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    Kohls coupons with one hand oh look there is another lantern oh my summer decor is going to be lit there is another lantern oh my God look this merry spring well what is the detail on this it was twelve dollars so this has already paid for the box oh my God another lantern Let's see if this one really has the price. Another lantern. I do not know why I'm obsessed with the original value, but it just makes me feel better about everything I've spent to know that it was more expensive before. you know prices, they have to have it removed, but just the fact that there is another lantern that I'm excited about that oh there are more things here now all this because i'm 39, try to follow things like that and I always finish
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android – How to make sure that the indication goes to the top of the editex and cuts the edge?

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functions – Question on cuts and branch points

Is it possible to determine branch cuts and branch points for complex functions with the help of mathematica

I'm trying to determine the brnach cuts and the branching points of this complicated function

$$ sqrt {( tanh (z) – tanh (2z)) ^ 2 + ( tanh (z) * tanh (2z) +1) ^ 2-1-2 tanh (z) ^ 2 tanh (2z) ^ 2} $$

I've tried mathematica but it's not obvious to me where are the branch cuts?
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[ Politics ] Open question: Why did Trump tax cuts not help the economic reality?

Only share repurchases from companies. .

jpeg – My scanner cuts my A3 leaving it black

but only at 2400 dpi.

I had fun with a project of analysis. Running a 16GB Mac2012 & i5 SSD.

an A3 Mustek S 2400 more capable of TADA! 2400 DPI @ A3 format
At maximum resolution, my scans are cut halfway. 🙁

ALL 2400 resolution scans are cut off. even those who are not so broad. but still A3 long.
Of course, not at the same length of data either …
Very frustrating!

Works at 300, runs at 600, 1200 and fails at 2400 …
Any thoughts some?
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[ Politics ] Open question: Are tax cuts really profitable?

Does the data not say that companies hire people only when there is a demand and not because they have more money? Anyway, most of the big companies that benefit from these tax cuts, like Amazon, Walmart and McDonald's, do not pay terrible salaries. CEOs and company executives are infamous for their sense of greed. Most of them will not go into some overseas bank accounts anyway.

Theory of complexity – Is there a FPRAS for the number of minimal cuts in the general graphics?

Provan and Ball [1] showed that the problem of counting the minimum number of cuts in st is # P-Complete. What do we know about the problem of approximating the number of small cuts? Is it possible to obtain a fully polynomial randomized approximation scheme?

[1] Provan, J. Scott and Michael O. Ball. "The complexity of counting slices and calculating the probability that a graph is connected." SIAM Journal on Computing 12.4 (1983): 777-788.

geometry – How to find the cells of a region that cuts a line?

I am looking for the quickest way to access the mesh cell (polygon) in a Region who cuts a Line In 3D. For example,

reg = BoundaryDiscretizeRegion[Ball[], PrecisionGoal -> 1,
MaxCellMeasure -> 0.1];
Graphics3D[{{Blue, Thick, Line[{{-1, -1, -1}, {0, 0, 0}}]}
Opacity[0.8], reg}, Axes -> True]

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Here is a slow and naive way:

ps = MeshPrimitives[reg, 2];
intersections =
Yes[EmptyRegion[3] =! =
RegionIntersection[#, Line[{{0, 0, 0}, {-1, -1, -1}}]], #,
Nothing]& / @ ps;
Graphics3D[{{Red, Line[{{0, 0, 0}, {-1, -1, -1}}]}, intersections},
Axes -> True]

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There must be a simple and effective way to find the cell that cuts the line, I just do not see it.

Kathy Griffin cuts the head of POTUS and Hollywood supports it, but Kevin Hart says the nasty word is about a gay person and that is too much?

Griffin was making a political joke and the snowflakes were blown up. Kevin Hart made a tasteless joke and a totally different set of snowflakes melted. Comedy is often offensive and has always been, and people must learn to laugh at what they find funny and to tolerate what they do not do.

W. Bush, for example, made a joke when he said that the French did not have a word for entrepreneur. Even though I thought this man was a terrible president, I laugh with him, not against him. People need to lighten up on both sides.

Now, here is a joke that has come to my mind: is climate change real or are the seas rising because of the melting of snowflakes that can not understand the climate? ;humor? This will surely offend someone.

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Pathfinder – How can an archer beat an enemy who cuts all his arrows in the air?

My PC is an archer – a guardian without human archetype 4 / hawkguard guardian 5 – who has taken only exploits that allow him to multiply ranged attacks and inflict more damage with attacks to distance. My PC does not even have a melee weapon.

The enemy is also at level 9 but he has taken the exploits of fighting reflexes and cutting off the air. The feats of the enemy, his attack bonus and his very high dexterity bonus mean that his attack throws with arrow cutters are on average about 7 points higher than those of my PC with its arrows. and that the number of times he can cut the arrows thrown at him exceeds the rate of fire of my PC. The enemy has several special senses, including darkvision and tremorsense.

What can my PC do to beat this guy?