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comment What kind of growing function has a constant as limit?
@CiaPan Yes, sorry, I'm not so good in english sometimes
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comment What kind of growing function has a constant as limit?
@ColdNumber that's why I say "substract" !
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answered What kind of growing function has a constant as limit?
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revised How to generate a random number between 1 and 10 with a six-sided die?
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answered How to generate a random number between 1 and 10 with a six-sided die?
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comment How $x \mod 2$ is in Elementary?
Nice answer, I feel ashamed of not finding it !
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accepted How $x \mod 2$ is in Elementary?
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asked How $x \mod 2$ is in Elementary?
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revised Ackermann's function is $\mu$-recursive
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answered Ackermann's function is $\mu$-recursive
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comment $\mu-$recursive functions
@MaryStar No, but it's a (direct) consequence of primitive recursion, so when primitive recursion is used, bounded minimisation is assumed.
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comment $\mu-$recursive functions
@MaryStar Yes, and the class of recursive functions is the smallest class of functions containing the class of primitive recursive functions and closed under the unbounded minimisation.
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answered $\mu-$recursive functions
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comment Common traits of functions which are non-trivial to integrate?
you probably mean $n>1$. And you're not asking about non integrability, but about impossibility to express the integral with usual functions. Maybe you can modify the title ?
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answered Do you need true randomness to beat the two-envelope game?
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comment Find all prime triples $(a,b,c)$ such $a+1,b+1,c+1$ form a geometric sequence
@RoryDaulton I may have fixed the problem. But 39 cases it's not a few.