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answered Proof that such a Turing machine cannot be constructed…
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answered advanced coin tossing probability
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comment A measure having no point masses.
Yep, that's exactly it.
Nov
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answered Is a vector space a ring, integral domain or field?
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comment Dead presidents
Think about finding the probability that two haven't died on the same day.
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comment Is math built on assumptions?
I think you're right, I had left the 'nearly' off originally, but felt like I was going to get yelled at by a logician.
Nov
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answered Closed form for general recursive function
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answered Is math built on assumptions?
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answered Probability that $j$ persons to get off on the same floor, and $k-j$ persons to get off on separate floors
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comment Minimise $a + b + c + d$ s.t. $a^3+b^3=c^3+d^3$
Try looking into Lagrange multipliers.
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answered What is the probability of this event?
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answered Question about criteria of connectedness
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comment Product and binomial coefficients
Either way, they seem to use the $m$ to make the summation look a bit cleaner.
Nov
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answered Product and binomial coefficients
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answered Show that $\sum_{i=0}^{n-1} 2^i = 2^n - 1$