## Question: Guess what. I’m about to inherit several guns. Some rifles, a shotgun and a pistol. Liberals, how does this make you feel?

Is your hoplophobia acting up again?

Is your hoplophobia acting up again?

Many promises that the Coordinator code would be open sourced.

It was stated that when the IOTA Foundation was formed, that the COO would become open sourced.

This was also confirmed by David on reddit: “I will confirm.”…

I installed LineageOS x86 14.1 (Android 7.1.2) to a laptop (HP Pavilion 10 TS Notebook PC – e010nr), and it works just fine, except for an odd Wi-Fi issue.

After a few hours of being connected (about 4 hours), pages will lo…

For the past couple weeks I’ve been consistently having a weird issue with my 2000 Sierra 1500 4.8L when I first start it up.

The engine will start and idle fine, but when I give it gas the engine doesn’t always rev up. I ca…

I’d like to find an algorithm that can solve the following problem:

Consider 4 groups of numbers:

Group 1: [10, 100, 1000],

Group 2: [101, 15, 2000],

Group 3: [20, 1500, 100],

Group 4: [150, 3000, 13].

I need to select o…

What I need to do is to first copy a cell (or the value of the cell), then select a number of other cells (not necessarily in a continuous range), then I want to paste that cell or value into all the selected cells at once.

…

I’m trying to create this result (see the first row below):

using this data (see the selected row):

As you can see, the two vector tables have a common field, that relate themselves, the input is “gridcode” and the outp…

I’m getting some error messages that don’t make sense. Apologies, as the code is somewhat complex. Basically what I’m trying to do is solve a system of differential equations, then fill a table with values for time and ρsol21…

$f$ and $g$ are functions from $D \subseteq R^n \rightarrow{R}$ and $x_0$ is in D

Let be $f$ and $g$ be differenciable at $x_0$. Prove that the product $fg$ is differentiable at $x_0$, and $d(fg)(x_0)=f(x_0)dg(x_0)+g(x_0)df…

For $w_1,w_2,z_1,z_2\in\mathbb{C}$ with $\operatorname{Re}(w_1)>0$ and $\operatorname{Re}(w_2)>0$, define

\begin{equation*}

U(w_1,w_2;z_1,z_2):=\prod_{p}\left(1-\frac{e^{z_1}}{p^{1+w_1}}-\frac{e^{z_2}}{p^{1+w_2}}+\frac{…

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