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 Mar11 awarded Popular Question Nov10 awarded Popular Question Sep24 awarded Autobiographer Jul2 awarded Curious Nov28 accepted Is it possible to do a Hasse Diagram for divisibility on the following set Nov27 revised Is it possible to do a Hasse Diagram for divisibility on the following set edited body Nov27 asked Is it possible to do a Hasse Diagram for divisibility on the following set Nov17 accepted Is it possible to simplify the following combination? Nov4 asked Is it possible to simplify the following combination? Oct2 accepted Find a counterexample for the following statement (explanation please, I already have the solution) Oct2 asked Find a counterexample for the following statement (explanation please, I already have the solution) Oct2 comment Use mathematical induction to prove that 9 divides $n^3 + (n + 1)^3 + (n + 2)^3$; Looking for explanation, I already have the solution. @labbhattacharjee the problem asks for that procedure Oct2 accepted Use mathematical induction to prove that 9 divides $n^3 + (n + 1)^3 + (n + 2)^3$; Looking for explanation, I already have the solution. Oct2 asked Use mathematical induction to prove that 9 divides $n^3 + (n + 1)^3 + (n + 2)^3$; Looking for explanation, I already have the solution. Sep18 accepted Is $\{1, 2, 3\}\times \Bbb Z$ uncountable? Sep18 comment Is $\{1, 2, 3\}\times \Bbb Z$ uncountable? That was perfect, thank you! Sep18 revised Is $\{1, 2, 3\}\times \Bbb Z$ uncountable? edited title Sep18 comment Is $\{1, 2, 3\}\times \Bbb Z$ uncountable? I'm really new to Discrete Mathematics (first week) so I'm having a bit of trouble understanding what you mean by (a, b) -> 3b + a - 1, could you possibly give me a brief explanation? Sep18 comment Is $\{1, 2, 3\}\times \Bbb Z$ uncountable? no, unfortunately it was as I wrote it. Sep18 asked Is $\{1, 2, 3\}\times \Bbb Z$ uncountable?