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Mar
29
comment How to simplify this power equation?
@DominicMichaelis ,your equation is now simple to understand thanks ..:)
Mar
28
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.
Mar
28
comment How to simplify this power equation?
BTW what is naught term ? yes i confuse you people.
Mar
28
comment How to simplify this power equation?
Yes I understood your equation. Thanks
Mar
28
comment How to simplify this power equation?
thanks :) sorry it was so simple I mean your first solution.
Mar
28
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Mar
28
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
Mar
28
comment How to simplify this power equation?
if my question is wrong I can remove it and try to find answer myself.
Mar
28
asked How to simplify this power equation?
Feb
27
revised How is the set of all programs countable?
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Feb
21
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
Feb
21
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answered How is the set of all programs countable?
Jan
28
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
Jan
28
comment Tell wether $(1234657)! +1 \equiv_{11111} (7654321)! -1$ is true or false
Why a.11111 and b.11111 are zero ?
Jan
28
comment Tell wether $(1234657)! +1 \equiv_{11111} (7654321)! -1$ is true or false
Why a.11111 and b.11111 are zero ?