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Jan
22
revised Is this parametric inequality true?
fixed typos
Jan
22
answered Is this parametric inequality true?
Jan
20
comment When was the “arrow notation” for functions first introduced?
Same references were also mentioned here mathoverflow.net/questions/59456/whence-commutative-diagrams/…
Jan
14
awarded  Revival
Jan
14
answered Generating functions, Tutte polynomials, and the bivariate series $\sum_n x^n y^{n^2} / n!$.
Jan
14
comment Are binomial coefficients $F_1$ analogs of $q$-binomial coefficients?
@LSpice, I just meant a uniform proof for finite fields, that works when you "translate" it to $\mathbb F_1$.
Jan
13
answered Are binomial coefficients $F_1$ analogs of $q$-binomial coefficients?
Jan
13
comment This inequality why can't solve it by now (Only four variables inequality)?
Do you know if there are any non-trivial equality cases?
Jan
11
comment Binomial coefficient identity
@GHfromMO, It is actually correct as it is. If you notice the $\binom{n+m}{n}$, became $\binom{n+m}{n+1}$, and that's where the ${n+1}$ in the numerator came from.
Jan
11
revised Binomial coefficient identity
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Jan
11
comment Binomial coefficient identity
@KConrad, yes, the whole point of the proof is that we are reducing to the case $m=0$. I guess I can edit this to clarify.
Jan
11
comment Binomial coefficient identity
True, but I'm also only using it whenever $m\geq 1$. :)
Jan
11
answered Binomial coefficient identity
Jan
10
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Jan
9
awarded  Enlightened
Jan
9
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
8
answered Diophantine equation with factorials
Jan
7
asked What invariants distinguish these three-folds?
Jan
4
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