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 Apr15 awarded Popular Question Oct1 awarded Popular Question Jul2 awarded Curious Jan27 awarded Notable Question Aug13 awarded Popular Question Apr26 comment Finding nth degree polynomial functions I need to practice some more of these, but you've pointed me in the right direction. Thanks. Apr26 accepted Finding nth degree polynomial functions Apr26 asked Finding nth degree polynomial functions Feb26 accepted How can I prove this logical expression? Feb26 revised How can I prove this logical expression? added 9 characters in body Feb26 asked How can I prove this logical expression? Feb4 accepted What is a good reference for basic shape detection algorithms Feb4 comment What is a good reference for basic shape detection algorithms Wow... that's... a lot of information. It's an incredible resource if I want to learn everything about computer vision, but it's far more than I need for 15 PowerPoint slides. For the time being it does seem to be the best resource to pull from, though, since all of the information is sure to match up being written by a single author. Feb4 asked What is a good reference for basic shape detection algorithms Jan31 comment Solving equations that contain summations After pounding into my head what those formulas represent, it turns out that they are far more helpful than I originally thought. I'll go ahead and credit you with the answer on this one. Thanks very much for the assistance. Also, there should be 10 layers. Jan31 accepted Solving equations that contain summations Jan31 comment Solving equations that contain summations Okay, that makes sense. Thanks @DavidMitra. Jan31 comment Solving equations that contain summations I'm still working through what you're saying here. It takes me a long time to make sense of things like this since I'm new to them, and there's a bit of math anxiety starting to creep up on me (which is not something I'm used to, either). Jan31 comment Solving equations that contain summations This seems to be exactly what I'm looking for, but I'd like some more information on why that can be done. I can see what you did, but I have no idea why that can be done. I think there is something about summations that I don't understand yet. Jan31 comment Solving equations that contain summations @DavidMitra That post is very helpful, and I think I will have a solid grasp on this if you could further explain how you got from $\displaystyle\sum\limits_{i=1}^n (4+2i)$ to $4n + 2\displaystyle\sum\limits_{i=1}^n i$.