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awarded  Tumbleweed
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revised An example of $k$-independent distributions.
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asked An example of $k$-independent distributions.
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awarded  Yearling
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comment Sequence of natural numbers
I agree. The approach suggested by Tomas seems very promising.
Jul
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revised Sequence of natural numbers
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answered Sequence of natural numbers
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awarded  Critic
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answered $A$ is a subset of $B$ if and only if $P(A) \subset P(B)$
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awarded  Self-Learner
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comment Theorems with an extraordinary exception or a small number of sporadic exceptions
Wouldn't theorems with no exceptions be in this list too? (Such as all integers are divisible by 1)?
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answered What is the result of $5-0\times3+9/3=$?
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accepted A modification of the harmonic series that causes it to converge.
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comment A modification of the harmonic series that causes it to converge.
@J.M. great find! This is cool because I was working on proving that if one excludes any sequence of length n from appearing in the number, then the series still converges.
Aug
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comment A modification of the harmonic series that causes it to converge.
Very nice and succint. You'll see that our methods are essentially the same. I wonder if there is another "good" way to solve this.
Aug
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answered A modification of the harmonic series that causes it to converge.
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revised A modification of the harmonic series that causes it to converge.
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comment A modification of the harmonic series that causes it to converge.
Ok, that's fine. I'll remove that statement from the post.
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asked A modification of the harmonic series that causes it to converge.
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18
comment how to solve these questions with congruences
Thanks to the answer of lab bhattacharjee for helping me fix and understand an error in my original answer.