# Joel Reyes Noche

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 Name Joel Reyes Noche Member for 2 years Seen 33 mins ago Website Location Camarines Sur, Philippines Age 38
I am an assistant professor at the Department of Mathematics, Ateneo de Naga University, Naga City, Camarines Sur, Philippines.
 2d comment Blue and red balls puzzleI think you mean to say that you stop when all the balls left in the bag are the same color. 2d comment Blue and red balls puzzleYou stop at the first turn. At the first turn, you only have one ball, and all the balls you have are the same color. May6 comment cube + cube + cube = cube@DenisSerre, I think you can change your accepted answer. Just click the check mark for Noam's answer. Apr21 comment What does a mathematician expect from mathematics education? @Pete L. Clark, thank you very much for providing this link. I note that the MTC accepts "submissions" and not "questions." Apr20 revised What does a mathematician expect from mathematics education? Offensive language unnecessary Apr20 comment Which hard mathematical problems do you have to solve to earn bitcoins ?@Chandan, could you give a specific example of a mathematical problem that is divine and one that is devilish? Apr20 comment Can every $\mathbb{Z}^2$ disk be pinball-reached?Does it matter what happens to a ray that hits a disk tangentially? Apr20 revised Lecture on Fractals for Middle School StudentsAdded pictures and discussion Apr19 answered Lecture on Fractals for Middle School Students Apr18 comment Is rigour just a ritual that most mathematicians wish to get rid of if they could? I suspect that the reason for the OP's confusion is in the definition of the word proof. Perhaps the OP is thinking of a formal proof? (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Formal_proof) Apr12 comment 13 months and not even one report. what would you do?This doesn't seem to be an answer to the question. Mar29 comment easter problem - egg shapesThey had a hard time creating a model for the Vegreville egg. (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vegreville_egg) Though the surface area of an egg can be difficult to solve mathematically, the enigma of how to assemble two-dimensional tiles onto a three-dimensional egg was eventually solved by Ronald Resch, a computer science professor from the University of Utah, with the assistance of computer-aided design. Resch tiled the egg uses at total of 1108 congruent equilateral triangles, 524 concave hexagons (3-pointed stars), 3,512 visible facets, 6,978 nuts and bolts and 177 internal struts. Mar27 comment Dual space of $\mathcal{C}_0[a,b]$Cross-posted and answered at math.stackexchange.com/questions/336737/… Mar27 comment Time-delay differential equation@filippo, posting the same question simultaneously on two or more sites is frowned upon because it leads to duplication of effort on the part of the answerers. At the very least, you should provide links to the other sites you posted the question on. Mar27 comment Time-delay differential equationCross-posted at math.stackexchange.com/questions/342677/… Mar22 comment If you break a stick at two points chosen uniformly, the probability the three resulting sticks form a triangle is 1/4. Is there a “nice” proof of this fact?Your answer is similar to Allen Hatcher's: mathoverflow.net/questions/2014/… Mar15 comment standard practice for large dense truncated svd computations?Perhaps related to meta.mathoverflow.net/discussion/1552/… Mar15 comment Family with a fixed special fiber over finite fieldsI suspect it is related to this: meta.mathoverflow.net/discussion/1552/… Mar11 comment Editors in peer-review systemsRelated question: academia.stackexchange.com/questions/7645/… Mar11 comment how do I withdraw my submitted paper?I think this question is better asked at academia.stackexchange.com Mar6 comment LU decomosition for ill-condition matrixesThis has nothing to do with mathematics education. Please remove the mathematics-education tag. Mar6 comment Is a continuos and injective mapping from circle to a jordan curve is surjective ? This has nothing to do with mathematics education. Please remove the tag. Feb27 comment Is there a fair coin?Also at Skeptics: skeptics.stackexchange.com/questions/5982/… Feb27 comment Is there a fair coin?A similar question was asked at CrossValidated: stats.stackexchange.com/questions/30116/… Feb25 comment Distributing fire stations in a circular cityInstead of circle, do you mean disk? Feb25 comment When does $A^A=2^A$ without the axiom of choice?@Daniel Spector, also when $A=0$ (as some people define $0^0=1$). :) Feb23 comment Generalizing square wheels rolling on inverted catenaries@Ben Crowell, you might want to rethink your comment above. It's possible that asifsound is the author Imai. Feb7 awarded ● Popular Question Jan24 awarded ● Enlightened Jan24 awarded ● Nice Answer Jan20 awarded ● Yearling Jan18 comment Retracted Mathematics PapersI think questions with no single correct answer are more appropriately made community wiki. Jan17 comment 13 months and not even one report. what would you do?I agree with Gerry Myerson's comment because something similar happened to me. Jan17 comment equation for bowling ball on a trampolineIf Carl Feynman's answer was "more than what you expected," then consider asking at math.stackexchange.com next time. Jan16 comment Interesting thesis topic on statistical inference that is sufficiently mathematical For your information, there is also a [Statistics StackExchange] (stats.stackexchange.com) Jan16 comment What is the history of $\sqrt{}$This was already asked and answered at Mathematics StackExchange: math.stackexchange.com/questions/15787/how-did-the-square-root-get-its-shape/ Jan11 comment Question about getting Review servicesIt seems that your paper will be indexed in Zentralblatt MATH, see ccsenet.org/journal/index.php/jmr/about/…