Appeal to Anonymous Authority
Using evidence from an unnamed 'expert', 'study' or generalized group (like 'scientists') to claim something is true.
“They say that it takes 7 years to digest chewing gum.”
-b mod N = b(N-1) mod N
Common incorrect implementation:
(−b) mod k = k − (b mod k).
abs(x–y) <= tol1
abs(x–y) <= tol2 * max(abs(x), abs(y))
Combined tolerance test:
(abs(x-y) <= tol1) || (abs(x-y) <= tol2 * max(abs(x), abs(y))
abs(x-y) <= tol1 * Max(1.0f, tol2/tol1 * max(abs(x), abs(y))
which for tol1=tol2 becomes:
abs(x-y) <= tol1 * Max(1.0f, abs(x), abs(y))
Let T be a nonempty, full binary tree.
The theorem claims that the number of nodes N, the number of leaves L, and the number of internal nodes I are related in such a way that if you know any one of them, you can determine the other two. Continue reading Full Binary Tree Theorem