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 May 3 accepted Is there something faulty about this statement? May 3 comment Is there something faulty about this statement? Yeah, but when they used $k$ in both, it reads that the $k$'s are going to be the same. Is this sort of thing standard notation? May 3 asked Is there something faulty about this statement? May 3 comment Trig and algebra problem: Finding sides of a triangle by expanding the whole thing on the RHS? May 3 comment Trig and algebra problem: Finding sides of a triangle I was able to get that, but I don't know what to do with it May 3 asked Trig and algebra problem: Finding sides of a triangle May 3 accepted When does $az + b\bar{z} + c = 0$ represent a line? May 2 comment Rudin or Apostol @BrianM.Scott When you say Apostol covers more material, do you mean that he's just more explicit in his explanations or he covers all the topics and theorems that Rudin does, plus more? Apr 27 revised When does $az + b\bar{z} + c = 0$ represent a line? added 17 characters in body Apr 27 revised When does $az + b\bar{z} + c = 0$ represent a line? added 1 characters in body Apr 27 asked When does $az + b\bar{z} + c = 0$ represent a line? Apr 26 revised Distributing identical objects to identical boxes deleted 355 characters in body Apr 26 revised Distributing identical objects to identical boxes Title doesn't say much about the post. May be too general. Apr 26 suggested approved edit on Distributing identical objects to identical boxes Apr 26 revised Distributing identical objects to identical boxes added 29 characters in body Apr 26 answered Distributing identical objects to identical boxes Apr 26 comment Show that there is no rational number $r=m/n$ such that $r^3=3$ @EricNaslund Do you mean as long as $n\geq 2$ is an integer? Apr 25 accepted Show that there is no rational number $r=m/n$ such that $r^3=3$ Apr 25 revised Show that there is no rational number $r=m/n$ such that $r^3=3$ added 96 characters in body Apr 25 comment Show that there is no rational number $r=m/n$ such that $r^3=3$ @ThomasAndrews Does it make a difference that this is cubed root?