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 Sep24 awarded Autobiographer Feb8 awarded Student Nov1 comment Alternative interpretation of graph-minor theorem Sorry again, so what is finite about this graph (of arbitrary size and topology ) that you are mentioning. From what I get is that they have countably-infinite vertices, because a set of countably finite vertices graph cant be infinite. But then it wont be proper to call these graphs as finite. Oct29 comment Alternative interpretation of graph-minor theorem Thanks. But I still don't completely understand. When you say infinite set of finite graphs, do you mean graphs with same topology, or graphs with same vertices? For example, there are only finite many graphs that I could draw for 4 vertices (and different topologies). Oct28 comment Integral solution for $|x | + | y | + | z | = 10$ Very nicely done indeed! Oct28 answered Integral solution for $|x | + | y | + | z | = 10$ Oct28 comment Average bus waiting time @scibuff, this starting point is essential especially in case you have waiting time less than m1, m2... As you can see (as counter-example), it may or may not be possible to get the bus within this waiting time based on global schedule. But may be I am missing something in the question. Oct28 comment Average bus waiting time But the number of buses should be integer while $\frac{r}{m_1}$ need not be. Oct28 answered Understanding the derivative geometrically Oct28 comment Average bus waiting time Once in every m minutes is not very clear. Do the buses have same starting point in time, I mean all these buses start at 6AM in morning and then once in every m1, m2 ... minutes? It seems to be a vital information which is missing. Oct28 answered Please help me with this limit of sequence Oct28 answered Can someone help me with this limit of sequence? Oct28 answered Sum of $x, y, z$ intercepts of a tangent plane is constant. Oct27 answered How, $f(x)=1/[1 + e^{1/\sin({n!{\pi}x})}]$ can be made discontinuous at any rational point in$[0,1]$? Oct27 answered Given 3 points of a rigid body in space, how do I find the corresponding orientation (aka rotation or attitude)? Oct27 awarded Supporter Oct27 answered A question on maps having polar co-ordinates Oct27 answered Evaluating a geometric progression Oct27 answered Show that the equation $y^2 = x^3 + 7$ has no integral solutions. Oct27 answered Proof of Easy Theorem?