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Dec
11
revised Big Omega Proof Switch
edited body
Dec
11
comment Big Omega Proof Switch
oops, sorry it should be omega
Dec
11
asked Big Omega Proof Switch
Dec
10
accepted Antisymmetric Relations
Dec
10
comment Antisymmetric Relations
So it is similar to the idea of implications, if we don't know if the premise is true for sure, the conclusion is always true?
Dec
10
asked Antisymmetric Relations
Dec
9
asked Combinatoric Selection of Passwords
Dec
5
awarded  Supporter
Dec
5
accepted Probability that z precedes both a and b in the permutation?
Dec
1
asked Probability that z precedes both a and b in the permutation?
Nov
13
accepted Simplifying Boolean Function with Karnaugh Maps
Nov
13
comment Simplifying Boolean Function with Karnaugh Maps
Thanks for the answer. The problem I am having is know which to include inside the circles. How come the blue circle not include the first column too? Wouldn't such grouping making it a bigger block?
Nov
13
awarded  Student
Nov
13
asked Simplifying Boolean Function with Karnaugh Maps
Oct
17
comment Proving that floor(n/2)=n/2 if n is an even integer and floor(n/2)=(n-1)/2 if n is an odd integer.
for the odd case, its n-1/2 in terms of m
Oct
17
revised Proving that floor(n/2)=n/2 if n is an even integer and floor(n/2)=(n-1)/2 if n is an odd integer.
deleted 8 characters in body; edited title
Oct
17
awarded  Scholar
Oct
17
accepted Proving that floor(n/2)=n/2 if n is an even integer and floor(n/2)=(n-1)/2 if n is an odd integer.
Oct
17
comment Proving that floor(n/2)=n/2 if n is an even integer and floor(n/2)=(n-1)/2 if n is an odd integer.
for the odd case, if i set n = 6m+1, which is always odd and plug in for simplification...will that be sufficient for proof? I got 3m at the end
Oct
17
asked Proving that floor(n/2)=n/2 if n is an even integer and floor(n/2)=(n-1)/2 if n is an odd integer.