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### Challenge Math Challenge by QuantumQuest #3

I don't really see the point of what you write here. Isn't it obvious to you that "any polygon" I said is in the context of the problem that...
Post by: QuantumQuest, May 29, 2017 at 5:25 PM in forum: General Math
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### Challenge Math Challenge by QuantumQuest #3

Take a more careful look at the wording of the problem - I've used bold face type for the important word. I'm really curious about how you did not...
Post by: QuantumQuest, May 29, 2017 at 12:02 PM in forum: General Math
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### Challenge Math Challenge by QuantumQuest #3

Yes, it may be shorter but still more complex compared to what I mean. You still introduce a fourth point that is not necessary. No, it is...
Post by: QuantumQuest, May 29, 2017 at 11:47 AM in forum: General Math
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### Challenge Math Challenge by QuantumQuest #3

The problem refers to the center of polygon.
Post by: QuantumQuest, May 28, 2017 at 5:47 PM in forum: General Math
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### Challenge Math Challenge by QuantumQuest #3

@ddddd28 There is a clear format problem in your lists, so I could not understand what exactly you talk about. Now, as I told you before I can...
Post by: QuantumQuest, May 28, 2017 at 5:39 PM in forum: General Math
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### Challenge Math Challenge by QuantumQuest #3

At this point I'll give a hint for anyone trying to solve the problem: For an efficient and short solution, try to find in which way you can pick...
Post by: QuantumQuest, May 28, 2017 at 4:23 PM in forum: General Math
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### Challenge Math Challenge by QuantumQuest #3

@ddddd28 You follow a "brute force" logic beginning from a certain polygon and then try to generalize for other types of polygons, taking all the...
Post by: QuantumQuest, May 28, 2017 at 3:51 PM in forum: General Math
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### B Help me understand: "is it consistent with itself?"

Just to add to all the above great posts, John von Neumann did great work on set theory, influenced by Georg Cantor., Ernst Zermelo and the...
Post by: QuantumQuest, May 26, 2017 at 10:37 AM in forum: General Math
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### Insights Name the Scientist - Comments

10 points out of 12 with a little bit of luck:smile:
Post by: QuantumQuest, May 23, 2017 in forum: General Discussion
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### Challenge Physics Challenge by QuantumQuest #1

@TSny Very well done!
Post by: QuantumQuest, May 5, 2017 in forum: General Physics
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### Happy 25th Birthday, Evo!

Happy Birthday Evo!
Post by: QuantumQuest, Apr 30, 2017 in forum: General Discussion
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### Help me understand the solution manual (momentum)

I would advise you to try to solve the problem yourself. Have you understood the conservation of momentum?
Post by: QuantumQuest, Apr 27, 2017 in forum: Introductory Physics Homework
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### I The largest n such that K_n can be expressed as the union of

$K_n$ is a complete graph and the theorem claims that this can be expressed as a union of $k$ bipartite graphs if and only if $n\leq 2^k$....
Post by: QuantumQuest, Apr 26, 2017 in forum: General Math