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 3h accepted How to generate complicated looking identities such as $\sqrt [3] {2 + \sqrt 5} - \sqrt [3] {2 - \sqrt 5}=1$ easily? 3h comment How to generate complicated looking identities such as $\sqrt [3] {2 + \sqrt 5} - \sqrt [3] {2 - \sqrt 5}=1$ easily? @PrasunBiswas : that specific result or a more general form that makes that as a specific value? 3h comment How to generate complicated looking identities such as $\sqrt [3] {2 + \sqrt 5} - \sqrt [3] {2 - \sqrt 5}=1$ easily? @PrasunBiswas : yes I agree nothing can be that general, is there even a taxonomy of identies or the their generating families exist? 3h comment How to generate complicated looking identities such as $\sqrt [3] {2 + \sqrt 5} - \sqrt [3] {2 - \sqrt 5}=1$ easily? @PrasunBiswas : holy hell, what generates identities like that? 3h revised Limit $\lim_{x→0} x^{x^x}$ edited title 3h asked How to generate complicated looking identities such as $\sqrt [3] {2 + \sqrt 5} - \sqrt [3] {2 - \sqrt 5}=1$ easily? 4h comment Is it true that If $n$ is an integer such that $n > 2$, $x$ and $y$ are positive integer such that $x > y$ , then don't thank me :) improve the question, I like your question, I would like to see your ideas on the problem please. Enjoy doing maths 4h comment Is it true that If $n$ is an integer such that $n > 2$, $x$ and $y$ are positive integer such that $x > y$ , then Yoo, math soldier! show some work. What have you tried so far? What are you ideas? Also read the FAQ and welcome to the site. 4h comment Is it true that If $n$ is an integer such that $n > 2$, $x$ and $y$ are positive integer such that $x > y$ , then Easy on downvoting people! It is the poor chaps first question Lets be more of educators than punishers hey? 4h revised Is it true that If $n$ is an integer such that $n > 2$, $x$ and $y$ are positive integer such that $x > y$ , then deleted 2 characters in body; edited title 17h comment Does every integer occur finitely many times and in what positions in Pascal's triangle? @Archaick thank you 17h asked Does every integer occur finitely many times and in what positions in Pascal's triangle? Apr11 comment Deriving the value of $\pi$ from a dart board Lookup bufons needle; no it is not Mar29 comment Is my $1+1+1+1+1…=-\frac{1}{2}$ proof correct? Why down vote for asking a question and showing the work behind it, even if it is wrong it is a question with effort put into it +1 from me Mar21 awarded Popular Question Mar20 revised Integral $\int_0^1\sqrt[2\,n\,]{\frac x{1-x}}\,\mathrm dx$ edited title Mar18 revised Calculus Proving extreeme usage of $, trim the$ man! Mar17 comment Integral $\int \frac{x^2}{\sqrt[] {3-x^3} } \operatorname d \! x$ Changed your first image to a Mathjax, look up the FAQ for the site on how to do latex or google Mathjax. Mar17 revised Integral $\int \frac{x^2}{\sqrt[] {3-x^3} } \operatorname d \! x$ added 16 characters in body; edited title Mar17 comment Whether it is the pigeonhole principle? It would be good that you include your own thoughts on this problem.