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Apr
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comment How would multiplying money work?
Most of the effort in the real world has been in multiplying money by real numbers, especially those larger than one.
Apr
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answered Probability that every player is dealt a heart
Apr
16
comment combinations help, 18 boxes, 42 marbles, each box can hold 6 marbles. how many combinations?
If I understand correctly the OP wants to find a function in terms of the number of marbles. I think your approach is good, I suggest you work it out, we will probably get something of exponential growth order but I don't know which will be the base for the exponent.
Apr
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comment combinations help, 18 boxes, 42 marbles, each box can hold 6 marbles. how many combinations?
@JMoravitz are you proposing we do inclusion exclusion all the way or only a few iterations?
Apr
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comment combinations help, 18 boxes, 42 marbles, each box can hold 6 marbles. how many combinations?
One final question, should we count arrangements in which some boxes end up being empty?
Apr
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comment How to Prove with Mathematical Induction $3^n > n^2$
Thank you JMoravitz, I was considering adding a section on how to prove that statement.
Apr
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comment combinations help, 18 boxes, 42 marbles, each box can hold 6 marbles. how many combinations?
So the boxes and marbles are all different?
Apr
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answered How to Prove with Mathematical Induction $3^n > n^2$
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revised What subsets of $\mathbb R$ have exactly two limit points?
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comment Complement of a Regular Graph
it means the degree of vertex $v$. The subindex tells you in which graph this degree is being taken. So $\delta_G(v)$ is the degree of $v$ in the graph $G$.
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revised How do I show that $\mathbb{Z}_4\times\mathbb{Z}_6$ has only 3 subgroups of size 12?
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answered Complement of a Regular Graph
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revised How do I show that $\mathbb{Z}_4\times\mathbb{Z}_6$ has only 3 subgroups of size 12?
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revised How do I show that $\mathbb{Z}_4\times\mathbb{Z}_6$ has only 3 subgroups of size 12?
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answered How do I show that $\mathbb{Z}_4\times\mathbb{Z}_6$ has only 3 subgroups of size 12?
Apr
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comment Book recommendation for Abstract Algebra
You're Welcome, if you want to learn with categories Aluffi uses them a lot more than Rotman.
Apr
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comment Albert, Bernard and Cheryl popular question (Please comment on my theory)
Oh ok, I didn't know it was a convention.
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answered Book recommendation for Abstract Algebra