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 Apr14 awarded Nice Answer Nov25 awarded Popular Question Nov4 awarded Yearling Sep30 awarded Explainer Aug8 awarded Notable Question Jul2 awarded Curious Jul2 awarded Inquisitive Jun27 comment A finite sequence of natural numbers, whose sum equal its product: @barakmanos I don't think it is a stupid question at all. Jun10 revised How to compute the average weight of an undirected graph? added 40 characters in body Jun10 answered How to compute the average weight of an undirected graph? Jun9 answered Why is this limit equal to $0$? Apr9 comment For which values of $k$, we have $A = A^{-1}$? @ellya it is not bad etiquette but if you fully answer very simple questions it is likely that you do more harm than good to the asker. Apr7 comment Given n ranging from 1 to 100, find sum of digits equal to half of arithmetic sum of 1 to 100 rec[100][2525] is not a valid statement. If you define "int x[123]" the maximal element you can access is "x[122]". Mar18 comment connected but not path connected? You probably mean $0\leq x\leq1$ and $\frac{1}{2}\leq x \leq 1$? Mar17 answered Is there a limit for how “good” a numerical method can be? Feb28 awarded Nice Answer Feb22 comment is it possible to generate a unique number given a set of N integers regardless of their permutation? Integers can be sorted in linear time and you can't really expect a sublinear algorithm anyways. Feb21 comment Given a max flow on a graph, how do you determine the actual edges that belong to the minimal cut? @VascoMota I updated the answer to be more clear: The edges leaving the connected component (which will be only saturated edges you removed from $G$ initially) will form a min cut. Feb21 revised Given a max flow on a graph, how do you determine the actual edges that belong to the minimal cut? added 18 characters in body Feb21 answered Given a max flow on a graph, how do you determine the actual edges that belong to the minimal cut?