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comment Question about the existence of points and lines.
If seeing the invisible is a problem for you, maybe math isn't the best course of study.
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comment Why is $\max(x, x')$ equivalent to $\frac{1}{2}( x + x' + |x - x' |)$?
Doubtful, but I can bump you back up.
Jun
10
comment Fano plane line
This is fascinating! Do you have any recommendation for (undergrad-) accessible material on this or related topics?
Jun
10
comment Intuitive Understanding of the constant “$e$”
@MarianoSuárez-Alvarez - I think I get it now! Will leave the answer, for posterity's sake :)
Jun
9
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
3
comment What are the dimensions of the region that minimizes the quantity of fence?
I left off a "y" - too many questions about using a barn or a river on one side!
Jun
3
revised What are the dimensions of the region that minimizes the quantity of fence?
typo!
Jun
3
comment How to find the square root of $11-6\sqrt{2}$?
Silly question - why do you say subtracting out the square root of the norm, but then (just) add it? If the norm is $49$, why not just say "add $7 = \sqrt{49}$"?
Jun
3
comment How to find the square root of $11-6\sqrt{2}$?
Right. I understand binomial expansion. What about the square root of $10-6\sqrt(2)$?
Jun
3
comment How to find the square root of $11-6\sqrt{2}$?
How did you do that?
Jun
3
answered What are the dimensions of the region that minimizes the quantity of fence?
May
28
accepted Identification of a quadrilateral as a trapezoid, rectangle, or square
May
22
comment Exact value of sin (θ/2) if cos θ = 3/5
Surely the sine and cosine aren't the same...
May
21
awarded  Favorite Question
May
21
answered How to determine if the set of vectors are linearly dependent or independent
May
21
comment Identification of a quadrilateral as a trapezoid, rectangle, or square
@WoJ - indeed, I don't usually say "this shape is a square/rect/rhombus", but rather "this shape has the properties of such...".
May
21
comment Polynomials and Commutativity
g,h are each either the inverse of f (which we can calculate if needed), or the identity, right?
May
21
comment Identification of a quadrilateral as a trapezoid, rectangle, or square
@woj under 13 yrs
May
21
revised Identification of a quadrilateral as a trapezoid, rectangle, or square
rolled back to a previous revision
May
21
awarded  Great Question