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@Peter I honestly have no idea what I have done to offend you, but these continued cryptic comments are not productive. If your don't want to participate, don't. If you want to participate, please do. There is no reason to preface every comment with aggrievement.
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[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Bad keyword with email in answer (85): What is a Protofield Operator? ✏️‭ by stefan samociuk‭ on `math.SE`

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May this be closed for lack of context & attempt? math.stackexchange.com/questions/4937121/…
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@Sahaj I would be inclined to close it, yes. I would suggest that, in future, if you think that something lacks context, you should not answer.
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Will keep that in mind. Cheers

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^^^ was flagged also but, alas, passed a review by 3 to 2 vote. Apparently roboreviewers don't bother to read comments.
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In the Collatz Conjecture, it can be easily demonstrated that the operation 'n/2' is equal to or greater than the '3n+1' operation applied to a number. I have proven that for all integers, the 'n/2' function is greater than (not equal to or greater than) '3n+1'. This implies that some odd numbers...

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I don't think that this is a very apt answer to the question, and I suspect (but cannot prove) that it is LLM. Answer to: Is central limit theorem applicable to Poisson distributed samples multipled with different coefficients‭ - Rajat Sharma‭ 2024-06-24 12:45:54Z
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My previous question was unclear, leading to its closure. I have now rephrased my question for clarity. In the Collatz Conjecture, we know that after applying the 'n/2' function and the '3n+1' operation to a number N, it eventually reaches '1' (at least integers we can test). For instance, consid...

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