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Sep
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revised Proving the inequality $a^2+b^2+c^2+ab+bc+ca\ge6$
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Sep
9
suggested approved edit on Proving the inequality $a^2+b^2+c^2+ab+bc+ca\ge6$
Sep
7
revised Calculate position of rectangle lower left corner on center rotatiton
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Sep
7
suggested approved edit on Calculate position of rectangle lower left corner on center rotatiton
Sep
6
awarded  Organizer
Sep
6
reviewed Approve Fibonacci nth term
Sep
6
revised How to find the values of $a$ and $b$, given $c$
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Sep
6
comment Fibonacci nth term
@nayrb Yes, exactly.
Sep
6
suggested approved edit on How to find the values of $a$ and $b$, given $c$
Sep
6
accepted Recursive number of divisors function
Sep
6
asked Fibonacci nth term
Sep
3
accepted Integer solutions of $p^2 + xp - 6y = \pm1$
Sep
3
comment Finding integer coordinates on a sphere's surface
@GerryMyerson No this subject was discussed in my number theory class. I would also kindly request you stop accusing me of posting PE problems on every question I post.
Sep
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comment Integer solutions of $p^2 + xp - 6y = \pm1$
Thank you for your answer. Can you explain this part please: "Any positive number congruent to −2 modulo 6"?
Sep
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comment Finding integer coordinates on a sphere's surface
@GerryMyerson Yet that question has no answer either.
Sep
2
comment Finding integer coordinates on a sphere's surface
@Lubin Not necessarily, but it depends on what values of $r$ can generate solutions.
Sep
2
comment Finding integer coordinates on a sphere's surface
@BillCook That gives points inside a circle, I require points on a surface.
Sep
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asked Integer solutions of $p^2 + xp - 6y = \pm1$
Sep
2
asked Finding integer coordinates on a sphere's surface
Aug
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comment Recursive number of divisors function
And this will not work for the number-of-divisors function?