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## Data has both text and number, I need to move to another sheet from master but only the numbers show up…I need both

I’ve used this formula =query(‘Form Responses’!1:136,”Select * Where E=’name'”) but all i get is the numerical value entered in a cell. If someone enters both a number and text the cell is blank. In the example below Pitt entered 7 VAC however the cell is blank. It has data in the master. Is there a way to pull ALL of the information in a cell even if it is a combination?

## computability – Master Theorem applicable here?

Let
$$T(n):=begin{cases} frac{2+log n}{1+text{log}n}t(lfloorfrac{n}{2}rfloor) + log ((n!)^{log n}) & text{if }n>1 \ 1 & text{if }n=1 end{cases}$$

I need to prove that $$t(n) in O(n²)$$, thus $$t(n) leq ccdot n²$$

I asked the question here and I got really great help last time, the thing is after I was shown last time that $$f(n)=log(n)cdotlog(n!)$$ is $$Theta(2cdotlog(n)cdot n) = Theta(log(n)cdot n)$$ I thought I could then use the master theorem

However since $$a=frac{2+log n}{1+log n}$$ is NOT a constant I can not use the master theorem
but I thought that I could use an upper bound for $$a$$, since $$frac{2+log n}{1+log n} < 2 quadforall n$$ and then use the master theorem for $$a=2$$, $$b=2$$. But am I allowed to use the master theorem after finding an upper bound for the non-constant $$a$$?

What would other ways be to show that $$T(n) = O(n^2)$$ ?

## Which algorithm to use ? Master Theorem

I have two algorithms for the same problem. Given an input of size n, first algorithm solves the problem by dividing it into five subproblems of size n/2, recursively solving each subproblem, and then combining the solutions in linear time. Second algorithm solves the problem by dividing the problem into nine subproblems of size n/3, recursively solving each subproblem, and then combining the solutions in O(n2) time. Express the number of operations performed by each algorithm using a recurrence relation. Solve the recurrence relations using Master Theorem. Which algorithm would you prefer ?

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## can sign derived wallet transactions with master seed phrase private key?

I would like to sign a transaction from a wallet which is derived from a seed, and sign it with master seed private key, can I sign any tx of any derived wallet address after the master seed wallet?

thanks a lot.

## html – SharePoint master page hide ribbon from readers

Good day, I try to change my html for Sharepoint master page to hide s4-ribbonrow from readers. I wrote

``````<div id="ms-designer-ribbon">

<!--MS:<SharePoint:SPSecurityTrimmedControl ID="SPSecurityTrimmedControl" runat="server" Permissions="ViewPages">-->
<style type="text/css">
#s4-ribbonrow{display:none;}
</style>
<!--ME:</SharePoint:SPSecurityTrimmedControl>-->

<!--SID:02 {Ribbon}-->

</div>

``````

But it didn’t work. The readers can view s4-ribbonrow. Maybe I do something wrong?
I saw this post What permissions should I use for my SPSecurityTrimmedControl to only give access to admins?
It didn’t help too.
Would be grateful for any help.

## postgresql – Run sql migrations on a clone of Postgres RDS then use that as master

I have been trying to figure out if there is a way to do the following scenario in `Postgres` on `Amazon RDS`:

1. Clone a production database (we have several shards across multiple regions), while keeping it in sync
2. Run some SQL queries to update the data in the clone (they are potentially risky and thus we need to do this on a separate database)
3. Run a test app instance connected to that database and do some synthetic checks and validations
4. If everything goes well, promote the clone to be master stop using old master and it’s replicas

I see there are ways to create `Read Replicas` but they aren’t quite helpful as I need to run some upgrades on the replica so it has to be writable.

So basically I need a sleeping clone that isn’t used for reads but kept in sync and I can perform some modifications on.

Is this possible using `AWS RDS`?

## The +10 damage bonus does not cascade, but it does apply to each attack.

While there are often time/speed benefits to rolling attacks in groups1 (some people like to use different colored dice), you still consider each attack separately. An 11th level fighter using Extra Attack will roll three separate D20s, evaluating hit or miss for each of them. After each hit, roll damage – any attack rolls you took the -5 penalty on get the +10 damage.

Compare the Great Weapon Master Feat’s benefit…

Before you make a melee attack with a heavy weapon that you are proficient with, you can choose to take a -5 penalty to the attack roll. If the attack hits, you add +10 to the attack’s damage.

…to a Barbarian’s Reckless Attack feature:

When you make your first attack on your turn, you can decide to attack recklessly. Doing so gives you advantage on melee weapon attack rolls using Strength during this turn(…)

Note the emphasized text in each. Great Weapon Master is a choice made on each attack, while Reckless Attack is made before the first attack and applies to the whole turn.

So, you can turn GWM on or off for each attack. Say you roll a 18 on the die, then factor in whatever bonuses (ability score, proficiency, etc.) apply alongside the -5 from Great Weapon Master… and the DM tells you missed. You know that 18 is a good roll by itself, which means that the target has a very high AC. On further attacks in the same turn, you could choose not to suffer the penalty (and not to gain the damage) to increase your chances of hitting at all.

1If you’re going to roll all the attacks ahead of time for speed’s sake, for fairness sake, you should declare if you’re using GWM or not ahead of time. That way, you’re not making a decision on information you don’t actually have.