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 Jul5 comment Are there numerical algorithms for Roman numerals? @Theo - It's odd then that nobody seems to have questioned the system, given that you need a calculator to solve just any problem :-) Jul5 asked Are there numerical algorithms for Roman numerals? Dec25 awarded Nice Question Nov17 awarded Fanatic Oct30 revised What requirements should a CRC polynomial satisfy? added 18 characters in body Oct30 revised What requirements should a CRC polynomial satisfy? added 176 characters in body; added 3 characters in body; added 60 characters in body Oct30 revised What requirements should a CRC polynomial satisfy? added 55 characters in body; added 3 characters in body Oct30 comment What requirements should a CRC polynomial satisfy? @Jason: yes, I'm talking about GF2 polynomials. I'll add it to my question Oct30 comment What requirements should a CRC polynomial satisfy? @J.M.: yes, as in CRC checksums Oct30 accepted Types of infinity Oct30 asked What requirements should a CRC polynomial satisfy? Sep24 awarded Critic Sep24 comment Types of infinity Thanks. Does this also mean that the cardinalities of all classes which include the class of infinities are equal, and greater than the cardinalities of all classes which don't include the class of infinities? Sep24 asked Types of infinity Sep22 comment If $x=1$, then its powers end with $1$ I don't think OP knows about modular arithmetic... Sep14 comment Why is $e^{\pi \sqrt{163}}$ almost an integer? accepted as answer for explaining how some numbers approach integers, albeit with a completely different example. I understand Rumanujan's Constant is way beyond my understanding of mathematics. Sep14 accepted Why is $e^{\pi \sqrt{163}}$ almost an integer? Sep13 comment How do I map a spherical triangle to a plane triangle? Maybe also interesting for gis.stackexchange.com? Sep13 asked Why is $e^{\pi \sqrt{163}}$ almost an integer? Sep13 revised sangaku - a geometrical puzzle deleted 59 characters in body