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Aug
27
accepted Number of sequences in a graph
Aug
27
revised Number of sequences in a graph
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Aug
27
asked Number of sequences in a graph
May
1
accepted Angle consistency between vectors in N dimensions
May
1
comment Angle consistency between vectors in N dimensions
I see, thank you. So I guess there is no 'invariant' in higher dimensions without knowing the underlying rotation?
May
1
asked Angle consistency between vectors in N dimensions
Oct
30
accepted Length of arc connecting 2 points in N dimensions
Oct
30
asked Length of arc connecting 2 points in N dimensions
Sep
4
awarded  Analytical
Sep
3
comment When does $\lfloor (n-1)x \rfloor + \lfloor x \rfloor = \lfloor nx \rfloor$?
Thank you! So to extend it a bit, it looks like if I were to compute the intersection of all these intervals I will get that the only case where the identity is verified for all $p \in \mathbb{N}$ up to $n$ is when $x$ itself is an integer (for large $n$).
Sep
3
awarded  Supporter
Sep
3
accepted When does $\lfloor (n-1)x \rfloor + \lfloor x \rfloor = \lfloor nx \rfloor$?
Sep
3
asked When does $\lfloor (n-1)x \rfloor + \lfloor x \rfloor = \lfloor nx \rfloor$?
Jul
18
awarded  Scholar
Jul
18
accepted Trigonometric equation inversion
Jul
18
comment Trigonometric equation inversion
That works! Brilliant, thank you.
Jul
18
awarded  Editor
Jul
18
comment Trigonometric equation inversion
@draks: thanks, I'll check that (I also think that should be $y$). Just wondering whether there were any more "agile" expressions
Jul
18
comment Trigonometric equation inversion
@joriki: you're absolutely right - edited the title to keep it as factual as possible.
Jul
18
revised Trigonometric equation inversion
edited title