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Hello, my name is

A. R. Shajii


Please don't hesitate to downvote if you find that I don't know what I'm talking about. All I ask is that you provide a comment indicating the mistake.

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Most of my questions touch on programming challenges/conundrums that I personally have frequently faced (be they small or large), and I asked them simply to aid anyone else who happens to be facing them. A few of them I've also asked out of a curiosity as to how others would approach the problem.

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Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
30
awarded  Critic
Sep
26
accepted Are “proofs” that are contingent upon physical reality valid?
Sep
24
asked Are “proofs” that are contingent upon physical reality valid?
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31
awarded  Yearling
Aug
20
awarded  Commentator
Aug
20
comment Problems that become easier in a more general form.
@MichaelT How could we do that? The reason we incorporate the $x$ is so we can work with the derivative with respect to $x$.
Aug
19
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
16
answered Problems that become easier in a more general form.
May
15
awarded  Enthusiast
Sep
20
comment Prove the limit..
Do you need to prove this using the definition of limits?
Aug
31
awarded  Yearling
Aug
6
accepted Number of proper divisors generally prime
Aug
5
comment Rigorous Textbook for Introduction to Complex Numbers/Analysis?
+1 for Rudin :)
Jul
30
comment Probability in a range
@ChrisEagle Yes, that was my assumption. I will change/delete this answer if the OP indicates that this is not the case.
Jul
30
answered Probability in a range
Jul
20
comment 2013 USAMO problem 5
Here is some Python code that can be used to find the $c$ values, in case it can help anyone.
Jul
20
revised 2013 USAMO problem 5
Improved formatting of problem statement
Jul
20
suggested suggested edit on 2013 USAMO problem 5
May
19
accepted When is this sum equal to $0$?