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Integers in base Pi
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So wait, what's even the point of ##\pi## here? You've just come up with a complicated way of writing down the integers. Here's a...
Today, 10:30 AM
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Integers in base Pi
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But you said 1 is in the group. If 1 is in the group, and it's closed under addition, then 11 must be in the group. Unless you are...
Today, 10:05 AM
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Integers in base Pi
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It's not a group then. If 1 is in the group, 1+1+1+1+1+1+1+1+1+1+1 must be in it also.
Today, 9:33 AM
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Solving a modulus inequality in ##x##
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I think what you wrote is right, but if a is negative you get the situation in the original post where you construct overlapping intervals.
Today, 8:32 AM
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Integers in base Pi
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How do you express ##11\pi## in this setup? Edit to add: also, how do you express 11?
Today, 8:22 AM
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Stuck at proving a bounded above Subsequence
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The point of what I wrote is that I assumed we already had the first k elements of the sequence which you dropped from your final list...
Today, 7:45 AM
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Boeing 737 Max MCAS System
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That's probably a bit unfair. Only two planes have crashed from implementing a solution to this. Do you think this hasn't prevented two...
Yesterday, 7:14 PM
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Stuck at proving a bounded above Subsequence
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You spend a lot of , big words justifying the existence of ##n_{k'}## that both doesn't seem necessary to me and sounds very confusing...
Yesterday, 6:49 PM
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Looking for a good example of a naturally occuring compounding process
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Hmmm. Population growth of humans isn't really purely exponential but not a terrible example if it makes sense. Moore's law of...
Yesterday, 4:29 PM
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The Mandalorian: Season 2
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The camera they use in clone wars adds 20mph to all movement, so that's not surprising.
Yesterday, 3:14 PM
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COVID-19 Coronavirus Containment Efforts
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What about the second peak in July that was bigger than the April one? And why are the cases per day supposed to be so b temporally...
Friday, 8:41 PM
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COVID-19 Coronavirus Containment Efforts
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The graph of reviews mentioning lack of smell by month seems pretty unconvincing to me. I would guess the real problem is either a new...
Friday, 8:07 PM
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Looking for a postdoc in a different field than my PhD, among other things
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What is your career goal? In math, the point of a post doc is to spend three years building a cv to try to apply for a tenure track...
Friday, 5:34 PM
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Modus tollens problem
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If you think that when you have ten dollars you also have one dollar, then why does the statement that you have one dollar mean you...
Thursday, 9:25 PM
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Find a function satisfying these conditions: f(x)f(f(x)) = 1 and f(2020) = 2019
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Right, so 2018 is in the range, which means f(2018) = 1/2018 as you figured out. Now what are the possible graphs of this function...
Tuesday, 1:23 PM
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