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Just a simple Windows user merged with a need to mess around with these sorts of things.

Maybe to deepen a little. I'm a 5th year college student. I also do some programming on the side. Since college will start soon, my rate of appearance will diminish, so I'm giving my personal experience I gained while debunking countless Windows problems. It also means that most of my advice is going to SuperUser instead of StackOverflow.

For the Arqade folks... I would be a great addition to the thinking force, however, an evil Dwarf has sold my Quad Deathblow X44 Goggles to a money-mongering Goblin. (Long story short, my graphics board finally broke, after 8 years of providing joy, and I'm now using a older graphics board, that has left me out of the recent years in gaming... that and the gaming bug quietly died down).

2013-09-05 - My first Python script specifically designed to help someone at Superuser was written in a afternoon of boredom and heat. You can check out the question here and the code here

2013-09-09 - So, at last, my classes resumed. Expect my appearance to drop slowly in time.


Apr
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revised A logic problem, which involves math
Minor grammatic formatting and slight clarification
Apr
27
suggested suggested edit on A logic problem, which involves math
Jan
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comment What is Answer Of This Aptitude Question?
What have you tried so far?
Jan
10
comment What is the Simplest Way to Solve a System of Functions
Are you talking about systems of equations or finding the roots of an equation? At any case, can you tell more about your math level or knowledge. "Simplest" is relative, some cases may require analytical answers, others a simple numeric computation suffices.
Jan
7
awarded  Critic
Jan
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awarded  Teacher
Jan
7
answered How would you explain to a 9th grader the negative exponent rule?
Jan
3
comment Determining simulation threshold
@mjqxxxx I only posted the tic-tac-toe example because most people are aware of it, the real problem that lead to this question is slightly more complex. Nonetheless, that's exactly what I was looking for. Feel free to post it as an answer and I'll accept it.
Jan
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asked Determining simulation threshold
Dec
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awarded  Scholar
Dec
31
accepted Taylor series in order to find the approximate antiderivative of a function
Dec
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awarded  Quorum
Dec
29
revised On the root of $\cos (a_1x) + \cdots + \cos (a_nx) = 0$
Adding explanation regarding $a_1x$ range
Dec
29
comment Could Euclid have bisected a line segment without his method of superposition?
This is a helpful source for those that are searching the Prepositions of the Elements, so I'll leave it here for now.
Dec
29
comment Understanding the Handshake Problem
Not quite. For $n=5$ and $k=3$ for instance, you only get 7 handshakes. The last guy only shook hands with two people. Unless the formula you pointed truncates.
Dec
29
answered On the root of $\cos (a_1x) + \cdots + \cos (a_nx) = 0$
Dec
29
answered Does Interpolation/Extrapolation the crucial thing happening in our brain while driving a motor vehichle?
Dec
29
comment this question is about rate of change
I've done the job of fixing the formatting of the post. I think I got the indentation correctly but I might have missed something.
Dec
29
revised this question is about rate of change
Texifying and preformatting Python code, minor fixes.
Dec
29
answered Understanding the Handshake Problem