Grijesh Chauhan
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 Mar29 comment How to simplify this power equation? @DominicMichaelis ,your equation is now simple to understand thanks ..:) Mar28 comment How to simplify this power equation? @DominicMichaelis thanks ..but your updated answer have summation and power expression that I want to ignore because of efficiency reason in code. Mar28 comment How to simplify this power equation? BTW what is naught term ? yes i confuse you people. Mar28 comment How to simplify this power equation? Yes I understood your equation. Thanks Mar28 comment How to simplify this power equation? thanks :) sorry it was so simple I mean your first solution. Mar28 revised How to simplify this power equation? added 4 characters in body Mar28 comment How to simplify this power equation? @Maesumi actually I just need any n digit number don't bothers if it 11111 11111 1 or 22222 22222 2 Mar28 comment How to simplify this power equation? if my question is wrong I can remove it and try to find answer myself. Mar28 asked How to simplify this power equation? Feb27 revised How is the set of all programs countable? added 11 characters in body Feb21 revised How is the set of all programs countable? added 8 characters in body Feb21 revised How is the set of all programs countable? edited body Feb21 revised How is the set of all programs countable? added 125 characters in body Feb21 comment How is the set of all programs countable? I believe correct tags are missing the question more belongs to computational-theory. or Theory of computation Feb21 awarded Teacher Feb21 revised How is the set of all programs countable? added 359 characters in body Feb21 answered How is the set of all programs countable? Jan28 comment Tell wether $(1234657)! +1 \equiv_{11111} (7654321)! -1$ is true or false ok . means remainder not multiple. I am not in practice on math but I like your that's what I asked Jan28 comment Tell wether $(1234657)! +1 \equiv_{11111} (7654321)! -1$ is true or false Why a.11111 and b.11111 are zero ? Jan28 comment Tell wether $(1234657)! +1 \equiv_{11111} (7654321)! -1$ is true or false Why a.11111 and b.11111 are zero ?