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 Feb4 awarded Popular Question Oct28 awarded Popular Question Jul2 awarded Curious Feb11 awarded Notable Question Sep24 awarded Popular Question Aug29 awarded Critic Aug29 comment Knight on a chessboard moving from a1 to h8 Please explain your solution in a language that can be most of us. Aug29 comment Knight on a chessboard moving from a1 to h8 @AndréNicolas Are you considering the squares excluding a1 or h8? Aug29 comment Knight on a chessboard moving from a1 to h8 I think that my argument could be wrong if we are considering all the squares and not just ones that will only visited. In fact, even if I consider 63 squares ( including h8 ), I am still having one white square in excess and hence the pairing won't be possible. Aug29 asked Knight on a chessboard moving from a1 to h8 Aug4 accepted Difference between proof and plausible argument. Apr9 revised Question related to central limit theorem added the homework tag and corrected a missing term in the summation. Apr9 suggested approved edit on Question related to central limit theorem Apr5 awarded Organizer Apr5 revised question related to Bayes' rule and Bays' risk. added tags and some text. Apr5 suggested approved edit on question related to Bayes' rule and Bays' risk. Mar27 accepted LOVES+LIVE=THERE. How many “loves” are “there”? Mar25 answered LOVES+LIVE=THERE. How many “loves” are “there”? Mar24 comment LOVES+LIVE=THERE. How many “loves” are “there”? and hence I can also say that $S\neq0$. I am so sorry for this mistake. Mar24 asked LOVES+LIVE=THERE. How many “loves” are “there”?