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calculating optimal gangbang party arrangements

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- n trannies - in each of r rounds, every tranny fucks k other trannies in the ass (k ~ log(n), r <= n/k) - no tranny may ever fuck the same asshole more than once (though it's fine for two trannies to fuck each other's assholes, even during the same round) How do I assign who's to fuck who in every round, if I want a gigantic gangbang instead of small soft sex in segregated groups (i.e. if the trannies were vertices and fucking another tranny an edge, I want the connectivity of the graph to be maxxed out)? Bonus points if your solution's efficient and able to cope with new trannies joining in and/or old trannies dropping out of this huge gangbang inbetween the rounds.
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>there are people who think the United States government was not heavily involved in the attacks of September 11th
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Hey /sci/. I just started undergrad research at my uni and I need a little help finding some information. My professor wants me to find some physical identifiers for liquid crystal phase transitions, and i'm having trouble finding any. I can watch the transition videos on youtube and stuff, but I have no clue what's going on. Pic kinda related I guess
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So Sci/entists, I what math and sciences do I need to be comfortable with to understand nuclear sciences?
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hey /sci/ long story short studying BioTech at uni, want to become a commentator for science... what do?
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/sci/ I recently heard about an experiment, it may have been with rats which was trying to learn how rats navigate, and it went to extreme lengths to challenge itself. Even going as far as mounting the maze on rubber, and trying to isolate every possible outcome. After several revisions it came to an interesting conclusion. Obviously my memory fails me. Do you know what it was? It was cited as an example of science at its best, not willing to accept the obvious answer when your own theory is confirmed.
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Is high frequency trading something that should actually work based on economic principles, or is it just an exploit in our technology? pic unrelated
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What are the good English speaking scientific news websites ?
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>PLoS ONE is down
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Is game theory any fun? What are some good textbooks that pay extra attention to abstractness and logic?
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I know you hate this, but can someone tell me why this isnt right?
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Hey /sci/, I'm totally stumped. I've missed some classes on account of illness and figured I could learn the material for my homework online, but nowhere is any help. This is due tomorrow and I'm too exhausted to manage this one. Any pointers? Here's what I figure so far: >F=E-TS >I know E, so the unknown function of T must be TS >no fucking clue where to go from here

Proof writing tips/critique

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Let's have a thread about proof writing (as in, the final product, assuming the proof is correct). What are some things that irk you about badly written proofs? What are some things you have found helpful in writing proofs?
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help please
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When going to a lecture, how do you go about note taking? Do you read the material beforehand at home and make your own notes and then just fill in what the lecturer says, do you first take notes in class and then straighten them out at home? I'm starting a new semester after being dead for two years so I'm trying to get ahold of good habits.
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sup /sci/ I'm an engineer. My name is choo choo Charlie. I drive choo choo trains (around the mall).
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Could someone explain why the weak force occurs and what it does? (Pic unrelated)
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>Sagan tier Quantum physics Math >God tier Normal Physics CS >Mid tier Anything else STEM Music Writing >Low tier History Philosophy Government
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Hello, /sci, mathfag here. I'm in kind of a truce. I have to choose a subject (among 18) for a project this year, and one classmate offered me to do it in duo. I have until in about three hours to make up my mind and say yes or no. Here's the problem: >have to choose either proba-related subject or algebra/functional analysis-related >classmates is only interested in the latter >proba will have me work with some big shot probabilist I already worked with >which is good since I plan on doing more proba/stat next year >but I'd like to diversify, as I'm also into algebra but sadly undertrained in it >and we're taking an important national contest this year, where algebra and functional analysis will matter more than probas What do, /sci ? ยจ Pic related, also a dilemma.
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