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1. (Original post by reubenkinara)
Because, I think:
2. (Original post by reubenkinara)
Don't mention it. Though, undoubtedly one of the more seasoned mathematicians on here will find some discrepancy with what I've written!
mmm..seasoned...sorry I love food haha! oh wells its all good

(Original post by Felix Felicis)
It comes from the gamma function:

At least I think. Where are you L'art?
Sorry, I failed to understand any of that LOOL, never seen them signs haha, long story short 0!=1 I shall remember that
uhm... Where are you art?.. me lost
3. (Original post by tigerz)
mmm..seasoned...sorry I love food haha! oh wells its all good

Sorry, I failed to understand any of that LOOL, never seen them signs haha, long story short 0!=1 I shall remember that
uhm... Where are you art?.. me lost
4. (Original post by tigerz)
Sorry, I failed to understand any of that LOOL, never seen them signs haha, long story short 0!=1 I shall remember that
uhm... Where are you art?.. me lost
Don't worry, it's unlikely you will have, but if you get bored, it's called the Gamma function, have a read

And I'm referring to another TSR user - he's an amazing mathematician and in love with the beta and gamma functions. xD
5. (Original post by Felix Felicis)
It comes from the gamma function:

At least I think. Where are you L'art?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Empty_product
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Factorial#Definition

It seems to be defined rather than proven, and any 'proofs' I have come across have been shifty at best.

e.g. Where
Let n = 1 and
But the equation itself necessarily assumes that so that can actually be a factor.
6. (Original post by reubenkinara)
Thank you I will spend my Friday night reading that haha

(Original post by Felix Felicis)
Don't worry, it's unlikely you will have, but if you get bored, it's called the Gamma function, have a read

And I'm referring to another TSR user - he's an amazing mathematician and in love with the beta and gamma functions. xD
Added to the list! Oh I see

Also Joostan I redone the log question from earlier in less than 5 mins WOOP! You is a sick teacher
7. (Original post by The Polymath)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Empty_product
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Factorial#Definition

It seems to be defined rather than proven, and any 'proofs' I have come across have been shifty at best.

e.g. Where
Let n = 1 and
But the equation itself necessarily assumes that so that can actually be a factor.
True It may just be the definition Going by the definition of the number of ways we can arrange n objects, I suppose there's only 1 way you could arrange an empty set, hence 0! = 1? xD
8. (Original post by Felix Felicis)
True It may just be the definition Going by the definition of the number of ways we can arrange n objects, I suppose there's only 1 way you could arrange an empty set, hence 0! = 1? xD
That's what LotF proposed as an explanation too
9. (Original post by joostan)
...
She wants the D bro

(Original post by The Polymath)
That's what LotF proposed as an explanation too
Awesome! xD
10. (Original post by Felix Felicis)
She wants the D bro
Usually when I ask for subject help I'm trying to avoid the D.
11. (Original post by Felix Felicis)
That's what I feel anyway comparing BMO2 and STEP I, although I haven't had much experience with STEP II/III
I'm thinking if I can qualify for the IMO, these asians can train me good which should help out with STEP as well
12. (Original post by The Polymath)
Of course! Everyone knows

You need to brush up on your maths basics, bro
13. (Original post by justinawe)
I'm thinking if I can qualify for the IMO, these asians can train me good which should help out with STEP as well
A user called Mladenov on here who's come very close to qualifying for the IMO for Bulgaria says the STEP questions are very accessible for him. If you could qualify for IMO, you'd likely smash STEP. xD
14. (Original post by justinawe)
(Original post by Felix Felicis)
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Seems legitimate.
15. (Original post by justinawe)
Didn't the question ask for 4 digit numbers only?

If not, apologies for my mistake
naah it said greater than 4000 with no repeats

have you done jan 13?
16. (Original post by The Polymath)
Seems legitimate.
Reminds me of this joke. xD
17. (Original post by Felix Felicis)
A user called Mladenov on here who's come very close to qualifying for the IMO for Bulgaria says the STEP questions are very accessible for him. If you could qualify for IMO, you'd likely smash STEP. xD
I'll probably need to spend a little more time on The Proof Is Trivial thread for IMO kind of stuff, I guess

I highly doubt I'll qualify though, even if may be a little easier to do so here.
18. (Original post by FeMn)
naah it said greater than 4000 with no repeats

have you done jan 13?
Jan 13? What exactly do you mean by that?
19. (Original post by Felix Felicis)
Reminds me of this joke. xD
Sorry, but this says the opposite.
(Original post by Jkn)
x
Oh hi.
20. (Original post by justinawe)
Jan 13? What exactly do you mean by that?
the january 2013 paper aha

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