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Professor of Computer Science; Professor of Mathematics.
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awarded  Enlightened 
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Counting subspaces
Fixed (I hope!) 4 LaTeX errors. 
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Recent progress on the busy beaver problem?
Removed extra chars around image. 
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revised 
Recent progress on the busy beaver problem?
Added Michel's paper. 
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answered  Recent progress on the busy beaver problem? 
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Maximal opening angle of a polygon from a point
@shoosh: Yes. I elaborated along the same lines as you suggest. 
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Maximal opening angle of a polygon from a point
Updated according to comments. 
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comment 
Maximal opening angle of a polygon from a point
@GerhardPaseman: You are right, I assumed the polygon is given by its vertices in order (ccw or cw), as they would be from e.g., a convex hull algorithm. If the vertices are completely unordered, $\Omega(n \log n)$ is a lowerbound (in a comparison model). 
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answered  Maximal opening angle of a polygon from a point 
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revised 
Possibility of Disconnected Subgraphs of a $k$ Connected $r$ regular Graph under a given condition
Cleaned up readability/formatting a bit (but not enough). 
2d

accepted  Transcendental distance sets 
2d

comment 
Transcendental distance sets
Thank you, especially for the link to the $\frak{c}$sized algebraically independent set of reals. 
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asked  Transcendental distance sets 
Jul 26 
awarded  Nice Answer 
Jul 25 
revised 
Computer calculations in a paper
Added excerpt from abstract. 
Jul 25 
comment 
Computer calculations in a paper
Hales has set a(n appropriately) high bar for us all. 
Jul 25 
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Computer calculations in a paper
Clarified. 
Jul 25 
revised 
Computer calculations in a paper
Added link for cited paper. 
Jul 25 
answered  Computer calculations in a paper 
Jul 25 
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Does squaring a directed random graph more than double its outdegree?
BMcK's distinction between oriented and directed. 