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I got NP problems, but P ‘aint one.
Do all the questions that can be asked, have solutions, and if so can one find those solutions efficiently and check whether they are correct? This question is summed up in the problem of P vs NP, which is a very important unsolved $1 million question in mathematics and computer science, and an answer to this problem may well have vast consequences on everyday life.
Jden Redden
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Nov 25, 2013
The Realm of True Beauty
The Realm of True Beauty
A personal epiphany made by an ex-hater of mathematics.
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Mar 3, 2014
Irrational nature of belief
Irrational nature of belief
This model is built to simulate the mechanism of believing using the binary variable for the decision about received information (true or fa
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Mar 31, 2014
How many | are here: |||||||||||||?
How many | are here: |||||||||||||?
If you can tell for sure without counting, you might not be human
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Apr 18, 2014
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