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Jan
20
comment Is there any attempt to explain irrational numbers from a geometrical point of view?
mitpress.mit.edu/sites/default/files/titles/content/…
Jan
9
comment What is the shortest LOOP program that outputs 2016?
You want a loop that returns: $2^{11}-2^{5}.$
Nov
10
comment Find the sum of the series $\frac{1}{3}+\frac{1}{4}.\frac{1}{2!}+\frac{1}{5}.\frac{1}{3!}+\cdots$
mathoverflow.net/q/126739 for similar question.
Oct
3
comment Is zero the center of the numeric sequence?
+1 for eliciting good answers
Oct
3
comment Division algorithm without using the representation
You might try The Art of Computer Programming by Donal Knuth V1, chap 4.
Oct
1
comment Counting numbers in a sequence - explain “Add 1 before you're done” rule
+1 for Remark Programmers know this as the fencepost or one-off problem. It is one of the most common coding mistakes
Sep
24
revised Proof of Andrica when Assuming Oppermann
added link to proof
Sep
11
comment Why does $e$ have multiple definitions?
Additional confusion. For the definition of $e,$ take: $$\sum_{n=0}^{\infty} \frac{1}{n!}.$$ Tweak it by putting the multiplier $(n+2)$ in the denominator to get a definition for $1:$ $$\sum_{n=0}^{\infty} \frac{1}{(n+2)n!}.$$
Sep
9
accepted Is this infinite product for zeta(2) trivial?
Sep
8
comment Is this infinite product for zeta(2) trivial?
On the page linked above, we find some interesting patterns. The mathematics may be trivial, but the patterns might not be trivial.
Sep
7
comment Is this infinite product for zeta(2) trivial?
I found $B$ on this site. $A$ I found several years ago.
Sep
7
asked Is this infinite product for zeta(2) trivial?
Aug
18
accepted Any correlation to Merten's function?
Aug
16
comment Any correlation to Merten's function?
@MarkusSchepke, It seems that the more $\lambda$ and $\mu$ become erratic, the less erratic are the differences.
Aug
16
revised Any correlation to Merten's function?
added comment about testing progress
Aug
16
comment Any correlation to Merten's function?
@MarkusSchepke, retested to 3M, found exceptions. Retested using $\epsilon=\frac{1}{32}$, no exceptions.
Aug
16
revised Any correlation to Merten's function?
improved title and syntax
Aug
15
revised Any correlation to Merten's function?
added clarification
Aug
15
asked Any correlation to Merten's function?
Aug
6
suggested rejected edit on Sum over subsets of a multiset