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"There are only two hard things in Computer Science: cache invalidation, naming things and off-by-one errors"

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Apr
16
comment Help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
@user143523 ew. That's even worse. We don't want to help you cheating.
Apr
12
comment No. of 4 digit nos. which can be formed containing at most 2 digits?
I smell a troll here.
Apr
12
comment No. of 4 digit nos. which can be formed containing at most 2 digits?
@SanathDevalapurkar this is an incredibly unclear question, I believe.
Apr
9
comment What is the shortest way to write the number $1234567890$?
@SanathDevalapurkar forum? Stack Exchange is not a forum.
Apr
7
comment Visually stunning math concepts which are easy to explain
@OmnipotentEntity it doesn't qualify as having fractional dimension because the underlying space is discrete. If you use a real space instead - the set of x, y such that x * y = 0 mod n, you get a set of hyperboles (linear in dimension). If you take a limit towards infinite squares, then the count of white squares is equal to the length of the edge whenever the length is prime.
Mar
2
comment Olympiad Maths Training Question
Closely related: circle packing
Feb
10
comment Simplifying fraction
@ZevChonoles I'm well aware of that fact. I was referring to his previous unsuccessful post there.
Feb
10
comment Simplifying fraction
no success on MathOverflow? Also, I'm still not sure what you're asking.
Feb
9
comment Question about finding the volume of a Sphere to a certain point
hint: what's the area of the slice of constant height? hint: it's a circle, and you can use the pythagorean theorem to get its size. Can you integrate these?
Feb
7
suggested suggested edit on La fonction $f$ admet-elle une fonction réciproque?
Feb
7
suggested suggested edit on La fonction $f$ admet-elle une fonction réciproque?
Feb
7
suggested suggested edit on La fonction $f$ admet-elle une fonction réciproque?
Feb
6
comment La fonction $f$ admet-elle une fonction réciproque?
@imranfat "nous ne parlons pas". "parle" is the singular form.
Feb
6
comment La fonction $f$ admet-elle une fonction réciproque?
English, please
Feb
6
comment Question on linear programming problem
@TooTone most likely the all-caps has done its part, too
Jan
28
comment What is half of 7:30-5:30
ohe hour? I'm not sure I understand, and if I do, then I'm not sure what you don't understand.
Jan
26
comment Degree of a Vertex Problem
so... showing bipartiteness is easy... Right? And the second property is false.
Jan
24
comment A “Paradoxist Geometry”
@Neil discrete geometry could do. There's discrete projective geometry, but that has no parallels.
Jan
24
comment A “Paradoxist Geometry”
Do you insist on "each pair of lines has at most one intersection"? Because this doesn't apply on a cone.
Jan
20
comment Function is equal to its own derivative
$a e^x$ for every $a$. No other functions.