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 Apr17 awarded Popular Question Feb13 comment Is there a size of rectangle that retains its ratio when it's folded in half? This article covers exactly your question. Feb3 comment How to find the point of intersection of four parametric equations Generally, setting these equations equal should give you where they intersect. You would also presumably have to define a period which this solution would be valid. Jan26 answered Axis of revolution Jan26 comment How to integrate $(x^2 - y^2) / (x^2 + y^2)^2$ OP is asking specifically for a method of solution that does NOT require the fundamental theorem of calculus. Dec21 accepted How can I determine the bounds for this inequality? Dec21 revised How can I determine the bounds for this inequality? Rewrote to account for some forgotten terms. Dec21 suggested approved edit on How can I determine the bounds for this inequality? Dec21 awarded Constituent Dec21 asked How can I determine the bounds for this inequality? Dec9 awarded Caucus Sep30 awarded Explainer Jul2 awarded Curious Jun3 awarded Popular Question May30 awarded Popular Question May24 accepted Is this computation erroneous? May24 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 $2^1$. May24 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. May24 asked Is this computation erroneous? Feb19 awarded Yearling