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Aug
17
comment Counting simple, connected, labeled graphs with N vertices and K edges
No https: oeis.org/A144161
Dec
28
asked Multiply all terms in continued fraction by a constant
Dec
19
awarded  Caucus
Aug
7
asked In what sense is the S-combinator “substitution”?
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
24
accepted Square roots modulo powers of 2
Jun
24
asked Square roots modulo powers of 2
May
17
asked PDF describing nth term in continued fraction
May
8
comment Complement of set of all condensation point for an uncountable set of reals is at most countable.
Left as an exercise: abstrusegoose.com/12
Mar
20
asked Checking convexity by looking at 2-dimensional cross-sections
Mar
12
accepted Sums that are pythagorean and normal
Mar
9
asked cross-products versus units of measure
Jan
14
revised Why is the coefficient in front of $\sqrt n$ always 1 in the intermediate terms for finding the continued fraction expansion of $\sqrt n$?
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14
awarded  Teacher
Jan
8
revised Is there a name for this discrete probability distribution?
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Jan
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asked Is there a name for this discrete probability distribution?
Dec
13
accepted Why is the coefficient in front of $\sqrt n$ always 1 in the intermediate terms for finding the continued fraction expansion of $\sqrt n$?
Dec
13
answered Why is the coefficient in front of $\sqrt n$ always 1 in the intermediate terms for finding the continued fraction expansion of $\sqrt n$?
Dec
13
revised Why is the coefficient in front of $\sqrt n$ always 1 in the intermediate terms for finding the continued fraction expansion of $\sqrt n$?
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revised Why is the coefficient in front of $\sqrt n$ always 1 in the intermediate terms for finding the continued fraction expansion of $\sqrt n$?
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