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 Apr 7 revised $3$ children riddle, compute the ages based on information given complete solution Apr 7 comment $3$ children riddle, compute the ages based on information given Sorry, there are in fact three distinct solutions - found a bug in my previous code Apr 7 revised $3$ children riddle, compute the ages based on information given complete solution Apr 7 revised $3$ children riddle, compute the ages based on information given added 4 characters in body Apr 7 answered $3$ children riddle, compute the ages based on information given Jan 29 accepted Closed-form solution to 3D vector rotation problem Jan 27 comment Closed-form solution to 3D vector rotation problem Thanks, I added a recap panel and edited the picture. The z axis is still flipped, mainly because showing angles arcs greater than $\frac{\pi}{2}$ makes the drawing very cluttered and confusing. However, that should only make a difference when determining the signs of the rotation elements, conceptually it should not have any importance for understanding the problem Jan 27 revised Closed-form solution to 3D vector rotation problem fixed image Jan 27 revised Closed-form solution to 3D vector rotation problem added summary of problem properties Jan 26 asked Closed-form solution to 3D vector rotation problem Jan 26 answered Closed-form solution to 3D vector rotation problem Nov 3 awarded Tumbleweed Oct 27 awarded Teacher Oct 27 answered Find the closed form of $\tan\frac{\pi }{64}$ by using the number $2$ only? Oct 11 revised Local maxima when multiplying two functions added 39 characters in body Oct 11 comment Local maxima when multiplying two functions I see, yes that makes sense. So that question is, when do we find a "bump" in the product? Oct 11 awarded Commentator Oct 11 comment Local maxima when multiplying two functions sorry what do you mean by f|g? Oct 11 revised Local maxima when multiplying two functions restated the question more explicitly Oct 11 comment Local maxima when multiplying two functions sure, I'll try, let me know if I can clarify further - I'm still trying to formalise it properly in my head!