By Andy Rooney
Andy Rooney is a vintage chronicler of the United States and her foibles. Over greater than six a long time of intrepid reporting and stylish essays, Rooney has advised it to us directly and with out a trace of sugar coating, yet with greater than a grain of fact and humor.
Andy Rooney: 60 Years of knowledge and Wit brings jointly the simplest of greater than a half-century of labor (including long-out-of-print items from Rooney’s early years) in an unforgettable party of 1 of America’s funniest males. With decisions from his beginnings as a correspondent for The Stars and Stripes in the course of WWII to his arrival at CBS to his greater than thirty-year stint on 60 Minutes, this e-book is a must have for any Rooney fan.
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A two-line counting exercise shows that an inﬁnite rooted (≤ d)-ary tree has at most (ed)n subtrees of size n. Therefore there are at most (ed)n witness trees of order n that have C as their root label. Since each of them may occur with a probability of at most 2−nk , the expected number of witness trees of size n that can occur is bounded by (ed2−k )n . Plugging in d and summing over all possible sizes n ≥ 1, this becomes a geometric series that converges to a constant. Hence, there is at most a constant expected number of valid witness trees rooted at C.
The idea now is to choose appropriate operations and such that ρ (f, S) is large with respect to the considered function f . In 1989, Razborov  has shown that the largest lower bound which can be obtained with the approximation method using the distance measure ρ for a Boolean function in Bn is of size Ω(n2 ). The proof given in  uses the fact that all elements of the model S are given for free. Hence, the proof cannot be applied to the approximation method which uses the weak distance measure ρ .
1 Trees with All Leaves Deep, But Few Leaves Close Below Any Node We consider binary trees where every node has either two or no children. In such a binary tree we say that a leaf v is -close to a node w if w is an ancestor of v, at distance at most from v. For k and d positive integers, we call a binary tree T a (k, d)-tree if (i) every leaf has depth2 at least k − 1 and (ii) for every node u of T there are at most d leaves (k − 1)-close to u; (from (i) it follows that every leaf is (k − 1)-close to exactly k nodes).