# Bananarama

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 Jul17 comment Theoretical computer science text for mathematician Thank you, I trust both of them cover them from a mathematical point of view? Jul17 comment Theoretical computer science text for mathematician Thank you, but I don't actually want to learn to program, I want to see it from the math point of view. Jul17 asked Theoretical computer science text for mathematician Jul16 comment Why do 42 and 30 have the same structure in the diagramm of Hasse? No problem, I hope it helps! Jul16 answered Why do 42 and 30 have the same structure in the diagramm of Hasse? Jul16 answered Prove that for any give sequence of digits, there is a perfect square starting with that sequence Jul16 comment Need help with the proof of “If a graph $G$ contains a $u − v$ walk of length $l$, then $G$ contains a $u − l$ path of length at most $l$”. he just removed all the part that goes from u_i back to u_j, which is also u_i Jul16 answered Need help with the proof of “If a graph $G$ contains a $u − v$ walk of length $l$, then $G$ contains a $u − l$ path of length at most $l$”. Jul16 comment Need help with the proof of “If a graph $G$ contains a $u − v$ walk of length $l$, then $G$ contains a $u − l$ path of length at most $l$”. what is a u-l path? Jul16 answered Proper formula for this probability Jul16 revised We throwing $m$ balls to $n$ cells… added 1 character in body Jul16 comment Interview riddle Haha, well I guess you are right, I don't think anyone would have arrived at the "correct" solution if they hadn't provided it. Jul15 comment Trailing zeroes on factorial? wolframalpha gave me 24 zeroes, perhaps you made a mistake. Jul15 answered Trailing zeroes on factorial? Jul15 answered Intermediate to Advanced level Counting Problem Jul15 comment Is this Goldbach-type problem easy to solve? I'm terribly sorry, it's just it's really hard for me to assess when something can be considered an answer or not when the OP doesn't give any information about what he has tried and doesn't even post the answer clearly. Jul15 comment Simplify $x^2 (1-y)=y^2 (1-x)$ meta.math.stackexchange.com/questions/5020/… Jul15 comment Is this Goldbach-type problem easy to solve? I read it the first time, I thought perhaps you did not know of Polignac's conjecture, since you did not mention it in the original post. Jul15 comment Is this Goldbach-type problem easy to solve? I understand, I'm trying Jul15 revised Is this Goldbach-type problem easy to solve? added 251 characters in body