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Dec
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comment Calculation of all positive integer $x$ for which $\displaystyle \lfloor \log_{2}(x) \rfloor = \lfloor \log_{3}(x) \rfloor \;,$
You can/should right-click a mathematical expression to see its LaTex format: [Show math as] --> [Tex commands]. An example from this question is: \displaystyle \lfloor \log_{2}(x) \rfloor = \lfloor \log_{3}(x) \rfloor \;
Dec
2
comment Proof: Characterize m
Yes. What happens when you square $0,1,2,3,4$, mod 5?
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Jul
29
comment Simplify $S=\sum_{i=0}^{k}a_i (2n)^{2i+1}$
What have you tried? etc.
Jul
28
comment Surjective function - proving
Surjective means that for any point b in the codomain, you can find a point a in the domain such that $$f(a) = b$$. If you can't "get to" certain (positive values), then the function is not surjective.
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Apr
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comment Proving $\sqrt 3$ is irrational.
Getting a downvote two years later - priceless!
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Mar
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comment Prove that any palindrome with an even number of digits is divisible by 11.
You might be making this too difficult. Do you know the basic test for divisibility by $11$?
Feb
21
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Jan
8
comment Probability that a chosen number will be a Fibonacci number
Natural density on wikipedia
Jan
7
comment The Curve in $R^n$
I would upvote this, but you have $8008$ rep...
Jan
6
comment “Bad” Mathematics in Movies
Related Huff post article
Dec
19
comment Derive $y=x\cos^3(5x+1)$
Sounds like you should do a web/video search of "chain rule", Dipok!
Dec
19
comment rank of a matrix series
@Shi/Sivaram/Marvis/17762/etc. - one day, your pride will destroy you. You are intelligent, and maybe more than most in these parts, but the cancerous attitude that your embrace can only end in loneliness and misery. Good luck out there.
Dec
18
comment If $x^2+y^2=z^2$ has a solution then $5$ divides $xyz$
@EpicGuy: all this talk about "divides" kinda implies that we're dealing with integers only (which we are)...