# Παρθ Κοχλι

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 May20 comment Why is 987654321/123456789 = 8.0000000729? Is it just me who is too stupid to understand what the pattern is? May20 comment Differentiate $\log_{10}x$ Hey Joe! Long time :-) May20 awarded Popular Question May19 awarded Nice Question May19 comment What is $-i$ exactly? @Panda The answer by Thomas is very nice. May19 comment What is $-i$ exactly? (+1): Nice analogy. May19 asked What is $-i$ exactly? May18 comment Prove every odd integer is the difference of two squares Would the downvoter care to explain? May18 awarded Constituent May13 comment Is it an abuse of notation to omit the leading zero in a decimal less than 1? @Gustavo It's Marvis. Haha May10 comment Jayesh has a yes from my side! May7 awarded Caucus Apr21 comment An infinite fraction Perfect observation. How'd you think of that? Apr19 revised With the binomial expansion of $(3+x)^4$ express $(3 - \sqrt 2)^4$ in the form of $p+q\sqrt 2$ deleted 14 characters in body Apr19 revised Is the following statement true? Why? added the important part Apr19 answered Is the following statement true? Why? Apr19 awarded Cleanup Apr19 comment With the binomial expansion of $(3+x)^4$ express $(3 - \sqrt 2)^4$ in the form of $p+q\sqrt 2$ @jack $[(3 - \sqrt{2})^2]^2 = [11 - 6\sqrt2]^2$ because $11 - 6\sqrt2 = (3 - \sqrt{2})^2$ Apr19 revised With the binomial expansion of $(3+x)^4$ express $(3 - \sqrt 2)^4$ in the form of $p+q\sqrt 2$ rolled back to a previous revision Apr19 answered With the binomial expansion of $(3+x)^4$ express $(3 - \sqrt 2)^4$ in the form of $p+q\sqrt 2$