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2016-08-26 Entomology (Study of Bugs) - Large Pollen Foraging Insect:

Hi Bill    You did not include a photo but from your description none is needed. You have described perfectly the Hummingbird moth. It is one of the Hawk moths from the Genus Hemaris. I suspect this may

2016-08-26 Entomology (Study of Bugs) - Bug ID - mites?:

Hi, Maria:    Thanks to the images you sent, I can tell you exactly what they are....    These are lace bugs in the family Tingidae, genus Corythucha.  Here is more:    http://bugguide.net/node/view/17261

2016-08-26 Entomology (Study of Bugs) - Can you identify this bug?:

Hi M   It is difficult to be sure because I cannot see much detail but this looks very much like a Hairy Fungus Beetle (Genus Typhaea) You would find them around farms and fields where they feed on grains

2016-08-26 Electronics - Binary Image as strong password.:

Latest writings on password design indicates that six to eight alpha numeric characters properly chosen can provide sufficient protection so long as at least one character is an upper case alpha.     You

2016-08-25 Advanced Math - Composition of Functions:

Defining h(x) = 1+x is a good start.     Now we want to end up with f(x) = 1/(x+1) which would be f(x) = 1/h(x). This would define the function g by g⚬h = 1/h.    When I work with compositions of

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