solving a problem using Cauchy's residue theorem, is there more to it?
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suggested suggested edit on Proving statement - $(A \setminus B) \cup (A \setminus C) = B\Leftrightarrow A=B , C\cap B=\varnothing$
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comment optimization problem to minimize two funtions
OP, can you clarify a point of confusion. Are you aware that the method of lagrange multipliers requires only that $\{g,h\} \in \mathcal{C}^1$? Are you unsure of whether the method is applicable? or do you want an alternative solution to lagrange's method?
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comment Why is volume of cylinder > volume of cube
I think this solution is great but it presupposes that the OP knows single variable calculus.
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comment Why is volume of cylinder > volume of cube
OP, have you taken single variable calculus yet?
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comment Solving a problem using Cauchy's residue theorem, is there more to it?
what you have looks good.