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Nov
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comment Curiosity with surreal numbers
There are strange surreal numbers that do not involve infinitesimals or infinities, such as there being infinite values for each equivalent real, values that are both greater than 1 and less than -1, at least 1 value that it between 0 and 0, and at least one value without an equivalent real. You could try probability involving those values.
Nov
23
comment Curiosity with surreal numbers
Roll a ω sided dice ω times. You win if you roll a 1. Whats your chance of winning to the nearest percent?
Oct
11
comment The largest tile in 2048, groups of 3 variant?
How did you get to the first diagram here from the start of the game? And no need to use any 3^1 tiles as in these perfect games we can presume our luck always gives us 3^2 tiles.
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Sep
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awarded  Popular Question
Sep
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comment Operations on binary numbers, that have equal numbers of two available digits, that preserve this property?
Any sort of function/operation, simple ones with nifty results are best, thanks for that one, the consequences are a bit trivial though. I imagined something that was unfortunately also a bit simple, based on your approach, transforming this example $1001$ (ignore the hyphen) into $1001$-$1001$.
Sep
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asked Operations on binary numbers, that have equal numbers of two available digits, that preserve this property?
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Aug
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accepted Wolfram Alpha “x = derivative x”
Aug
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comment Wolfram Alpha “x = derivative x”
Then, what? It's interpreting it as if it is variables by themsleves, having first interepreted it as a derivative?
Aug
29
comment Wolfram Alpha “x = derivative x”
Ok, cool :) perplexingly seems to work. Thanks :) I strive to understand why.
Aug
29
comment Wolfram Alpha “x = derivative x”
Should I ask $x = d/dx(x)$? But $d/dx$ algebraically seems to simply to "inverse of $x$" as opposed to "derivative of $x$".
Aug
29
comment Wolfram Alpha “x = derivative x”
In this context, does $x'$ not mean "the derivative of x"?
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asked Wolfram Alpha “x = derivative x”
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asked hyper, super and meta. Meaning vs emphasis?
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comment Images of a familiar object in $\mathbb{R}^3$ mapped to $\mathbb{R}^2$ by Cantor/Peano/Hilbert
more please :) see also possiblywrong.wordpress.com/2014/04/18/…
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