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@Matthew: would it still work with the "roll over" rule? or would that just make it run out?


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May 2020

A surprising fact about quadrilaterals
Interesting tautologies

Mar 2020

Log-scaled axes

Feb 2020

PhD thesis, chapter ∞
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Inverting a matrix
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Jan 2020

PhD thesis, chapter 1
Gaussian elimination
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