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comment A function whose value is either one or zero
Amazing, as I said in one of the comments at this level of complexity it's more about curiosity... So what does the formula mean? Why would x=0 not be 1 like the rest? since 0^0 = 5^0 = 1 what happens at nā†’āˆž that makes the equivalence different?
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comment A function whose value is either one or zero
I accepted this one even though the others are cleaner because I wanted to avoid conditions. Thanks for everything guys.
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comment A function whose value is either one or zero
This one is pretty straightforward since it's only a redefinition.
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comment A function whose value is either one or zero
Thanks, it's much better and kind of embarrassing that I couldn't do it myself n_n;;
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accepted A function whose value is either one or zero
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comment A function whose value is either one or zero
It still feels like there should be a formula whose function has the same output without booleans, this question was out of curiosity more than practical use, so I don't restrict yourselves to usefulness, please.
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comment A function whose value is either one or zero
Ok thanks for the programming answer but, mathematically speaking, is this really how you'd write the formula? cause "otherwise" doesn't seem to be a mathematical term at all. wouldn't is at least be something like if x= n for n in R0?
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asked A function whose value is either one or zero
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awarded  Supporter
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comment Is zero a multiple of any number?
So yes there was a contradiction among my statements and the argument that was incorrect was the 3rd one. I mixed up multiple and divisor as you pointed out. Thanks, I really am a noob... ^___^
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awarded  Scholar
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comment Is zero a multiple of any number?
Yeah even, sorry I'm not English my vocabulary is messed up. And in that regard I think I also mixed up multiple with "divisor" (if that's a word).
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accepted Is zero a multiple of any number?
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awarded  Student
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asked Is zero a multiple of any number?