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accepted Measure Theory (Defining Measureability)
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asked Measure Theory (Defining Measureability)
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accepted Ways to study mathematics while commuting
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accepted Prove that if complete graph K_n is edge-colored with n colors, there exists a cycle with each edge different color
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comment Prove that if complete graph K_n is edge-colored with n colors, there exists a cycle with each edge different color
the coloring can be done without restriction, just need to use all $n$ colors.
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asked Prove that if complete graph K_n is edge-colored with n colors, there exists a cycle with each edge different color
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comment Inequality: $2\sqrt{xz}+2\sqrt{yz}+2\sqrt{xy}\geq 3x+3y+3z-3$
thanks! I followed through your instructive steps and it worked perfectly.
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accepted Inequality: $2\sqrt{xz}+2\sqrt{yz}+2\sqrt{xy}\geq 3x+3y+3z-3$
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asked Inequality: $2\sqrt{xz}+2\sqrt{yz}+2\sqrt{xy}\geq 3x+3y+3z-3$
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accepted Definable with parameters (Example)
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comment If $4k^3+6k^2+3k+l+1$ and $4l^3+6l^2+3l+k+1$ are powers of two, how to conclude $k=1, l=2$
Thanks for the help! I think $S$ should be $S=2(x+y+1)(2(x^2-xy+y^2)+x+y+1)$ (with minus sign)
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accepted If $4k^3+6k^2+3k+l+1$ and $4l^3+6l^2+3l+k+1$ are powers of two, how to conclude $k=1, l=2$