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October 16th, 2015, 07:34 AM   #21
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I was hoping for a definition rather than an example. I don't want to spend time on the problem until I know what it is.
All the mathematician community use the word "trivial" solution.
And you are asking me to define it.
You do not care about the definition of the word "trivial". The only thing interesting you is "my" definition of the word "trivial" in hope to tell me " here is the solution". Tricky ways to save your ego. "I`m better than you" that is your only goal.

Lessen Charles fuck you!!!
I stop wasting my time.

You will never see me nor here or even elsewhere.
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They are worse than those who kill million people. I`m sure if those have more powers or weapons they will not hesitate to eliminate all those who think differently.

Now big fuck you Charles.
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All the mathematician community use the word "trivial" solution.
Yes, and they define it. For example, the Riemann Hypothesis asks if all the nontrivial zeros of Riemann's zeta function lie on the line Re(z) = 1/2. In this context, "trivial" means "Re(z) < 0 and Im(z) = 0".

For another example, in abstract algebra, the trivial ring is the unique (up to isomorphism) ring with one element.

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You do not care about the definition of the word "trivial".
I do care, because I'd like to solve the problem and you haven't fully defined it.
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