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What does pairwise disjoint mean?

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Method for finding efficient algorithms?

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Probability of Equal Heads and Tails

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Formula for series (or sequence?) of $n$ values where last in series is $x \times n_1$ and total is $y$.

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How to go about solving $\left|5x-3k\right|\geq3\left|x+4k\right|$?

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Conditional Probability/Bayes Theory question

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Derivative of Repeated Exponent

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$\tan x=4-3\cos x $. Solve for $x$

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How many ways can the 60 people from 20 countries be seated so that each president are sitting consecutively?

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Applications of polynomials of a high degree

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What is the mathematical word to describe when two objects can be transformed to each other like Klein bottle and torus?

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Probability for composite $n$ to have prime factor $\geq \sqrt n$

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Show that water level decreases at constant rate for conical tank.

2 votes

Random Game Using Real Numbers

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Roots of quadratic equation lying in a particular range

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Number of faces in a planar graph

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Number of edges in $V_1\times V_2$

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Writing down income

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Independence of multiple random variables.

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Find derivative of a complicated fraction

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Equivalence of two methods for generating random numbers that sum to 1

1 vote

Continuity, partial derivatives and total differential

1 vote

sum of binomial distributions

1 vote

Evaluate for a double integral

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What is the probability of rolling three twenty-sided dice and having at least two of the same number appear?

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Alternative way of solving a mixture or allegation problem

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Evaluate: $\int \tan^5 (x). \sec (x) dx$

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What are the steps that lead to this answer with limits?

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How can find out if the coordinate (0,4) belongs to a parabola or a linear function?

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Is it impossible to grasp Multivariable Calculus with poor prerequisite from Single variable calculus?