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The poster’s anonymity doesn’t invalidate the solution for the mathematicians.“What’s beautiful about mathematics is that it’s a proof that starts with your hypothesis and leads to your conclusion,” Jay Pantone, a mathematician at Marquette University says.The 1993 paper suggested one part of that solution.But in 2014, Houston figured out that the math used in the 1993 problem didn’t work for sets containing more than six numbers.“You have to convince a skeptical reader that you’re correct.That doesn’t rely on your identity being known.” Pantone was that skeptical reader for the 4chan proof.This website uses cookies to enhance user navigation and to collect statistical data.

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The episodes, which feature time travel and are otherwise chronologically challenging for the viewer, originally aired in a nonlinear order.

When the series went to DVD, the episodes were rearranged, and it’s become something of an obsession for fans to rewatch the series over and over again, going through as many chronologies as possible.

A 4chan poster may have solved part of a very tricky math problem that mathematicians have been working on for at least 25 years.

The user was just trying to figure out the most efficient way to watch episodes of a nonlinear anime series, but the result has generated considerable interest from mathematicians around the world who have no way to identify the anonymous user.

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