Feanor

Krakow/Oxford

Age: 25

2d
comment Find the fourier series of the function
Some context would be useful. What have you tried so far?
2d
answered Why is $x^{100} = 1 \mod 1000$ if $x < 1000$ and $\gcd (x,1000) = 1$?
Jun
25
answered Prove that $A_{100} \gt 14$ where $A_{n}=A_{n-1}+\frac{1}{A_{n-1}}$ and $A_1=1$
Jun
24
awarded Civic Duty
Jun
23
comment Is it bad form to use the word exciting in a paper, when discussing other people's results?
@GEdgar: Of course I don't. Sorry if I wasn't very explicit about it, but (as far as I can tell) one whould try to avoid praising one's own work as far as possible.
Jun
23
revised Is it bad form to use the word exciting in a paper, when discussing other people's results?
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Jun
23
answered Is it bad form to use the word exciting in a paper, when discussing other people's results?
Jun
4
comment Not especially famous, long-open problems which anyone can understand
Is there a good reason to suspect such a formula exists? It could equally be that the simplest description of $T(n)$ is the one just given.
Jun
2
awarded Yearling
Jun
2
awarded Yearling
Jun
1
awarded Good Question
May
31
awarded Popular Question
May
30
awarded Nice Question
May
30
accepted How generous should I be with citations?
May
30
comment How generous should I be with citations?
Thanks! Erring on the side of inclusion was in fact my first instinct - just wanted to confirm it's not a bad practice to do it.
May
30
asked How generous should I be with citations?
May
28
awarded Notable Question
May
13
answered Question regarding the status of Erdős' conjectures
May
13
comment A trigonometric product
(At least now Wolfram says it's true)
May
13
comment A trigonometric product
@PranavArora: Yes, sorry! Now it should be correct, though.
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