co.combinatorics – Inducing irreducible $B_n times S_k$ characters to $B_{n+k}$

I know that we can induce irreducible representations of $B_n$ to $B_{n+k}$ using the Ariki-Koike branching rule.

The irreducible representations of $B_n times S_k$ are parametrised by tuples 2-partitions of $n$ and partitions of $k$.
I just haven’t found an analogue to the branching rule for the these types of subgroups.

dnd 5e – Can a character that has multiclassed as a War Domain Cleric and Blade Pact Warlock attack 3 times in a round?

Yes, you can make three attacks per turn, but it’s not that special

There aren’t really any rules to clash here. The War Priest feature requires you to take the Attack action (and a usage of the feature) to use a bonus action option, and independently Thirsting Blade (or any Extra Attack feature) modifies the original Attack action. The multiclassing rule re Extra Attack concerns features which modify the (same) Attack action, that’s not what War Priest is doing. The net result is a limited number of turns per long rest where you get a third weapon attack as a 6th level character.

But getting that isn’t particularly exceptional at 6th level, as there are a number of ways to get a bonus action attack (on top of an Attack action with two attacks) with different riders: Two weapon fighting, being a Frenzied Berserker Barbarian, arguably spiritual weapon, being a monk, Crossbow Expert, etc.

As for this being powerful, the power is really just in the War Priest feature. It gives an additional resource (it’s own uses) of quite powerful attacks (if using a two handed weapon). Just the 1st level War Cleric is a clearer demonstration of this, having two full attacks (for that same number of turns per long rest) at first level. It just happens to stack with Extra Attack features, including Thirsting Blade.

I need to run a coin toss simulation 100 times

I need to run a coin toss simulation where I toss a coin 100 times, then run this experiment 100 times while plotting my number of Heads and Tails for each time the experiment is ran. Is there anyone that can help me design a code to conduct this experiment and present a graph of the results?

javascript – Cypress function randomly times out “promise that never resolved.”

I’m overwriting the visit command to run tests on our QA environment which requires authentication. Most of the time it works fine but sometimes it fails with

cy.then() timed out after waiting 4000ms.

Your callback function returned a promise that never resolved.

My function is:

Cypress.Commands.overwrite("visit", (originalFn, url, options) => {
  // Read the auth details from accounts.json
  cy.fixture("accounts").then((account) => {
    const username = account.auth_username;
    const password = account.auth_password;

    const authenticatedOptions = {
      ...options,
      auth: { username, password },
      failOnStatusCode: false,
    };

    return originalFn(url, authenticatedOptions);
  });
});

Am I doing something wrong to make it flakey?

covid 19 – How many times do i have to be vaccinated to be able to travel to Austria?

According to the document detailing the plan put out by the Austrian ministry for Social Affairs, Health, Care, Consumer protection, it will be enough to have received the first injection, if that happened at least 22 days earlier:

Sobald die entsprechende Rechtsgrundlage geschaffen ist, werden auch geimpfte Menschen von der Testpflicht ausgenommen sein. Dies gilt ein Jahr lang ab Tag 22 nach der Erstimpfung.

By contrast, in many countries (and, possibly, to return to Germany more easily), “vaccinated” means having received all a full vaccination course (i.e. two doses for most vaccines).

differential equations – Whenevent how to use Mod multiple times

I need to use Whenevent inside NDSolve. The event is formed by Mod(t,ST1) && !Mod(t, ST2). I’ve already read the documentation and previous questions about how Whenevent manages the event trigger.
What I need is that the action happens when Mod(t, ST1) is True but not when Mod(t, ST2) is True.
Here is a simple code to represent the issue:

eqTime = {time'(t) == 1, time(0) == 0};
update = WhenEvent(Mod(t, 0.1) && !Mod(t,0.2), { a(t) -> a(t) + 0.1, Sow@a(t)}); (*Not Working*)
ic = a(0) == 0;
{sol, data} = 
  NDSolveValue({eqTime, update, ic}, a(t), {t, 0, 1}, 
    DiscreteVariables -> a(t)) // Reap;

Plot(sol, {t, t0, 1})

The output should be a step function that increases at {0.1, 0.3, 0.5, 0.7, 0.9} which should also be the list stored in data variable.

google play store – How many times I will get refund for in-app purchases for same app?

I’m doing in-app purchases for a game for myself and for my friends. I will do daily 2-3 transaction daily. But today when I purchased an item in that game it was not added to that game account. So I refunded from Playstore and it was successful.

If the same problem arises in future for same game Will I get refund form Playstore

google analytics – Number (or percentage) of sessions visiting product pages n+ times

I’m trying to come up with a metric that shows percentage of sessions visiting the product details page 3 or more times. I’ve lost days because of the issues described here. But now, at least I know where I went wrong.
I got two facts I can use:

  • All my product pages have /products/ in the url, or
  • An event labeled Product Viewed is being fired when a user visits one of those pages.

I thought about using Unique Pageviews but metric doesn’t have a meaning in aggregate I believe. So far I couldn’t come up with a solution.

PS: Pages visited doesn’t have to be unique, i.e. if a user visited ProductA, ProductB, then ProductA again, that can be counted as 3

postgresql – Why is my database 5 times larger in size than all the individual files combined?

I have 1000 csv files that have a total size of 200 MB.

When I import these files into a new database table, the final size is 1 GB.

Why is this happening, and how do I reduce the size of my database?

I’ve tried using data type constraints to the columns such as using integers instead of varchar where possible, but it doesn’t seem to reduce the size to anywhere near 200 MB.

I’m using Postgres 10.

pathfinder 1e – Air Elemental Whirlwind: Can It Damage A Creature Multiple Times?

pathfinder 1e – Air Elemental Whirlwind: Can It Damage A Creature Multiple Times? – Role-playing Games Stack Exchange

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