"A mathematician, like a painter or a poet, is a maker of patterns. If his patterns are more permanent than theirs, it is because they are made with ideas."
-G.H. Hardy

"I know numbers are beautiful. If they aren't beautiful, nothing is."
- Paul Erdős

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That did it, thanks! =)
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revised The number of ways of writing a natural number as the sum of distinct elements from a finite set
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comment The number of ways of writing a natural number as the sum of distinct elements from a finite set
@ARupinski thank you, this is exactly what I was looking for. In hindsight, I should have posed this question as looking for a generating function, and I will make that edit now. If you want to submit your comment as an answer I will accept it.
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comment The number of ways of writing a natural number as the sum of distinct elements from a finite set
@Lucia: An example of something I am interested in is: "How many ways can an arbitrary number N be written as the sum of 4 perfect squares where no perfect square appears more than once in the sum?" But what I really am looking for is a generalization of this for any finite set of natural numbers. The finite part is really not so important but it happens to be the case that made me start working on this question.
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comment Manifold interpretation of Navier-Stokes equations
@marshalcraft: I used the word "fluid particle" to mean the quasi-particle associated with the velocity field. I think you are missing the point of this question, which is that if you could show that the N-S equations are the embedding of a manifold, it would create a clear strategy for showing that they do not possess smooth solutions. See Willie Wong's answer to my question here
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comment IOS Twitter Parse Login with PFLogInViewController
@SuperKevin not sure, it could also be twitter related, I have seen something like this once before and it resolved itself within a day, and still have never been able to figure out the root cause.
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comment IOS Twitter Parse Login with PFLogInViewController
I can confirm that this issue is currently also affecting the REST API as well as the android sdk
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That was it, thank you!
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