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Apr
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revised How can a piece of A4 paper be folded in exactly three equal parts?
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Apr
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suggested suggested edit on How can a piece of A4 paper be folded in exactly three equal parts?
Mar
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awarded  Notable Question
Feb
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comment what will be its value at the end of $10$ year?
I think the digression is the previous number minus 3 divided by the year. For example 15... year 2 = 15-(3/2) ... year 3 = 15-(3/2)-(3/3) ... year 4 = 15-(3/2)-(3/3)-(3/4) .. etc
Feb
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comment what will be its value at the end of $10$ year?
Not enough information, there are a lot of different things that could fit your digression pattern of 15, 13.5, 12
Jan
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comment Is computer science a branch of mathematics?
Just because something uses a bunch of math does not make it a branch of math... otherwise physics would be a branch of math.
Jan
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accepted How to solve a system of equations with only integers
Jan
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comment How to solve a system of equations with only integers
Perfect! Thankyou very much!
Jan
22
comment How to solve a system of equations with only integers
@MatthewConroy Doesn't seem relevant, but okay... I'm programming a grid that displays images. Either 1 image with a widthxheight of axa and a cushioned region between the edges of the screen with width or length y. The 2x2 grid has images with widthxheight bxb and I want the cushioning constant. "y". The 3x3 grid has images with widthxheight cxc. Since I'm dealing with pixels on a screen it must be integers because I can't light up half of a pixel or a third of a pixel.
Jan
22
comment How to solve a system of equations with only integers
@MatthewConroy Nothing, I don't know how to approach the problem, that's why I asked.
Jan
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asked How to solve a system of equations with only integers
Jan
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awarded  Yearling
Dec
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accepted Odds of it happening vs When it happens on average.
Dec
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comment Odds of it happening vs When it happens on average.
And what does "Median number of rolls" translate into laymens terms of real-world application in this scenario?
Dec
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comment Odds of it happening vs When it happens on average.
Ah! Yes! I think I confused myself because I was thinking subconsciously, in my head, that once you roll a number, you can't roll that again... but on the paper and in my math I never added that scenario because I wasn't even aware of it (again, this was all subconscious)
Dec
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comment Odds of it happening vs When it happens on average.
Ah! Yes! I think I confused myself because I was thinking subconsciously, in my head, that once you roll a number, you can't roll that again... but on the paper and in my math I never added that scenario because I wasn't even aware of it (again, this was all subconscious)
Dec
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asked Odds of it happening vs When it happens on average.
Nov
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comment Lines formed from vertices of n-gons equate to triangular numbers.
Thankyou! That is good to know! :)
Nov
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accepted Lines formed from vertices of n-gons equate to triangular numbers.
Nov
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comment Lines formed from vertices of n-gons equate to triangular numbers.
@WillJagy Sweet! Well in that case I am publishing it to Wikipedia! Haha!