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Mar
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comment Regular expressions: Show that A*B is the solution of X = AX + B
You show this the way you solve any set equality.
Feb
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Feb
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comment Limit of the sequence defined by a recurrence
And that gives them what? You should elaborate how that actually answers the question.
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Nov
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comment How to read Hasse diagrams and how they can describe a Boolean Algebra?
@avDec25 Better solutions: 1) Get rid of redundant image #2 in favor of MathJax. 2) Post the third image as link and wait for editors to make it an image link.
Nov
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comment How to read Hasse diagrams and how they can describe a Boolean Algebra?
What's with that abomination of an ASCII "art"?
Nov
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Sep
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comment I roll a die repeatedly until I get 6, and then count the number of 3s I got. What's my expected number of 3s?
Recursive random variables -- neat idea, haven't encountered this before (outside of average-case analysis of recursive algorithms).
Jun
12
comment Reorder adjacency matrices of regular graphs so they are the same
I think you are asking to solve (sub)graph isomorphism. For general graphs, we don't know a polynomial-time algorithm for either. That does not preclude better algorithms for your restricted class; I recommend a literature search with "(sub)graph isomorphism" and "regular graphs".
Jun
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comment How n (1+b) is not prime?
Crossposted on Computer Science.
Jun
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comment Determine whether the given set is countable
This seems to be a pure mathematics question. Is there a particular reason you are asking computer scientists instead of mathematicians?
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Mar
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comment Achieving a target least common multiple
Please make clear how this is a computer science question. We can also migrate to Mathematics if you prefer.
Feb
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comment What does the sign that looks like $\geq$ except with the bottom line being sloped mean?
@Greenonline If you (have to) use this outside source code, something is terribly wrong.
Feb
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comment What does the sign that looks like $\geq$ except with the bottom line being sloped mean?
Every reasonable mathematics font will have both; usage is a matter of personal, stylistic choice.
Feb
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comment What does the sign that looks like $\geq$ except with the bottom line being sloped mean?
@DaveClarke They are actually two different symbols, ≤ (Less-Than or Equal To) and ⩽ (Less-Than or Slanted Equal To).
Feb
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comment Clique vs genus
What have you tried and where did you get stuck?
Jan
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comment Abstract Algebra in analyzing computer science
Crossposted to cs.SE.