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Jun
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accepted Counting when there are two inclusive conditions.
Jun
1
comment Counting when there are two inclusive conditions.
@vadim123: Ah, so the answer would be like $$2^7 + 2^4$$ I think?
Jun
1
asked Counting when there are two inclusive conditions.
Jun
1
comment Checking when a player has all four aces from a deck distribution.
@HennoBrandsma: Yeah, you're right. I fixed it now, thanks.
Jun
1
revised Checking when a player has all four aces from a deck distribution.
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Jun
1
asked Checking when a player has all four aces from a deck distribution.
Jun
1
comment Creating two groups where two people can't be in the same group.
@Taladris: Hm, I think that's fine.
Jun
1
asked Creating two groups where two people can't be in the same group.
Jun
1
accepted Number of ways to form a 6-digit sequence with these constraints.
Jun
1
asked Number of ways to form a 6-digit sequence with these constraints.
May
29
accepted Isolating $x$ from $y = (x-1)^2$
May
29
comment Isolating $x$ from $y = (x-1)^2$
@HenningMakholm: If I had $\int_{0}^{1}(x)dy$, I would need to isolate the $x$ from my $y = (x-1)^2$ - if I did that, $x$ could be either $-\sqrt{y}+1$ or $\sqrt{y}+1$ and I'd have to do both cases?
May
29
comment Isolating $x$ from $y = (x-1)^2$
Thanks, I ask because if I have $\int_{0}^{1}(-5y+1)$, I would have to do it twice (one in which $y$ is positive and another when it is negative), right?
May
29
asked Isolating $x$ from $y = (x-1)^2$
May
28
comment If two planes in $\mathbb{R}^3$ pass by the origin, do they necessarily intersect at multiple points?
@user3001408: Nice, my entire life was a lie.
May
28
accepted If two planes in $\mathbb{R}^3$ pass by the origin, do they necessarily intersect at multiple points?
May
28
asked If two planes in $\mathbb{R}^3$ pass by the origin, do they necessarily intersect at multiple points?
May
28
accepted Calculating a basis in $\mathbb{R}^4$.
May
28
asked Calculating a basis in $\mathbb{R}^4$.
May
28
comment Calculating a basis given some constraints.
@David: When I multiplied by $s$, the third term should've been $1$, not the fourth. Ack....... By the way, for this specific method, my basis should always be identical to the solution in the book, right? Or can they differ?