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Hi. My name is Ionică Bizău. I am an 19 (still counting!) year old student, web developer and piano player from Romania.

I started studying computer science five years ago, starting with little algorithms and continuing with Microsoft technologies (, , ).

Then I started to learn web developing, becoming a JavaScript programmer. In present, I am an Ubuntu user and a developer, loving the open source concept.

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awarded  Caucus
Dec
17
comment Find part of segment between two circle centers
This is really cool! Thanks! :-)
Dec
17
accepted Find part of segment between two circle centers
Dec
17
comment Find part of segment between two circle centers
@DheerajKumar $(x_1, y_1)$ is the source point of arrow, and $(x_2, y_2)$ is the target point of the arrow. These values I want to calculate using the other values that are known (the position of the circles, the radiuses etc.).
Dec
17
asked Find part of segment between two circle centers
Nov
21
comment How can we calculate $(x^x)'$
This is even better and cleaner. Thanks!
Nov
21
accepted How can we calculate $(x^x)'$
Dec
26
awarded  Yearling
Dec
8
accepted Does Wolfram Alpha fail for $x^x$?
Nov
25
comment Does Wolfram Alpha fail for $x^x$?
@abiessu No, we can't use $lnx$ because we are forced to use $(0, ∞)$ interval for $x$. My question is about the negative numbers.
Nov
25
comment Does Wolfram Alpha fail for $x^x$?
@Listing Please see my edit. ${-1.1}^{-1.1}$ is not a real number, it is a complex number.
Nov
25
revised Does Wolfram Alpha fail for $x^x$?
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Nov
25
comment Does Wolfram Alpha fail for $x^x$?
Downvoter, please feel free to comment
Nov
25
asked Does Wolfram Alpha fail for $x^x$?
Nov
25
accepted What's the name of $x^x$?
Nov
11
awarded  Custodian
Nov
11
reviewed Approve What's the name of $x^x$?
Nov
11
asked What's the name of $x^x$?
Oct
22
comment How can we calculate $(x^x)'$
@DanielRust Sorry, I didn't know that $log x$ is also acceptable. Learning something new every day. Thanks