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VBA / sql / SSRS / some MDX


May
16
accepted Is the empty set equal to a set containing a single tuple made up of two empty sets?
May
14
comment Is the empty set equal to a set containing a single tuple made up of two empty sets?
@vonbrand I really like the empty box visual
May
14
comment Is the empty set equal to a set containing a single tuple made up of two empty sets?
@vonbrand That's the question? Is a set containing a tuple of two nothings equal to a set of nothing?
May
14
comment Is the empty set equal to a set containing a single tuple made up of two empty sets?
+1 for the section "sitting on" - why isn't it an empty box sitting next to another empty box?
May
14
asked Is the empty set equal to a set containing a single tuple made up of two empty sets?
Feb
20
awarded  Popular Question
May
18
comment Right-angled isosceles triangles
could be a little bit too much for my current level Graeme: nice to have your comment/reference included in this post in case it is viewed by more knowledgeable folks in the future
May
18
comment Right-angled isosceles triangles
...had a feeling that might be the case - thanks again for help
May
18
comment Right-angled isosceles triangles
+1 very pretty indeed
May
18
comment Right-angled isosceles triangles
+1 thanks for making this clearer
May
18
comment Right-angled isosceles triangles
30-60-90 CANNOT be isosceles ... I knew this as soon as I read that ridiculous post but I could not prove it in a rigorous manner - hence my question on stackexchange. I just thought you might find that answer funny.(I understand your proof and i like it)
May
18
awarded  Commentator
May
18
comment Right-angled isosceles triangles
Not sure about the section of your answer that says "so each will be 90∘". The OP seems obvious but giving an answer that rigorously proves the point isn't always easy ...check out the answer of lab_bhattacharjee.
May
18
comment Right-angled isosceles triangles
+1 thanks: here is something for you to have a chuckle about LOOK AT BEST ANSWER HERE
May
18
asked Right-angled isosceles triangles
Apr
17
comment Any obvious simplification of sin(x) / sin(y)
@GeorgeV.Williams ...how does he know that each of those answers is the simplest form?
Apr
17
revised Any obvious simplification of sin(x) / sin(y)
added 39 characters in body
Apr
17
asked Any obvious simplification of sin(x) / sin(y)
Apr
17
comment Prove that the Tangent of 75 degrees equals 2 plus the square-root of 3
how did you know that the top triangle was going to be equilateral? (...that certainly helped)
Apr
16
revised Prove that the Tangent of 75 degrees equals 2 plus the square-root of 3
edited title