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reviewed No Action Needed How does an irreducible quadric in projective space look like?
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reviewed Reviewed A miraculous number N
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reviewed No Action Needed How to calculate the arc length of y = C/x
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reviewed No Action Needed The sum of n independent poisson($\lambda_i$) random variables is poisson($\sum_1^n \lambda_i$) random variable.
Apr
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comment This one weird thing that bugs me about summation and the like
(Sorry about late reply) The hierarchy consists of functions that are basically made with primitive recursion, and one can define a "skeleton" of the hierarchy as functions starting from "add one" followed with addition, multplication, exponentiation, tetration, pentation etc. The skeleton defined thereof seems relevant to your question (although I don't fully understand the question).
Apr
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reviewed No Action Needed DAG bipartite matchings vs. minimal path cover
Apr
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reviewed No Action Needed Normal subgroup corresponding to a relation
Apr
16
reviewed No Action Needed How to handle dice probability? ie, how much more likely would 3 six sided dice give a higher sum than 3 four sided dice?
Apr
16
reviewed Reviewed If there are 50 notes whose total value is 100 rupees but 2 rupee note should not be there in the count of those50 notes How many such notes can be?
Apr
16
reviewed No Action Needed Comparing two populations
Apr
15
comment Birthday Problem
What have you tried? How about complement?
Apr
15
reviewed Reviewed every finitely generated vector space has a basis. Question about the proof
Apr
15
comment This one weird thing that bugs me about summation and the like
Are you familiar with en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grzegorczyk_hierarchy
Apr
15
reviewed No Action Needed Checking convergence of $\sum\frac{\sin nx}{n}$
Apr
14
reviewed No Action Needed Evaluate nested summation of a function
Apr
13
reviewed No Action Needed This is a linear algebra question: Determine whether this is a subspace in $\mathbb{R}^3$, $H=\lbrace x \in \mathbb{R}^3:x_1+2x_2-4x_3+7 \rbrace$,
Apr
12
revised ordering two rational functions
texified / improved formatting
Apr
12
suggested approved edit on ordering two rational functions
Apr
12
reviewed No Action Needed ordering two rational functions
Apr
11
reviewed Reviewed Numerical solution 1st order ODE with Euler's method