One of the more fascinating and unexpected discoveries of modern mathematics is the soliton.
I hope that girls reading the title have already retorted: "Why shouldn't she if she wants to!"
This note is a sequel to the article on underpromotions in chess published in the previous issue of Parabola.
In Randwick, the cats, I declare,
They number one third of a square,
If a quarter did roam,
Just a cube would stay home.
How many, at least, must be there?
Q.696 $k$ is a whole number. There is a pile of $N$ coins shared amongst $n$ brigands as follows: