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8:39 AM
Useless posts here and here, by HexagonTiling.
8:54 AM
Non-math Posts here and here, by Travis Wells.
9:15 AM
Both questions ask about specific proofs, not just "give me any proof"
@darijgrinberg I hope that's not the same as this user, which is a sockpuppet of WM.
only thanks to the answer I can guess its meaning
@darijgrinberg lloll
oh man, that post is in the "close but no cigar" category
there is an issue with page numberings that adding numbers can stretch pages, which in turn break the numbering again, which when fixed can stretch pages again etc.
and in some way this is vaguely resembling of gödel
but of course the author of that post doesn't get it
some of the latest D-pack aren't that bad questions
this one should ideally be merged, but the notations really don't match
undelete too. this is another old question with a useful answer not duplicating anything (as far as i can tell)
9:40 AM
@darijgrinberg It's a pure PSQ and not old at all (just last year). I've told you before, I don't think lazy people should be rewarded.
"last year" is before the new rules afaik
I maintain my stand against laziness, and the how-to-ask guidelines have been unchanged since 2017.
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12:33 PM
D1, D2, D3.
D4, D5, D6.
D7, D8, D9.
C1, C2, C3.
C4, C5, C6.
C7, C8, C9.
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1:35 PM
@user21820 How do you know that it is a sockpuppet of WM? Did any mod confirm it to you?
1:50 PM
Why do you care? It's not even relevant here.
(And it's well-known among mathematicians; he uses his sockpuppets to link to his nonsense.)
2:22 PM
Q: What is the largest Gaussian distributed value ever historically generated?

Daniel WilliamsI'm not sure whether this really belongs on a math forum, but ... What is the largest known Gaussian distributed value that has ever been randomly generated (using a standard normal distribution)? I know that there is no upper limit on the magnitude of a standard normal deviate, but does anyone...

3:04 PM
Q: Does the series $\sum_{n=0}^{+\infty} \sin((1+\sqrt{2})^n\pi)$ converge?

Free XI am trying the following exercise, Convergence of the series $\sum_{n=0}^{+\infty} \sin((1+\sqrt{2})^n\pi)$ I tried like the method for $\sum_{n=0}^{+\infty} \sin((2+\sqrt{3})^n\pi)$, with $u_n=\sin((1-\sqrt{2})^n\pi)$ unfortunately $(1-\sqrt{2})<0$ so I cannot use theorem for positivnes...

Abstract duplicate
3:37 PM
@user21820 Because I would be glad to know if there was any way to know this information without the help of mods so that I also can check some of my own suspicions. Is that clear?
4:30 PM
It is clearer, but I see no reason not to ask the moderators, since they have the proper information to identify sockpuppets. Though in the case of WM I already said that it is clear as day once they start linking to the same old nonsense.

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