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Feb
7
accepted smallest Bipartite Graph
Feb
6
accepted normal as approximation to binomial
Feb
6
accepted how to determine bounds for area polar coordinates
Feb
6
accepted further simplify integral trigonometric identites
Feb
6
comment smallest Bipartite Graph
with the definition I edited into the first post, is the answer still the same?
Feb
6
revised smallest Bipartite Graph
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Feb
6
comment smallest Bipartite Graph
with this definition it the answer still the same?
Feb
6
comment smallest Bipartite Graph
A graph G is bipartite if its vertices can be partitioned into two sets V1 and V2 and every edge joins a vertex in V1 with a vertex in V2. Bipartite graphs can be characterized by all circuits in such graphs having even length (if there are no circuits, the graph is also bipartite), where the length of a circuit or path is the number of edges in it
Feb
5
revised smallest Bipartite Graph
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Feb
5
asked smallest Bipartite Graph
Nov
10
comment local maximum and minimum values and saddle point(s) of the function
I see what i did wrong, thanks.
Nov
10
accepted local maximum and minimum values and saddle point(s) of the function
Nov
9
revised local maximum and minimum values and saddle point(s) of the function
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Nov
9
asked local maximum and minimum values and saddle point(s) of the function
Sep
20
comment further simplify integral trigonometric identites
ok thanks I see it now
Sep
20
asked further simplify integral trigonometric identites
Sep
13
accepted getting an angle with respect to distance
Sep
13
comment getting an angle with respect to distance
need help understanding something, If both the target and the ball travel at 190 mph, then arcsin(190/190) = 90 (degrees) the ball is launched, but then they would never touch each other? In other words the ball will never be able to reach the target because of the distance? I think I got it. thanks.
Sep
13
asked getting an angle with respect to distance
Sep
10
comment how to determine bounds for area polar coordinates
@André Nicolas but how do you figure out the bounds? Should a certain theta value start repeating the pattern, as if starting at 0 again? How did u get 0 to 2pi ?