## Flavor ideas for homemade Jello?

I'm trying to spruce up my dessert options while on a super low-carb diet, and am really into Sugar-free Jello at the moment. I would prefer to make my own so i can use a healthier sweetener than the store-bought stuff, and I'm looking for ideas of fancy flavor combination i could try outside of the classic realm of Jello flavors.
posted by PardonMyFrench on Jan 1, 2017 - 18 answers

## Need help with creating a CSV from python3 itertools.combination list

I'm working on creating combinations of colors. I have been able to do a simple "print" of the combinations and piped that to a text file, each entry on its own line. In order to facilitate further work with this, I want to create a CSV to import to spreadsheet. I have tried to use information online to create the CSV, however, I can't quite grok how iterators work and how to generate the CSV. HALP!
posted by symbioid on Dec 11, 2015 - 9 answers

What formula do I need to determine the probability that a set of size N contains two elements, each appearing with a specific frequency?
posted by Ender's Friend on Jan 4, 2015 - 16 answers

## Bar Crawl Planning + Math = Happy Drunks!

I am currently planning a bar crawl and could use some help. There are 6 groups and 6 bars. Each group will start at a different bar (Stop 1). Each group will then meet up with a different group at Stop 2, Stop 3, etc., totaling 6 stops. Each group will need to meet each other group one time. Ideally, no group would repeat a bar, ie. each group will meet each other group and hit all 6 designated bars. I've been trying to manually chart this and I'm pulling my hair out. Is there a way to figure this out with math or some other voodoo that I'm not aware of?
posted by tryniti on Jan 4, 2015 - 14 answers

## 2 problems of combinations and permutations.

How many unique ways are there to put X rocks into Y boxes? (Given two different sets of attributes for both the rocks and the boxes.)
posted by CustooFintel on Jun 4, 2014 - 18 answers

## Help me with a permutations probability problem.

I'm an answer-checker who is rusty at probability. Can you solve this problem? What is the probability that a random arrangement of the letters in the word THRUSTS will have the two T's next to each other?
posted by 23skidoo on Mar 27, 2014 - 11 answers

## Non-intuitive food combinations that work

So when I was little I was the weird kid who mixed up food in weird and non-intuitive ways that grossed out many of my peers, but many of those combinations, discovered through largely blind trial and error, turned out to work really well - What are ones that you've discovered?
posted by Blasdelb on Nov 2, 2012 - 132 answers

## Show me how to flip a coin 15 times and tell me all 32,768 possible outcomes

How do I find every possible outcome of an arbitrary length set of coin flips?
posted by mcstayinskool on Mar 22, 2012 - 8 answers

## Don't meet the same person twice (involves math ... somehow)

36 people total, meeting in groups of 6. After 5 minutes, the groups shuffle into completely new groups. How many "rounds" can we go without people meeting with someone they've already met?
posted by foggy out there now on Jul 31, 2010 - 27 answers

## unique combinations

I have a list of 6 items. I need to make a list of unique combinations where 3 items are taken from the list in any order and the 4th item is also taken from the same list but cannot be one of the 3 items already selected
posted by missmagenta on Jun 18, 2010 - 13 answers

## Two great tastes that taste terrible together

What are some terrible flavor combinations?
posted by molybdenum on May 7, 2010 - 92 answers

Help me tear-apart, clean and reset my combination lock.

## Permutations: an extension of the odd sock problem

I've annoyed myself by getting stuck attempting to work out a silly maths problem relating to permutations. It's an extension of the 'how many odd socks do I have to pull out of a drawer before I find a pair' problem. Only my theoretical sock-wearer has three legs. And a penchant for odd socks.
posted by Beautiful Screaming Lady on Sep 1, 2009 - 7 answers

## Where are custom settings stored in Word 2000?

What file are settings (created macros, custom toolbar buttons, etc.) stored in in Word 2000?
posted by roxie110 on Jan 18, 2009 - 2 answers

## Movie Treats!

What movies and treats go together?
posted by Sassyfras on Sep 19, 2008 - 45 answers

## Help me play with my image collection!

I have a large image collection that I use for illustration reference. Are there any programs (I have a mac, but could get access to a PC if there's something cool) that can play with large collections of images in unexpected ways?
posted by apetpsychic on Apr 8, 2008 - 6 answers

## Math help for the right brained

I have a math question involving combinations and sets.
posted by sonofslim on Apr 28, 2007 - 21 answers

## Website that will create combinations?

I'm working on a presentation for a public speaking class, and my chosen topic is group choice. Is there a website (or program) that I could use to generate all possible preference orderings for a specific set of preferences?
posted by almostbarefoot on Feb 12, 2007 - 3 answers

## Balls in boxes algorithm

Is there a standard ball picking algorithm? I have 10 balls that I want put in four boxes (A-D). Every box can hold zero to all balls.
posted by davar on Feb 9, 2007 - 10 answers

## Catch a cheater by the toe...

How can one cheat and predict the outcome of eenie meenie miny moe?
posted by snailer on Jan 29, 2007 - 17 answers

## Yummy yummy in my tummy

Quick & healthy food pairing suggestions?
posted by masymas on May 30, 2006 - 12 answers

## Sounding the horn for people who know something about math

Suppose there's a web form with 50 checkboxes (representing options or interests), and that checking one has no effect on any of the others. A user could select any two boxes, or a half dozen, or a different half dozen, or all 50. The only constraint on the form submission is that the user must check at least two boxes. How many possible combinations are there?
posted by Tuwa on May 13, 2006 - 17 answers

## Combinations and Permutations

Combinations and permutations are something that's starting cropping up a lot in my work and I need to rapidly elevate myself from utterly rubbish to vaguely proficient (example included).
posted by forallmankind on Apr 28, 2005 - 10 answers

Page: 1