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Dabbler in things.
Dec 5 |
awarded | Nice Answer |
Nov 30 |
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Ingenuity in mathematics
To complete the triviality of the situation, after your audience proposes a bunch of complex strategies, propose an alternative game whereby after "STOP" it's the last card in the deck that gets turned over. Everyone sees that this game is strategy-indifferent, and then you deliver the coup de grace... I've used this several times in math circles. Gets them every time. |
Nov 13 |
awarded | Popular Question |
Nov 10 |
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Proofs without words
Done! Thanks for the comment. |
Nov 10 |
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Proofs without words
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Nov 2 |
awarded | Nice Answer |
Nov 2 |
awarded | Nice Question |
Nov 1 |
answered | Most memorable titles |
Oct 27 |
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P-adic L functions
minor LaTeX fix |
Oct 12 |
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roots of permutations
True. My answer attempts to generalize further into equations in several variables. |
Oct 12 |
answered | roots of permutations |
Sep 30 |
awarded | Yearling |
Sep 19 |
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4-colorable graphs
It's even falser :-) In fact, there are graphs with high girth and high chromatic number. A graph with high girth looks like a tree around any vertex, so it avoids much more than just triangles. Proving that such graphs exist is perhaps even simpler than the explicit construction by Mycielski; it's basically a counting argument. |
Sep 11 |
awarded | Nice Answer |
Sep 10 |
answered | What is the easiest randomized algorithm to motivate to the layperson? |
Aug 28 |
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Does the “continuous locus” of a function have any nice properties?
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Aug 5 |
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Approaches to Riemann hypothesis using methods outside number theory
Is the "hidden operator" approach initiated by Dyson and Montgomery subsumed in the the Bost-Connes approach? en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hilbert%E2%80%93P%C3%B3lya_conjecture |
Jul 15 |
awarded | Civic Duty |
Jul 9 |
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How thick is the reciprocal of the squares
In the OEIS entry there's a comment by Frank Adams-Watters citing your paper. The first statement in the comment is "This set has zero density". Presumably this is wrong, and worth correcting? research.att.com/~njas/sequences/A108345 |
Jul 9 |
answered | Problem suggestions for polymath for undergraduates research |