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revised Check an algorithm to win hex as first player guaranteed
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revised Did Feynman mentally compute $\sqrt[3]{1729.03}$ by linear approximation?
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Apr
25
revised Does there exist a complex function which is differentiable at one point and nowhere else continuous?
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Apr
25
revised Can a complex function be complex-differentiable at a point and not in a neighborhood?
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Apr
24
revised Show that $d(z,z_1)$ is a metric.
This problem doesn't seem to have to do with functional analysis
Apr
18
revised Define Grundy values
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Apr
17
revised Tutorials for Sprague-Grundy Theorem/Nimbers?
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Apr
17
revised Tutorials for Sprague-Grundy Theorem/Nimbers?
added note about dead link
Apr
17
revised Tutorials for Sprague-Grundy Theorem/Nimbers?
edited tags; edited title
Apr
10
revised Function that maps the “pureness” of a rational number?
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Apr
4
revised show that ∀ x P ( x ) ∨ ∀ x Q ( x ) is logically equivalent to ∀ x ∀ y ( P ( x ) ∨ Q ( y )) . (Domains for x and y are the same).
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Mar
26
revised Misere nim, 2nd player winning strategy proof by induction
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Mar
22
revised Alice and bob xor nim game
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Mar
14
revised B & W balls in box. If any time we draw out a ball, the current count of white is always more than black, how many possible cases?
as this is a one-player-game with hidden information, it's not really a cgt problem
Mar
12
revised Determine optimal strategy in board game
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Mar
10
revised Game, stealing edges in a graph.
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Mar
9
revised Completing ordered Fields
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Mar
9
revised How to find periodicity of a nim sequence?
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Mar
4
revised Placing circles inside of a regular polygon.
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Mar
2
revised Game-winning strategy
clarified some things about the Sprague-Grundy theorem