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12:48 PM
@MartinSleziak Hi Martin, could you check if this answer to one of my questions (lol) is correct? math.stackexchange.com/questions/1911892/…
 
@Anoldmaninthesea. Does it matter that it is me and not somebody else?
Your post is on the mains site, you have mentioned it also here.
If you wish you can also mention it in the main chatroom. It has more users, so probably more eyes will see your message. (But you should probably read rules of that chatroom first.)
 
1:23 PM
Only now I have learned that one user can have at most 5 pending edits at the same time:
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Q: Rate limit suggested edits

Martijn PietersWe need a hard rate limit on suggested edits, to limit the damage someone can do with blasting the review queue with minor edit suggestions. Case in point: this user peppered the site with a whopping 133 tag-only edit suggestions in 2 hours and 15 minutes. That's one edit every minute on average...

 
 
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9:18 PM
BTW is there in English also a different name for this kind of equations than reciprocal equations? — Martin Sleziak Oct 20 '14 at 14:47
Commenting on your comment. Polynomials of degree $n$ such that $x^nP(1/x)=P(x)$ are often called palindromes or palindromic. I don't know how official it is. The term is kinda self-explanatory. — Jyrki Lahtonen ♦ 5 mins ago
@JyrkiLahtonen Official enough to be mentioned on Wikipedia. I did not know this terminology, thanks for letting me know. — Martin Sleziak 40 secs ago
 

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