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 Feb3 comment why are these two intuitive ways of understanding division equivalent? Not immediately obvious and a bit roundabout as it requires already performing the division. Feb3 asked why are these two intuitive ways of understanding division equivalent? Oct30 asked Axiom of extensionality and Venn diagrams to derive GCD Oct27 awarded Notable Question Jul2 awarded Curious May17 accepted what kind of relationship is “is prefix of”? May16 comment partitioning a set using a non-equivalence relation Your answer got me thinking and resulted in another, more specific, question: math.stackexchange.com/q/798004/50256 May16 asked what kind of relationship is “is prefix of”? May16 asked partitioning a set using a non-equivalence relation May12 awarded Popular Question Jan14 asked notation for equations solving Dec23 accepted largest fraction less than 1 Dec23 asked largest fraction less than 1 Dec19 accepted how do you read: “$\lim (n-1)/(n-2) = 1$” Dec19 asked how do you read: “$\lim (n-1)/(n-2) = 1$” Nov21 awarded Yearling Sep6 comment how to quantify sharpness of “threshold” what worries me is that the third derivative (or any other derivative for that matter) are only evaluated on a specific point X0. In general I have second thoughts as to how well inflection points convey the idea of a threshold. E.g., in the case of experimental data and not nice analytic functions you could have multiple inflection points and I don't know how you would measure the concept of the data points moving rapidly from one plateau to another. Sep6 asked how to quantify sharpness of “threshold” Jun29 comment “such that” logical symbol Yeah I think I made a mistake in the question in that the square root should be defined as a single number (the "principal square root"), and not as a set, so I think from a strict mathematical perspective your answer is the correct one. Jun29 accepted “such that” logical symbol