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Jan
22
awarded  Revival
Nov
8
revised Proof of a binomial theorem based inequality?
corrected spellings, fixed grammar.
Nov
8
suggested suggested edit on Proof of a binomial theorem based inequality?
Nov
2
revised How can I easily find an equation for the terms in a series?
fixed tex formatting and improved grammar and punctuation
Nov
2
suggested suggested edit on How can I easily find an equation for the terms in a series?
Nov
2
revised How to convert a series to an equation?
fixed tex formatting
Nov
2
suggested suggested edit on How to convert a series to an equation?
Oct
24
revised Solving a recurrence relation
Fixed latex formatting
Oct
24
suggested suggested edit on Solving a recurrence relation
Oct
24
revised Deriving right relation from collected data.
fixed typos and grammar
Oct
24
suggested suggested edit on Deriving right relation from collected data.
Jul
17
awarded  Organizer
Jul
17
revised Finding the Equation of Parabola
Made the question clearer by separating it from SO's comments on attempts to solve it.
Jul
17
suggested suggested edit on Finding the Equation of Parabola
May
27
awarded  Benefactor
May
27
awarded  Scholar
May
27
accepted Average degree of convex hull vertices in a Delaunay triangulation
May
27
comment Average degree of convex hull vertices in a Delaunay triangulation
Great response. What you call "sub-hull" is also known as the second convex layer and the problem of finding all convex layers is sometimes called the onion peeling problem. This other question of mine about convex layers might interest you.
May
24
revised Divisibility of large number
fixed a typo
May
20
revised Average degree of convex hull vertices in a Delaunay triangulation
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