Math Thread ITT
Simplify P(n, k)P(n - k, j) where n, k, and j are integers such that (k <= n) and (j <= n - k)
Answer: P(n, k + j)
was answering this then i realizde i dont owe you shit
My answer is correct though right
Any math geniuses want to tutor me
I avoided math as much as I could throughout college, but now at the end I am most involved in the more math-like field of my major. Funny how it happens.
Still aint trying to do some math math though fuck that shit
I didn't buy the solutions book help
it isnt on library genesis?
Can you speedrun math
this is nt ser iour so fuc kyo upi ece ofs hit
Factorials are a trip
I got the answer
It was the wrong answer
That's just life.
Still don't know the answer
Earlier today I got an achievement for getting a level 25 question correct on the first try that was nice