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reviewed | Reject How many different rectangles (in terms of area) can fit in a 20-unit-wide square? |
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Examples of common false beliefs in mathematics
@JoeHannon: Use $G_i = \{ n2^{-i} | n \in \mathbb{Z} \}$. |
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awarded | Citizen Patrol |
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27 |
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Ideas on how to prevent a department from being shut down.
The CS department in Utrecht closing? That's (very upsetting and unsettling) news to me! Can you provide a reference? |
Apr
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answered | Computer Science for Mathematicians |
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answered | How many different rectangles (in terms of area) can fit in a 20-unit-wide square? |
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What are the most misleading alternate definitions in taught mathematics?
A torsor, in other words, right? |
Jul
26 |
awarded | Editor |
Jul
26 |
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The unprecedented success of the “intersection” operator
Fixed mistake by clarifying that constructive logic is to be used. |
Jul
26 |
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The unprecedented success of the “intersection” operator
Andreas, your parenthetical addition of 'classical' is indeed right, and relevant! I've been doing functional progamming and constructive logic for far too long. I have edited my post accordingly; thank you for catching my mistake. |
Jul
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answered | The unprecedented success of the “intersection” operator |
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answered | Smallest area shape that covers all unit length curve |
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Learning Roadmap for Software Engineer
Although I find that Haskell tends to force you to un-overload the denser mathematical notations - but that can sometimes make things clearer. By the way, nice to meet you again Daev, fellow coauthor Jan of the Generic Haskell User's guide here! |
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