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comment Knight on a chessboard moving from a1 to h8
Please explain your solution in a language that can be most of us.
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comment Knight on a chessboard moving from a1 to h8
@AndréNicolas Are you considering the squares excluding a1 or h8?
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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.
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asked Knight on a chessboard moving from a1 to h8
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accepted Difference between proof and plausible argument.
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revised Question related to central limit theorem
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accepted LOVES+LIVE=THERE. How many “loves” are “there”?
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answered LOVES+LIVE=THERE. How many “loves” are “there”?
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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.
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asked LOVES+LIVE=THERE. How many “loves” are “there”?
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comment Bayes' Theorem: Detection of bomb in a box
Thanks for the answer. So, from your answer I take it that it not possible to calculate the probability that is required by me. I can say that it is not possible to calculate $P(d_1|{p_1}^c)$ without knowing the threshold and the distribution. Is that right? Also, does you theory also apply if replace bombs with something more safe( say letters ) and boxes with envelopes? If yes, then what will be threshold ( in that case ) ?
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revised Find the solution $x(t)$ satisfying initial value problem $\frac{dx}{dt} = e^x e^t$
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