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Tue, 03 Sep 2013 02:24:18 +0000http://modulomathy.wordpress.com/?p=120#comment-179[…] Note also that because 9 = 32, it follows that 243 = 35 — a perfect power (base > 1 and exponent > 1). For discussion of the number of day-numbers that are perfect powers, see the answer to #64. […]
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Sat, 31 Aug 2013 02:18:03 +0000http://modulomathy.com/?p=475#comment-178[…] divisor because of there is a unique factorization of every integer into primes. (See the solution to #168 for a little more detail on how to count […]
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Wed, 28 Aug 2013 01:43:33 +0000http://modulomathy.com/?p=452#comment-177[…] 16. Similar to the solution to #236, there are at least two ways to […]
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Mon, 19 Nov 2012 03:46:03 +0000http://modulomathy.com/?p=372#comment-169[…] Beyond the trivia: The above analysis assumes that every seat has an equal probability of being occupied by a girl or a boy, independent of the other seats. As a result, each of the 1,048,576 arrangements is equally likely. The “equally represented” language is a good justification for this assumption. However, if the school population is small, then the assumption will be inaccurate. For instance, suppose there are actually just 20 students in the school, including 10 girls and 10 boys. Then the class will always have 10 of each; other arrangements are impossible. A similar caveat applied when looking at the probability that two friends were seated in the same class. […]
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Mon, 10 Sep 2012 11:18:31 +0000http://modulomathy.com/?p=369#comment-147Reblogged this on adil khan blog.
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